Zimbabwe’s biggest ‘Alexander’, whose runs are bursting with bat, India will have to survive

This batsman had batted amazingly in the ODI and T20 series played against Bangladesh recently and led the team to victory.

Sikandar Raza (at right) scored two centuries against Bangladesh. (AFP Photo)

The Indian cricket team has recently achieved victory in the West Indies. Team India defeated the Windies in both the ODI and T20 series. Now his next stop is Zimbabwe. India has to play a three-match ODI series in Zimbabwe. Although Zimbabwe’s team is considered to be much weaker than India. But there is a batsman in this team who can become a problem for India. this is a batsman Sikandar Raza,

Raza is in excellent form at the moment and is scoring runs fiercely. Zimbabwe surprised everyone by defeating Bangladesh recently. Raza’s brilliant batting played an important role in this victory of Zimbabwe. If Raza continues this form, then he can become a problem for India.

2 centuries in 3 matches

It was not easy for Zimbabwe to beat Bangladesh but Raza’s brilliant batting had made it easy. Bangladesh played a three match ODI series against Zimbabwe. In the first match of this series, Raza played a brilliant century. Raza scored an unbeaten 135 in this match. In this innings, he hit eight fours and six sixes. Zimbabwe won this match by five wickets. In the second match of this series, Raza’s bat also scored a century and this century was also the winning century. Raza scored an unbeaten 117 runs. Raza hit eight fours and four sixes in his innings. This time too, he managed to win the team by five wickets while remaining unbeaten.

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Shown in T20 too

before one-day series Zimbabwe played a three-match T20 series against Bangladesh and in this series also Raza showed his bat skills. In the first match of the series, Raza scored an unbeaten 65 runs. In this stormy innings, Raza played only 26 balls and hit four sixes in addition to seven fours. In the second match of the series too, Raza scored a half-century. This time he scored 62 runs in 53 balls with the help of four fours and two sixes. That is, in the last six innings, a total of 379 runs have come out of Raza’s bat. Zimbabwe’s team would like Raza to continue his form and score useful runs for the team against India.