Shreyas Iyer, the middle-order batsman of the Indian Cricket team recently spoke about his unique and impeccable achievement in Test cricket, where he has inflicted a run-out without having made his debut for the Indian Team in the format.
Shreyas Iyer while taking to Ravichandran Ashwin in an online YouTube interaction revelled about various of things including his gain of Captaincy for Delhi Capitals and told about his Run-Out in Test Cricket, without making any Debut.
Cricket lovers are loving the show ‘DRS with Ash’ on YouTube, Shreyas Iyer made revelations about his performances in Test and IPL 2020.
My First Priority Was To Play Test Cricket: Shreyas Iyer
Ashwin asked Shreyas Iyer about his Test aspirations, considering that the Mumbaikar has an unbelievable record in first-class cricket.
The Middle-order batsman, Shreyas Iyer acknowledged that his initial goal was to represent India in the longest format of the game and that he does have an excellent record in first-class cricket.
“Obviously. My first priority was to play Test cricket when I started playing cricket. And, my first-class record has been really amazing so far. I always played attacking cricket in domestic but, yeah, I haven’t got the opportunity.”
Iyer added that he has always played an aggressive brand of cricket at domestic level and is awaiting an opportunity to display his prowess at the Test level.
Shreyas Iyer Recalls His Run Out In Test Cricket
Shreyas Iyer recalled that he was in the national reckoning back in 2017 but could not make his debut. He revealed that he inflicted a run-out in Test cricket despite having not made his debut in the whites.
“I was there in 2017 itself. But I have got one run out. Even I didn’t make a debut. But still, I got a runout. So that’s like an achievement for me. This was against Australia in Dharamshala. You were also there. Virat had this shoulder issue and I had come as a replacement.”
Ashwin asked the Delhi Capitals skipper, Iyer, if he had been included in the Indian squad after having played a big knock in one of the practice games against the Aussies. Shreyas Iyer concurred that a double hundred against the same opposition had earned him a call-up.
“Yes, double hundred, yeah.”
Iyer ran out Steve O’Keefe as a substitute fielder in Australia’s first innings of the Dharamshala Test of 2017. The Indian team went on to win the Test match by 8 wickets and clinch the series by a 2-1 scoreline.
Iyer Made 38 of 36 balls in the final ODI against Australia and stated that he was happy that Australian ballers were coming up with a plan against him. In the post-match interview, he also acknowledged that there was a difficulty as the change of pitches has also hurdled up almost all the batsman in the line. Indians are expecting to see the Team Bloom with tremendous winning scores in upcoming matches.