Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy Akshay Karnevar
Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy: Vidarbha spinner Akshay Karnewar impressed in the Syed Mustaq Ali Trophy. In the match against Manipur, he placed a total of four maidens in his quota. Not a single run was given in these four overs. Also took two wickets.
Akshay bowled with both hands and became the first bowler in the world to achieve this feat in T20 cricket. No bowler, including the International, Domestic and Franchise T20s, has bowled maidens in all four overs. The match was played in Mangalagiri on Monday.
Akshay, who batted first in the match, batted first for Vidarbha and scored a massive 222 in 20 overs. Jitesh Sharma was unbeaten on 71 and Apoorva Wankhede on 49. Manipur were then all out for 55 in 16.3 overs. Vidarbha won by 167 runs.
Venkatesh Iyer 2 runs in 4 overs ..
Madhya Pradesh young all-rounder Venkatesh Iyer also bowled sparingly in the match against Bihar. He made 2 runs and added 2 maidens in 4 overs and took 2 wickets. Venkatesh Iyer, who has done well in IPL Phase-2, has been selected in the Indian squad for the T20 series against New Zealand at home.
Rahul Dravid will start his career as a full-time coach from the series against New Zealand. It is known that Rohit Sharma is the captain.
The Perfect T20 Spell from Akshay Karnewar, India’s First Ambidextrous Bowler
4 overs, All Maiden against Manipur
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