New Delhi: Ravichandran Ashwin, the senior spinner of the Indian cricket team, has made a tremendous impact in the County Championship. In the first innings, he took just one wicket for 99 runs in 43 overs, but in the second innings he scattered the batting line-up of Somerset like a pack of cards.
Ashwin played for Surrey
In this match, Somerset made a big score of 429 while batting first, in response, the entire team of Surrey was all out for 240 runs. In this way Somerset got a lead of 189 runs on the basis of first innings.
Ravichandran Ashwin with Mark Stoneman (Photo-Twitter/@surreycricket)
Jamai Dhak in the second innings
When Somerset came out to bat again, Ravichandran Ashwin bowled the opening bowling for Surrey in the second innings and first dismissed Steven Davies on a personal score of 7 runs.
— Surrey Cricket (@surreycricket) July 14, 2021
Pavilion sent to more than half the team
Ravichandran Ashwin did not stop here, he kept attacking the batsmen one after the other. He sent 6 batsmen back to the pavilion for just 27 runs in this innings. Due to his very dangerous batting, the entire team of Somerrest was all out for just 69 runs. Surrey scored 106 runs in the second innings for the loss of 4 wickets, after which the match was drawn.
County game Ashwin’s best spell
This is Ravichandran Ashwin’s best spell (6/27) in the county game. Also in the County Championship, this India spinner has completed ‘5 wicket hall’ 7 times so far. Earlier, he has done this charisma while playing for Worcestershire 2 times and Nottinghamshire team 4 times.