Former Indian batting great Rahul Dravid was spotted having a long chat with left-hand batsman Matt Renshaw during the ongoing unofficial Test between India and Australia 'A' sides in Bangalore.
Renshaw, who is considered one of the best young players against spin in Australia, isn't part of the XI for the first game but, very admirably, he didn't want to let go the opportunity to be able to speak with Indian Cricket's most dependable asset and learn from him.
Rahul, as always, kindly had a word with the opposition player despite being India A head coach. The great man not just serves India, he is enriching world cricket.
There's a lot that a player can learn by spending time with the wolf who always lives for the pack.
Having finished his routine net as a sub player while the game was going on, Renshaw was seen on his way back to the Australian dressing room with Rahul alongside him and the moment was telling in many ways about the two personalities.
The picture was taken by one of the covering journalists and then shared, to everyone's liking, over the social media network Twitter with a caption, "Dravid's had a long chat with Renshaw as the subs from both teams walked back together from the nets."