Former Indian cricketer Aakash Chopra predicts about Umran Malik this boy will go a long way


In IPL 2022, Umran Malik made many world-class batsmen think with his fast pace bowling. Malik, who joined the Sunrisers Hyderabad team last year as a replacement for T Natarajan, impressed the management with his speed. He bowled at a speed of 150 km/h and as a result Hyderabad retained him before IPL 2022.

The fast bowler, who played the full season in IPL 2022, won the trust of the management. He took 22 wickets in 14 matches. He became the fourth highest wicket-taker in the tournament. He also got a reward for this excellent performance. Umran Malik has got a place in the Indian team for the upcoming South Africa T20 series.

He also won the hearts of cricket experts and fans with his brilliant performance in IPL 2022. One of those who was impressed by Umran’s scintillating action was former Indian batsman and now cricket expert Aakash Chopra, who said the youngster stunned the opposition batsmen with his speed.

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Aakash Chopra said on his YouTube channel, “First on that list is Umran Malik. His name is going to come up anyway. That is Jammu Tawi Express. What a great fast bowler he is. His ball is quick. He has scared and intimidated people with his bowling.

He said, “He got hit in a match or two. When runs are scored on his ball, he gets very expensive. Then the dam breaks. 40 runs in four overs. Quite often, Kane Williamson has given him his entire quota as well. But whenever he has bowled well, he has taken 3-4 wickets and even has taken five wickets.

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He continued, “Of course, everyone will talk about his pace because he has that. But what I liked about him was that when he started, he was rolling the ball around. She was going everywhere but she improved further in the tournament.

Chopra said, “He gave runs later too, but it was not because he was bowling wide. The batsmen play well at times, use the pace well, which happens. But this guy is too far ahead.” Will go.”

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