Madhya Pradesh fast bowler Avesh Khan took 6 wickets for just 37 runs against Baroda in the Vijay Hazare Trophy. The team won by 290 runs.
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After the threat of the batsmen in the Vijay Hazare Trophy, now the shine of a bowler has been seen. is talking Avesh Khan Ki who piled on a strong team like Baroda for just 59 runs with his havoc bowling at the DY Patil Stadium in Pune. The team which had players like Ambati Rayudu, Krunal Pandya could not stand before the speed of Avesh Khan. Talking about the match, Madhya Pradesh batting first scored 349 runs. In response, Baroda’s team was reduced to just 17.1 overs.
Avesh Khan also took wickets of players like Krunal Pandya, Vishnu Solanki. Apart from this, he took the wicket of opener Aditya Waghmode. Baroda lost its first wicket in the fourth over when the team’s score was 13 runs. After this Baroda’s batting collapsed like a pack of cards. Half of Baroda’s team returned to the pavilion for just 34 runs and then its leaf was cleared for just 59 runs.
Passion shines as soon as he is out of the team
Let us tell you that Avesh Khan was recently dropped from Team India. He was not even a part of the T20 World Cup squad. He could not do anything special in the number of opportunities he got. Along with this, his fitness was also not being told 100 percent, due to which his pace had also reduced considerably. But now this player has become completely fit and this player has also shown the power of his bowling.
Best performance of Avesh Khan
Let us tell you that Avesh Khan has given his best performance in List A cricket. This fast bowler from Madhya Pradesh has taken the five-wicket haul for the first time. Earlier, the best performance of this right-arm fast bowler was 3 wickets for 62 runs.
No Baroda player could touch double digits
Let us tell you that Baroda’s batting was such that not even a single batsman could touch the double figure. Captain Rayudu and Waghmode scored 9-9 runs. 10 runs must have been scored from the extra. On the other hand, Madhya Pradesh scored 349 runs on the same ground. 4 of his batsmen scored half-centuries.