Ravichandran Ashwin There is a great bowler in every format. His performance in the Indian Premier League has been impressive. In the IPL, he made his debut for Chennai Super Kings under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. He was part of the team’s winning campaign in 2010 and 2011.
He remained a part of the team until a two-year ban was imposed on the team in 2016 and 2017. During this ban, he was in the team of Rising Pune Super Giants. After this, Kings XI took charge of Punjab and this season he is playing for Delhi Capitals.
Even after so much success, Ashwin captains the Royal Challengers Bangalore Virat Kohli Was never dismissed in the IPL. But on Monday, 2 November, the legendary off-spinner finally showed the charisma of taking the wicket of Kohli. On Monday, Delhi defeated Bangalore in a crucial match. In this match, Ashwin took one wicket for 18 runs in 4 overs. With this win, Delhi team reached second place in the points table. Bangalore team also qualified for the playoffs on the basis of better runrate.
Bangalore needed fast runs in the 55th match of the season. Batting at a score of 31 in the 13th over of the innings, Kohli tried to play the shot by going ahead with Ashwin’s ball. Marcus Stoinis made a brilliant catch at deep-midwicket.
Ashwin dismissed Kohli for the first time in the 19th clash in the IPL. Ashwin has bowled a total of 125 balls to Kohli and dismissed him for 160 runs once.
Kohli’s dismissal video
After winning the toss, Delhi captain Shreyas Iyer decided to bowl first. In this match played in Abu Dhabi, Delhi scored three wickets for 33 runs by Enriz Norte and Kagiso Rabada with two wickets for 30 to stop Bangalore’s strong batting order at 152 for 7. Ashwin bowled economically in four overs and conceded 18 runs with one wicket in 4 overs.