Indian pace attack has all virtues to take on Australia: Adam Gilchrist

The current Indian pace attack is being considered as the best India have ever had as a group and Gilchrist feels that they have shown tremendous potential.
"Hard to tell (how they will fare) as they haven't been here as a group and we have to find that out. That's going to be an intriguing part of the series. Because Australian pace bowling unit has proven they are exceptional in Australian conditions,"

Currently India are the top-ranked Test side and have won seven bilateral ODI series in a row under the captaincy of Kohli. His in-your-face attitude may rub some the wrong way but it gives an edge to the side in terms of not buckling down. However, former Australia wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist believes this attitude should be followed with caution.

“If I were in his team, I wouldn’t be identical to him on the field. You have got to do whatever comes naturally to you and what you believe in. It doesn’t mean every player who doesn’t act like Virat questions him. If it’s a false bravado, at some stage it will let you down. You will get caught because you will be pretending so much that you’ll forget to play the game of cricket,”

“Aggression should come from within. Usually your personality says a lot about the way you play your game. Virat is a passionate, energetic and determined person. Clearly, his batting shows that. It reflects even in his leadership and his desire to achieve success,” ‘Gilly added.


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