Team India Test cricketer Hanuma Vihari is getting praise from everyone with his inspiring innings. He is currently leading the Andhra team in the Ranji Trophy and is not counting on injury to save his team from defeat.
Team India Test cricketer Hanuma Vihari is getting praise from everyone with his inspiring innings. He is currently leading the Andhra team in the Ranji Trophy and is not counting on injury to save his team from defeat. Ranji Trophy quarter-final-4 match batting single-handedly and receiving praise from all. On the first day of the match, speed bowler Avesh Khan was injured while bowling and Vihari suffered a wrist fracture. But as the team was in trouble, he batted with one hand while bearing the pain, not even considering the fracture. That too he batted with his left hand which was different from his batting style. Vihari, who scored a hard fought 27 in the first innings, added the required runs for his team and returned as the last wicket. But his fellow cricketers failed to match his spirit. As a result, Vihari had to bat again on the third day. After the Andhra team lost 9 wickets for 76 runs, Vihari came into the ring again and batted with his left hand. He faced a total of 16 balls and scored 15 runs with the help of three boundaries. Here too he turned back for the last wicket. Especially the boundaries he hit while facing the opposing bowlers were the highlight of the entire match. Videos related to these are currently going viral on social media. Cricket fans are showering praises on Vihari’s spirit.
As for the match, Andhra Pradesh, who batted first, scored 379 runs in the first innings. After that, Madhya Pradesh was bowled out for 228 runs in the first innings. However, after gaining a crucial first innings lead of 151 runs, Andhra collapsed to just 93 runs in the second innings. At the end of the third day’s play, they scored 58 runs without losing a wicket in the second innings. Madhya Pradesh need 187 more runs to win. Still have 10 wickets in hand.
Vihari steps out to off-spinner Saransh Jain and lofts him over mid-on for four! A cracking reverse-sweep follows to deep cover. Goosebumps!@sportstarweb #RanjiTrophy
— Lalith Kalidas (@lal__kal) February 2, 2023
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