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In the Syed Mushtaq Ali domestic T20 Trophy this year in January 2016, Hardik Pandya has made history in one over by scoring 39 runs in one over. The bowler was Akash Sudan who became a victim of this smashing historical knock. Let us see the summary of this incredible innings.

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The Innings of Akash was a real historical epic. He belongs to Boraoda Team and he is an outstanding all-rounder. He comes at No.3. He astonished everyone in the Reliance Stadium. He scored 81 out of 51 balls. The real adventure was to score 39 runs in one over. Hue did not hit straight sixes in 6 balls but the over included 4 byes as well. That gave him the obvious advantage over the opponent team to be able to hit freely over the boundaries all over the ground.

The medium pacer from Dehli Akash Sudan had his mind blown in the 19th over. He came against the all rounder Hardik Pandya. He scored five sixes and two boundaries. The no-ball gave him the advantage for destroying the bowling of Akash. He also broke thee record of 38 runs in an over for the Newzealand’s all rounder Scott Styrus.

Akash the medium pacer came running with his first ball of 19th over,when he was hit out of the ground over the mid off boundary. Then again in the same fashion Akash was hit for a second sixer over the mid off boundary again. The third ball was hit over the square leg boundary. It was a short ball again which got punished swearly. He cleared the boundaries on all the subsequent balls by again clearing the off side boundary.

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The crowd was gone crazy after this sensational hitting from Hardik Pandya. Every effort to stop him failed and he made the bowler confused. Akash did his best to stop his demolishing shots but he ended but bowling a no-ball which created further disaster to his team and his bowling figures. Hardik was known for his all round skills but he made history in this T20 which includes him in the list of most thrilling and fastest run scorers in history of T20 cricket.

Hardik did an equally splendid job for his team in the bowling department as well. He bowled superbly in the second innings and was able to take e three important wickets of the Dehli Team. His most dangerous victim was Gautam Gambhir.

In the Syed Mushtaq Ali domestic T20 Trophy this year in January 2016, Hardik Pandya has made history in one over by scoring 39 runs in one over. The bowler was Akash Sudan who became a victim of this smashing historical knock. Let us see the summary of this incredible innings.

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The Innings of Akash was a real historical epic. He belongs to Boraoda Team and he is an outstanding all-rounder. He comes at No.3. He astonished everyone in the Reliance Stadium. He scored 81 out of 51 balls. The real adventure was to score 39 runs in one over. Hue did not hit straight sixes in 6 balls but the over included 4 byes as well. That gave him the obvious advantage over the opponent team to be able to hit freely over the boundaries all over the ground.

The medium pacer from Dehli Akash Sudan had his mind blown in the 19th over. He came against the all rounder Hardik Pandya. He scored five sixes and two boundaries. The no-ball gave him the advantage for destroying the bowling of Akash. He also broke thee record of 38 runs in an over for the Newzealand’s all rounder Scott Styrus.

Akash the medium pacer came running with his first ball of 19th over,when he was hit out of the ground over the mid off boundary. Then again in the same fashion Akash was hit for a second sixer over the mid off boundary again. The third ball was hit over the square leg boundary. It was a short ball again which got punished swearly. He cleared the boundaries on all the subsequent balls by again clearing the off side boundary.

The crowd was gone crazy after this sensational hitting from Hardik Pandya. Every effort to stop him failed and he made the bowler confused. Akash did his best to stop his demolishing shots but he ended but bowling a no-ball which created further disaster to his team and his bowling figures. Hardik was known for his all round skills but he made history in this T20 which includes him in the list of most thrilling and fastest run scorers in history of T20 cricket.

Hardik did an equally splendid job for his team in the bowling department as well. He bowled superbly in the second innings and was able to take e three important wickets of the Dehli Team. His most dangerous victim was Gautam Gambhir.

This inning has made Hardik a great bright prospect for the upcoming Australian tour of Indian team. Who knows what upset he can pull out on an Australian soil. This me maybe the beginning of a new era for the promising all-rounder who has the great potential to upset the Aussie bowling lineup.

The Threat For Aussie Bowlers

His team was able to put on a fighting total of 153 for 6 wickets in full 20 overs. Despite this gallant effort, Delhi team could not be stopped and won the match to gain the top spot in the group C. They won the match with only 5 wickets down. Despite the incredible run scoring and half century of Hardik, he was not able to get his team through to the victory.

This inning has made Hardik a great bright prospect for the upcoming Australian tour of Indian team. Who knows what upset he can pull out on an Australian soil. This me maybe the beginning of a new era for the promising all-rounder who has the great potential to upset the Aussie bowling lineup.

The Threat For Aussie Bowlers

His team was able to put on a fighting total of 153 for 6 wickets in full 20 overs. Despite this gallant effort, Delhi team could not be stopped and won the match to gain the top spot in the group C. They won the match with only 5 wickets down. Despite the incredible run scoring and half century of Hardik, he was not able to get his team through to the victory.

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