IPL 2022

Controversy in IPL 2021 with Ashwin and Morgan

Dubai. India’s senior off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin said during the Indian Premier League match while trying to eliminate the dispute associated with the debate on the field with England and Kolkata Knight Riders captain Ion Morgan. That was not a private battle but how to play the game. There was a difference in the perspective.

In the last week, during the IPL match between Delhi Capitals and Knight Riders, Ashwin tried to take one run after going away from the body of Rishabh Pant. Ashwin had argued with the captain of the limited overs of England. Who accused the Indian cricketer not playing under the spirit. Although MCC’s rules have been made clear. That the batsman’s body is acceptance after taking the ball. England had also benefited in such an event when the 2019 World Cup was thrown away from the bent of the Ben Stokes, which was thrown away from the boundary in the final. And the umpire had run overthrow runs. And ultimately was successful in winning the England title.

Ashwin said last night after the match against Chennai Superkings, “I think. That it is definitely not a private battle and I do not even see it like this. Those who want to draw attention. They can do this but I do not see it like this. “He said,” I did not know that the ball has gone from Rishab. So I thought they had decided. That they will target and this is the reason. That I said that the words which were used were not correct. “

Ashwin Tweeted After The Match

Ashwin asked Morgan and Tim Southee on Twitter after the match and did not ask them to teach the ‘game spirit’. After Ashwin’s dismissal, fast bowler Surthy had told the Indian bowling. “When you deceive it happens.”

Indian spinner was seen moving towards Morgan and Southee. After which Dinesh Karthik cooled the case by defending the beach. Ashwin said, “I think we need to understand. That culturally all people are different. The way people are taught to play cricket in England and India. The way to think is absolutely different. “He said,” I am not saying this. That’s wrong here. It just so that the way cricket played in the 1940s. You can not expect that anyone still played. “

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