W, W, W, Rajasthan kept on the bench for 12 matches, Gambhir’s favorite did wonders as soon as he got the chance

Hospice: Rajasthan Royals have kept their team’s leading fast bowler Navdeep Saini on the bench continuously for IPL 2023. Saini, who played for the Indian team, got a chance to play only two matches last season. This season the team gave Saini a chance in his first match. But after that remained out for 12 consecutive matches. Now in their last league match of the season against Punjab Kings, Rajasthan gave Saini a chance to play.

wicket taken in first over

Navdeep Singh is playing the match after about one and a half months. It showed its effect and Atharva Tayde hit him for a four on the first two balls of the spell. But on the fourth ball of the over, he took the wicket of Atharva. Saini’s 146 kmph speed ball did not come properly on Atharva’s bat. She went straight into the hands of Devadatta Paddikal.

Navdeep Saini became more dangerous in his second over. He bowled Liam Livingstone, who did a stormy batting in the last match. Livingstone tried to hit a big shot on the fast ball but the ball did not come on the bat and he was bowled.

Jitesh was also hunted

In his third over, Navdeep Saini also took the wicket of Jitesh Sharma, who was set on the pitch. Jitesh had hit two fours and a six against him but Saini took revenge by dismissing him. After this Saini bowled the 18th over of the innings. He gave only 8 runs in this over. He took 3 big wickets for 40 runs in a spell of 4 overs.

Haryana fast bowler Navdeep Singh plays domestic cricket for Delhi. Former Indian team opener Gautam Gambhir has contributed a lot in his career. It was Gambhir who got Navdeep selected in the Delhi Ranji team by putting pressure on the selectors. He considers Gambhir no less than a god for himself.

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