“He is scary to bowl in nets…”Pat Cummins massive praise for this young star

The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 captain of the Sunrisers, Pat Cummins, showered his teammate Abhishek Sharma with accolades for his “scary” batting form, which was important in the team’s victory over PBKS on May 19. Only after his explosive 66-ball knock against PBKS moved SRH to the second spot on the IPL 2024 points table, did the 23-year-old Abhishek’s impressive batting form continue this season While considering Abhishek’s batting, Cummins also said that he would never want to bowl against the player.

As SRH attempted to chase 215 runs against PBKS, they were dealt an early blow when their best batsman, Travis Head, was removed by Arshdeep Singh on the opening ball of the innings. But thanks to Abhishek’s brilliant opening-day batting and Heinrich Klaasen’s equally spectacular 42 off 26 balls, SRH easily won the match with 4 wickets and 5 balls remaining. With 13 matches under his belt, Abhishek has amassed 467 runs thanks to his genius, ranking among the IPL 2024’s most productive batters.

During the post-match press conference, the captain of SRH gave a reflection on his team’s performance and acknowledged Abhishek’s efforts.

“It’s amazing and fairly cool. It’s great that we’ve won six out of seven games here. Before this season, I didn’t know many guys, but we’ve had a great time and played some fantastic cricket.”

Cummins stated Abhishek is just remarkable. I’m not interested in bowling against him. He is frightful. Nitish is an excellent player who exudes maturity for his age and is ideal for the top order. incredibly fulfilling. I’ve never participated in a finals game. Playing some excellent cricket and looking forward to the future,” Cummins continued.

After winning this game, SRH will be focused on the match between KKR and RR later on May 19, as that match will determine whether they advance to the play-offs by playing the Qualifier 1 or the Eliminator.

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