Ravichandran Ashwin has many variations in store.© Delhi Capitals / Twitter
Ravichandran Ashwin is an off-spinner who loves its variations. From carrom balls to straighter ones to even leg spinners, Ashwin deliveries come in all shapes and methods. Ashwin has seen his wrist spinning with a slightly tweaked action in the past, but it looks like he mixed it into his conventional action this time, as seen in a video released by his Indian Premier League (IPL) – Delhi Capitals team. Ashwin is seen bowling a fractured leg for a Delhi Capitals batsman in the nets in the video entitled “@ ashwinravi99 and its variations getting ready for September 20th.”
– Delhi Capitals (tweeting from) (@DelhiCapitals) September 7, 2020
Ashwin was traded from Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) ahead of the IPL 2020 auctions last December. Ashwin, a veteran of 139 IPL matches, has picked up 125 wickets at an economic rate of 6.79 runs per over.
The former KXIP captain caused controversy last season when he ran Jos Buttler of Rajasthan Royals at the end of the non-forward before the ball was thrown.
Dubbed ‘Mankading’, the dismissal has been criticized by some for being against the Spirit of Cricket and Delhi Capitals head coach Ricky Ponting said in the run-up to this season that he will not allow such a practice in Delhi.
Ashwin responded by saying he had an “interesting” conversation with Ponting on the controversial topic and later revealed the content of the chat in which every time a batsman attempted to steal ground from the non-attacker, Ponting received a 10-point penalty. batting side suggested. ending, which Ponting said was “actually cheating.”
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