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Abu Dhabi T10 League: Indian Pacer’s Unusual No-Ball Leaves Everyone Surprised

Abu Dhabi T10 League: Indian Pacer’s Unusual No-Ball Leaves Everyone Surprised

In a surprising turn of events during the 14th match of the Abu Dhabi T10 League between Chennai Braves and the Northern Warriors, Indian pacer Abhimanyu Mithun left spectators bewildered by delivering an unusually enormous front-foot no-ball.

While overstepping the crease is a common occurrence, Mithun’s deviation from the norm in terms of the distance between his foot and the crease triggered widespread speculation and quickly became a viral sensation on social media.

The incident unfolded as Mithun’s overstepped no-ball defied conventional expectations, prompting discussions about the rationale behind such an astonishing delivery. Fans and cricket enthusiasts shared images and videos of the peculiar moment, adding to the intrigue surrounding this unexpected occurrence.

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Despite the unconventional spectacle, the focus eventually shifted to the cricketing action, with the Northern Warriors setting a target of 107 runs for the Chennai Braves. In a swift response, the Braves successfully chased down the target in just 9.4 overs, securing victory in the match.

Sikandar Raza emerged as the star performer for Chennai, contributing significantly with a brisk 27 runs off 10 deliveries. Other notable contributions came from Charith Asalanka (22 off 16) and Stephen Eskinazi (22 off 13).

For the Northern Warriors, Hazratullah Zazai displayed an impressive batting performance, scoring 54 runs off 32 balls. Mohammad Nabi, his national side teammate, excelled as the leading bowler, finishing with figures of 2/11 in two overs. Adam Hose added valuable runs, scoring 24 off 10 balls, enabling the Warriors to post a challenging total of 106 runs.

Both teams, having played four games each, currently stand with two wins and two losses, positioning them just outside the top four on the points table.

In the upcoming matches, Chennai Braves will face the Deccan Gladiators, while the Northern Warriors are set to compete against the Bangla Tigers. The T10 League, known for its experimental nature and featuring renowned players from around the world, continues to captivate cricket enthusiasts as the shortest format of the game, providing a unique and entertaining spectacle.

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