IND Vs WI Indian Spinner R Ashwin Took 60 Wickets Against West Indies In Test And Made 4 Centuries Know Details

R Ashwin Vs West Indies In Test: Indian team will go on West Indies tour from 12th July. The tour will begin with a Test match to be played in Dominica. A series of 2 Tests, 3 ODIs and 5 T20 International matches will be played between the two teams. At the same time, in Test cricket against West Indies, Indian spinner R Ashwin appeared in a very good rhythm. Ashwin has proved to be the call of the day for the West Indies with both the ball and the bat.

Ashwin has so far bowled in 21 innings against the West Indies, in which he has taken 60 wickets at an average of 21.8, the most among current Indian players. During this, Ashwin has taken five wicket haul (5 or more wickets in an innings) 4 times.

While batting, he has scored 4 centuries in 12 innings. Ashwin has scored 552 runs in 12 innings against the West Indies at an impressive average of 50.2, which is the most among the current Indian active players. In Ashwin, Ashwin can prove to be fatal with both ball and bat in the Test series against the West Indies.

Ashwin was sitting on the bench in the World Test Championship final

Ashwin is the number one bowler in the ICC Test rankings. The number one bowler of the Test was not included by the Indian team in the playing eleven against Australia in the final of the World Test Championship. Captain Rohit Sharma was criticized for not taking Ashwin in the playing XI.

Ashwin’s career has been like this so far

Please tell that Ashwin has played 92 Tests, 113 ODIs and 65 T20 Internationals in his international career so far. He has taken 474 wickets in Tests and scored 3129 runs in batting. At the same time, he has taken 151 wickets in ODIs and scored 707 runs in batting. Apart from this, Ashwin has taken 72 wickets in T20 Internationals at an average of 23.22 and an economy of 6.90.

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This special record is registered in the name of Mohammed Shami, he is also one step ahead of Jaspreet Bumrah

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