“Just to see their faces and at the end of it when they realised what they’d done when I said (to them) was just like, it’s like a game changer to them.”The Australian said the team felt good to be greeted by Indian Sports Minister Vijay Goel after the match.”I think it gives them a little bit of respect about what they are doing. They’re here, they haven’t been here for so long, it’s always been about the men and today they can actually stand up and have a little bit of attention across a billion people,” he said.
“There will be a billion people sitting down and going ‘Wow, look at that. They can compete’. They’ve got to ride the emotion and hopefully they can continue that tomorrow (against Great Britain),” he added.