New Delhi. South Africa 24 year old all-rounder Sean Whitehead Overnight the world has been covered. Everyone is surprised to see the amazing performance he did with the bat and then the ball. In 2016, Sean, who played the Under-19 World Cup for South Africa, took 10 wickets in an innings in a first class. In the 4-day franchise series, Sean wreaked havoc with both bat and ball while playing for South Western against Eastern.
Eastern needed 186 runs to win in the last innings, but Sean did not see any chance for the team and took the entire 10 wickets in the last innings. He took 10 wickets for 36 runs in the last innings at an economy of 2.95. Not only this, he also took 5 wickets in the first innings and also played an innings of 66 runs and 49 runs.
Batting first, South Western scored 242 runs in the first innings, Sean scored 66 runs in 106 balls in the first innings. In response, Eastern’s first innings could only score 250 runs in front of Sean’s bowling. The South Western batsmen could not show anything special in the second innings and could only score 193 runs. Sean scored 45 runs in 81 balls in the second innings.
The match was very low scoring and Eastern seemed to have the upper hand, but in the last innings, Sean not only made a strong comeback for his team, but also got his team to win by a huge margin of 120 runs by bundling Easterners for 65 runs. South Africa The national team does not have any strong spin options at this time, if Sean continues his performance like this, then the doors of the national team can open for him.