Video of all of Ashwin's six wickets of Surrey in the regional match against Somerset

Ashwin's video of six wickets: When Surrey scored Ashwin's six wickets against Somerset in a County Championship match, it spread on Twitter.

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Ravichandran ashwin become all around the net on wednesday night. The india off-spinner had taken a 5-wicket haul in county championship in shape while gambling for surrey against somerset. Snippets of the scorecard and tweets from verified handles started to dominate twitter but as quickly as surrey published the video of ashwin’s all six wickets, it went to every other degree.

Ashwin, who turned into lauded for his decision to play a county match at the same time as rest of the indian players were on a smash earlier than getting into the bubble for the five-match check collection against england, opened the bowling for surrey – like he had finished within the first innings – and helped his aspect bowl out somerset for 69 in the 2d innings

His 15 years of playing, Ashwin has come back with six of the 27 numbers - leading in the game.

A closer look at the video of Ashwin's wickets Surrey shared gives the impression that the India off-spinner did nothing but use bounce and angles to reap it rather than just focus on conversion.

Ashwin over the opposition team getting drift and used a carrom ball and off break with understanding.

Left-handed opener Steven Davis added one to wicket keeper Jamie Smith and Jaden Clark grabbed Tom Lammonby. Captain and first innings 100 James Hildreth was previously out for missing a straight striker.

The difference in the first innings was the further explosion that Ashwin descended on the field and with such a flying delivery, turned into a shadow and exploded enough to deceive George Bartlett who was in charge of the arms.

Only three Somerset strikers received double figures. Ashwin's performance is a welcome gesture of captain Virat Kohli, who would like his Premier's spinner to be on top during the Test series starting on August 4.

The opposition team will also be wary and Surrey captain Rory Burns will definitely be providing the inclusion and left-handed champion Jack Leach.

The Indian team will meet in Durham where they will play a three-day match against the Combined Counties (Select County XI) from July 20-22.