took two wickets in four overs
…and uprooted the stump
Lice du Ploy (9)’s stump was uprooted by a stormy third ball. Umran, who has been criticized for his poor line-length, was seen in full color. Umran bowled some tight overs and was brought back for his second spell at the last. On the last ball of his spell, Umran Malik showed why he is compared to great bowlers like Dale Steyn. With a sharp length ball, he uprooted the middle stump of right-handed batsman Brooke Guest.
Who shone in victory?
Talking about the match, Indian bowlers stopped Derbyshire for 150/8 runs. Apart from Umran Malik, left-arm seamer Arshdeep Singh took 2 for 29 while Axar Patel and Venkatesh Iyer returned with a wicket each. The partnership between Deepak Hooda (56) and Suryakumar Yadav (36*) took India to a seven-wicket victory in just 16.4 overs. Sanju Samson also made a valuable contribution of 38 runs in the top order.