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  1. Technically speaking, the third Test of the India-England series was supposed to get over on Sunday, February 28, 2021 had the two sides played until the final day of the match. However, a rather disappointing batting display by the England side in both the innings led to their sudden collapse, bringing them defeat in less than two days’ time. View this post on Instagram There exists yet another perception about the Day-Night clash at the newly inaugurated Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad according to which, the reason behind such a short, two-day international Test match was the extremely tricky pitch and its uneven bounce. Following the conclusion of the penultimate match of the series, one of the most important members of the Indian cricket team and Test 2 ‘Man of the Match’ winner Ravichandran Ashwin was questioned by an English journalist about his thoughts on the Motera pitch. The 34-year old Indian cricketer however, thought of responding to the journalist's question with a question of his own. ️ ️ "We have never complained about the pitch in the past."#TeamIndia's ace spinner @ashwinravi99 sets the record straight.@Paytm #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/K2V4OvBQDn — BCCI (@BCCI) February 27, 2021 “I have a question back. What is a good cricket surface? Who defines it,” Ashwin counter-questioned the journalist. “Yes, of course. The bowler wants to win the game. The batsman needs to bat well to get runs. There’s absolutely no question about it. What makes a good surface? Who defines this? Seam on the first day and then bat well and then spin on the last two days? Come on! Who makes all these rules, we need to get over it and not talk about whatever picture you want to paint.” “If you’re asking whether it was a good Test surface, I don’t see any of the players coming from England having an issue with the surface. They want to improve; they look like they want to have a contest. Is it the players and the people who are reporting back that want their players to not compete and complain about the pitches? Because we have never done that on any of the tours,” Ashwin added. Shite https://t.co/hZTQN1OdK2 — Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) February 25, 2021 Ashwin, who has leveled up as the fifth best all-rounder in the longest format of the game, said everything along the lines of what opening batsman Rohit Sharma had said following India’s win at Chennai’s Chepauk stadium in the second Test. However, it was the way in which he responded to the question that has the fans of the Men in Blue divided in two categories - those who loved what he said and backed up his answer as completely legitimate and those who felt it was more of an escape from a tough situation. ️ ️ "We have never complained about the pitch in the past."#TeamIndia's ace spinner @ashwinravi99 sets the record straight.@Paytm #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/K2V4OvBQDn — BCCI (@BCCI) February 27, 2021i personally like Ashwin's Bold answers like i admire MSD. he clearly telling that indians not complaining about pitches while playing overseas. players need guts to play in india. spinning Land! play with skills — AB (@ImAbsarAli) February 27, 2021Omg , not once have I ever seen anyone complain when the batters gets runs on a batting pitch , whilst everyone seems to lose their minds when bowlers do well. — IRVIN (@Vakil_giri1000) February 27, 2021What is with indian players, they start getting aggressive when they don't have any answers. — Nikhil (@NykhilChopra_) February 27, 2021Absolute B.S reply. A good surface means even bounce on day one. — Shafiq Ahmad (@Akhund_Shafiq) February 27, 2021The question was "do you think that was a good Test match pitch?" Fair question, asked politely. Ash could have given his perspective without flaring up. — The Wag Post (@ManThirteenth) February 27, 2021 View the full article
