Virender Sehwag shares video of T Natarajan’s ‘swagat’ in Salem after Team India’s historic win in Australia

Team India gamers have returned again house after they breached the Gabba fortress and obtained the aspect the historic 2-1 conquer Australia. Stand-in skipper Ajinkya Rahane and his boys regardless of all odds and accidents surprised the Aussies and registered their second successive Test sequence triumph Down Under. 

The fourth and deciding conflict between the 2 sides noticed Australia dropping a Test match on the Gabba in Brisbane for the primary time since 1988.

Team India’s spectacular present despatched followers in a frenzy and expectedly, Rahane’s Men in Blue obtained a grand welcome when they landed in India.

India’s pacer Thangarasu Natarajan was taken on a chariot on arrival in his village in Salem district of Tamil Nadu. The bowler arrived in Chinnappampatti village in Salem district to a rousing reception and was taken on a chariot to his house within the village with people enjoying devices.

Former India opener Virender Sehwag shared the video of the grand welcome and wrote, “Swagat nahi karoge? This is India. Here cricket is not just a game. It is so much more. Natarajan getting a grand welcome upon his arrival at his Chinnappampatti village in Salem district. What an incredible story” 


Not simply Natarajan, stand-in skipper Ajinkya Rahane, head coach Ravi Shastri, batsman Rohit Sharma, pacer Shardul Thakur, and opener Prithvi Shaw additionally reached Mumbai and obtained grand welcome on the airport. Fourth Test hero Rishabh Pant too landed in New Delhi early on Thursday morning.

Speedster Mohammed Siraj reached his house city Hyderabad and first visited the graveyard where his father is buried. His father had handed away while Siraj was in Australia. He had declined the workforce provide to go to Hyderabad to be with his household after his father’s dying.


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