Ravichandran Ashwin Says “Taking Break” From IPL 2021 Due To Family’s Fight With COVID-19 | Cricket Newsnewstolive - April 26, 2021 10 0 COMMENTS
Delhi Capitals spinner Ravichandran Ashwin mentioned that he’s “taking a break” from Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 after the group’s Super Over win towards SunRisers Hyderabad. Ashwin took to Twitter early on Monday to write down that his household and prolonged household are dealing with a struggle towards COVID-19. “I would be taking a break from this years IPL from tomorrow. My family and extended family are putting up a fight against #COVID19 and I want to support them during these tough times,” he wrote in his tweet. “I expect to return to play if things go in the right direction,” he added, earlier than thanking the franchise.
I’d be taking a break from this years IPL from tomorrow. My household and prolonged household are placing up a struggle towards #COVID19 and I need to help them throughout these robust occasions. I anticipate to return to play if issues go in the best course. Thank you @DelhiCapitals
– Stay residence keep protected! Take your vaccine (@ashwinravi99) April 25, 2021
“Extending our full support to you in these difficult times,” Delhi Capitals wrote in a reply to Ashwin’s tweet.
“Sending you and your family all the strength and prayers from all of us at Delhi Capitals,” they added.
Extending our full help to you in these troublesome occasions, @ashwinravi99
Sending you and your loved ones all of the energy and prayers from all of us at Delhi Capitals https://t.co/JoqzDGFVdB
– Delhi Capitals (@DelhiCapitals) April 25, 2021
Ashwin performed DC’s match towards SRH on Sunday.
DC rode on a half-century by Prithvi Shaw and useful knocks from Rishabh Pant and Steve Smith to put up a complete of 159/4.
Despite an excellent begin courtesy of Jonny Bairstow an a half-century from Kane Williamson, DC appeared to have sealed the win after Axar Patel struck twice in an over, with SRH needing 28 off the ultimate two overs. However, debutant J Suchith — coming in at no.9 — hit two boundaries and a six as he and Williamson managed to tie the sport and take the match to a Super Over.
Ashwin gave away 27 runs for no wickets in his 4 overs.
In the Super Over, bowled by Axar, Williamson and Warner managed to attain simply seven runs. They would have had eight, however Warner was discovered to have run one brief.
With Shikhar Dhawan and Rishabh Pant despatched in to face Rashid Khan, the Capitals managed to tug off the chase off the ultimate supply to seal their fourth win of the season.
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