Sunil Gavaskar reacted to the Indian think-tank after R Ashwin was excluded from the WTC final match against Australia.
Sunil Gavaskar, the legendary cricketer and former Indian captain, has slammed the Indian think-tank after they chose Umesh Jadav to be the senior pacer in the ICC World Test Championship Final against Australia following the victory of Steve Smith and Travis Head on the first day.
Team India, led by Rohit Sharma, made a bold move in fielding a team at The Oval without Ravichandran Ashwin. The epic rivalry between Pat Cummins, and his team, is back.
The second edition of WTC saw Australia visit India to compete for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, which was highly anticipated. Ashwin, the No. Ashwin, who is the No.
Stumps Day 1: India’s Presentation. Gavaskar, the batsman and ex-Indian skipper, repeated the same opinions when he criticized Rohit and Co. because they were seated above Ashwin at the highest point contest.
Gavaskar, the former Indian captain, criticized senior pacer Umesh in an interview with Star Sports. Who failed to make an impact after Ashwin was replaced in the Indian XI to face Australia.
It was a mistake for India to exclude Ravi Ashwin. He is currently ranked No. He is the No. You don’t even look at the pitch for players like him.
The World Test Championship final is the reason you don’t choose the best Test cricketer.
I cannot understand this choice. I would have chosen him over Umesh Jadav. Gavaskar asked, “Who was out of rhythm and watching out of time?”
The Indian think-tank also ignored the senior allrounder Ashwin during India’s tour to England because he didn’t play in any of four Test matches played against the Three Lions.
Ashwin has been the most successful spinner in Test cricket against batters who bat left-handed. The seasoned spinner has defeated left-handed batsmen more than 229 time in the longest format.