Ravichandran Ashwin is not a big fan of Sanjay Manjrekar in white-ball cricket. Manjrekar has opened up about not being a fan of Ravichandran Ashwin. When it comes to limited-overs cricket. He wasn’t impressed by the manner in which Ashwin bowled in the previous match. Also, against Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League 2021 season. Ashwin was the least successful of the Delhi Capitals bowlers. Moreover, in a match where Sunrisers Hyderabad was restricted to 134/9 in their 20 overs. He surrenders 22 runs in 2.5 overs without including anything to the wickets column.
“I was a little surprised that they played Ashwin ahead of Amit Mishra. I don’t think Ashwin bowled too well. Also, I am not a big fan of Ashwin in white-ball cricket. So if they can get Mishra in, he becomes that wrist spinner that is always a game-changer in T20 cricket.”
“People like Amit Mishra, low profile players, tend to get a raw deal. Every time Mishra plays, he has got wickets for Delhi and the other franchises he has played before,” Sanjay Manjrekar added.
Sanjay proposes that Rajasthan needs a bit more profundity within the spin division. Communicating his desire to see the group try. Also, fit in left-arm wrist-spinner Shamsi within the side.
“The one thing that Rajasthan needs is some help with spin. Against Punjab, you could see that they were trying to get some spinners in, some variation. I really would like to see them fit in Tabraiz Shamsi, a typical T20 bowler, not quite orthodox. Also, he might be able to give them a bit of variety. If the fast bowlers don’t get you wickets, maybe he could,” Sanjay said.
Lastly, the No. 1 ranked bowler in the T20I series. He is the latest addition to the Rajasthan line-up for the second phase of the Indian Premier League 2021 season.