  2. Keeping in mind how short the third Test between India and England was at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi stadium, the number of records being made and broken are astronomically high. While the match itself officially became the shortest Test since World War II having concluded after just 842 deliveries, there are various individual records that were made, especially for the Men in Blue. Shortest Tests in post war era ending in a result (balls) 842 Ind v Eng, Ahmedabad 2020/21 872 Aus v NZ, Wellington 1945/46 883 Eng v SA, Centurion 1999/00 893 Aus v Pak, Sharjah 2002/03 * winner denoted first + two innings forfeited#INDvENG — Cricbuzz (@cricbuzz) February 25, 2021 Amongst which, one of the most impressive records belonged to Indian Test veteran Ravichandran Ashwin, who became the second fastest cricketer in the world to reach the 400-wicket mark in 77 matches since he made his debut against the West Indies back in 2011. Only Muttiah Muralitharan has taken fewer days to achieve this feat (72 matches). View this post on Instagram The 34-year-old off-spinner took three wickets in the first innings and four in the second but his 400th wicket came in the form of England tailender Jofra Archer getting trapped for an LBW appeal in the 24th over. Ashwin would go on to remove Jack Leach six overs later for his 401st scalp. However, not everyone seemed to be impressed with the Chennai-born star’s incredible achievement. Former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh had an eyebrow-raising method of wishing Ashwin on his success in the longest format of the game. finished in 2 days Not sure if that’s good for test cricket !If @anilkumble1074 and @harbhajan_singh bowled on these kind of wickets they would be sitting on a thousand and 800 ?However congratulations to 🇮🇳 @akshar2026 what a spell! congratulations @ashwinravi99 @ImIshant — Yuvraj Singh (@YUVSTRONG12) February 25, 2021 “finished in 2 days Not sure if that’s good for test cricket !If @anilkumble1074 and @harbhajan_singh bowled on these kind of wickets they would be sitting on a thousand and 800 ?However congratulations to @akshar2026 what a spell! congratulations @ashwinravi99 @ImIshant,” Singh tweeted. Instead of acknowledging Ashwin’s career spanning nearly a decade, Singh started out by questioning the quality of the match that was played between India and England at the Motera stadium. He then oversimplified the work needed to dismiss the entire England side twice within two days by hypothesising how legendary spinners like Harbhajan Singh and Anil Kumble would have done far better provided the pitch conditions were similar. View this post on Instagram Once he had expressed his dissent with the deck, he would then go on to congratulate Axar Patel’s six-wicket haul in the first and second innings respectively, Ashwin for his 400 wickets and Ishant Sharma for becoming only the second pacer after Kapil Dev to play in 100 Test matches for India. Singh’s comment seemed to have rubbed off Ashwin fans the wrong way who did not hold back in responding to the southpaw’s tweet: Ashwin has scored more 100s than you in tests sit down 🤣 https://t.co/Cy2G8LWwDx — Rahul (@Rv__97) February 25, 2021 My respect for dhoni was already at peak of the everest. Now it's gone to outer space considering how tough it would have been to manage such salty cricketers. — Tanmay Sharma 🇮🇳 (@TanmayS26) February 25, 2021 @ashwinravi99 already has 2 100s more than you in test cricket paaji :) — Simbly Indian (@shirsh218) February 25, 2021This is such a bad taste tweet. So very disrespectful and ugly. One never says however congratulations...I think @harbhajan_singh is tweeting this on your behalf. He has done similar things in the past to keep him important. — Latika 🇮🇳 (@bhagirathi29) February 26, 2021 Ashwin has been in incredible form ever since getting a rare opportunity to play during the India-Australia Test series Down Under after Ravindra Jadeja was ruled out with a dislocated thumb. In the past couple of series, Ashwin has proven himself as a legitimate Test legend with the ball and the bat. Be it his patient partnership with Hanuma Vihari to make the Sydney match end on a draw last month, or his century along with eight wickets in the second Test against Joe Root’s men in Chennai, the all-rounder is looking to play the best cricket of his career at an age when most cricketers start to make their retirement plans. View the full article
