Ravichandran Ashwin blew away, took 2 wickets in a single over, watch video

Ravichandran Ashwin

Ravichandran Ashwin: India and Australia (IND vs OFF) Team India’s star off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has once again created panic in the second Test match being played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. He has given 2 shocks to the Australian team in a single over. In this match, from the very first day, Team India was craving for wickets. In such a situation, he ended the drought of wickets for the team. Australia has scored 385 runs in 134 overs losing 6 wickets till the news is written on the second day of the match.

Ashwin took 2 wickets in 1 over

Australia’s innings was progressing very fast. Usman Khawaja and Cameron Green were batting brilliantly for the team by scoring centuries. Ashwin got India’s fifth success on the second ball of the 131st over. He got caught out by Green’s Bharat. In this match, Cameron Green scored 104 runs in 170 balls with 18 fours. After this, Alex Carey, who came to the crease, was dismissed by Ashwin on the score of zero on the last ball of the over.

Ravichandran Ashwin Video

In this match, Australia won the toss on the first day and batting first, at the end of the day, Australia scored 255 runs at the loss of 4 wickets in 90 overs. After which now the team has scored 270 runs while playing 10 overs. During this, Australia has not lost any wicket since morning. At the moment, centenarians Usman Khawaja and Cameron Green are batting for Australia at the crease. It is necessary for India to win this match. Because the team can make its place in the final of the World Test Championship only by winning this match.

Cameron Green has completed his half-century as soon as the second day’s play starts. So at the end of the first day, Usman Khawaja had also completed his century. At the same time, Mohammed Shami has taken the maximum 2 wickets for India.

Usman Khawaja and Travis Head started the innings for Australia. Both of them gave a great start to the team and added 61 runs in 15.3 overs for the first wicket. R Ashwin took the first wicket for India. He got caught out by Ravindra Jadeja in the 16th over of the Australian innings. Travis Head was scored 32 runs in 44 balls with 7 fours.

After this, Marnus Labushen was dismissed by Mohammed Shami in the 23rd over to bat at number three. Shami bowled the second ball of the over to Marnus Labushen on good length. Taking the edge of Labushen’s bat, he hit the wicket straight. Marnus Labushen got out after scoring just 3 runs in 20 balls.

Shami and Jadeja took wickets

After this, Steve Smith along with Khawaja took the innings forward. He scored 38 runs in 135 balls with 3 fours. Smith was bowled by Jadeja. Peter Handscomb, who came to the crease after this, could not show anything special and became the victim of Mohammed Shami after scoring 17 runs in 27 balls.

By the end of the first day’s play, Australia’s team has scored 255 runs. For Australia, Usman Khawaja is present at the crease on 114 and Cameron Green is at the crease on 58. Australia has scored 270 runs so far in the first session of the second day. During this the team has not lost any wicket.


Playing 11 of India and Australia


Rohit Sharma (Captain)
Shubman Gill
Cheteshwar Pujara
Virat Kohli
shreyas iyer
Shrikar Bharat
Ravindra Jadeja
R Ashwin
Akshar Patel
Mohammed Shami
Umesh Yadav


Usman Khawaja
travis head
marnus labuschagne
Steven Smith (c)
peter handscomb
cameron green
Alex Carey (w)
Mitchell Starc
Nathan Lyon
Todd Murphy
Matthew Kuhnman

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