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T20 World Cup 2021: George Munsey silences Ravi Ashwin with his reverse sweep shot

 
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T20 World Cup 2021: India and Scotland recently went on to face each other. Moreover, the t20 match was being played at the Dubai International Stadium.

However, very surprisingly Virat Kohli won the toss which was quite unusual. Virat Kohli and the toss coin have a very bad relationship. Nonetheless, India chose to have a bowl first. And things did go in the favour of India.

Scotland failed to accelerate innings and they had the pressure of scoring runs right from the beginning. Moreover, the slow powerplay made things worse for the Scottish batting lineup. And wickets went falling one after the other in the t20 game. 

Moreover, Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja bowled brilliantly to clean up the first half of Scotland’s batting. As a result of that, Scotland were all out for just 85 runs in their first innings of the t20 World Cup game.

However, India was looking like a different team when they came on to bat. Both KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma delivered a flying start to team India. The Indian duo was completely dominant against Scotland in the t20 game.

As a result of that, the Virat Kohli led team went on to win the game in the seventh over itself. Moreover, the men in blue won the t20 World Cup game by eight wickets and 81 balls remaining. It was a thoroughly dominant display from the men in blue.

T20 World Cup 2021: George Munsey shuts up Ravichandran Ashwin

A unique event occurred during the fourth over of the first innings.George Munsey was batting and Ravi Ashwin was bowling in the t20 game. However, Ashwin stopped bowling in the midway itself when he saw George Munsey changing his stance.

Moreover, this was very unfair from Ravi Ashwin and he has been doing this for a very long time. But George Munsey went on to play the same reverse sweep shot which went for four runs. This way the Scotland international silenced Ravichandran Ashwin.

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