  3. Day three of the second Test between India and England has finally come to fruition for the hosting side at the back of a struggling start as Ravichandran Ashwin hit the fifth century of his international Test career with a boundary. Joining Virat Kohli in the middle when India were 106/6, Ashwin not only managed to build a 96-run partnership with the Indian skipper and stood his ground even when his partner got dismissed off an LBW appeal thanks to a beauty by Moeen Ali. pic.twitter.com/OcAoUIRYGp — Worcestershire County Cricket Club (@WorcsCCC) February 15, 2021 Batting alongside the entire lower-middle order of the Indian lineup, Ashwin played a stormy innings regardless of whoever was there on the other side of the pitch. Shaking off the jitters thanks to some reliable batting by another Test veteran in Ishant Sharma, the Chennai-born made it into the 80’s. However, things got tense for the 34-year old when Sharma’s wicket fell and in came the very last batsman of the team in Mohammed Siraj. A 26-year old pacer making his international Test debut on home ground and just half a series worth of experience under his belt. Now, Mohammed Siraj giving a masterclass on how to bat on this pitch!! 🏽🏼🏼🏼#INDvENG #IndvsEng — Amish Tripathi (@authoramish) February 15, 2021 Visibly nervous and always on the lookout for any sort of advice he could seek from Ashwin on the other end, Siraj was required to keep defending against some great spinners of international cricket in Jack Leach and Ali. But looking at the way Siraj made one delivery after another lost all the momentum at his feet, fans became more and more invested in his innings. Every time he defended the ball, the Chepauk crowd would stand up and cheer him on. After facing 10 deliveries and having to take a surprising single to exchange strike, the huge burden on Siraj’s shoulders was finally off. Mohammed Siraj gets into the act with a huge six off Jack Leach India are 284/9, leading by 479 runs https://t.co/nrcjLuMBkX #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/v7YXLzBM9C — ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) February 15, 2021 Ashwin rushed past his 90’s and achieved his century in 134 deliveries. Siraj’s reaction to his teammate’s success beautifully captured his feeling towards the team and how he loves to play for India. A moment to cherish forever! @ashwinravi99 gets his Test in Chennai and Md. Siraj erupts in joy. The dressing room stands up to applaud.🏾 #TeamIndia #INDvENG @paytm pic.twitter.com/ykrBhsiTbl — BCCI (@BCCI) February 15, 2021 And while the fans were head over heels for Ashwin and his well-deserved century, many even congratulated the inexperienced tailender for hanging on and sticking to the crease until his partner achieved his feat. The crowd went from cheering for siraj for playing defensive shots to cheering for him for hitting sixes#SirajMohammed #ashwin#INDvsENG #siraj — Sourabh Thakur (@hanthwalathakur) February 15, 2021 Ashwin u beauty nd siraj miyaan bhai on fire....englishmen crying in the corner🤣🤣🤣 dats india 🇮🇳 for u — Atharva Pawar (@Atharva77138646) February 15, 2021 Siraj celebrated Ashwin's hundred like its his... That's how hyderabadis are they celebrated other happiness like it's theirs.. #Ashwin #INDvsENG #SirajMohammed — Sonu (@SonuSidh_) February 15, 2021 After 85.5 overs Ashwin’s masterful century led Team India’s second innings to a 286-run total before he was bowled out by Olly Stone. England now have a little more than two days’ time to attempt to chase the mammoth 481-run total in order to win the match and take a 2-0 series lead. The Men in Blue, on the other hand, must all-out the entire English roster in order to win the match and tie the series. View the full article
  4. India off-spinner and Chennai boy, Ravichandran Ashwin crossed Harbhajan Singh’s tally of amassing 265 wickets at home in Test matches after dismissing England all-rounder Ben Stokes on Day 2 of the 2nd Test. What more can you ask for on Valentines!!#INDvsENG #IndiavsEngland #Ashwin pic.twitter.com/hzS5ZV9Uoz — Karan Bhatia (@sonofsardar4) February 14, 2021 Ashwin only trails former Indian captain Anil Kumble in the elite list of leading all-time wicket takers at home in Test matches. He now has 266 wickets at home in just 45 Tests at an outstanding average of 22.64. However, what left fans in awe was Ashwin’s smart tactics and mind games he used to get the wicket of Dan Lawrence before lunch. The Indian spinner, who bowled the last over to Dan Lawrence before lunch, made the English batsman wait before throwing the final delivery. The off-spinner paused before delivering the final ball and made Lawrence wait a bit more before lunch. Lawrence tried to defend the ball but it brushed off his gloves and went into the hands of Shubman Gill for a soft dismissal. Check out