After the first practice session at the Eden, I developed back spasms. When physiotherapist Andrew Leipus made me see my back in the mirror, it was titled towards one side. I was in tears. But, thanks to Andrew, I played that Test. It was a monumental match because of the situation we were in—India followed on, being 274 runs behind, but went on to win by 171 runs. Rahul Dravid and I didn’t talk much during that partnership [376 for the fifth wicket in the second innings]; we just said “one more over” to each other, finished it, and said the same thing again and again. You’ve to have goals, even in challenging situations; you’ve to break them into smaller goals to achieve the bigger goal.