Wrecked devastation in 36 balls, hit sixes like a missile, played amazingly ‘Mr Pandey’

Manish Pandey scored 50 runs in 36 balls. During this his strike rate was more than 138 and he hit 5 sixes and fours.

Wrecked devastation in 36 balls, hit sixes like a missile, played amazingly 'Mr Pandey'

Manish Pandey scored 50 runs in 36 balls

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New Delhi: In the domestic T20 league being played in Karnataka, the Maharaja Trophy Indian cricket K Mr. Pandey has wreaked havoc. With the bat, he has created chaos in just 36 balls. It struck such that the teeth of the front team turned sour. He has accepted defeat. Sixes were seen flying like a missile from Pandey ji’s bat. we are talking Manish Pandey Chasing the target of 177 runs, he played a quick, sharp and quick innings. Thanks to this storm, his team Gulberg Mystic won by 3 wickets.

In the match, the team of Shivamoga Strikers scored 175 runs for 8 wickets in 20 overs. In response, Gulberg Mystic led by Manish Pandey achieved this target by losing 7 wickets from 5 balls already.

Manish Pandey hit half century in 36 balls

The role of Manish Pandey’s captaincy innings in Gulberg Mystic’s victory was the most spectacular. He scored 50 runs in just 36 balls, which included 2 fours and 3 sixes. During this innings, Manish Pandey’s strike rate was more than 138.

36 balls innings made us win

Earlier, Shivamogga Strikers had scored 175 runs for 8 wickets in 20 overs. From his side, both the batsmen played an innings of 53-53 runs and contributed in taking their team to a big score. But on his efforts, Gulberg Mystic’s captain Manish Pandey’s 36-ball innings was overshadowed.

Apart from Manish Pandey, in Gulberg Mystic’s win, lower-order CA Karthik, playing at a strike rate of above 200, scored 22 runs in just 9 balls and did the job of finishing the match.

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before last Cricket In the match, Gulberg Mystic’s team had to face defeat at the hands of Bengaluru Blasters. Then Mayank Agarwal had scored a half-century against this team.