Indian Spinners' Turnaround In Test Matches Post Pandemic

February 26, by Syed Yusuf

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Sheer Dominance

Indian spinners has stood up and provided break-through every time they bowled. Spinners has taken 72 wickets in 14 innings post Covid. (Image: Kuldeep/Instagram)

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No Overseas Fear

In Australia, Indian spinners were outstanding, in 8 innings they took 23 wickets overall. R Ashwin, R Jadeja, W Sundar all gave an amazing performance. (Image: BCCI/Twitter)

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High Quality Spin

In ongoing series, Indian spinners have done a great damage. So far, R Ashwin, Axar P, Kuldeep and Nadeem have taken 49 wickets together in just 6 innings. (Image: BCCI/Twitter)

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Ashwin ki Ash

Since 2015, Ashwin has bagged 280 wickets. This is the most for any bowler currently playing. He also became second fastest to take 400 wickets. (Image: BCCI/Twitter)

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Climbing Slowly

Ashwin has gone past Zaheer Khan in most international wickets by Indian bowler's tally. Ashwin now has 599 wickets across formats. (Image: BCCI/Twitter)

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Axarrrr

Axar Patel has been phenomenal in Test cricket. He has taken 19 wickets in just 2 matches. So far, he has 3 five wicket haul & 1 ten wicket haul. (Image: BCCI/Twitter)

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Rare Feat

Axar took 11 wickets in 3rd Test against England. He became the first bowler to pick 11 wickets in a pink ball Test. (Image: ICT/Instagram)

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Best Bowling Side

Indian spinners' contribution has helped the fast bowlers too. The bowling unit has self-believe & are making batsmen toil for runs. (Image: ICT/Instagram)

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