New Delhi: You must have often seen players arguing or arguing on the cricket field. But today we will tell you about some such fights in cricket history, when even the players who were cool on the field got angry. These include the names of players from Ravi Shastri and Sachin Tendulkar to Parthiv Patel.
Ravi Shastri was threatened with beheading by an Australian player. But once while playing two Test matches against Australia, then a player named Mike Whitney of Australia threatened to break his head while taking a run. Mike Whitney was playing as the 12th player in that match. In such a situation, Ravi Shastri said that if you had bowled well instead of threatening, there would not have been 12 players. You will be surprised to know that Mike Whitney was Australia’s fast bowler who got a chance to play only 12 Test matches in his entire career.
When Sachin got angry
The matter is of 1989 when Indian team was playing test match with Pakistan. Sachin Tendulkar was batting in that match. Sachin’s age was very young at that time, so many viewers were making fun of it. During this, Sachin hit 2 sixes in one over of spinner Mushtaq Ahmed. During this, Pakistani bowler Abdul Qadir said that if you have the guts, then show it by hitting sixes in my over. Angered by this, Sachin hit three consecutive sixes in his one over. In this way Sachin gave a befitting reply to him.
Australian cricketer clashed with Parthiv Patel
Parthiv Patel had made his place in Team India at the age of just 17. The talk is of 2004 when the Sydney match Test match was going on with Australia and India. This was the last match of Australian cricketer Steve Waugh. Australia’s team was on the verge of losing this match, but Steve Waugh was trying to save the team from defeat. Meanwhile, Parthiv Patel said from behind the wicket "Come on Steve, show it off with a sweep shot before retiring." He got angry on this and said when you were in the cradle, I was playing cricket. Hearing this, Parthiv Patel became calm.