The Indian team dominated the Australians at the Melbourne Cricket Ground and won the third Test by 137 runs at the Boxing Day Test. The Indian team after the match congratulated the youngest player of the Australian Archie Schille whose name was added ahead of the third Test match. Archie went on to be the 15th member of the squad. The 7-year-old was seen sitting on the bench throughout the match and even walked out for the customary handshake with the Aussies players. 7-Year-Old Aussie Leg Spinner Archie Schille Added in Tim Paine’s Squad for the Boxing Day Test at MCG.
The Indian team players and the support staff greeted the kid and Archie too like a regular captain oozed confidence as he walked around for the customary handshake. Archie’s video was shared by Cricket Australia with the caption, “Onya Archie! What a week he's had leading the Aussie team in Melbourne. And great stuff here from the Indian players and match officials after the Test match! #AUSvIND.”
Onya Archie! What a week he's had leading the Aussie team in Melbourne.
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 30, 2018
The 7-year-old leg-spinner says he can get the wicket of Virat Kohli very easily. The kid also attended the practice session of the Australians and he even went on to pose for pictures with Tim Paine and Nathan Lyon. Adam Gilchrist also hailed the moment and expressed his excitement on Twitter. “This warms my heart. Well done Australian and Indian Cricket teams. Memories for life for a little boy who has faced much adversity and now has hope and inspiration to tackle any more.”