Why question mark beside Ashwin? Australia cricketers decided to have some fun in the dressing room. They came up with a list of the best spin-bowling all-rounders in world cricket.

Australia may be one of the fiercely competitive sides in world cricket but they do have a lighter side away from the cricket field. It was on full display during the morning session of the Australia vs Pakistan Boxing Day Test match in Melbourne. When David Warner and Usman Khawaja were batting in the middle after Pakistan captain Shan Masood opted to bowl, the Australia cricketers decided to have some fun in the dressing room. They came up with a list of the best spin-bowling all-rounders in the history of world cricket.

The list included some great names like Gary Sobers, Daniel Vettori, Shakib Al Hasan, and Ravichandran Ashwin but also had mentions of Travis Head and S Patel. While Head is a useful off-spinner, it might be an exaggeration to include him in the list of all-time best spin-bowling all-rounders. Then again, it is taken into account that the list was prepared in gest.

After screenshots of the table where the names of all the players were listed, netizens wondered why there was a question mark beside Ashwin’s name. The other question was about S Patel. Many believed it was England all-rounder Samit Patel.

There were three Indians on the list – Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, and Axar Patel.

Why question mark beside Ashwin
Why question mark beside Ashwin

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As far as the Test match was concerned, Pakistan removed openers David Warner and Usman Khawaja to leave the match finely poised before rain arrived and Tea was taken early on Tuesday.

At the break, the hosts were 114-2 with Marnus Labuschagne on 14 and Steve Smith not out two.

Pakistan’s bowlers did earn some reward, with Warner gone for 38 on the stroke of lunch, snapping a 90-run partnership with Khawaja that was looking ominous. They kept the pressure on when they returned, with Khawaja departing for 42 before Labuschagne and Smith dug in to weather some testing bowling, with runs hard to come by.

The hosts are looking to seal the three-Test series after thumping the visitors by 360 runs in Perth and making a solid start. Pakistan captain Shan Masood won the toss and opted to bowl with the pitch appearing to suit the seamers on an overcast day.

Spearheaded by Shaheen Shah Afridi, they found plenty of movement but failed to take their chances early on with Warner dropped on two by Abdullah Shafique, who put down a regulation catch at second slip.

Warner, who made 164 in the first innings at Perth in his farewell Test series, was also fortunate to get away with an edge that sailed over the slips for a boundary on 17.

But his luck ran out with a rash shot off part-time spinner Agha Salman in the final over before lunch, with Babar Azam holding a catch at slip off a thick outside edge.

Australia's list of best spin-bowling
Australia’s list of best spin-bowling

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He was denied a bid to display a sticker showing a black dove holding an olive branch on his bat and instead walked out with the names of his daughters on his shoes.

The 37-year-old hit a boundary off the second ball he faced to get off the mark, and two more fours in the first over after the drinks break kept the scoreboard ticking over. But just as he looked destined for a big score, Hasan Ali drew an edge that Salman took well in the slips to leave Australia on 108-2.

With dark clouds overhead, the lights turned on mid-afternoon with Labuschagne and Smith in survival mode as the bowlers turned the screws before the rain arrived.

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