Rajvardhan Hangargekar was accused of fraud

Indian Under-19 team player Rajyavardhan Hangargekar has faced a major allegation of cheating. The burden of fast bowling was on the shoulders of Maharashtra’s young player Rajvardhan Hungergekar in the team under the captaincy of Yash Dhull, who recently won the title of the Under-19 World Cup. Hungergekar did not allow the players of the opposing team to score freely on the basis of his speedy balls and Team India finally managed to win the title, but in one case this player seems to be stuck.

Found guilty in BCCI investigation

Rajyavardhan Hangargekar impressed everyone with his bowling in the Under-19 World Cup. But this player has been accused of hiding his age. Actually, Hungergekar’s real age is 21 years and despite this he played the Under-19 World Cup. For which they have been found guilty.

At the same time, this IAS officer has written a letter to the BCCI on this whole matter, in which he has also sent evidence against Hungergekar. Executive Officer (CEO) Rahul Gupta has confirmed the date of birth of Rajvardhan Hungergekar. In which the age of this player has been found to be 21 years.

CSK can take big action?

Rajvardhan Hangargekar

Rajyavardhan Hangargekar left a deep impression in the Under-19 World Cup. Due to which he was bought by paying big money in the mega auction of IPL. Chennai Super Kings has included this player in their team by putting a huge cost of 1.5 crores. In such a situation, the sword can hang on his IPL career.

In fact, BCCI often takes big action on age fraud case. Due to which this player may have to pay a heavy price.

Has shown power with bat and ball in Under-19 World Cup

Rajvardhan Hangargekar

for the HungerGecker under-19 world The performance in the cup was mixed. He could take only 5 wickets in the tournament. Even though he did not get much success but he looked economical throughout the tournament. His best performance was 2 for 8 which he did against Uganda. Hungergekar not only bowls fast, he also has the ability to play big shots.

During the World Cup, he scored an unbeaten 39 * in 17 balls in the match against Ireland. During this he hit 1 four and 5 sixes.