ravichandran ashwin icc player of the month joe root month of february | R Ashwin received this grand prize from the ICC, test series against England

New Delhi: Team India spinner Ravichandran Ashwin (R Ashwin) has been voted ICC Player of the Month. Ravichandran Ashwin (R Ashwin) was recently ‘the man of the series’ in the four-game test series against England. Ashwin (R Ashwin) took a total of 32 wickets in this series.

Reach this position by beating the root

Ravichandran Ashwin (R Ashwin) was voted best ICC cricketer of the month for February. Ashwin reached this position by beating England test captain Joe Root. Ravichandran Ashwin is the second Indian player to be voted ICC Player of the Month. Prior to Ashwin, the award was won by Rishabh Pant, the wicket hitter for Team India, in January.

24 counters in February
A hundred decisive against England
ICC Male Player of the Month

Congratulations, @ ashwinravi99! pic.twitter.com/FXFYyzirzK

– ICC (@ICC) March 9, 2021

Tweet shared by ICC

The ICC shared a tweet from its official Twitter handle, in which Ashwin’s tapes were given. Ashwin won a total of 24 wickets in February, including a magnificent century in the opening rounds of the Second Test played against England in Chennai. Ravichandran Ashwin completed the record of winning India’s 400 fastest test wickets in this series of tests.

Ashwin wanks 400 test wickets

Ashwin reached this position on his 77th test. Before Ashwin, this record was in the name of Anil Kumble, who achieved this feat in 80 tests. The record for winning the 400 fastest test wickets in total is in the name of Muttiah Muralitharan of Sri Lanka. Ashwin is second in this episode.

Tammy Beaumont was also named Player of the Month

In addition to Ravichandran Ashwin, England opener Tammy Beaumont was respectively selected ICC male and female player of the month for the month of February. Beaumont had scored half centuries and scored a total of 231 points in all three games of the ODI three-game series against New Zealand.

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