A bizarre delivery went for a boundary

A bizarre delivery went for a boundary

A bizarre delivery went for a boundary[pic Source : Facebook]

People are trying to become the next Lasith Malinga or even Mitchell Johnson, but it’s not easy. Both the bowlers are different from most of their contemporaries because of their sling-arm bowling action. Now a video is going viral on social media in that a bowler can try to copy Lasith Manliga’s bowling action.

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The bowler can bowl a delivery that went for a boundary. In that video, the bowler bowled a biggest wide delivery of cricket history. He can try to copy Lasith Malinga’s bowling action but failed.

Click here for the video of that delivery

Gautam Gambhir on team India’s wicket-keeping options

“Personally, I have always backed Sanju Samson ahead of Rishabh for wicketkeeper-batsman’s role, but it is disappointing to see the team-management using words like ‘from fearless to careless’, ‘rap on Rishbah’s knuckles’ and ‘need for a backup of Rishabh’,” Gambhir wrote in his column for Times of India.

“This is no way to handle a young human resource. Everyone wants him to play ‘sensible’ cricket. I don’t know what that means. What I do know is that the boy is now playing for survival rather than scoring runs. From the outside, it seems that his mindset is all over the place. Someone needs to put an arm around his shoulder and tell him that he is wanted in the team,” Gambhir wrote.

“All the young players need to understand that there is a fine line between fearless cricket and careless cricket. What the team management is asking from them is fearless cricket, having clear gameplans and playing with intent, but at the same time, you can’t be careless. I am sure they are smart enough to understand that,” batting Coach Vikram Rathour said.

“As far as Rishabh is concerned, he is a phenomenal player, he just needs to sort out his gameplan, needs to bring in a little bit of discipline in his cricket.

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