India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin loved some gully cricket with younger boys within the streets of Chennai. Ashwin additionally bowled a number of balls to them. He was named in India’s squad for the T20I collection in opposition to Australia.
Ravichandran Ashwin performed gully cricket within the streets of Chennai. (Reuters Photo)
- Ravichandran Ashwin mentioned that nothing can beat space cricket
- Ashwin was seen bowling a number of balls to younger boys within the streets of Chennai
- Ashwin was named in India’s squad for the 3-match T20I collection in opposition to Australia
Veteran India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin rolled his arm over within the streets of Chennai, saying nothing can beat space cricket.
Ashwin, who just lately turned 36, was seen spending a while with younger boys as he bowled a number of balls to them.
Ashwin is presently on nationwide obligation as India are enjoying a three-match T20I collection in opposition to Australia. The Rohit Sharma-led facet suffered a four-wicket defeat by the hands of Australia within the first T20I at Mohali on September 20.
India posted an imposing complete of 208/6 because of Hardik Pandya’s quickfire knock of 71 not out off 30 balls, Suryakumar Yadav (46 off 25) and KL Rahul (55 off 35).
In reply, India obtained an early breakthrough as Axar Patel eliminated Australia captain Aaron Finch (22). However, the opposite opener Cameron Green and No.3 Steve Smith rebuilt the innings with their 70-run stand, which put India below strain. Axar obtained the much-needed aid for India as he despatched again Green, who was dropped twice by Axar and KL Rahul.
Umesh Yadav removed Steve Smith and Glenn Maxwell within the twelfth over. However, the incoming Matthew Wade took the sport deep to maintain the hopes of Australia alive.
Wade smashed three back-to-back boundaries off the bowling of Bhuvneshwar Kumar within the penultimate over earlier than Pat Cummins took Australia dwelling with a 4. India will subsequent meet Australia on September 23 in Nagpur.
India captain Rohit Sharma mentioned that his bowlers did not bowl properly and poor fielding price the match.
“I don’t think we bowled that well. 200 is a good score to defend and at the same time we didn’t take our chances on the field. That’s about it. I think we batted brilliantly to get to that score. It was a great game for us to understand where we went wrong and what we can do better in the next game,” Rohit mentioned.
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