Shocks in 3 consecutive games, 2 wickets in the same more, became the hero on Twitter Shardul Thakur | News in Hindi

Pune: Indian team’s quick pitcher Shardul Thakur achieved a feat for the third time in three consecutive matches which led to India winning the match. Even if he didn’t get “the man of the match” for it. Due to his exploits, Shardul Thakur has become a hero on Twitter. In fact, Shardul Thakur was a game-changer by taking over the wickets of Eoin Morgan and Jos Buttler at the same time on the crucial occasion of the first ODI against England.

Whenever LORD SHARDUL picks up counters for India at the right time

Almost in this series he plays a critical role #INDvENG #INDvsENG

– Siva Harsha (@ SivaHarsha_1) March 23, 2021

I believe in the supremacy of Lord Shardul Thakur

– Shivani (@meme_ki_diwani) March 23, 2021

Lord Shardul who breathes fire. 146! #INDvENG

– Arpan (@ThatCricketHead) March 23, 2021

Shardul did amazing

In the first ODI match, Shardul Thakur caught Eoin Morgan by KL Rahul on the first ball from the 25th above. After that, Jos Buttler was returned LBW on the fourth ball of the same end. This is not the first time that Shardul Thakur has changed the course of the match by taking 2 wickets in the same over. Earlier, in the fourth and fifth matches of T20, Shardul Thakur opened the doors to victory for India by doing so.

Reverse the dice in the fourth and fifth T20 also

With the game almost 50-50 in the fourth T20, Shardul got the team back by brushing off Oyen Morgan and Ben Stokes in a similar fashion. After that, in the fifth T20 as well, Shardul won the team with wickets of David Malan and Johnny Bairstow in one. Simply put, he took two wickets in one more in the third game in a row.

Let us know that India beat England by 66 points in the opener of the three-game ODI series. In that game, India scored a big score of 317 points in the first game, in response to which England could score 251 points after losing all of their wickets in 42.5 overs. In this match, India dominated England in all departments.

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