Nehal Wadhera: A 22-year-old player has been given a chance to make his debut in the first match of the Mumbai Indians team in IPL 2023. As soon as he entered the ring, he created panic.
Nehal Wadhera: There is no doubt that IPL is a platform for the young players of India to showcase their mettle. So far, many youngsters have impressed in the Indian Premier League. The IPL continues uninterruptedly from the first season to the sixteenth season. IPL, which has turned many unknown players into stars overnight, is once again ready to create buzz. A similar thing was seen again in the match between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians on Sunday.
In the match at the Chinnaswamy Stadium, RCB won the toss and invited Mumbai to bat. Mumbai started badly. As a result, Mumbai lost 4 wickets for 48 runs in 8.5 overs. 22-year-old Nehal Wadhera came in to bat after big names like Rohit Sharma, Ishan Kishan, Cameron Green and Suryakumar Yadav were out.
101 meter long six in Karn Sharma’s bowling..
Fans did not know that Nehal is making his IPL debut. But, within a short time, Nehal gained recognition for his fierce batting power. Nehal, who started batting with Tilak Verma at one end, scored 21 runs in just 13 balls with two sixes. There was also a huge six from his bat. This made him the first Indian batsman to hit a 100 meter long six in IPL 2023. Karn Sharma hit the third ball of the 14th over towards mid-wicket for a six. The ball lands 101 meters away.
Mumbai batter who showed his mark with short innings..
Left-handed batsman Nehal Wadhera.. after hitting a 101 meter long six, was caught by the same bowler. Virat Kohli gets a catch and joins the pavilion. However, in his short innings i.e. he impressed with a fierce innings of 21 runs off just 13 balls. He shocked the giants by batting fearlessly under pressure.
On behalf of domestic cricket Punjab..
The massive 101M six by the debutant, Nehal Wadhera.
The first Indian to smash a 100M six in IPL 2023. pic.twitter.com/jAGHyQDu00
— Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) April 2, 2023
Born on September 4, 2000 in Ludhiana, Punjab, Nehar Wadhera is a member of the Indian Under-19 cricket team. He plays domestic cricket for Punjab. He made his Ranji debut for Punjab in a match against Gujarat in January this year. He played 5 matches for Punjab and scored 376 runs at an average of 53.71 including 2 centuries in 7 innings.
Century on debut in Ranji..
He started his Ranji career by scoring a century on his debut innings against Gujarat. He then scored a double century in the third match against Madhya Pradesh in Mohali. He played an innings of 214 runs in this match. Apart from batting, Nehal Wadhera is also impressive with leg spin bowling. That’s why they gave him priority in IPL.
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