India vs New Zealand: R Ashwin is attacking option for a captain, says Rohit Sharma | Cricket News

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KOLKATA: India skipper Rohit Sharma stated seasoned off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has proved himself over time and is now a key cog within the bowling wheel of the facet within the shortest format.
Rohit’s 56-run knock adopted by Axar Patel‘s three-wicket haul helped India defeat New Zealand by 73 runs within the third and closing T20I right here on the Eden Gardens on Sunday.
Rohit lavished reward on Ashwin and stated the off-spinner is an attacking choice for the facet, at any time when the workforce is on the lookout for fast wickets within the center overs.
“I believe it has been an ideal comeback for him. Ever since he (R Ashwin) performed in Dubai till now. Everyone knows he’s a top quality bowler, he has proved himself with the red-ball and even with the white-ball his file is not dangerous,” stated Rohit within the post-match press convention after India’s sequence win.
“And now he has made a come again and bowled in Dubai and two video games right here, it exhibits the standard he has. He has at all times been an attacking choice for a captain.
“When you’ve somebody like Ashwin within the squad it at all times offers you a chance to take wickets within the center overs and we perceive how essential that center section is. Axar-Ashwin are wicket-taking choices for us within the center,” he added.
The India skipper identified that it’s by no means about bowling your full quota within the shortest format and the bowlers should go for wickets throughout the center over section.
“It is by no means about surviving, it’s at all times about how can we get the batter out and the way can we put the stress again on the batter,” stated Rohit.
With this win, India gained the three-match sequence 3-0 and now each groups will sq. off in two-match Check sequence, starting Thursday in Kanpur.

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