Bengal coach Arun Lal, who also was a former India cricketer, remarked that Akash Deep, who competes for the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) team, is yet to be found and that he is one of the best cricket ball hitters.
Many newcomers rose through the ranks in the most recent edition of the Indian Premier League. Whether it was Ayush Badoni of the Lucknow Super Giants or Umran Malik of the Sunrisers Hyderabad camp, the display turned on by a few teenagers has convinced us that Indian cricket’s future is in safe hands.
In the Ranji quarterfinals versus Jharkhand, Akash Deep hit eight sixes. In the first innings of the match, Deep had scored 53 off 18 balls, while eight other Bengal hitters had accomplished their individual half-centuries. After then, the bowler had taken one wicket.
Bengal is now 197/5 at Stump’s on Day 2 of their semi-final match against Madhya Pradesh and is trailing by 144 runs. Deep is yet to bat, but in the 26 overs he delivered during Madhya Pradesh’s first innings, he hit twice.
‘Akash Deep himself doesn’t know his strength yet’: Arun Lal
Bengal coach Arun Lal, who was also a former India cricketer, revealed that Akash Deep, who competes for the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) team, is yet to be found and that he is one of the best cricket ball batters.
“The IPL still has not found Akash Deep. He is the most powerful hitter in the league. With eight sixes, he had a fifty. He is unaware of his own capabilities. He will need a couple more variations as a bowler in the T20 format. If you leave him alone and do not put him in a scenario where he will be confused, he will provide his finest performance “the coach said about his ward.
Akash Deep smacked eight sixes in the Ranji quarterfinals against Jharkhand. Deep had smashed 53 off 18 balls in the first innings of the game.