VIDEO: The young batsman of Mumbai Indians created a ruckus in The Hundred, Shamsi hit four consecutive sixes


Manchester: IPL 2022 was like a nightmare for Mumbai Indians. The team got 8 consecutive defeats in the beginning. This was followed by a win in a few matches but finished last in the table. Even after this, Mumbai got some such players, who are being discussed continuously. He is being touted as the future of international cricket. There is a player in this – Tristan Stubbs. This 21-year-old South African batsman was joined by Mumbai after Tymal Mills was injured.

Four sixes in four balls
Tristan Stubbs is playing for Manchester Originals in England’s The Hunted League. The team faced the Trent Rockets. In this match, Stubbs put the class of experienced bowler Tabrez Shamsi. He hit four consecutive sixes to Shamsi. In the 76th ball of the innings, he hit a six over deep mid-wicket. He hits the next ball over long on. Shamsi put the third ball forward and this batsman hit a six over the bowler’s head. After this, Chinaman bowler Shamsi tried to bowl a googly but the ball went full-toss. Stubbs also hit a six on it.

Out on the 5th ball
Shamsi got success on the 5th ball and he sent Tristan Stubbs to the pavilion. Once again he wanted to hit a big shot but this time Alex Hales, fielding on long on, caught him. Stubbs scored 27 runs in 10 balls. His team scored 189 runs for 3 wickets. However, David Malan’s 98-run knock helped Rockets win by 8 wickets.

England was also scolded
Stubbs could have scored only 2 runs in two innings in IPL, but since then his bat is getting stormy innings. So far in 4 T20 International innings, he has scored 119 runs at a strike rate of 216. His biggest innings was 72, which came against England. He scored 72 runs in just 28 balls with the help of 2 fours and 8 sixes.

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