Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy: Mumbai batsman and U-19 star Yashasvi Jaiswal hit 2 consecutive sixes off S Sreesanth after the Kerala pacer tried to sledge him.
Sreesanth made his comeback for Kerala in Mushtaq Ali 2021. (Courtesy: @sreesanth36)
- Yashasvi Jaiswal hit 2 consecutive sixes of Sreesanth
- Sreesanth went wicketless in the sport whereas Jaiswal scored a 32-ball 40
- Kerala received the match by 8 wickets towards Mumbai on Thursday
On successful the toss towards Mumbai, in their Syed Mushtaq Ali encounter on January 13, Kerala opted o subject first, Mumbai seemed stable with openers Yashasvi Jaiswal and Aditya Tare charging at the Kerala bowlers.
However earlier than the charging went full circulation, Mumbai had a pretty gradual begin with 39/0 after the primary 5 overs. Kerala pacer Sreesanth, bowling his third over in the spell, got here in to bowl the final over of Powerplay with Yashasvi Jaiswal on strike. Sreesanth, who bagged his first wicket in 7 years towards Puducherry on Monday, stared down at the batsman after a dot ball.
A lot to Sreesanth’s shock, Jaiswal subsequent smacked him for a large six over deep midwicket. Jaiswal tried to play a comparable shot in the earlier supply however failed to attach. On the subsequent supply, Sreesanth pitched it back of a size and Jaiswal as soon as once more smacked it over mid-wicket.
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Sreesanth, who had conceded solely 12 runs in his first 2 overs, ended up making a gift of 18 runs in the sixth over as Jaiswal adopted up the 2 sixes for a boundary. Jaiswal was lastly dismissed for 40 off 32 however Sreesanth remained wicketless in Thursday’s sport.
Nevertheless, it turned out to be Kerala’s day with Mohammed Azharuddeen hitting a 37-ball hundred which additionally the third highest T20 rating by an Indian.
Kerala was guided, to an 8-wicket victory over Mumbai, by Mohammed Azharuddeen’s unbeaten 137 off 54 balls which additionally the third highest T20 rating by an Indian. Kerala got a goal of 197, which they accomplished inside simply 15.5 overs, with Azharuddeen hitting a last-ball six of Siddesh Lad at the Wankhede stadium.