New Zealand starter Martin Guptill made a great statement about R Ashwin, know what he said

New Zealand cricket team starter Martin Guptill believes that scoring runs against Ravichandran Ashwin, a player from India, is very difficult. He said scoring runs against Ashwin is very difficult as the spinner has excellent control over his line, length and pace.

Since returning to limited overs cricket after four years, Ashwin has always impressed with his performances. He pitched effectively in the T20 World Cup and slowed the opposition’s race pace by picking up two wickets on the same in the first T20I against New Zealand on Wednesday. He fired Mark Chapman, who scored half a century and then sent Glenn Phillips to the pavilion.

Guptill said after the game: “He (R Ashwin) is a very smart bowler. He has great control over his line and length. He doesn’t throw a bad ball. I don’t remember ever throwing a bad ball in his entire career. His change of pace is so efficient and controlled that it becomes extremely difficult to score runs against him. “

We report that in the first T20 against India, Guptill scored 70 runs on 42 balls, but his team had to face defeat by five wickets. This is New Zealand’s second loss in a row after losing in the T20 World Cup final on Sunday.

Guptill said: “We haven’t played bad cricket in the last two games. It’s just that we didn’t get the right result. This is how cricket works. Obviously (the schedule) is different. Two days First the World Cup final and then sit on the plane and now we are playing another series here in India. “

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Guptill shared a 109-run partnership with Chapman for the second wicket and brought New Zealand’s score to 164 for six. Although this starter believes his team scored 10 fewer runs. “It was not the ideal situation to lose Daryl Mitchell in the first change, but the way that Chapman adjusted and spent time in the box, despite not playing much cricket for some time, was fantastic,” he said. A century-long association with him helped the team reach a competitive score.

Guptill further said: “We probably scored 10 fewer runs, I don’t think we could play as expected in death overs, but it happens.” Guptill said the India tour is a good opportunity for those cricketers who have not played here before.


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