T20 World Cup: Before the T20 World Cup, Muttiah Muralitharan gave a shocking statement, said a big thing on Indian bowling

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Newz Fast, New Delhi: There will be a tremendous match between India and Pakistan in the T20 World Cup on 23 October. The countdown has begun for the match between Pakistan and India.

Meanwhile, Sri Lankan great bowler Muttiah Muralitharan has given a big statement. He said that India has such quality players and depth in white ball cricket that the country has created a great pool in the T20 format.

Muralitharan became a fan of Indian bowling

Muttiah Muralitharan, the only bowler to take 800 wickets in Test cricket and great off-spinner Muttiah Muralitharan, made this statement keeping in mind that a bowler with talent like Ravichandran Ashwin should be included in India's playing 11 for limited overs format. You have to fight to make a place.

Said this thing for R Ashwin

Ashwin, who came close to taking 450 wickets in Test cricket, has once again managed to find a place in the limited overs team after being out for more than three years.

Muralitharan said in an interview to PTI, 'There are a lot of quality options available in Indian cricket. There is a tough competition between the top Indian spinners in limited overs cricket.


He said, 'There is not so much competition in red ball cricket because Ashwin is the best, but as soon as we look towards T20
There are so many talented options out there because of the IPL because so many matches are played. It definitely speaks to the depth of Indian cricket.

R Ashwin's strength is the carrom ball

Muralitharan, one of the bowlers who used the 'doosra' ball most successfully, never compromised on his strong side. Asked whether off-spinners are using the carrom ball a lot in limited overs cricket

Mularidhan said, 'You can't just throw a carrom ball. You have to mix. Even in our time, we used to use floater ball with traditional off spin.

You cannot bowl the same type of ball continuously because the batsman will read you very well. You have to bring enough variety to your bowling to stay on top.

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