Ravichandran Ashwin has been better with the ball and the bat in World T20 Cup
Ravichandran Ashwin in T20 world cup: Except for the game against the Netherlands. Ashwin’s performance may be viewed as about average with the ball. But at the current ICC men’s T20 World Cup in Australia. He has exhibited an admirably cool demeanor with the bat. The 36-year-old fierce off-spinner/lower-order hitter from Tamil Nadu. He has been given credit for the most talked-about “leave” down the leg side in this competition. Ashwin showed great foresight by not attempting to swat.
Ashwin’s decision to overlook that ball resulted in a critical wide run for the Indian team. When tying the scores of the two teams at 159 each. Following that, Ashwin hit a scoop shot with a straight bat over the in-fielders off the final ball that was legal in the match to help India defeat their archrivals by four wickets in front of over 93,000 spectators. In his previous three wicketless overs, the tall bowler, who has 71 wickets in 63 T20 Internationals since making his debut in June 2010 against Zimbabwe in Harare, allowed 23 runs.
After India vs Zimbabwe match
It is almost proved after Ashwin’s performance with the ball and took 3 wicket hauls. Also been seen performing with the bats in the past few matches of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022.Talking about the match all the departments showed their skills and clinched a comfortable win. Also, slides into the semi-finals. Talking about his performance he is consistently playing good cricket against Pakistan when India needed the crucial runs and then he lofted a shot to 4 runs and helped India to win against the Arch Rival Pakistan also took three wickets with his variation from the bowling side in spin bowling against Zimbabwe. This Win made India stand at the top of the table.
What India’s bowling coach said
Paras Mhambrey responded, “It is the other way around. In regards to Ashwin, he is the one who informs us, “This is what I’m going to do.” He just is, that’s all.” During India’s next game at the Sydney Cricket Ground against the Netherlands, Ashwin secured 2-12 to assist in limiting the opposition to 123 for 9 in response to India’s score of 179 for 2. Then, against South Africa in Perth on a fast bowler’s pitch. Ashwin had his third-worst T20I performance ever, being struck for 43 runs in four overs.
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Aiden Markram was another target for the senior spinner against South Africa, but Virat Kohli turned away the catch in the deep. In the end, against Bangladesh in the rain-affected game at the Adelaide Oval, Ashwin’s cameo of 13 not out of 6 balls, including a six and a four, proved crucial as India triumphed by five runs using the DLS technique. With a striking strike rate of little over 20.52 and an average of 23.5 runs per wicket, Ashwin has a remarkable total Economy Rate of 6.88.
After a disastrous performance with the ball 0-70/10 overs against Pakistan in the ICC Champions Trophy final. It was evident that Ashwin was neither Kohli and Ravi Shastri’s favored bowler in white ball cricket. He did play two more ODIs in the West Indies right away. Also, one solitary T20I against the Caribbean squad the following year. But he was out of the white ball cricket picture for four years before. He battled his way back into the ICC T20 World Cup in the UAE in 2021. Since mid-2016. He has only participated in two ODIs, one of which was against South Africa in 2022.