Australia Test team captain Tim Paine has made a big statement about Sunil Gavaskar. Penn said that Gavaskar is free to express his opinion, but I am not impressed by his opinion. After Tim Paine’s splattery over Ravichandran Ashwin in the Sydney Test match, Gavaskar said that as the captain of the national team, it does not suit him and Penn’s days as captain are left to count. However, Tim Paine had called a press conference and apologized for the bad behavior done to Ashwin. Hanuma Vihari and Ashwin batted for three and a half hours in the Sydney Test match, avoiding the defeat of the Indian team and drew the match.
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Asked if he had heard Gavaskar’s comment, Penn said, “I heard but I don’t want to get into it.” I have no intention of a war with Sunil Gavaskar. He is free to express his opinion, but I do not mind even a little bit. ‘ He said, ’99 percent of my career has been leisurely. Only then I can perform at my best. I was impulsive in that day. I looked at the audience and realized that I am captaining the team in a Test match. I always dreamed it. I will play very competitive cricket and play it with the intention of winning.
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Asked if he would continue the sparring, Penn said, “I will show a healthy game.” I have always come to play quietly. That day was a bit lost. A little laughter is a joke, but have to be aware of the stump mic. A little more respect has to be shown to the umpires, officials and players. He also said that the unnecessary controversy of Rishabh Pant’s attempt to erase the batting guard has had no effect on Steve Smith. He said, ‘We have seen what he has faced in the last three years. He then returned to straight form and performed brilliantly in the Ashes. He is very strong mentally.