When Rahul Dravid crossed the line of Team India with his bowling, he turned the match by taking 2 wickets in 6 balls.
The identity of Rahul Dravid has been a batsman with a strong technique. A batsman who used to stop the fall of wickets whenever he went to the crease. A player ready to do everything for the team. In 2003, when Team India did not get a wicketkeeper for any work and Sourav Ganguly said, Rahul Dravid himself became the keeper. He took this responsibility very seriously and did such a thing which the biggest keeper does. But do you know that once Dravid had won India with his bowling. If you do not know, then it does not matter, we will tell. Rahul Dravid bowled only 51 overs in his career of 509 matches. He last bowled in international cricket in the year 2000. After that he did not do this work.
But during this, in a match, Dravid spread the magic of his spin bowling and became the hero of India’s victory. The match that is being talked about here was played in the year 2000 between India and South Africa in Kochi. This was the first match of the five-match ODI series. Batting first, the opening pair of Gary Kirsten and Herschelle Gibbs gave the visiting team a great start. Together they put up a partnership of 235 runs. Then Sunil Joshi gave India the first success by dismissing Gibbs on a personal score of 111. After the first success, India tried to make a comeback in the match by taking quick wickets.