Ravichandran Ashwin opened up about the controversy with KKR in IPL 2021. Ashwin has opened up about the controversy. It is between him and KKR duo Eoin Morgan and Tim Southee. During a recent Indian Premier League encounter in Sharjah. Southee and Morgan gave Ashwin a fiery send-off. After he was expelled, which led to a heated argument between him and the KKR captain. Also, the argument was due to an incident earlier in the game. When Ashwin and Pant ran a single after the ball ricocheted off the last-mentioned.
“Did I fight? No, I stood up for myself and that’s what my teachers and parents taught me to do and pls teach your children to stand up for themselves. In Morgan or Southee’s world of cricket, they can choose and stick to what they believe is right or wrong but do not have the right to take a moral high ground and use words that are derogatory,” Ravichandran Ashwin said.
Ravichandran Ashwin opened up, it goes through the matter and castigates Ashwin for the same by taking a moral high ground. Also, referring to Warne and other connoisseurs of the “spirit of cricket”
“What’s even more surprising is the fact that people are discussing this and also trying to talk about who is the good and bad person here! To all the ‘Cricket is a gentleman’s game’ fans in the house,” Shane Warne said.
Ravichandran Ashwin eventually had the last laugh. Against Morgan as he dismissed the KKR captain for a second-ball duck. Ravichandran clarified that he had turned to run. At the moment he saw the fielder and he hadn’t realized the ball had hit Pant. If he had seen the ball hit his fellow batsman and still would have run. Because the laws of the game allow him to do the same.
“1. I turned to run the moment I saw the fielder throw and dint know the ball had hit Rishabh. 2. Will I run if I see it! Of course, I will and I am allowed to. 3. Am I a disgrace like Morgan said I was? Of course NOT,” he added.
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