Rashwin calls out cricket Australia antics

Borders-Gavasca Trophy has become a hot topic of debate over the past week or so, with much debate-inducing comments and posts shared on social media. Preparations for the upcoming India-Australia border-Gabasca Trophy have been as attractive as ever. Whether it’s Cricket Australia’s ‘replication’ Ravichandran Ashwin’s decision, comments from their former players or part of social media activities, the men of down under are doing every trick to gain more participation in the series.

R Ashwin, who doesn’t mind telling his thoughts on delicate topics, has also decided to give his opinion on Australia’s antics before the series. In a video on his YouTube channel, Ashwin decided to call cricket Australia’s antics, suggesting that tourists knew how to ‘viral’ the news. 파친코

“This Mahesh Pitiya made his debut at Baroda and pitched really well for them, too. But they made the news go viral immediately. They know exactly what to do to make the news go viral and they’ve been doing this well for quite some time now,” Ashwin said. Ashwin also dabbled in Ian Healy’s comments, suggesting that Australia would win if India made a “fair wicket” but would lose if they made a “rank turn.”

“At the same time, Ian Healy said, “Give me a fair wicket and Australia will win, give me a spinning wicket and India will win.” This is because he also knows which remarks will go viral and become controversial. We know the template. A family audience theme consisting of five songs, five fights, two emotional scenes, one climax, and a good opening scene from a Tallapati movie will be the hit center off center,” they affirmed.

On social media, Cricket Australia also shares attractive things, especially videos of India out 36 innings in the Adelaide Test. But Ashwin is very aware of the intent behind such posts. “Like this, Cricket Australia’s social media team knows what news will attract them,” Ashwin concluded.

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