Former India cricketer Aakash Chopra took to Instagram to share a video of a child taking part in phenomenal cricket photographs. The former cricketer-turned-commentator was amazed to see by how powerfully the child was hitting the ball, sending it to a protracted distance. Praising the youngsters’ expertise, the previous India opener wrote: “How good is this young kid!!!”. The video exhibits a left-handed child standing on the staircase ready for the ball to be bowled. Standing with an open stance, the child is able to free arms. And as quickly because the ball arrives, the kid exhibits no mercy and hits it very far.
The video grew to become an on the spot hit among the many followers, whereas folks praising kid’s wonderful bat swing. A person even likened the power-hitting to the Kings XI Punjab’s Chris Gayle, whereas the opposite was reminded of the six sixes that Yuvraj Singh had hit off Stuart Broad within the inaugural World T20 in 2007.
“The bat swing is outstanding,” wrote one person, whereas the opposite commented: “Junior Chris Gayle”.
“This reminds of the 6s hit by Yuvraj Singh to Broad. All over the park 360 degree shots,” stated one person.
Aakash Chopra, who may be very lively on social media, has shared such movies of younger youngsters taking part in stunning cricket photographs up to now as nicely. Instead of sharing the uncooked movies, the previous Delhi participant provides his commentary to such clips, making them extra fascinating for the viewers.
Last month, Chopra had shared an identical video of a younger woman taking part in MS Dhoni’s iconic helicopter shot to some perfection, drawing comparisons with the CSK skipper.
“Thursday Thunderbolt…our very own Pari Sharma. Isn’t she super talented?” Chopra wrote on Twitter whereas sharing the video.
With IPL simply days away from now, Akash Chopra believes that UAE wickets would possibly go well with the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) most amongst all of the groups.
“RCB does not have a strong bowling attack, in the last season they just won three matches at their home ground, they have a limited bowling attack but it can come good in the UAE as there are big grounds. So, I really think RCB can be one of the big beneficiaries with the IPL taking place abroad. Yuzvendra Chahal and Pawan Negi will have a big role to play in the UAE,” he had stated in a video posted on his official YouTube channel.
The IPL 2020 begins with a repeat of final yr’s summit conflict between Mumbai Indians and CSK on September 19, whereas RCB, eyeing their maiden IPL title, will begin their marketing campaign in opposition to 2016 champions SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) in Dubai on September 21.
(With ANI inputs)
Topics talked about on this article