Indian cricketers pose for pictures en route to Australia

Updated on: Nov 17, 2018 10:38 am IST

  • Team India departed for the all-important Australia tour on 16th November and the excitement of Indian players was quite evident as they posed for pictures before heading to this crucial tour.


    What Indian players do when their flight is delayed?

    Team India will start the Australia tour by playing the first T20I on November 21st. The team departed for this series on Friday but their flight was delayed due to unknown reasons.

    The Indian players indulged in various activities to kill their time at the airport. KL Rahul opted for a foot massage while Krunal Pandya and Manish Pandey played the popular PUBG game.

    Other Indian cricketers decided to just sit and chill before heading off to this all-important series.

    The vice-captain of India’s ODI team Rohit Sharma and wicket-keeper batsman Dinesh Karthik, on the other hand, used this time to pose for some pictures.

    While Rohit’s opening partner and left-hand batsman Shikhar Dhawan was having some quiet time with India’s frontline pace bowler Jasprit Bumrah.

    Indian cricket’s biggest superstar, at the moment, and the skipper Virat Kohli is always approached by fans who are eager to capture a moment with their favorite cricketer.


    Kuldeep Yadav Tweets a picture

    Wrist-spinner Kuldeep Yadav posed for a picture on social media and uploaded it on social media. He tweeted, ‘”Exciting challenges ahead. Off to Australia with the boys #TeamIndia.”


    Team India’s schedule for Australia tour 

    Also read: Mitchell Johnson responds to Virat Kohli’s statement ‘won’t start an altercation in AUS’. 

    Team India will take on Australia in three T20Is, four Tests and three ODIs.

    The first T20I will be played on November 21 at Brisbane while the second game will take place on November 23 at Melbourne and the third one at Sydney at November 25.

    After this, team India will play four Tests which starts from December 06. The ODI series starts from January 12 at Sydney.

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