Cricbuzz Prediction:IND against BAN: All-rounder Ashwin saves India again after Richard Hadlee

After another key role in a spirited Test victory, Ashwin now sits second behind Sir Richard Hadlee with 3,000 runs and 400 wickets in 88 Test innings.

Ravichandran Ashwin added another feather to his already crowned hat as the veteran Indian cricketer became the second fastest all-rounder, scoring 3000 runs in the Test and taking over 450 wickets.

His stubborn 71-run stand between Shreyas Iyer and Ashwin saw the visitors snatch the win from the jaws of defeat, giving India a 3-wicket victory over Bangladesh and a test win in his series 2-0.

With India teetering 7-74 and chasing 145, Bangladesh rallied against its imposing neighbors before Iyer (29, not 46) and Ashwin (42, not 62) denied it with an unbeaten 71. It was on the course of a first-time Test win – run standoff 105 balls. Ashwin was also involved in a historic partnership as it was his second-highest 8 wickets for his pair of Indians in his 4th innings of the Test match his Alliance.

But lately, with Sydney and Mirpur’s bats with their backs against the wall under great pressure, Ashwin’s ever-present hitter shines brightly. Played after winning. Whenever India ran into trouble, Ashwin anchored and held one end while the other prospered.

The all-rounder is particularly fond of England and in the 2012-21 season he scored 970 runs. This is his best performance against an opponent in his 3,043 runs scored so far.

Most of the execution took place in India (1622), but Tamil his Nadu tweakers contributed in Australia, England, the West Indies, Sri Lanka and South Africa. Although he has yet to hit the coast of New Zealand with the bat, Ashwin’s blockbuster Mirpur took his batting average to 57.00 in Bangladesh. Ashwin also had the distinction of scoring a century and taking five wickets, twice against the West Indies (103 and 5 for 156, 113 and 7 for 83) and against England (106 and 7). You have completed the feat of 5) at 43 three times. ).

In a stretch that kicked up a cloud of dust as the ball landed in the rough, Ashwin struggled from the low stands and maneuvered alongside Iyer to keep the spirited Bangladesh spinner at bay.

Patience was key and with a wealth of experience, the all-rounder fended off attacks, downing Dhaka with his six in a row with a one-handed jab and his four in a row to seal India’s deal once again.

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