Ravichandran Ashwin recently revealed that the 4-0 talks on India against Australia were damaging after the guests lost their first test in Adelaide.
Team India they were drawn by 36 in the second inning of the initial test, which is their lowest score in test history.
Australian media and many experts have written off the chances of India’s return, especially after Virat Kohli’s departure after the first test. However, in a triumph through the centuries, India earned a historic victory in the series with a 2-1 difference.
In chat with India Today, Ravichandran Ashwin opened how the team was hurt by the negative conversations in the media. However, the 34-year-old added that visitors were quietly confident among themselves.
“It was painful until the moment and I think the team channeled a nice sewer both inside and out. It came out. We were quietly confident and maybe people didn’t notice it. And it’s about the time we perform and to make people understand who we have been over the years, ”Ashwin said.
In this regard, Predilica added:
“What was very interesting was the number of people talking about how that particular departure of Virat Kohli from that team environment would completely bring down the team. They were talking about the departure of Virat, so this team ‘has no chance, 4-0 whitewash ‘etc., etc. A lot of things were talked about. I read a few of them after the Melbourne win because I saved them and didn’t think too much about negativity. “
Ravichandran Ashwin’s dream has come true over the last few months
Ashwin had discovered that entering the Australian series, he wasn’t sure if he would even make an XI for the first test.
However, since the test began, Tamil Nadu’s off-spinner has been asleep for the past few months.
In Australia, Ravichandran Ashwin took 12 goalkeepers in three matches averaging 28.83. His credible ability also saved India as he split the partnership against Hanuma Vihari for 259 balls on the last day of the third test.
Against England at home, Ashwin won the Man of the Series, eighth in his career. The off-spinner was looking for 32 goalkeepers in four matches, averaging 14.7.
Ashwin also showed off his kicking ability, finishing the series with an average of 31, which included a hundred innings at Chennai on the challenging track.