Ravichandran Ashwin urges fans to support India in the ICC World Cup 2023

Ravichandran Ashwin urges fans to support India in the ICC World Cup 2023. Ravichandran Ashwin, an Indian spinner, has advised Indian fans to be positive for Team India during the ICC World Cup 2023. Ravichandran Ashwin believes that the squad will require a lot of support from supporters during the competition.

The ICC World Cup 2023 will be held in India in October-November. The event will feature a total of ten teams. In the last ten years, India has not won an ICC trophy. However, as the host nation, India is considered one of the favourites to win the ICC World Cup in 2023.

Ravichandran Ashwin asked fans to show their support for Team India at the ICC World Cup 2023 on his YouTube account.

“Every team comes here to win the tournament.” We will go on if we do not win the World Cup. If we win, we will be grateful to them. The very least I ask is that when we enter the 2023 World Cup, we send a team full of optimism.

It is not simple to win a World Cup. We’re all hindsight kings. It’s not that simple. Almost every big event has seen us reach the semi-finals. “On that day, we were not good enough,” Ashwin said.

Ravichandran Ashwin also emphasised that India is a hardworking team. As a result, they should believe they have the support of the supporters throughout the ICC World Cup 2023.

“What should we do to be adequate on that day?” We require an abundance of optimism. They should have the feeling that “the public has our back.” They should be able to use their skill on that specific day.

There is no such thing as a hardworking team as India. “You should see how hard the players work in practice, the gym and so on,” the off-spinner added.

R Ashwin made a little jab at the team’s and player’s critics and trolls, saying, “It is very easy to pass comments sitting from outside.” Some of the remarks make me angry. Do you have any idea how hard the players work? As a result, we may share hope for these industrious cricketers. The results will take care of themselves automatically. Even if we don’t win, let’s keep supporting our squad and encouraging them to play better.”

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