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Karthik Tyagi after taking the wicket of Quinton Dickock during the match against Mumbai Indians on Tuesday night.
- Karthik Tyagi, who hails from Uttar Pradesh, drew attention with speed and swing in the Under-19 World Cup.
- Rajasthan Royals bought this pacer for 1.3 crores, on Tuesday they played the first match
In IPL season 13, another fast bowler from India has impressed everyone. Karthik Tyagi, who hails from Uttar Pradesh and is playing IPL for Rajasthan Royals, played the first match against Mumbai on Tuesday night. His bowling greatly influenced World No.1 all-rounder Ben Stokes. Stokes said – Tyagi’s runup is like Brett Lee and bowling Ishant Sharma. A few months ago, former India team bowler Praveen Kumar described Tyagi as a fast-paced fast bowler.
Dickock did not understand Tyagi’s ball
In the first match against Mumbai, Tyagi took the wicket of Quinton Dickock for 36 runs in 4 overs. Dickock and Rohit Sharma came for the opening. Tyagi’s fast pace caught in the glove of wicketkeeper Jose Butler, taking the outer edge of the out-swinger Dickock’s bat. Dickock also looked shocked after being dismissed. However, Tyagi could not get any wickets after this. But, Mumbai batsmen were upset due to the pace and bounce on the batting friendly wicket.
Straight runup and action
Tyagi was also praised by former New Zealand fast bowlers Shane Bond and Danny Morrison during the Under-19 World Cup. Morrison had said – just look at his speed and swing at the age of 18. If they continue to focus on fitness, then Team India will have a very dangerous pace in the coming days. Bond had said – his runup and action are straightforward. Has strong shoulders. Therefore, he can bounce the ball from anywhere on the wicket.
Praveen Kumar also praised
Former Team India fast bowler Praveen Kumar also comes from UP. He had a conversation with Suresh Raina on Karthik’s bowling. After this, Karthik went ahead. Praveen had said- This boy is a very cooked bowler. His pace will increase. Now Ben Stokes has also praised Karthik’s runup and bowling.