india vs australia nathan lyon ravichandran ashwin boxing day test melbourne offbreak bowling | This Australian bowler, who took 391 wickets ahead of Ashwin, admits to explaining the reason himself

Melbourne: As for the India vs Australia test series, there’s a lot of talk between the two star spinner teams Ravichandran Ashwin and Nathan Lyon. Australian spinner Nathan Lyon has 391 wickets in the cricket test. At the same time, speaking of Ravichandran Ashwin, the Team India spinner off, he took 370 wickets in the game’s longest format.

Nathan Lyon may be ahead of Ravichandran Ashwin by taking wickets, but he still considers himself inferior to this Indian spinner. Australian veteran Nathan Lyon has said he and Ravichandran Ashwin are different bowlers and should not be compared with each other.

‘Our comparison is not possible’

Leone said before the second test: “Ashwin is a world class bowler. I saw him play bowling a lot, especially during his tour of India. I tried to learn a lot from them. It has a lot of diversity.

Leon said: “Ashwin can change his pace quickly and is very talented. We are the same and different too, so our comparison is not possible. His record only tells how he is a bowler.

370 counters in 72 tests.

Ravichandran Ashwin won 370 wickets in 72 tests. At the same time, Leon took 391 wickets in 97 tests. When asked if he wanted to make a particular drummer the 400th victim, Leon replied that he didn’t mind.

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Nathan Lyon said: “I’m not worried about this. Mayank Agarwal or Jasprit Bumrah. No matter It is important to take 400 counters. He also said the bowling attack in Australia was the best in the world right now and it was a matter of pride to be a part of it.

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