Australian cricketer Marcus Stoinis has confessed that the Indian players who do not even make the playing XI are far more talented than him. “India is the most talented team in the world. Hands down. The players not playing are way more talented than me,” Stoinis mentioned within the just lately launched documentary on the Australian team.
India after taking the early 2-zero lead within the collection confronted three consecutive defeats and ended with the collection loss 2-3.
“I love playing in India. I love the culture – its unmatched energy. It heightens all your senses. If you can harness all that excitement, that energy there is no way you can rock up there and not be motivated to play,” Stoinis additional added.
In the identical documentary, Australian team head coach Justin Langer additionally mentioned that Indian captain Virat Kohli had acquired beneath the pores and skin of his facet throughout India’s massively profitable tour down beneath in 2018-19.
Kohli’s celebrations angered Langer however he may not be expressive about it.
“I remember that afternoon (feeling) like a punching bag. We can’t fight back because it felt like we had our hands behind our backs and we just had to take it,” Langer mentioned in Amazon’s just lately launched docu-collection titled ‘The Test’.
“You must be feeling the double standards the way their captain is carrying on and we sort of have to be careful. Imagine if we behaved two out of ten (of) that,” he mentioned.
“We were 1-0 down but I felt that day Virat was getting under our skin,” Langer added after Kohli gave a ship-off to couple of Australian batsmen within the second innings.
Langer requested his players to tackle Kohli however warned the hosts not to cross the road between banter and abuse. “There is a difference between abuse and banter. There is no room for abuse. We don’t need to abuse him but there is banter where you stick up for your mate.”