India's young wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant has been the centre of attention for quite a while now, given his high-profile as heir-apparent to MS Dhoni, and this frequently sees him being trolled when he doesn't manage to live up However, this time he has been critiqued yet again, but for no error or mistake of his own. Indian spinner, Ravichandran Ashwin during the first Test match between India and Bangladesh at the Holkar stadium in Indore played a few throwdowns with his left hand instead of his usual right hand. The comment sections of the video shared by the Team India official Instagram handle witnessed some serious Rishabh Pant trolling. As fans of the game hailed Ashwin for playing left-handed as well, they joked that he may be an alternative to Pant.
Here are a few of the comments from the video shared by Team India on Instagram:
Ravichandra Ashwin has always tried to bring variations in his bowling to get the best of the pitch and his game as well. Recently, during the first test match between India and Bangladesh, the off-spinner was seen practising some leg break balls in the tea break on the first day. Not only did he bowl leg-spin, but also hit the wickets a few times. However, this is not the first time that the off-spin bowler has tried leg-spin. Ashwin was seen bowling several leggies in the IPL season last year.
Ashwin and his fascination for leg spin. pic.twitter.com/kpdyseSF3A— Manish K Pathak (@manishpathak187) November 15, 2019
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