Ashes: ‘Getting out is enough, no need to show pavilion’, Nasser Hussain advises Robinson


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Said, Robinson is not the first cricketer who has done this
Australian bowlers have also done this in the past in the Ashes.

New Delhi. Former captain and commentator Nasser Hussain has given important advice to England fast bowler Ollie Robinson, who came under the target of critics after the first Test of Ashes-2023. Hussain has advised Robinson to remain in public discussion with his ‘work’ on the field instead of off-field talks. Significantly, after dismissing Australia’s Usman Khawaja in the Edgbaston Test, Robinson had given an aggressive sendoff, which was sharply criticized by cricket experts. This matter had caught fire when England’s fast bowler Ricky Ponting’s name was dragged into it. Oli had said that in the past Ricky Ponting and other Australian players used to behave like this. Since we are doing this now, they are not liking it. Reversing this statement, Ponting asked the fast bowler to concentrate on his performance without talking unnecessarily. Australia is currently ahead 1-0 in the five-Test series.

Nasir Hussain said, ‘He (Robinson) gave a sendoff to someone. If you get someone out, then after that I am not a fan of anything like this. You get someone out, that’s enough. You don’t need to tell him where the pavilion is. ,

Talking to Sanjana Ganesan in the new episode of ICC Review, Hussain said that the right-arm fast bowler made a big mistake by naming Ponting in this matter. Has given someone a sendoff in the Ashes battle, some Australians have done this in the past.

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Hussain is now keen to see how Robinson reacts in the other matches of the series. They also want that the current war of words should be kept to a minimum. The former England captain said, ‘If I was the captain of England, I would not have told Robinson anything other than that you want to bowl from any end and show your bowling skills.’ He said that the problem nowadays is that such issues are asked by various media outlets and then exaggerated on social media. The second Test of the Ashes is to be played at Lord’s from June 28. England’s effort rests on winning this test and achieving equality in the series.

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