Ashwin spinner: Pack Australia off in Chennai Test within 30 runs for India dominance
"The credit goes to him (Subramanium) because it's very easy to spot a mistake, but that mistake's root cause could be somewhere else. But to exactly nail that and to get me out of that is what he did and all credit goes to him. It was about body position and nothing else."
Also Alastair Cook's form was a factor during the last Test series.
"That's the beauty of this game. Suddenly, if someone gets on a roll... the way Cook batted against us, he took the momentum away from us. That was probably the difference between the two teams, how you start the series, how you end up plugging things... He was in superb form."
According to Ashwin, the pitch was a deceptive one as it didn't turn as much as they thought it would.
"The pitch looked very dirty, to be very honest. After the first 5-10 overs, it looked dirty and we thought it was going to spin like a top. You come out and you think it's going to spin a lot. But it actually didn't spin at all, to be honest. I think it¿s going to get slow, and hopefully Starc would create some rough for the second innings."
He was sceptical about answering a query as to why other Indian spinners (Harbhajan and Jadeja) weren't as successful as he was.
"See... if I say something, I don't know what's going to
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