Indian team’s experienced spinner Amit Mishra has come into the limelight.
Amit Mishra holds the record for taking 3 hat-tricks in IPL.
New Delhi. With the increasing age of former Indian cricket team spinner Amit Mishra, the discussion of his name has also reduced. The name of this bowler, who was away from all the three formats of Team India many years ago, has suddenly once again come into the limelight. The reason is completely different and which many people know, but there are many who do not have any idea about it.
The biggest achievement that Amit Mishra achieved in his cricket career is that he is associated with the Indian Premier League. The name of this bowler holds the record of taking hat-trick for the most number of times in the tournament. Mishra ji has taken hat-trick in IPL not once or twice but thrice. When this tournament was played for the first time in 2008, he did this feat for the first time. After this, in the year 2011 and again in 2013, he showed the same feat.
Mishra ji has also given his name in the IPL auction to be held for 2023. He is the oldest player to participate in this mini auction. Everyone’s eye is going to be on this player who has crossed 40 years. By the way, the eye will be on another player whose age is 15 years. There is a lot of discussion going on about this youth of Afghanistan.
Connection between Amit Mishra and Allah Mohd.
The connection between Mishra ji and the Afghani youth is being forged only because of this tournament. Both of them are spinners and both will be part of the auction. But the main reason for the connection is that while Mohammad is the youngest player in the auction this time, Mishra is the oldest bowler. Means counting of age is starting from one, then it is ending at the other. Between these two, the age of the rest of the players comes. On the one hand, where Mohammad, who will join the franchise team in the auction, will be a 15-year-old player, Mishra ji has completed 15 years in the IPL with his selection.
FIRST PUBLISHED : December 16, 2022, 11:16 IST