Sports Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Published by: swapnil shashank
Updated Tuesday, November 9, 2021 10:51 PM IST
No bowler has thrown four on maidens in a match, including international, domestic and franchise T20s. Akshay’s action of bowling with both hands has also come to the fore.
Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy: At Akshay Karna
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Many new stars emerge at the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. Based on this tournament, the franchise selects him for the IPL. In such a situation, a spinner from Vidarbha, Akshay Karnevar, has done a great job. He has become the first bowler to throw four maiden overs in a T20 match. Akshay did this feat in the match against Manipur. Along with this, he also took two wickets.
Akshay’s achievement is also special because he bowls with both hands. No bowler has thrown four on maidens in a match, including international, domestic and franchise T20s. Akshay’s action of bowling with both hands has also come to the fore. It is also gaining popularity on social media.
The perfect T20 spell from Akshay Karnewar, India’s first ambidextrous bowler
4 overs, All Maiden v Manipur
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Vidarbha beat Manipur by 167 runs
Batting first, Vidarbha had a whopping 222 runs in 20 overs. Jitesh Sharma scored an undefeated 71 and Apoorva Wankhede scored 49 runs. In response, the Manipur team went all out after scoring just 55 runs in 16.3 overs. In this way, Vidarbha won this match by a whopping 167-run margin.
Cheap Venkatesh Bowling from Madhya Pradesh
In another match at the same tournament, young off-roader Venkatesh Iyer from Madhya Pradesh, selected for the Indian national team, also played brilliantly. He conceded just two runs in four overs against Bihar. Outside of this, Venkatesh had won two medals. Venkatesh has been rewarded for his excellent performance in domestic cricket and IPL and has been selected in the 16-man squad for the T20 series at home against New Zealand.