Even at the age of 38, MS Dhoni's friend is not giving up, played a stormy innings, stronger strike rate than Babar Azam

India won the title of T20 World Cup played in the year 2007. Under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the team won the title of world champion. A player who was a member of this team is making a splash even at the age of 38 and this player has played a stormy innings with a strike rate of more than 150.

Jul 3, 2024 - 22:59
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Even at the age of 38, MS Dhoni's friend is not giving up, played a stormy innings, stronger strike rate than Babar Azam
Even at the age of 38, MS Dhoni's friend is not giving up, played a stormy innings, stronger strike rate than Babar Azam

India has recently won the title of T20 World Cup-2024. Team India has won this title after 17 years. Earlier, in the year 2007, India had captured the first T20 World Cup. The team became champion under the captainship of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. A friend of the same Dhoni, who was also an essential part of that title victory, is still fiercely scoring runs. Even at the age of 38, this player is batting amazingly.

This player is Robin Uthappa. However, Uthappa has retired from cricket. Now he is participating in the World Championship of Legends, and playing for India Champions. In Birmingham, Uthappa played a stormy innings against England Champions and played an essential role in getting his team victory. Only retired players are participating in this tournament. Uthappa played an excellent innings in this match and made a half-century.

Uthappa and Naman Ojha opened the innings for India Champions in response to the 166 runs set by England Champions. Naman was dismissed after scoring 25 runs off 20 balls. But Uthappa stood firm. Off 32 balls, he scored 50 with four fours and two sixes. After this, he was out. During this, his strike rate was 156.25. Pakistan captain Babar Azam is younger than Uthappa, but he remains behind in terms of a strike rate like that. His strike rate was 101. He recently played in the T20 World Cup.

After Uthappa, Suresh Raina returned to the pavilion by scoring 16 runs, and captain Yuvraj Singh returned after scoring two runs. Lastly, Gurkeerat Mann played an innings of 33 runs in 17 balls and played an important role in making the team win. Irfan Pathan also contributed well with the bat and scored 22 runs in 15 balls. India Champions won this match by three wickets. Ian Bell batted fabulously for England Champions and scored his half-century. Bell hit an unbeaten 59 runs aided by nine fours in 44 balls. Samit Patel finally scored 51 runs with the help of five fours and three sixes in 25 balls. Based on these innings, England Champions scored 165 runs in 20 overs with the loss of four wickets.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer