Umran Malik breaks Rishabh Pant’s bat in nets during Practice, Watch Video

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A five-match T20 series is being played between India and South Africa, for which Umran Malik has also been included in the team. In the first match of the series, Umran did not get a chance to be a part of the playing XI, due to which the fans were quite disappointed. Team India will go on the field to avenge the first defeat against South Africa on June 12.

In the second T20 match, a young fast bowler can be included in Team India. This player is known for his deadly bowling. In the first T20 against South Africa, except for Avesh Khan, all bowlers spent 10 or more runs at an economy of 10.

In such a situation, in the second T20 match, Umran Malik, one of India’s fastest bowlers, can get a place in the playing XI. After IPL 2022, Umran Malik is discussed everywhere. He has become a disaster for all the batsmen with his fast pace.

He recently bowled to Indian captain Rishabh Pant in the nets and one of the deliveries was so fast that it broke Rishabh bat. Umran stood there and watched Pant as he took a look at the toe end of the bat. Bats are precious for batters and Pant has got a signal already that he should not bring his favourite bats to the nets as Umran may end up destroying it.

There has been an atmosphere of fear in the South African camp with Umran Malik joining the team. Even South Africa captain Temba Bavuma while talking to the media said- “It is very exciting for Team India to have a bowler like Umran Malik. No batsman would want to face a bowler who always bowls at 150 kmph. Umran is a big discovery for Team India.

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