Kedal Jadhab was caught vertically in front of a stump by South African pacemaker Henrich Norche.
Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) Batter Kedal Judhab The IPL’s 33rd match against Delhi Capitals (DC) produced disappointing performance. Jadhav consumed eight balls and scored three runs before leaving Anirch Nortje.
A right-handed player was plumply caught in front of a stump by a South African pacemaker and was identified as an LBW. Jadhav has reviewed the decision. And the replay showed that the ball would have hit a central stump.
West Indies legend Brian Lara is surprised that Jadab went to the review. Lara commented that the decision did not need to be revisited, adding that Jadab’s act of going upstairs was unbelievable.
“Why does he need to review it? It was unbelievable to actually go and ask for its referral. I couldn’t believe it. We said,” What is he doing? “It was like,” Lara said in a chat with Star Sports.
Henrich Norche and Kagiso Rabada participated in the IPL in good shape: Brian Lara
Brian Lara He also states that Anrich Nortje and Kagiso Rabada are participating in the second round of the IPL in a very good way. Norche added that he didn’t give the batter much room, and Lara concluded that Jadab’s ticket gates were absolutely vertical.
“It shows the fact that they were playing cricket in South Africa and they entered the IPL in good shape. He is a sharp bowler. And very importantly, he straightens the bowl. And it doesn’t give you a lot of space, and the ticket gates were typical. Straight and vertical, “Lara concludes.
Delhi Capitals (DC) performed brilliantly in the field, beating the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) side in the IPL Phase 2 opening match, leaving eight wickets. Currently, the leader of the reshab pants occupies the top position. Point table.
Brian Lara is one of the best batters in a cricket match. The left-handed batting icon represents the West Indies side with 131 tests and 299 ODIs. Lara plundered an astonishing 10405 run in the game’s ODI format while he was collecting 11953 runs in a test match cricket. This 52-year-old is also the only batter in the history of the game to record the 4th century in test match cricket.