Saeed Ajmal: Ravichandran Ashwin Kept Away From Cricket For 6 Months To Save Him From Ban

Saeed Ajmal

Ajmal Saeed Former spinner of Pakistan accused Ravichandran Ashwin was kept out for 6 months from international cricket to protect him against a prohibition.

Saeed Ajmal claimed that Ravichandran Ashwin was detained for six months from international cricket, to the extent that he was not prohibited for suspected bowling by the International Cricket Committee (ICC) and was working to correct it.

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The batman and fast bowlers have a certain amount of rules for their sake. He, who himself had met a prohibition after the ICC considered his action illegal, has hung up spinners because he criticised the strict 15 degrees arm bending rule.

He said, “You have changed all of the rules without asking anybody. Over the past eight years I’ve been playing cricket. These were all rules for me. This is it,” This is “

He added, “Ravichandran had been out of cricket for six months during that period. Why? Why? You can therefore work on him, and your bowler is not banned,”

“If a Pakistan bowler is banned, they don’t care.” He concluded. You’re just looking for money,”

Ravichandran recently denied media reports that he ‘calls for ICC’s relaxation of the 15-degree “doosra” rule.

He clarified that a few media reports cited the off-spinner YouTube channel and cited it for the purpose of relaxing the rule by the apex cricket body.

He quoted an article and answered on Twitter, “Really?? Pls, don’t take the wrong things!! Something like that I will never say.”

He said in a different tweet “False mistake! My channel is designed to better know cricket for all the right reasons and for the right public. If in translation you cannot get such basic things right, pls don’t get such poor news.”

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