‘Fire’ in England at the pace of Umesh Yadav, winning the match by piling up wickets – Video

Team India’s star pacer Umesh Yadav signed a deal with Middlesex County Club on the tour of England last month and is achieving success for it.

On the basis of Umesh Yadav’s performance, Middlesex has won 4 out of 5 matches.

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There is a lot of cricket happening in England these days. Together the hundred And Royal London One Day Cup Like what is happening in the tournament and cricket fans are getting a lot of entertainment. Although very few Indian players are seen playing in England’s domestic cricket, but this time the situation is different. Especially in the ODI tournament, many famous Indian cricketers are showing their flair. In this, the star fast bowler of Team India Umesh Yadav There are also those whose speed has set fire in this tournament.

Umesh Yadav, who went on a tour of England with Team India last month, did not get a chance to play in the Test match then, but England’s county club Middlesex signed him and gave him a chance to show his flair on the field. Since then, Umesh has created panic. Especially in the Royal London One Day Cup, he has wreaked such havoc, that it is difficult for the batsmen to stay on the crease.

Most wickets in the tournament

Playing for Middlesex, Umesh has so far stepped on the field in 5 matches of this tournament and has taken the most wickets in the tournament. The 34-year-old veteran Indian pacer has taken the maximum 15 wickets in these 5 matches at an average of 17 and a tremendous strike rate of 18. Out of this, Umesh has also done wonders of taking 5 wickets in an innings.

The most important thing about this performance of Umesh is that with the help of his bowling, Middlesex has won 4 out of these 5 matches. The team did not win only in the first match of the season, in which Umesh could take only 1 wicket.

Centurion batsman was piled up

On Sunday 14th August also Umesh Yadav bowled well and bowled with an economy of less than 6 runs per over even in the rain of runs. In this match against Somerset, Umesh spent 58 runs in 10 overs and took two wickets. Both these wickets belonged to the openers, one of whom also scored a brilliant century. Middlesex chased down the target of 336 runs and won by 1 wicket.