Beating India In India Will Judging Australia’s Greatness, Says The New Coach Justin Langer: Justin Langer is on Thursday naming Australia’s chief coach in all three formats as the nation’s cricket fraternity trying to overcome the festering ball tampering controversy and looking ahead to the more significant things.
Beating India In India Will Judging Australia’s Greatness, Says The New Coach Justin Langer
The 47-year-old former Australian opening batsman, who has a big calendar to cover, however, believing that beating India in India will mark Australia’s greatness as the Cricket Team.
He says addressing the media in Melbourne that the best moment of his cricketing career was to beat India in India in the year 2004.
We will judge ourselves on whether we are a great cricket team that is beating India.
I look back in my career; the Mount Everest moment was in the year 2004 when we finally beat India in India, Langer says.
We have got a World Cup, T20 World Cup, a couple of Ashes in the year 2019 and 2021 to 22.
I get nervous when I start thinking about it, cricket.com.au quoting Langer as saying.
There are some big tournaments is coming up.
We have got to get better at playing overseas, we become a great team if we win abroad and at home.
So that will be something for us to aspire. Langer adds.
Langer plays in a golden era for Australian cricket, with greats such as Shane Warne, Adam Gilchrist, Glenn McGrath and Ricky Ponting in the all-conquering team.
But he was a late bloomer at the international level, struggling for the selection until his career-defining opening partnership with Matthew Hayden began in the year 2001.
The pair became one of the most prolific opening combinations in history, seeing off the new ball in 113 Tests for a combining 5,655 runs at an average of 51.58.
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