Australia Tour of India 2023
In IND vs AUS 2nd ODI, David Warner changed his batting style to face Ashwin. He suddenly started batting with his right hand.
In the India vs Australia second ODI match in Indore, Australian batsman David Warner suddenly changed his stance while batting. Left-handed batsman Warner suddenly started batting with his right hand to face Ravi Ashwin, which surprised everyone.
Indian veteran spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has an excellent record against left-handed batsmen. In such a situation, Warner had to struggle hard to compete with him, after which Warner suddenly started batting with his right hand against Ashwin’s bowling. Meanwhile, he also hit a brilliant four on the off-spinner’s ball. But Ashwin proved Warner’s ploy unsuccessful in his very next over and dismissed him.
36-year-old Warner was trapped by experienced R Ashwin in his carrom ball and sent out LBW to the pavilion. At that time Warner was playing on 53 runs in his rhythm. Warner also hit 7 fours and 1 six in his half-century innings. But the dominance of Indian spinners was seen on the Indore pitch. Ashwin took 3 wickets for 41 runs in his brilliant spell of 7 overs. During this, he bowled Marnus Labuschagne (27) and also made Josh English (6) LBW in the same over.
Ashwin vs Warner: Indian spinners outweigh Australian batsman
David Warner is one of Australia’s best batsmen and his record against spinners has been amazing. But he has been seen struggling against Indian spinner Ravi Ashwin. Talking about Ashwin vs Warner, the spinner has so far dismissed the Australian opener 19 times in all formats. Warner has scored against Ashwin at an average of 21.81 in Tests and 22 in ODIs. Whereas Ravichandran Ashwin has dismissed him 11 times in Tests, 4 times in T-20 and 3 times in ODIs.