Australian lower-order’s fightback towards the end of the opening Test at Adelaide made Indian bowlers told hard. The frustration caused by some good partnerships down the order was very much visible on the Indian players, especially Indian captain Virat Kohli. The Indian skipper vented out his frustration after Ravi Ashwin scalped the last wicket to help India win the Test match. Virat Kohli’s Pumped Up Celebration After India Won the First Test Against Australia, Watch Video.
The Indian dressing room was equally in tense mood and head coach Ravi Shastri revealed that. Shastri is known for his frank nature and the Indian coach post-match said he was kind of frustrated by the Australian tail’s fightback. However, Shastri used ‘indecent’ words to express his feelings. While explaining to Sunil Gavaskar, who was in the studio, Shastri said, “Thodi der ke liye wahan pe g**ti muh main tha.” India Registers 6th Test Win on Australian Soil, Beat Hosts by 31 Runs in the Series Opener.
Gavaskar was sitting next to other experts Michael Clarke and Mark Butcher and when they asked him to translate what Shastri said in Hindi, Gavaskar reportedly laughed it off and said, "It's a family channel, I can't translate it.”
Here’s the video:
Seems like Ravi Shastri started the party a bit too early..😂😂
"Thodi der ke liye wahan goti muh main tha" 😂😂
— Abhinav kaka (@kabhinav08) December 10, 2018
Needing 219 more runs to win with six wickets in hand, Australia on day five of the Adelaide Test came close to the target of 323 runs. Australian tail put up a spirited show and denied India an easy victory. Rishabh Pant Sledges Pat Cummins; Stump Mic Catches Indian Wicketkeeper’s Funny Comments, Watch Video.
Australia’s number eight, nine, ten and eleven batsmen jointly scored 107 runs. This included the 32-run partnership for the last wicket between Nathan Lyon and Josh Hazlewood. Hazlewood eventually fell to Ashwin while Lyon finished unbeaten on 38.