India won their eleventh back to back Test arrangement, making a record and Shane Watson had a ton of applause for the group
After India verified a record eleventh back to back home arrangement win when they took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the continuous Test arrangement against South Africa, all-rounder Shane Watson said that there was no motivation behind why the Men dressed in Blue under Virat Kohli couldn’t imitate the mastery appeared by the Australian sides under Steve Waugh and Ricky Ponting. “It will be difficult to reproduce, however there is no motivation behind why India can’t do it,” he told icc-cricket.com when inquired as to whether Kohli could lead his group to construct an authority over world cricket like the incomparable Australian sides of the ’90s and 2000’s.
The previous Australia cricketer said that the present Indian side had profundity in all divisions. “There is no uncertainty that India has the profundity in all aspects… batting, bowling and handling,” Watson said.
“The profundity in Indian cricket is unfathomably solid. It has the advantage of having somebody like a Rohit Sharma opening the batting and scoring heaps of runs,” he included.
Rohit Sharma was given the opener’s job in the South Africa arrangement. The unstable batsman intrigued promptly, scoring twin hundreds of years in the primary Test in Vizag.
Watson, who was Virat Kohli’s partner at Royal Challengers Bangalore, said that the Indian captain had worked admirably as a pioneer of the group.
“He has worked superbly with the Indian group,” Watson said. “He has been playing so well in all arrangements. Whatever he is doing well currently is absolutely working and the group is reacting to his administration.”
Kohli scored an unbeaten 254, his own best score in the longest organization of the game, in the second Test in Pune, helping India to an agreeable triumph. The success fixed the eleventh continuous Test arrangement triumph at home for India. The past record was 10 arrangement wins straight, accomplished twice by Australia – once under Steve Waugh from 1994-2001 and after that again under Ricky Ponting between 2004-2008.