After the Indian cricket workforce’s defeat within the first ODI in opposition to Australia on the Sydney Cricket Floor, many specialists opined that the Males in Blue lacked a sixth bowling choice. Skipper Virat Kohli appears to have famous their views as he used part-time off-spinner Mayank Agarwal to bowl the thirty fifth over within the second IND v AUS 2020 ODI.
The Kings XI Punjab opening batsman began his over on a good observe, conceding solely two runs off the primary 4 deliveries. Sadly, Mayank Agarwal couldn’t finish the over effectively as Steve Smith scored two boundaries off the final two balls.
Kohli took him out of the assault and introduced again Yuzvendra Chahal from the tip. Whereas many members of the cricket universe would have seen Mayank Agarwal roll his arm for the primary time, the 29-year-old from Karnataka has bowled fairly a number of occasions in home cricket.
Mayank Agarwal has taken three wickets in first-class cricket
Mayank Agarwal is majorly recognized for his unbelievable batting data within the home area, however he has additionally scalped three wickets in first-class cricket. The Bengaluru-based cricketer has bowled 59.3 overs in 19 innings, gifting away 227 runs at an economic system charge of three.81.
Notably, Mayank Agarwal’s greatest bowling figures in home cricket are 2/18. In addition to, he has additionally bowled 4 occasions in limited-overs cricket. The appropriate-arm off-spinner has not taken a wicket but with the white ball.
Though Mayank couldn’t impress a lot together with his bowling abilities, Indian followers would hope that he performs effectively with the bat. The opening partnership between Agarwal and Shikhar Dhawan will maintain the important thing to success for the Indian cricket workforce on this match, contemplating that Indian captain Kohli wouldn’t need to lose his first collection within the ICC Cricket World Cup Tremendous League.
Printed 29 Nov 2020, 12:35 IST