IND vs ENG / Former England captain said a big thing in praise of Shoaib Bashir, called him the next Ashwin

Zoom News : Mar 01, 2024, 06:00 AM
IND vs ENG: In the 5-match Test series being played between India and England, the English team won the first match but after that they had to face consecutive defeats in the next 3 matches of the series. However, the England side definitely saw a brilliant performance from young off-spin bowler Shoaib Bashir, who troubled the Indian players a lot while playing only 2 matches. Now in praise of Bashir, former England team captain Michael Vaughan has made a big prediction and called him the next Ravi Ashwin.

Shoaib Bashir is the discovery of this series

Michael Vaughan, while talking on Club Prairie Fire's YouTube channel, praised Shoaib Bashir and said that this week has been a great week for English cricket. Shoaib Bashir has been the biggest find for us in this series. In the second test match, he took a total of 8 wickets, which can be called a very good performance. He is the new Ravi Ashwin of the cricket world that we have discovered. We are so happy to have him, so we are celebrating a new superstar in English cricket. Let us tell you that Shoaib Bashir took the first 5 wicket haul of his career in the Ranchi Test match. Apart from this, he has so far taken 12 wickets in 2 matches in this Test series, in which his average has been seen at 32.83.

The last match of the series will be played between the two teams from March 7.

The last match of this Test series will be played on the grounds of Dharamshala from March 7. From the World Test Championship point of view, this match is very important for both the teams. While the Indian team is second in the WTC points table, England is at eighth place. In such a situation, if Team India succeeds in winning the last match, then it will have a chance to reach the first place. At the same time, fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah has also returned to Team India's squad for the Dharamsala Test match, who was rested from the Ranchi Test.