Former Pakistan footballer Saeed Ajmal has claimed that Ravichandran Ashwin has been banned from international cricket for six months so that he will not be banned by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for the bowling suspect and is working to correct it. Ajmal, who himself faced a ban after the International Criminal Court deemed his action illegal, said that while batsmen and fast bowlers have some rules in their favour, spinners have been hung to dry, he criticized the strict 15-degree bend rule.
Ajmal then claimed Ashwin was kept out of international cricket so he could escape without a ban.
“I changed all these rules and regulations without asking anyone. I’ve been playing cricket for the past eight years. All these rules were mine. That’s it,” Ajmal said in a YouTube interview with Krikwick.
“During that time Ashwin has been out of cricket for six months. Why is that? So you can work on it and your player is not banned,” Ajmal said.
He concluded, “They don’t care if a Pakistani footballer gets banned. They only care about money.”
Recently, Ashwin denied media reports that he had asked the ICC to soften the 15-degree rule to help bring down Dosra.
Ashwin’s explanation This came as some media reports cited the outside players’ YouTube channel and quoted him as wanting to relieve the main cricket body from the base.
Taking to Twitter, Ashwin cited an article that responded: “Really ??????????????????????????????
In another tweet, the rotor said: “Wrong mistake! My channel has been made for all the right reasons and the public to know cricket better. If you can’t properly translate these basic stuff, please don’t carry such bad news.”
Ashwin took 409 wickets in 78 tests with an average of 24.69, including 30 transfers of five wickets and seven transfers of 10 wickets. It is also the fourth largest share maker in India in the longest formula.
He is expected to be next in action at The inaugural World Championship Final بطولة against New Zealand starting Friday.
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