Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli React As ‘Best Fielder’ Award Returns With Fresh Twist. Watch

Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli React As ‘Best Fielder’ Award Returns With Fresh Twist. Watch

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New twist to 'Finest Fielder' award in India's dressing room© BCCI Video


New York :

Star India pacer Mohammed Siraj was awarded the 'Fielder of the Match' award after his group started their marketing campaign within the ICC T20 World Cup by defeating Eire by eight wickets on the Nassau County Worldwide Cricket Stadium in New York.

Siraj didn't must bowl his full 4 overs as Hardik Pandya and Jasprit Bumrah devastated the Eire batting order. Hardik picked up three wickets, whereas Bumrah picked up two throughout his three-over efficiency.

The Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) introduced the winner in a video on Thursday. Within the video, the younger Indian fan was seen assembly the Males in Blue gamers and gave Siraj the 'Fielder of the Match' medal, which Siraj accepted in a really cute means by sharing a heat hug with the supporter.

Siraj was good with the ball and the 30-year-old quick bowler took one wicket for 13 runs in three overs. The quick bowler additionally ended the well-set batsman Gareth Delany's keep on the crease along with his wonderful fielding within the sixteenth over of the sport.

“An essential think about T20 cricket is sport consciousness as a result of each ball is a chance. A terrific instance at present was the caught and bowled of Axar Patel and Virat Kohli's depth confirmed what we talked about within the morning,” India fielding coach T Dilip stated in a video posted by the BCCI.


The younger fan stated that he desires to satisfy star quick bowler Arshdeep Singh as this quick bowler is one of the best.

Speaking in regards to the match, India received by 8 wickets in opposition to Eire due to the good performances of Rohit Sharma, Rishabh Pant, Hardik Pandya, and Jasprit Bumrah.

Opting to discipline first, Indian bowlers put the Irish batsmen below strain proper from the beginning and left them struggling at 50/8 however aggressive batting from Gareth Delany (26 off 14 balls) and Joshua Little (14 off 13 balls) helped Eire attain 96 for 1 in 16 overs.

Chasing a goal of 97, half-centuries from skipper Rohit Sharma (52 off 37 balls, 4 fours and three sixes) and supporting knocks from Rishabh Pant (36* off 26 balls, three fours and two sixes) helped India win by eight wickets.

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