Aakash Chopra says “He is the no.1 bowler if you talk about T20 cricket” for the 2nd IND vs NZ T20I

The conclusion of the second Twenty20 International between India and New Zealand, which will be played tonight in Ranchi, has been predicted by Aakash Chopra.

Team India begins the match with a 1-0 lead in the three-match series, having won the last match by five wickets in Jaipur. To finish up the series, they’ll need a third win in a row.

Lockie Ferguson to be the most economical New Zealand bowler. He is a fantastic bowler, the No.1 bowler if you talk about T20 cricket. He is one of the best the world has seen right now. There are few better bowlers than him. I want to keep him in the list of Bumrah and Jofra, he is almost there.” He elaborated

Ravichandran Ashwin

Aakash Chopra

Ravichandran Ashwin and Axar Patel will take at least a handful of wickets together, according to the cricketer-turned-commentator.

“Ashwin and Axar to pick two or more wickets. Ashwin has been bowling sensationally, his comeback in white-ball cricket has been a fantastic story. Then you feel why was he dropped only and then when Washington Sundar was played, he did not do anything wrong, he only got injured. Now he is out and Ashwin has come. Till when will Ashwin stay, the way he is bowling, he should stay for long. Axar is keeping the place warm, that as soon as Jadeja is available, he will just walk into the side.” Aakash Chopra observed

In the opening T20I, Ashwin removed Mark Chapman and Glenn Phillips in the final over of his spell. Despite the fact that Patel did not take a wicket in the match, he was not overpriced.

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