Harry Brook: These are not PSL flat pitches Maccha.. Netizens’ trolling on Sunrisers’ batter for Rs.13.25 crore

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Sunrisers Hyderabad suffered their second consecutive defeat in IPL 2023. In the first match, Hyderabad was badly defeated by Rajasthan. In the second match, they were also defeated by Lucknow. England’s young batting sensation Harry Brook, who was bought for Rs 13.25 crore in the IPL auction held before this season, has failed in two consecutive matches. Netizens are trolling him due to this.

Harry Brook’s acquisition by Sunrisers at a huge price was considered reasonable by all. Seeing Harry Brook’s form before the IPL, former cricketers thought that he would definitely be in the Orange Cap race. It was expected that he would show the same style of performance in the IPL as well, having excelled in Tests and Pakistan Super League (PSL). But this English batsman was troubled in two consecutive matches.

Brook, who played 8 innings for Lahore Qalandars in PSL 2022, scored 264 runs at a strike rate of 171.4. There is also a century in it. His performance in Test cricket is better. Brook, who scored 809 runs in 10 innings, scored 4 centuries and three half-centuries. Seeing the way he is playing in Tests.. England captain Ben Stokes.. compared Brooke with Virat Kohli. Kohli predicts that he will be successful in all formats.

Brook, who poured a flood of runs on the soil of Pakistan, is failing in the IPL. He scored a total of 16 runs in two innings. Brook, who scored 14 runs in the first match, was bowled by Chahal. In the second match Ravi Bishnoi was stumped by bowling after scoring 3 runs. England’s young player is struggling to face the Indian spinners.

Netizens are trolling him due to this. These are not the highways of Pakistan. They are saying that these are not the flat pitches of the Pakistan Super League. Harry Brook is being exposed in IPL.. His weaknesses are being pointed out as he cannot face quality bowlers.

In fact, none of the Sunrisers batsmen are playing up to par. On a pitch where Rajasthan scored 203 runs for the loss of 5 wickets, the Sunrisers batsmen were limited to 131/8. Batting first in the second match, the Orange Army made 121 runs against a very difficult score. Lucknow achieved the short target in 16 overs. In the first match, Chahal took 4 wickets and Ashwin took one wicket against Sunrisers. In the second match, Krunal Pandya took 3 wickets, Amit Mishra took 2 wickets and Ravi Bishnoi took one wicket each.

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