'Are these muscles enough?', know why Craig Brathwaite showed muscle power on live TV? - Newztezz Online

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'Are these muscles enough?', know why Craig Brathwaite showed muscle power on live TV?

 


 West Indies have won the second match of  the Test series by defeating Australia by 8 runs at the Brisbane Cricket Ground . West Indies has defeated the host team on Australian soil in Test cricket after a long time of 27 years, due to which the cricket fans are jubilant over the victory of the Caribbean team. Meanwhile, captain Craig Brathwaite showed his strong arms to the world on live TV after conquering the Gaba fort. In such a situation, the question in the minds of the fans is why this happened. 

Actually, after the end of the Gabba Test, the West Indies captain has told the world that where did the motivation to win this match come from in his team? Brathwaite revealed that former Australian fast bowler Rodney Hogg has made a scathing statement on the West Indies team. Hogg had said that the West Indies team is hopeless and disappointed, which is why when West Indies won at Gabba, they responded to the critics by showing their muscles.

Brathwaite opened his heart and showed his muscles and said, 'I am very proud. I must say that we had two words that motivated us in this Test match. Rodney Hogg had said that we are hopeless and disappointed. These words spoken by him became an inspiration for us. We wanted to show the world that we are not weak. Now I want to ask him whether these muscles of ours are enough for him? We want to tell that we are not disappointed.

Let us tell you that in this very exciting match, West Indies had given a target of 216 runs to Australia in the fourth innings. There was a time when everyone thought that the host team would easily win the match, but then a storm named Shamar Joseph was seen on the field. This young bowler bowled with an injured thumb after taking a pain injection and took not one but seven wickets. Joseph was the bowler who took the last wicket of Australia and gave the match to West Indies.

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