Memon posted a tweet and pointed out how important leg-spinners are in T20Is citing Rashid’s performance.
Much to everyone's astonishment, Rashid flew himself in the air and grasped the ball to give England a crucial breakthrough.
During his knock, the Indian skipper also became only the second cricketer to score more than 10,000 runs, batting at No.3 in ODI cricket.
With the 3-match series set to begin on March 23, there will be some mouth-watering face-offs that fans could witness in the upcoming ODIs between India and England.
Let us look at some of the numbers from the 4th T20I.
After missing out from the Playing XI, Ali was even ignored in the team celebrations after England's first T20I win over India.
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