WATCH- Ashwin Now Comes Up With Left Arm Spin, After Left Handed Bat

Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin is the one who has lot of variation in his bowling. Off-spin, leg-break, arm ball, carrom ball and whatnot, Ashwin has already displayed quite a few deliveries to the cricket fans. And recently during the first match of India vs Bangladesh Test series, he has shown his batting skill with the left hand during the innings break. And now a video in which Ashwin is bowling with the left hand is getting the attention of the fans.

After seeing the video of his batting with the left hand, Fans reacted hilariously over the internet. Actually fans have trolled the Indian wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant, who is currently struggling with the bat. Meanwhile, fans reacted over the video with commenting Ashwin is a better batsman than Rishabh Pant.

And now once again fans get surprised with the spinner after seeing his talent with the left arm. In the video, we can see he is bowling very nicely with the left hand too. And one can hardly spot the difference between his bowling with the left hand and right hand. Here we are sharing the video of the incident in which Ravichandran Ashwin is bowling with the left arm.

Here is the video

What Next?

Now Team India has to play their next match of the ongoing Test series against Bangladesh, starting from November 22. This match will be the will be India’s first-ever Day/Night Test match. The historical match is going to scheduled at Eden Garden in Kolkata. Team India is currently practising with Pink Ball which will be a tough task for the player as the ball is much different than Red Ball. Meanwhile, Ashwin has tried something new with the ball as he spotted with left-arm bowling skills. 

At the end of the first Test Match Ashwin said, “Obviously, it’s a challenge to play with the pink ball. The ball has a lot more lacquer. I haven’t even bowled a single ball with the pink ball. Obviously I just saw it. Sometimes I don’t understand if its orange or pink, still coming to terms with that.”

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