Jalaj of Punjab Kings was bowling and Steve Smith was on batting strike from Delhi Capitals.
In the IPL 2021, the 11th match of the tournament was played on Sunday between Delhi Capitals and Punjab Kings. The match was played at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. In this match, Delhi Capitals included Steve Smith in the playing eleven. During the match, such an incident happened that everyone was surprised. Steve also was surprised by the batting. Explain that in the match Delhi Capitals defeated Punjab Kings by 6 wickets. There was a lot of flaws in the bowling and fielding of the Punjab Kings, due to which the Punjab Kings got out of the match.
Jalaj Saxena’s hand slipped ball
Jalaj Saxena surprised the batting Steve Smith during the match. Actually, Punjab Kings were bowling and Steve Smith was on batting strike from Delhi Capitals. During the over, Jalaj took the runup to bowl and threw the ball, but the ball slipped from his hand. Everyone started to see where the ball went. Steve Smith also wondered where the ball finally went.
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This happened due to sweat
Actually, the ball was slipped from his hand due to Jalaj’s sweat in his hand. There are many times that the ball slips from the bowler’s hand due to sweat. The same happened in this match. After this, Jalaj cleaned the sweat of his hand with a cloth and bowled. However, while bowling, Jalaj himself started feeling uncomfortable due to the sudden slipping of the ball with his hand.
Got a chance to debut after 14 years of waiting
34-year-old Jalaj Saxena had been wanting to play in the IPL for many years, but he got his chance to debut for Punjab Kings in the match played on Sunday for 14 years. Prior to this, Jalaj has been a part of the team of Delhi Capitals and RCB, but both teams did not give him a chance to play. The Punjab Kings gave Jalaj a place in the playing eleven on Sunday. Jalaj has been playing domestic cricket for the last 15 years and also performing brilliantly. Jalaj has taken more than 6000 runs and more than 300 wickets in the first class.
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