the dismissal here: Lawrence gone. Ashwin on fire. England also on fire, but it’s a dumpster fire. #INDvENG #ENGvIND #Cricket pic.twitter.com/duGZamMktp — AmirCXN (@cxn_amir) February 14, 2021 Soon, fans were left in awe of the genius that Ravichandran Ashwin has become at the longest format of the game. Check out their reactions here: Last ball before Lunch: Ashwin makes Lawrence wait, and wait, and wait some more. And then pulls out in his delivery stride. But when he actually bowls -- Lawrence c Gill b Ashwin 9(52) Just pure mind games .. ENG: 39/4 | Trail by 290 runs | https://t.co/rIYzLO2AY4 #INDvENG — Cricbuzz (@cricbuzz) February 14, 2021That mind game from @ashwinravi99 #INDvENG — Thusi (@thusi_c) February 14, 2021The mind-game from #Ashwin worked. - last ball before lunch. Pauses just when he was about to deliver and makes Lawrence wait more. All part of a well rounded spinners armoury. #INDvsENG — Mayank Dayal (@mayankd9) February 14, 2021Ashwin's mind games do the trick! Lawrence gloves the last ball before lunch ️ to Gill at short-leg! 󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 3⃣9⃣/4⃣ 8⃣ wickets in the first session #PlayBold #INDvENG — Royal Challengers Bangalore (@RCBTweets) February 14, 2021Masterful by Ashwin Proper mind games. — Dennishit Pitch (@DennisCricket_) February 14, 2021The last wicket of Dan Lawrence was beautifully set-up by R Ashwin. It was something akin to the dismissal of Basit Ali by Shane Warne (& Ian Healy) in the Sydney Test in Dec 1995 off the very last ball of play on the 3rd day!#IndvEng#IndvsEng — Mohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) February 14, 2021The Chennai pitch was expected to be a turner at the start of the day, and Ashwin made the most of it by bagging five wickets on the 2nd day of the ongoing 2nd Test match between India and England. England looked shaky right from the onset and weren’t able to pose any threat whatsoever. The side were bowled out for 134 runs in the first innings with Ashwin clinching a fifer, Axar Patel and Ishant Sharma bagging a couple of wickets each and Siraj getting one wicket. India will have a lead of 195 runs as they come out to bat in the second innings of the 2nd Test. India currently trail the series 0-1. View the full article
  5. Despite the absolutely morale-shattering defeat the Indian cricket team faced during the first Test match at the Adelaide Oval, they made a heroic comeback in the Boxing Day Test, dominated the first and second innings and redeemed themselves with a sweet victory on Day 4. And while the majority of the fans of the Men in Blue are very rightfully acknowledging the brilliance of Ajinkya Rahane as the captain in red-ball cricket, Ravichandran Ashwin’s brilliance as a bowler allowed the skipper to look so much better. When your backs are up against the wall, lean back and enjoy the support of the wall!! Well done to the entire team and what a win that was🥳🥳. Special mention to Mohd Siraj and @RealShubmanGill ..@ajinkyarahane88 @cheteshwar1 @Jaspritbumrah93 @y_umesh @imjadeja pic.twitter.com/4t8IlxZFlW — Ashwin 🇮🇳 (@ashwinravi99) December 29, 2020 Over the course of the two innings, Ashwin scalped five wickets, including some of the biggest names of the Australian cricket team like Steve Smith and Marnus Labuschagne and helped build and maintain pressure on the hosts over the course of the four days. It goes without saying that the victory at the Melbourne Cricket Ground must mean a lot to each and every member of the squad who did their bit to reach the happy-ending as a unit. However, according to Prithi Ashwin, Ashwin’s wife, this victory was a lot more special. I have seen/ spoken to Ashwin after every Test he has played and after a lot of wins. But I have never seen him this happy, satisfied and light (can I say?) with a smile in his eyes in almost 10 years. https://t.co/8f0qUW489S — Prithi Ashwin (@prithinarayanan) December 29, 2020 “I have seen/ spoken to Ashwin after every Test he has played and after a lot of wins,” she wrote on Twitter. “But I have never seen him this happy, satisfied and light (can I say?) with a smile in his eyes in almost 10 years.” Ashwin’s followers and those of Team India congratulated and thanked the cricketer for his outstanding performance on the field. Not Only him..... Whole India is very Happy after many day, this win is special because we overcame all odds — SANKET (@gavade_sanket) December 