Aakash Chopra feels that Test bowler Ravichandran Ashwin is underappreciated despite being one of India’s most crucial match-winners.
On the third day of the first Test at Nagpur, on Saturday, February 11, Australia’s second innings, Ashwin took 5/37. The visitors lost the game by an innings and 132 runs after being dismissed for a pitiful 91.
Ashwin may be India’s second-best match-winner in the longest format, after only Anil Kumble, according to Aakash Chopra, who said this in a video.
We still don’t give Ravichandran Ashwin enough credit despite the fact that he has taken 450 wickets. The Test bowler Ravichandran Ashwin and the Test opener Rohit Sharma are comparable. one of India’s greatest all-time match-winners. According to Aakash Chopra, Ravichandran Ashwin entered the field following Kumble Sahab.
The bowler that performed best throughout the Nagpur Test was Ashwin, who claimed eight victims. In Australia’s first innings, when the pitch was most conducive to hitters, Ravindra Jadeja, who was similarly incisive and responsible for seven dismissals, amassed a five-wicket haul.