Notorious previous chief Sunil Gavaskar on Thursday introduced debutant Shreyas Iyer with his India Test cap here, proceeding with lead trainer Rahul Dravids push to restore the past custom of new participants getting the desired belonging from greats of Indian cricket. 

Iyer turned into the 302nd player to make his Test debut for the public group and before the throw against New Zealand here, it was Indias most noteworthy opener and previous captain Gavaskar, who was welcomed by Dravid to introduce the cap to an individual Mumbaikar. 

Prior, during the T20 series, Dravid had welcomed one of Indias best white-ball bowlers, Ajit Agarkar, to give Harshal Patel his public cap. 

The way of life of previous stalwarts introducing the public cap is a lot of common in Australia and debutants get their Loose Green from any semblance of Shane Warne, Imprint Waugh, Imprint Taylor or Adam Gilchrist. 

In India, some time ago ex-cricketers present were mentioned to do the distinctions yet in the beyond a couple of years, it has either been the commander or some senior player or, best case scenario, a care staff introducing the cap to debutants. 

Dravid, a result Outdated, has brought that feeling of wistfulness back as an enthusiastic Iyer listened eagerly to what Gavaskar needed to say about the substance of wearing the Test cap and how it affects a cricketer.

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