Ever since Indian bowler, Ravichandran Ashwin achieved the milestone after breaking the record of Indian Former Captain Kapil Dev. Many cricket experts have been congratulating him for the milestone on Twitter. Recently, we got a tweet from a former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif. He said that he disagreed with the Team India Captain Rohit Sharma calling Ravichandran Ashwin an “all-time great”. As you know, Team India got the victory on Sri Lanka by an innings in the first test match in Mohali. In this match, we got to see a complete team effort that led team Indian to an unforgettable victory. Let’s talk more about this.
In this match, we got to see the remarkable performance by Ravichandran Ashwin as well as Ravindra Jadeja. If we talk about the Indian Batting in the first inning, we got to see an unbeatable knock from all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja. In this match, he played the knock of 175 not-out runs. Along with it, he cannot forget the innings of Rishabh Pant’s 96 runs in this match. Apart from that, Ravichandran Ashwin has been a star performer in this match. Not only did he make runs with his bat but he took the wickets at a very crucial moment.
Ravichandran Ashwin scored a half-century in the Mohali Test match against Sri Lanka. Along with it, he took six wickets and broke the backbone of the Sri Lanka batting Line-up. In this match, Ashwin had achieved the milestone of India’s 2nd highest wicket-taker after surpassing legendary Kapil Dev. During the press conference, Indian Captain Rohit Sharman praised the performance of the Ashwin in the Match. In this conference, he said, “He is an all-time great in my eyes”. He also said that Ravi Ashwin has been playing many times for the Indian team in all formats.
However, Pakistan’s former captain Rashid Latif didn’t agree with the statement of Rohit Sharma calling Ravichandran Ashwin “He is an all-time great”.
According to the Rashid Latif statement, “Ashwin, no doubt, is a great bowler. He has brought variation to his spin bowling. Although, he has been good in his home country. But in overseas conditions, he has to do more. So, I wouldn’t agree with the Rohit Sharma Statement”.
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