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Fans go berserk after Ravichandran Ashwin revealed that he follows European Cricket Series

May 19, 2021

Written By,

Payel Gosh

Ravichandran Ashwin is an ardent student of the game of Cricket. He recently revealed that he closely follows the European Cricket Series. His affinity for the game came to light recently, when he interacted with Nikhil Popat, a fantasy cricket expert.

The revelation started when Nikhil shared a hilarious clip from ECS. The tournament once again threw up one of its unbelievable moments during the golden ball. Reacting to the amazing clip, Ashwin tweeted how the Krefled League is better than that of the Prague league.

In a series of Twitter messages, his knowledge of the ECS was on display for everyone to see. The off-spinner showed a tremendous understanding of the game. He discussed the player's nicknames and attributes with impressive accuracy.

The European Series has gained immense popularity among fans of fantasy cricket

It was initially launched in Europe to make cricket more popular. But with time it has gained a worldwide following. The tournament has gained popularity for being the source of some interesting moments on a cricket field.

Seeing Ashwin’s interest in the fantasy series, fantasy expert Peeyush Sharma asked the cricketer to write fantasy previews for him. The cricketer recanted positively to the proposition. He further stated that he plays ECS based fantasy game with his friends.

His love for the game impressed several fans. He was applauded for being a true student of the game. It was astonishing to the fans that the spinner follows the league closely.

Ravichandran Ashwin has an important few months ahead of him. He is part of the red-ball squad for the England tour. He will be playing for India in the WTC final as well. Ashwin is just 3 wickets behind Pat Cummins in the most wickets charts. He has 67 wickets to his credit. A strong display of performance against New Zealand can make him the tournament's leading wicket-taker.

The World Test Championship Final is scheduled next month in Southampton. India will play against New Zealand.

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Written By,

Payel Gosh