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Mohammad Kaif reveals how Harbhajan Singh helped him to clinch the NatWest trophy and final match of that series

July 20, 2020

Written By,

Payel Gosh

A week ago on July 13, denoted the eighteenth commemoration of India's notorious 2002 Natwest Trophy win. Sourav Ganguly and his unit secured the Natwest Trophy in the exciting experience, with Mohammad Kaif and Yuvraj Singh developing as the engineers of India's triumph.

Kaif played a splendid unbeaten thump of 87 while Yuvraj upheld him by social occasion 69. Both the adolescents directed the side to a success and the world saw a vivified Ganguly waving his shirt in the Lord's overhang to stamp India's resurgence.

Britain, on the rear of hundreds of years from skipper Nasser Hussain and Marcus Trescothick, had posted a difficult 326-run all out on the board. It was resembling a laborious assignment for the Men dressed in Blue, particularly after they lost five wickets for 146. Nonetheless, Yuvraj and Kaif sewed a game dominating organization of hundred or more runs.

Kaif stuck at the wrinkle until the end however Yuvraj, in the wake of scoring 69, was excused by Paul Collingwood in the 42nd over. Post Yuvraj's takeoff, Harbhajan played a fundamental 15-run appearance and furthermore guided Kaif in the center. Kaif, who played a couple of rash shots, was reminded by 'Bhajji' that there was no compelling reason to play in such a manner as the circumstance seemed to be 'run a ball' one.

Kaif told Harbhajan to play his game

At that point, unexpectedly, Yuvraj fell. Kaif was in stun; presently he needed to do it with the tailenders yet had no involvement with managing them. Kaif was telling the fans.

He recollected that he pulled a six off Ronnie Irani – again not so much the length for it however he just responded. Kaif advised Harbhajan to play his game as he would not like to befuddle anybody. However, it was Bajji who helped me at a significant second. Bhaji let him know, Kya kar raha hai, what's happening with you? Run-a-ball currently, take a gander at the scorecard. Kaif thought, indeed, he is correct. He simply expected to watch the ball, play the ball, Kaif had further expressed.

Kaif likewise reviewed his feelings during the run pursue. The right-hander was uncertain of the victory until the end yet the third chunk of the 50th over did the stunt for India. Zaheer and Kaif ran two runs and the Sourav Ganguly-drove side enlisted a famous two-wicket triumph.

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Written By,

Payel Gosh