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Sharma praises Ashwin’s big T20I game
Nov 23, 2021, 4:19:00 AM

Sharma praises Ashwin’s big T20I game

Ravichandran Ashwin has been a beast for the Indian side in his 2021 games. He started the year with big plays against the top squads and Rohit Sharma praised him for making an impact for the Men in Blue’s T20I side.

Most fans were pleased with the hot start he’s had this season. Despite not playing the white-ball since 2017, Ashwin is back on the starting XI and his form with the ball has been the best. This is why Sharma is pleased with the rising star’s effort in their games so far.

Sharma believes that Ashwin stands out as an attack option for the Men in Blue in their T20I games. The veteran spinner has been praised a lot and Sharma even said that there is more to come for Ashwin’s games.

‘It has been a great comeback from him. We all know that he is a quality bowler’, the Men in Blue skipper said. ‘He has proven himself with the red ball over the years and even in white-ball cricket, he doesn’t have a bad record. Now the way he has come back and bowled in the UAE and then here just shows the quality that he has’.

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Sharma also said that Ashwin can be used in many ways in T20 cricket. The key reason why Ashwin was sidelined was the fact that he can’t get that many regular wickets in the middle-overs. The veteran changed his game and has been winning the praises of fans and players.

Rohit even said that Ashwin is a good combo with Axar Patel. The duo has a lot of wickets in their games which has turned the tide for India’s games so far.

‘He is always an attacking option for a captain’, Sharma said. ‘That is the phase when you can put the breaks on the scoring rate and take wickets’.

Ashwin has a bright future in India’s games with that kind of performance. This gives the Men in Blue a lot of hope in the long run as they want to recover from their poor loss in the T20 World Cup where they made an early exit.

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Words: Paul Daniel Flores

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