Pat Cummins feels scared of the Indian batsman, said- 'It is scary for me to bowl to him…'

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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New Delhi. Praising Abhishek Sharma, who bats at a strike rate of 209.41 in the current season of the Indian Premier League (IPL), Sunrisers Hyderabad captain and experienced fast bowler Pat Cummins said that he would not like to bowl to this explosive batsman because he is very scary. . Is. In the current season of the league, Abhishek has created fear in the minds of his IPL team and the bowlers including Australia captain Cummins.

“He (Abhishek) is amazing,” Cummins said at the awards ceremony after the match. I wouldn't like to bowl to him. It is scary because he plays without any fear against fast bowlers and spinners. Cummins also praised Nitish Reddy. Cummins said, “Nitish is a class player, mature beyond his age, he understands the game very well. He is a perfect fit for our top order.”

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Let us tell you that Abhishek hit six sixes and five fours in his innings of 66 runs in 28 balls against Punjab Kings on Sunday, due to which his team achieved the target of 215 runs with five balls remaining. The 23-year-old Abhishek, who represents Punjab in domestic cricket, has scored 467 runs in 13 matches at a strike rate of around 210 in this IPL season. During this period he has hit 41 sixes and 35 fours. He has become the Indian batsman to hit the most sixes in a single season of IPL.

Abhishek scored a half-century in 21 balls against Punjab, which is his slowest half-century this season. Earlier, he had completed 50 runs in 16 balls against Mumbai Indians and 50 runs in 19 balls against Lucknow Super Giants. During this period his strike rate has been 205.64. Abhishek's best score was 75 not out which he made against Lucknow Super Giants.

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