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Several of Virat Kohli's teammates have leapt to his defence after the Indian cricket captain was dubbed "the Donald Trump of world sport" by an Australian newspaper.
Contrary to general belief that had brushed aside Australia's challenge even before they landed in India, Steve Smith's men have fought the hosts tooth and nail, ensuring that the final Test in Dharamsala, starting March 25, will decide the ultimate victor. That's one thing. That is something I experienced in Ranchi. I have no regrets about it. It went on to say that just like President Trump, Kohli chose to blame the media as a means of trying to hide the egg smeared right across his face. And Gilchrist thinks that the Aussies have done far better than many anticipated. That toughness he shows on the field, that was the way I was brought up to play by all the champions in that team I came into, that was exactly what they were like. I think the focus has shifted somewhere else which should not have happened. For me, the most pleasing thing is we have been able to take it out in the middle.
"I really played nice strokes". They have never mattered. I've faced this initially in my career, I've faced this many times before so.
Rubbishing the comparison between Kohli and the U.S President, former Australian skipper Michael Clarke expressed his hope, saying that by the end of the four-match series, everything between the two nations would be back to normal. Australia fast bowler Josh Hazlewood expects the wicket at Dharamsala to be result-oriented since the home team is desperate to win the series.More news: It's Not Clear How Many People Could Actually Work To Get Medicaid
"If not, I'm sure the guys will take it as an opportunity to still take the team ahead", he said.
(Australian media) want to write something good or bad, it's your own personal choice. Even though it was only a draw, to them it will feel very good and very positive. The physio wants to give it a little more time till I can test myself.
"I've been really impressed with Renshaw", Smith said. Before the series, there were talks that the hosts are dependent overtly on their No 4, and the team would struggle without runs from the skipper. "See they've played some really good cricket". I won't deny that.
"I'm not anxious if we are the underdogs or the favourites to be perfectly honest", Smith said. "They were scared of us, beating them in India the way they've been playing as well". That would not have been the case but for some impressive fight from Peter Handscomb and Shaun Marsh on the final day in Ranchi, where they toughed out a draw that felt like a win. That's why they went to Dubai and I think that was a great choice. You give credit where it's due, you don't take anything away from the opposition unnecessarily.