Abhimanyu Mithun is the captain of Hooghly Tigers in Karnataka’s Maharaja T20 Trophy. When the mountain of runs came in front of the team, he single-handedly shouted to climb it.
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New Delhi: The target was big but he was standing alone on the wicket. When that captain’s feet were lying on the wicket, things were not good. The top batsmen had gone to the dugout. Those who were there were also slipping instead of recovering. But this captain did not let the team’s victory slip out of hand. It was as if he had decided to go ahead or cross today. That’s when he played the innings which was the biggest of his T20 career. The same number of sixes were hit in one match alone, as many were hit in the matches played before. we were talking Maharaja T20 Trophy 2022 I am playingbhimanyu mithun Of.
Abhimanyu Mithun is the captain of Hooghly Tigers in Karnataka’s Maharaja T20 Trophy. And when the mountain of runs came in front of the team, he single-handedly shouted to climb it. He returned unbeaten from the wicket, returning the team to victory.
Poor start ahead of the target of 137 runs
In the match against Bangalore Blasters, Hooghly Tigers got the target of 137 runs in 16 overs under the VJD rule. Chasing this target, Hooghly Tigers had a poor start. They lost the top 3 wickets for just 18 runs. After this, he got the fourth blow within 50 runs. Reaching 87, half the players of Hooghly Tigers were in the dugout and the team was in trouble. In such a situation, Captain Abhimanyu Mithun took over the command.
Abhimanyu Mithun’s fifty
Mithun faced 22 balls and scored an unbeaten 51 runs with a strike rate of more than 231 and won the match for the team. His innings included 5 sixes and 2 fours. this T20 Cricket In his first half-century with the bat.
Hubli Tigers won the match by 4 wickets
On the basis of Abhimanyu Mithun’s half-century, Hubli Tigers won the match against Bangalore Blasters by 4 wickets. He achieved the target of 137 runs to be made in 16 overs, 1 ball already. Earlier, Bengaluru Blasters had scored 119 runs for 5 wickets in 16 overs while playing first. His captain Mayank Agarwal scored the highest 43 runs from his side.