India vs Bangladesh: Indian left-arm medium-pacer Khaleel Ahmed, for his below-par performance, has been trolled on social media after being hit by seven consecutive boundaries in T20 Internationals, in the second T20 match between India and Bangladesh at Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Rajkot. Khaleel Ahmed is the worst let down pacer so far as no bowler has given maximum boundaries to the opponents. However, there were high chances of India and Bangladesh in Rajkot after opting for fielding.
Bangladesh opener Mohammad Naim hit the 21-year-old for 3 successive fours in the pacer’s first over. In the first T20I, Mushfiqur Rahim charged Khaleel for 4 consecutive fours in the penultimate over of the game.
After winning the toss, Bangladesh was put to bat by India and gave a target of 154 for the Indian team to chase.
But what was eye-catching, Bangladesh had an excellent start at Liton das and Naim and finished at 59 runs in just 7 overs.
However, poor bowling didn’t go well with the Indian fans and they chose to troll her.
Bangladesh was enough Rishabh Pant’s stumping of Liton Das Not Out by the TV umpire.
But what was eye-catching, Bangladesh brilliant start. They started out with Liton das and Naim 59 runs in just 7 overs. Skipper Rohit Sharma Das was granted in 7th over before a run out in the next over itself. Das’ seemed to be improving, but in the 7th over he was run out by skipper Rohit Sharma in the next over itself.
Washington Sundar collected the second wicket as Mohammad Naim, who looked in a stable position. But gian caught out in the third delivery of Sundar’s last over.
Bangladesh’s star in the first T20, Mushfiqur Rahim, somehow couldn’t prove their worth in the second match as Yuzvendra Chahal.
In 13th over of the game, he picked his wicket. Rishabh Pant successfully root out the bails as he had stumped Soumya Sarkar after being creased off Chahal’s previous delivery.
Khaleel Ahmed made his Twenty20 debut for Rajasthan in the 2016–17 Inter State Twenty-20 Tournament on 5 February 2017.
Before this Twenty20 debut, he was part of India’s squad for the 2016 Under-19 Cricket World Cup.
First-class debut for Rajasthan in the 2017–18 Ranji Trophy on October 6, 2017.