Farokh Engineer reviewed his sledding fight with opposition teams. It says India earned their respect. Once they started giving it back with their performances on the field.
Former India wicketkeeper-batsman Farokh Engineer. Lauded to Virat Kohli for wearing his heart on the sleeves. Also, giving it back to opposition groups. It is highlighting the way India showcased the battling soul. And then to turn things around and script a remarkable win. Over England within the 2nd Test at Lord’s earlier this month.
Farokh Engineer, speaking to SportsTak said. He was among the first ones to give it back to opposition teams and earn their respect. The 83-year-old former cricketer though urged India. Their captain, Kohli, exercise caution when getting involved in verbal volleys with the opposition.
Notably, Kohli was all fired up amid the Lord’s Test. After Jasprit Bumrah and James Anderson were included in a heated on-field fight. Kohli charged his teammates up and never shied away from giving it back. Also, to the England players including James Anderson.
India headed into Day 5 of the Lord’s Test. Also, in a spot of bother and lost their final recognized batsman Rishabh Pant early.
Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami
Moreover, a fired-up Bumrah and Shami resisted England’s charge. Also, included 89 runs for the 9th wicket that saw them extend. Their lead to 271 followings which India announced. India bowled England out for 120 interior two sessions. On the final day to seal a 151-run win and go 1-0 up. It is within the 5-match series.
“I admire Virat for that. He has been an aggressive captain. It’s good. Of course, it has to be within limits. Otherwise, the umpire or the match referee can intervene,” Engineer said.
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