Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2022: Venkatesh Iyer dominated out the rest of the event with a damaged ankle

Venkatesh Iyer (src: Twitter)

Madhya Pradesh all-rounder Venkatesh Iyer has been dominated out of the Syed Mushtaq Ali 2022 season with a damaged ankle and can miss the rest of the event. The left-hander got here up with a superb efficiency within the first recreation towards Railways in Rajkot and was anticipated to proceed on his glorious type. He scored an unbeaten 62 off 31 balls within the middle-order to arrange a aggressive complete and turned up with six wickets for simply 20 runs with the ball to finish a match-winning efficiency. 

Iyer had a stellar season with the bat for the Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL 2021 which earned him a spot within the Indian squad after the T20 World Cup 2021. He performed 9 T20Is and two ODIs however did not impress the administration largely. Additionally, Hardik Pandya’s dramatic comeback in IPL and worldwide cricket this yr meant that Iyer misplaced his means within the scheme of issues in worldwide cricket. 

The 27-year-old wanted to stack up his performances within the ongoing home season to be again within the combine for worldwide call-up once more. Within the 4 video games he performed within the Syed Mushtaq Ali 2022 season, Iyer scored two fifties and aggregated 189 runs at a powerful strike charge of 161.53 till he broke his ankle.

Madhya Pradesh ease previous Mizoram in earlier encounter

Madhya Pradesh in the meantime is presently within the fourth place with three wins in 5 video games in Group A. They’re coming off an enormous win of their earlier recreation towards Mizoram who scored simply 94 of their 20 overs on the lack of six wickets. The Parth-Sahani-led facet managed to win the sport earlier than the thirteenth over to spice up their web run charge massively. 

Within the ongoing recreation between Madhya Pradesh and Vidarbha on Thursday, Jitesh Sharma’s blistering half-century off simply 21 balls helped the Vidarbha facet publish an enormous complete of 180 on the board within the first innings.

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