Yes, a young Indian cricketer-bowler grabbed 10 wickets of the opposition team in the same innings. You might be surprised to see what’s happened in ‘Cooch Behar U19 Trophy’. There was a cricket match between Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh, where Manipur’s medium-fast bowler Rex Singh himself taken 10 wickets of Arunachal Pradesh’s team.
18-year old Indian bowler Rex Singh took 10 wickets in an innings
This match was being played in Anantapur where Manipur’s bowler Rex Singh taken 10 wickets on 11Runs in 9.5 overs. He also got 6 maiden overs in his total bawling span of the match. Arunachal Pradesh’s team got only 36 runs in this innings after so many smokes.
Along with this, Manipur won the match by 10 wickets. Due to this stunning bowling performance, Rex Singh has completed hat-tricks three times. Let us also tell you that in the first innings of this match, Rex Singh had taken 5 wickets with only 33 runs. In this match. Both the inning in total, he has taken 15 wickets with 44 runs.
What a spell, 10 out of 10. Rex Singh from Manipur on 🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/IPIkJKxQFH
— Paresh (@hi_paresh) December 14, 2018
Looking at this bowling performance, all of us would say that this is a world-class bowling. And seeing the performance of these young cricketers, it seems that they are getting ready to perform amazingly well in the cricket field with a spectacular performance.
Who is Rex Singh?
Rex Singh is an 18-years old, young cricketer from Manipur’s team. This cricketer is playing from Manipur’s team under-19 as a bowler. He is left-arm medium-fast bowlers and left-handed batsmen. Rex Singh was born on August 30, 2000, in Imphal.
This performance of Rex Kumar reminds of those cricketers who have created records with 10 wickets in an innings. So let’s know, who the cricketers are, took 10 wickets in an innings –
Who is the bowler who took 10 wickets in an inning?
Talking about international cricket, there are two bowlers before, who have taken 10 wickets in an inning –
- Jim Laker who took 10 wickets on 53 runs against Australia in 1956.
- Anil Kumble who took 10 wickets on 74 runs against Pakistan in 1999, Delhi