India is not playing their best cricket, says Ravichandran Ashwin
Ravichandran Ashwin said India have been fighting hard till the end.
While India lost the first two ODIs, the third ODI ended in a tie © Getty Images
Hamilton: Jan 27, 2014
India will be keen to win their first game of the tour on Tuesday in the fourth One-Day International (ODI) at Hamilton.
Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, who said that he is in the best frame of mind and is happy with the way he is playing currently, said, India was fighting to find from.
“There was a bit of rain around here for the second ODI. The ball was sticking around more than other places. By far Auckland has been the best batting wicket, along with Napier. Hamilton was a little bit slow, but we do not expect it to be slow this time,” Ashwin said, of his team’s expectations for the upcoming ODI.
“We have just not been at the best of our games, yet they have all been very close. In Hamilton we were struggling, we were up against it, the D/L method did not help us but we still managed to pull off a game that was quite close.
“We have been fighting hard till the end and things have not gone our way. That is the best point we can take forward from this in terms of saying we have not struck our best game yet,” he signed off.