Kerala opener Mohammed Azharuddeen as of late turned into a commonly recognized name in India after his adventures in a Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy coordinate at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai turned into the idea of the Internet.
Veteran and unstable cricketer Virender Sehwag, in a tweet, said he delighted in viewing Azharuddeen’s innings.
On Wednesday, pursuing a solid objective of 197, Mohammed Azharuddeen made it look a bit excessively simple as he smacked 10 sixes and 9 fours and stayed unbeaten at 137 off 54 balls giving Kerala triumph in only 16 overs. This was additionally Kerala’s subsequent straight win of the competition.
This was the second-quickest century in Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy history, with Rishabh Pant’s 32-ball ton in 2018 being the quickest.
The individuals who had seen quick assault that unfurled at the Wankhede were all gestures of recognition of the Kerala batsman. Following Mohammed Azharuddeenn’s firecrackers, Manorama News visited the skilled cricketer’s home in Kasargod and plunked down with his family to discuss the much-applauded innings.