T Natarajan Terms Maiden Outing With Team India As “Dream Come True Moment”

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T Natarajan finished the T20I series in Australia as the leading wicket-taker.© Instagram


India fast-bowler T Natarajan took to social media on Wednesday to thank his teammates for their fixed beef up and encouragement after India won the three-match Twenty20 International (T20I) series on Tuesday. Natarajan posted a couple of pictures and termed his maiden outing with Team India as a “dream come true moment”. “The previous couple of months have been surreal. My maiden outing with #TeamIndia and we won the T20I series. A dream come true moment made special by the champion bunch. I thank my teammates for their fixed beef up and encouragement. Thank you everyone for your love & beef up,” T Natarajan captioned the pictures on Twitter.

The previous couple of months have been surreal. My maiden outing with #TeamIndia and we won the T20I series. A dream come true moment made special by the champion bunch. I thank my teammates for their fixed beef up and encouragement. Thank you everyone for your love & beef up pic.twitter.com/o2yCP4RVU0


— Natarajan (@Natarajan_91) December 9, 2020

Natarajan made his international debut against Australia in the third One-Day International (ODI) in Canberra which India won by 13 runs. He picked up two wickets in that game in his 10-over spell. 

In the three-match T20I series, Natarajan used to be the pick of the bowlers and finished the three games as the leading wicket-taker across both sides. 

He picked up six wickets at an impressive economy rate of 6.91 in the three matches in his first T20I series. 

In the absence of frontline pacers Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami, Natarajan stepped up and delivered for the captain. 

India, having already won the series by clinching the second one T20I, missing the third game in Sydney on Tuesday. 

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Chasing 187 for the win, India fell 12 runs short despite a fighting half-century from skipper Virat Kohli. 

Both teams will now face off in a four-match Test series, beginning on December 17 in Adelaide.

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