Andhra Pradesh’s Hanuma Vihari won hearts with his determination and fighting spirit in the quarterfinal match of the Ranji Trophy. He had fractured his wrist in the match against Madhya Pradesh. In such a situation, he turned into a left-handed batsman. Come to bat for your team.
He also hit two fours in his innings. One of these fours came off the ball of fast bowler Avesh Khan. Hanuma Vihari’s innings reminded me of the Sydney Test. When he and Ashwin came together to play the match against Australia. He suffered a hamstring injury during this match. Despite this, he continued to bat and prevented India from losing.
Vihari had fractured his left wrist during the Ranji match against Madhya Pradesh. He normally bats with right hand. His left hand is in front. He was unable to put it in front because of a fracture in his left wrist.
He adopted a left-handed batting stance. In such a situation, he hid his left hand behind his back. He continued to bat with only his right arm forward and was dismissed for 27.
He scored 16 runs in 37 balls in the first innings of this match. Due to this he was injured. After scans, it was determined that he would be out of action for five to six weeks. In such a situation, the team management decided. Vihari will bat only when needed.