'I learned a lesson...': Pakistan Pacer recounts his surprise encounter with Rahul Dravid in Brisbane |  Cricket News

‘I learned a lesson…’: Pakistan Pacer recounts his surprise encounter with Rahul Dravid in Brisbane | Cricket News

India coach and former captain Rahul Dravid celebrated his 50th birthday on Wednesday. Dravid is the only actor to be involved in two partnerships with over 300 ODIs. He played 164 Tests, 344 ODIs and a T20I for India. The batter announced his retirement from international cricket in March 2012. He ended his career with 48 international centuries. Dravid took over the role of head coach of Team India in November 2021.

Known for his calm demeanor, Dravid has often touched people with his demeanor. This listing includes Pakistani Stimulator Shahnawaz Dahani also.

“Happy birthday to the most humble person, Sir #RahulDravid. Here is the story behind this photo. I was in a restaurant having dinner with friends in Brisbane Australia during the world cup, Sir Rahul dravid walked in in the same restaurant where he saw me, before going to find a seat for himself, he came to me and met us all with great respect and love, we all had photos with him Imagine a manager of rival team and cricket wall sir Rahul dravid comes to say hello to you and your That day i learned a lesson “Humility is the key to success “#RahulDravid,” Shahnawaz Dahani wrote in a tweet.

Dravid recently said that the Indian squad is in a rebuilding phase as the ‘next round of T20 (World Cup)’ has begun. He added that the youngsters will be treated patiently and will continue to have the support of the team management.

“For us it was a slightly different scenario (in the T20I series against Sri Lanka) in the sense that since the last game we played against England in the semi-finals of the World Cup, we haven’t Probably only have 3-4 boys in the XI play (now),” he said.

“So we’re at a slightly different stage to look at the next round of (the) T20 (World Cup). So a slightly younger squad.”

As the focus shifts to the 50+ World Cup in India, Dravid thinks now is the right time to give as many opportunities as possible to the youngsters in the T20s,” he said.

“The good thing is that this year we have the World Cup (50). Because the focus will be on the World Cup 50 and the World Test Championship, at least the T20 matches we have , it probably gives us the opportunity to try a lot of young people.”

With ANI inputs

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