The broadcasters displayed some images of Dravid of the 1999 World Cup where he was the leading run scorer (461) with three fifties and two hundreds.
Upon seeing the iconic images, the dressing room erupted in joy, breaking into applause for their coach, causing a noticeable blush to spread across Dravid’s face.
Dravid graciously acknowledged the applause, even evoking laughter from commentator Harsha Bhogle.
Talking about the match, Shreyas Iyer and KL Rahul hit attacking centuries to power India to a mammoth 410-4 after electing to bat first
Iyer smashed an unbeaten 128 off 94 balls for his first World Cup ton in a match where all the top-five Indian batsmen went past the fifty mark on a batting-friendly pitch.
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He raised his hundred — his fourth in ODI cricket — off 84 balls and put on 208 runs with Rahul, who hit 102, to flay the opposition attack.
Bengaluru-born Rahul reached his ton with two sixes for the fastest Indian hundred in World Cups in 62 balls to raise the noise at his home ground.