The 21-year-old captioned the adorable picture and wrote, “Love is a four-legged word. World, meet Gabba!”
Washington Sundar and Jonny Bairstow engaged in a heated exchange during the first T20I between India and England in Ahmedabad.
Umpire Nitin Menon had to intervene to cool off the situation in the first T20I between India and England.
Washington has an impressive economy rate of less than 7 per over (6.95) in 26 games for the country.
Sundar, who was kept in the side over chinaman Kuldeep Yadav as he provided another batting option, had to walk back on 96* in the final Test against England/
For Shastri, Washington's innings of 96, coming in at 153 for 6 was a better effort than his 85 not out in Chennai.
Washington should start batting in the top four for Tamil Nadu across formats, suggested Shastri.
Washington Sundar's father said that he is "really disappointed" in Indian tailenders, adding that the England bowlers weren't "lethal at all" during the closing stages of the innings.
Sundar stuck in the middle with Axar Patel as the two all-rounders stitched a century partnership to heap misery on England bowlers.
India lost two more wickets in the middle session to reach 153 for six in their first innings on the second day of the fourth and final Test against England here on Friday. After Ajinkya Rahane got out for 27, Rohit Sharma (49) and Ravichandran Ashwin (13) departed in the post-lunch session.
Pant cracked a 118-ball 101 studded with 13 hits to the fence and two sixes to anchor India's innings after a 144-ball 49 by opener Rohit Sharma at the top.
Axar, who has a ton and 13 half-centuries in First-class cricket, is likely to get a chance to flaunt his batting side when India line up against England at the same venue for the fourth and final Test of the series.
Washington Sundar will get stiff competition from wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav for the third spinner's slot for the 2nd Test against England in Chennai, which starts February 13.
Gavaskar still feels Washington won't be dropped for the second Test as he shone with the bat as he scored his second Test fifty in as many games.
Sundar, who came out to bat with Indian reeling at 192/5, added 145 runs to India's total with the tailenders, including a valuable 80-run stand for the seventh wicket with R Ashwin (31 off 91).
India's Washington Sundar joined former Indian cricketers Sourav Ganguly, Arun Lal and Suresh Raina in a unique list with a half-century against England in Chennai.
The first two Tests will be held at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai while the next two will be held in Ahmedabad.
India have picked off-spinner Washington Sundar (one Test), left-arm spinner Axar Patel (no Test) and chinaman Kuldeep Yadav (six Tests) along with veteran off-spinner Ashwin for the first two Tests.
The 21-year-old spinner was a specialist top-order batsman during his India U-19 days but then honed his off-spin.
After picking up a three-wicket haul with the ball, Sundar went on to score maiden Test fifty at The Gabba.