The Indian Head Coach Ravi Shastri place the image of former skipper Sunil Gavaskar for the Bowral Museum. He exposes the portrait in the evening of the third test match against India and Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
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ICC posts a tweet with the image of the portrait that, “Today at the SCG, the portrait of Sunil Gavaskar for the Bowral Museum was revealed in the public”.
The head coach Ravi Shastri’s video was posted by BCCI, “For me no one can equal Gavaskar, he was the best opening batsman. He has the master mind to plan successfully for the better end, nothing can distract him. In his prime he scored 13 hundred against West Indies it was a tribute to the way he was playing. After collecting all these hundreds he was named as the Mumbai Bradman. I feel it was a great respect to display the photo of him”.
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The Book “India’s 71-Year Test: The Journey to Triumph in Australia” was published by the head coach. The book contains more than 200 images which didn’t make much progress in the United States of America (USA). Later the book was bought by the former Australia test opener Wally Edwards and he donated the book to Bradman Museum.