Cardiff: Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin attributes his success in the ongoing ODI series against England to the adjustments he has made to his bowling for English conditions.
"I have tossed more because the ball hangs (in the air) a bit more here. It's better to look for help in the air than from wicket. It's better than I go after him (batsman) than he coming after me. It doesn't help if you sit back. I would rather live by the sword and die by it," said Ashwin who has picked up six wickets from four matches at 21.00.
Ashwin said he suffered from trepidation before leaving for England for the one-day series. "This is the experience I will always cherish. I will put it in my back pocket as I might have to come back here and do well for India. I have loved every bit of experience. They have hit out, I have picked wickets I will treasure it all.