Aakash Chopra was slightly disappointed with the work of Ravichandran Ashwin


Aakash Chopra he has expressed his frustration Ravichandran AshwinThe best match in the Test series against South Africa.

Ashwin managed to drop just three wickets in 64.1 overs which he threw in three games against the Proteas. Two of these scalps were the last few wickets that sealed the Indian victory in the Boxing Day Test.

In a video shared on his YouTube channel, Aakash Chopra cited Ravichandran Ashwin’s failure to take wickets in the fourth innings as one of the reasons Team IndiaDefeat in the Test series with South Africa. He said:

“Ravichandran Ashwin – there were a lot of expectations from him. In my opinion, Ashwin not taking wickets, especially in the fourth innings, I think has been definitely a failure.”

A cricketer commentator pointed out that the off-spinner was not exactly equal to the bat despite batting at No. 7. Chopra described:

“Jadeja isn’t there, so he decided to play. He had to hit at number 7, then there were expectations of runs, he played well, he also made 46 runs. But other than that, goals always run – no, will he always win – no.”

Ashwin scored 89 runs in his six innings in a three-game series. 46 of those runs only knocked out once for the Wanderers.


“Then you will have to take the wickets” – Aakash Chopra in the battle of Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja

Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja often compete in the spinner & # 039;
Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja often compete on the spinner’s position alone in external tests.

Aakash Chopra said this Ravindra Jadeja will steal Ravichandran Ashwin’s march if the latter does not donate the ball to foreign countries. He explained:

“Then you have to take the wickets because there has always been a fight between Jadeja and Ashwin. If you have to choose based on the batting, then play Jaddu. If you have to choose based on bowling, their tactics have been the same.”

The result of this series re-establishing / showing / repeating is that Ashwin is not India’s No.1 spinner on the other side. Ravindra Jadeja is. #INDvsSA #SAVIND #Ashwin

While acknowledging that outdoor stadiums could not help athletes, the 44-year-old added that Ashwin failed to make an impression. Chopra said:

“I was a little disappointed. I was expecting a lot from him to do something, to give him a little more, whether it was a Johannesburg or Cape Town game. Of course, he is not a convert but not a reformer. There was no support for the ball at all.”

Aakash Chopra also criticized Ashwin for working with self-defense fields. He added that the captain could not be held responsible for the incident as the former spinner expert had to make a phone call.


Edited by Sai Krishna

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