Ravichandran Ashwin started all six of India’s T20 World Cup 2022 matches and finished with six wickets. Neither the bat nor the ball had much of an effect on him.
Several Indian players have been singled out for their poor performance in the T20 World Cup 2022, which led to India’s early elimination from the tournament.
The Indian team, despite having won four of their five Super 12s matches, lost to England by ten wickets in the semi-finals.
Everything about the team’s performance was flawed: their batting, bowling, and fielding. In a video posted to YouTube, former Pakistan spinner Danish Kaneria made some very harsh criticisms about the Indian cricket team and its players.
Ravichandran Ashwin, in his opinion, should be limited to playing Tests for India.
For India’s Twenty20 squad, Ashwin has been a bit player. He was on the outside looking in for the first two T20 World Cups (2021 and 2022). This time around in Australia, Ashwin played every game for India and took home six wickets.
Kaneria said that Virat Kohli was right to limit Ashwin’s playing time to the Tests because of his defensive bowling style, even though Kohli captained all three types of cricket.
“The Indian bowling attack against England was completely out of the ordinary. Bhuvneshwar Kumar appeared unremarkable, and his retirement may have been long overdue. To be fair, R Ashwin should have been used in Australia. He’s better suited for Test cricket only.
Before, when Virat Kohli wisely limited his appearances to Tests, he was used only in that format. Absolutely, his prediction was spot on. You’re facing an off-spinner who doesn’t actually bowl off-spin. In addition, he can bowl a variety of defensive overs. To what end would you want to fool him? “A video posted by Kaneria on his channel asserted as much.
Indian captain Virat Kohli stuck with his tried-and-true spin duo of R Ashwin and Axar Patel, leaving Yuzvendra Chahal, the team’s lone wrist spinner, on the sidelines.
Even Axar had a fairly unremarkable performance during the tournament; he took only 3 wickets over the course of 5 games and was unable to make a significant contribution with the bat whenever an opportunity presented itself.