VIDEO: Small firecracker-big explosion, Ayush Badoni hit consecutive sixes in the last over, the world kept watching

Lucknow: Ayush Badoni was one of the young Indian players who impressed the most in the last season of IPL. He played many good innings while playing for Lucknow Supergiants. In such a situation, the fans were surprised when he was fielded at number seven against Delhi Capitals in the third match of the 16th season. But this slim 23-year-old batsman once again won the hearts of his fans by hitting Chetan Sakaria for two consecutive sixes in the last over. The right-handed batsman scored 18 runs at a blistering strike rate of 257.14 against his home side Delhi. He hit two sixes and a four in just seven balls. Due to this explosion of Badoni, his team reached 193/6 while batting first after losing the toss.

rocked last year

Along with explosive batting, Ayush Badoni is also a right arm off break bowler. In 13 matches of the year 2022, he scored a total of 161 runs with a half-century. Last year, when Lucknow Supergiants mentor Gautam Gambhir decided to include him in the playing XI, he had not even played ‘List A’ and ‘First Class’ cricket, but had played for Sri Lanka for the India Under-19 team. He definitely had an unbeaten inning of 185 runs in the Youth Test match against India. In the Under-19 Asia Cup final held in the year 2018, he had played an inning of 52 runs off 28 balls.

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The team brought in ‘impact player’ Krishnappa Gautam to play the last ball, who hit it for a six. The Lucknow team lost two wickets in the last five overs and added 66 runs. Krunal Pandya remained unbeaten after scoring 15 runs. Before Ayush Badoni, opener Kyle Meyers for Lucknow Supergiants played a half-century innings of 73 runs, taking full advantage of the life he got at the score of 14 runs. Lucknow’s innings was full of sixes. His batsmen hit 16 sixes and just five fours. Apart from Meyers, Nicholas Pooran contributed 36 runs. Akshar Patel (1/38) bowled well for Delhi.

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