In Australia for commentary duties during the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, former India captain Sunil Gavaskar took a trip down memory lane, remembering a couple of famous wins in Melbourne and how he still has the ball from the 1983 World Cup final.
In an interview with former Australia pacer Damien Fleming for 7 Cricket, Gavaskar spoke about the near walkout during the 1981 Melbourne Test too.
You can watch the interview here:
Gavaskar played 11 Test matches in Australia and scored 920 runs with five centuries. He was also the captain of the team that won the 1985 World Championship of Cricket.
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