India vs Bangladesh Live: ‘Ravichandran Ashwin Is India’s Number 1 Test Bowler’. Ravichandran Ashwin’s performance, in the opinion of former cricketer Rajkumar Sharma and Virat Kohli’s boyhood coach, is crucial to India’s chances of making it to the World Test Championship (WTC) final.
One wicket was taken in the first Test match between Bangladesh and the seasoned off-spinner at Chattogram, which is typical of his current decline. Even though Kuldeep Yadav, a fellow spinner, finished the game with an eight-wicket haul, he simply did not put enough pressure on the opposing batsmen.
Before the important Border-Gavaskar Trophy the following year, Rajkumar Sharma is counting on Ravichandran Ashwin to regain his rhythm in the second Test against Bangladesh. He made the following comments regarding Ashwin’s form in a statement to India News:
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Ravichandran Ashwin Is India’s Number 1 In Tests
“Ashwin’s bowling is a concern because I believe he is our No. 1 Test bowler. He hasn’t had much success in Bangladesh and will need to find form if we want to earn the four victories from our last five Tests to enter the final”
“The fitness of Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah is also not guaranteed, which makes it more vital for Ashwin to establish form.”
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“Axar and Kuldeep have stepped up”: Rajkumar Sharma
In Chattogram, the other two Indian spinners, Kuldeep Yadav and Axar Patel excelled, while Ashwin seemed to struggle to pick up wickets. Rajkumar Sharma was quite delighted with how Kuldeep returned to playing in tests.
“The good news is that, while Ashwin is struggling for form, other spinners such as Axar and Kuldeep have stepped up. The wording is a little different, but it’s the same idea,” Rajkumar Sharma Added.
The Sher-e-Bangla Stadium will host the second Test match between India and Bangladesh, which is slated to begin on December 22.