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Ashwin truly deserved 'ICC Player of the Year' award: Madan Lal

Ashwin truly deserved 'ICC Player of the Year' award: Madan Lal

New Delhi [India], Dec. 22 : Former Indian cricketer Madan Lal on Thursday congratulated Ravichandran Ashwin for being named as ICC Cricketer of the Year, saying the ace off-spinner truly deserves the award.

"I think he truly deserves this award. From two-three years, he has been performing brilliantly, especially while bowling. This year especially, his performance has been phenomenal and he has won many matches for India," Lal told ANI.

"There was never any doubt that he is a world class spinner.At present, I think he is the best spinner in the world," he added.

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Ashwin named ICC Cricketer of the Year

Ashwin named ICC Cricketer of the Year

Dubai [UAE], Dec. 22 : Ace Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin was on Thursday named the ICC Test Cricketer of the Year and the ICC Cricketer of the Year 2016.

The World No. 1 all-rounder and Test bowler has become the third Indian player and 12th player overall to win the prestigious Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy.

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Ashwin's six-for spins India to Test series win against England

Ashwin's six-for spins India to Test series win against England

Mumbai [India],Dec.12 : Ace off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin scalped his 24th five-wicket haul and seventh 10-wicket haul as India thrashed England by an innings and 36 runs to take an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series at the Wankhede Stadium here on Monday.

Resuming at yesterday's score of 182-6, England fell prey to some classic off-spin bowling from Ashwin as they could only add 13 runs to their second innings before being bundled out for 195 runs.

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Yasir wants Ashwin showdown after breaking his record

Yasir wants Ashwin showdown after breaking his record

Melbourne [Australia], Oct.17 : After becoming the fastest Asian bowler to claim 100 Test wickets, Pakistan leg-spinner Yasir Shah has expressed his desire for a showdown against India and their star spinner Ravichandran Ashwin.

The 30-year-old reached the three-figure milestone after completing his five-wicket haul in the opening Test of the three-match series against West Indies in Dubai last evening.

Yasir also became the joint-second quickest bowler to reach 100 Test wickets, thus surpassing Indian all-rounder Ashwin's record of achieving the feat in 18 matches.

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Ashwin, Williamson set sights on top spots in ICC Test rankings

Ashwin, Williamson set sights on top spots in ICC Test rankings

Dubai [UAE], Sept 27 : India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin and New Zealand captain Kane Williamson have climbed up one place each to reach second position among bowlers and batsmen, respectively, in the latest ICC Test player rankings.

Ashwin's match haul of 10-225, that helped notch a 197-run victory in the first Test in Kanpur on Monday, has seen him overtake England's James Anderson by one point. He is now within seven points of number-one ranked Dale Steyn of South Africa, who leads the ICC player rankings for Test bowlers with 878 points.

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Ashwin, Jadeja star as India crush Kiwis in landmark 500th Test

Ashwin, Jadeja star as India crush Kiwis in landmark 500th Test

Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Sept 26 : India marked their historic 500th Test with a resounding 197-run win over New Zealand in the opening match and took a 1-0 lead in the three-match series at the Green Park Stadium here on Monday.

Chasing an improbable 434 for victory, New Zealand were bundled out for 236 in their second innings despite resolute half-centuries from Luke Ronchi (80) and Mitchell Santner (71) on the fifth day.

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Windies skittle India for 353 after Ashwin, Saha hit centuries

Windies skittle India for 353 after Ashwin, Saha hit centuries

St. Lucia, Aug 11 : After Ravichandran Ashwin and Wriddhaman Saha hit centuries in the post-lunch session, West Indies bundled out India for 353 in the first innings and were 16 for no loss at tea in the third Test match at the Darren Sammy National Cricket stadium here on Wednesday.

Surviving the nervous nineties for too long and after getting stuck at 99 for six overs, Ashwin crossed the 100-mark in style by lofting a Roston Chase ball to six at long off in the 117th over of the innings, taking the score to 323 for 5 wickets.

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Saha, Ashwin guide India to solid first innings' total in St. Lucia Test

Saha, Ashwin guide India to solid first innings' total in St. Lucia Test

St. Lucia, Aug.10 : Wicketkeeper-batsman Wriddhiman Saha smashed his maiden century while all-rounder Ravichandran Ashwin supported him well as India posted a first innings' total of 353 runs on the Day Two of the third Test against West Indies here at Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium on Wednesday.

Resuming at yesterday's score of 234-5, Saha (104) and Ashwin (118) went on to share a huge 213-partnership for sixth wicket to propel their side to a big first innings' total.

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Speed variation rather than spin was key in dismantling Windies: Ashwin

Speed variation rather than spin was key in dismantling Windies: Ashwin

Kingston, July 31 : India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, who bagged his 18th five-wicket haul of his career, has pointed out that a combination of bounce and speed variations played a key role in ripping apart West Indies batting line-up instead of spin on a damp Sabina Park pitch in the second Test.

India's ascendancy over the West Indies continued as they bundled out Jason Holder's team for 196 before making 126 for 1 in their first innings at stumps on day one on Saturday.

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Surprised that West Indies batted first: R Ashwin

Surprised that West Indies batted first: R Ashwin

Kingston (Jamaica), July 31 - India spinner R Ashwin said he was surprised with West Indies' decision to bat first on a sticky wicket, even as he returned with a five-wicket haul on the opening day to dismiss the hosts for a paltry 196 in the second cricket Test here.

After Ashwin's 5-52, opener Lokesh Rahul cracked an unbeaten 75 to guide India to 126/1, within 70 runs of West Indies' first innings score.

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