29, 2020Wonderful of you ma'am for having shared this information since none can know the players better than their family members. — Prabhanjan Badami (@PABadami) December 29, 2020Satisfaction of winning vs Aussies in Australia — raghuveer (@raghuch16467) December 29, 2020It's always good to reside in Smith's mind rent free. Your man has successfully done that. Kudos to him! ️ — Priyangshu Gogoi (@PriyangshuG) December 29, 2020Yes madam ... Ashwin is one legend of this game and he has improved his bowling in the overseas tours ... hopefully he may get a chance to redeem himself in white ball too.... — rohiit rawat (@chennaikarohit) December 29, 2020 View the full article
  6. Delhi Capitals all-rounder Ravichandran Ashwin once again found his name being used in a potential ‘mankad’ case during the 2020 season of the Indian Premier League in the match against Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore. While bowling, Ashwin gave a warning to the captain of the Australian cricket team and RCB opener Aaron Finch, who had walked out of the crease before the delivery was bowled. Stopping midway his bowling routine, Ashwin stopped and called out Finch for doing so and gestured that he will not think twice before running him out if he does it again. Just moments after this episode took place on the pitch, the clever cameraman panned towards the DC dugout where head coach Ricky Ponting could be seen hiding his face with his hand and smiling coyly. Reaction from Ponting after Ashwin giving the Mankad Warning to Finch. pic.twitter.com/gYSym6PPo0 — Johns. (@CricCrazyJohns) October 5, 2020 Just days after the 2020 season began in the United Arab Emirates, Ponting was asked about Ashwin’s tendency to ‘mankad’ batsmen at InsideSport’s Face 2 Face Cricket Series show and here’s what he had said: “I am not going to ball Ashwin in the last over of the game. We have spoken about it and I have told him my expectation that I wouldn’t want him to Mankad.”Why Is Ashwin’s Mankading Such A Big Deal?The process of mankading, although completely legal according to the rulebooks of cricket, is frowned upon by many. It is believed to be against the spirit of the game. If a bowler does get bothered by the fact that the runner is moving out of the crease before the delivery, he is expected to warn the opponent in front of the umpires. Do you regret this Michael? Ashwin mankad Englishman buttler last year but didn't mankad Aussie finch today pic.twitter.com/wj7NVrctDW — Abhishek Bhattar (@ABHISHKBHATTAR) October 5, 2020 However, during the 2019 IPL season, Ashwin refused to follow this norm and had ‘mankaded’ Rajasthan Royals’ Jos Buttler at the first change he got. He faced a lot of flak from numerous players and Buttler’s England teammate James Anderson even shot a video of his shredding Ashwin’s picture in protest of this incident. Jimmy's got his shredder out again… This time, he 'shreds' Ravi Ashwin for his 'Mankad' dismissal of Jos Buttler in the IPL! Subscribe to #Tailenders on @BBCSounds : https://t.co/R2u1ldn3vs @jimmy9 | @gregjames | @felixwhite#tailendersoftheworlduniteandtakeover pic.twitter.com/XhV8WuuagA — BBC 5 Live Sport (@5liveSport) April 2, 2019 But that didn’t stop the Indian all-rounder from advocating the ‘mankad’. In fact, he has held numerous ‘Question-Answer’ sessions on Twitter during which he has constantly talked in favour of doing it again on whatever level of cricket he will play in the future. Ashwin’s Final Warning To The LeagueAfter not dismissing Finch and letting him go with the warning, Delhi Capitals went on to win the match by 59 runs. Ravinchandran Ashwin’s Twitter account was abuzz once again and the cricketer clarified things online. Let’s make it clear !! First and final warning for 2020. I am making it official and don’t blame me later on. @RickyPonting #runout #nonstriker @AaronFinch5 and I are good buddies btw. #IPL2020 — Ashwin 🇮🇳 (@ashwinravi99) October 5, 2020 “Let’s make it clear !! First and final warning for 2020. I am making it official and don’t blame me later on. @RickyPonting #runout #nonstriker @AaronFinch5 and I are good buddies btw,” he tweeted. At this point if the cricketing fraternity decides to change the name of ‘mankading’ to ‘ashwining’ it won’t be a surprise and the majority of the players would simply smile and accept this alteration. View the full article
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