A 24-year Old Ambidextrous Akshay Bowls With Both Arms In Same Over vs Australia
Akshay Karnewar, who is playing for Board President’s XI against Australia, has managed an outrageous feat after bowling with both the arms in the same over.
The 24-year old is an ambidextrous bowler and has shown his unique quality against the Aussies in Chennai today.
The feat occurs very rar ely in cricket, and the fans who are present in Chepauk has managed to witness the talent of Akshay against Aussie batsmen. He bowled slow left arm spin to right handed batsmen and right arm off spin to left handed batsmen in the same over.
Royal Challengers Bangalore also picked him for IPL 2016. Having started his career as an orthodox right arm off spinner, Akshay was soon forced to bowl slow left armers because his coach forced him to do so.
Started learning his traits in Nagpur, the 24-year old was soon encouraged by players across the teams to continue his good work. He continued to impress with Vidarbha in the domestic circuit and could be in for some reckoning for his variety in the coming days.
He also managed to pick up the wicket of dangerous Travis Head, who made an impressive 65 in the game.
Australia who are coming into the game on the back of a solid test win against Bangladesh, have scored a mammoth 347/7 in their 50 overs after batting first.
Board President’s XI led by Gurkeerat Mann will now have to bat their best to win the game.
Here is the video of Akshay bowling with both the arms.
— Vignesh Ananthasubramanian (@MadridistaSays) September 12, 2017
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