Arjun Tendulkar “Is More Like Trent Boult…”: Ex-New Zealand Star’s Huge Reward For MI Teenager | Cricket Information

Simon Doull insisted that Rohit Sharma ought to utilise Arjun extra with the brand new ball.© BCCI/IPL

Ever since he made his debut within the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023, Arjun Tendulkar, son of batting nice Sachin Tendulkar, has garnered quite a lot of consideration from consultants and followers of cricket. Arjun made his debut for Mumbai Indians earlier this month in opposition to Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) however did not take a wicket. However, in his subsequent outing, the 23-year-old not picked up his maiden IPL wicket, but additionally defended 20 runs within the final over to take his workforce to an vital win over SunRisers Hyderabad.

Arjun, nonetheless, bought a actuality examine after he smashed for 48 runs, together with 31 in a single over in opposition to Punjab Kings, a recreation which MI misplaced by a detailed margin.

Talking on Arjun’s position in MI’s bowling assault, former New Zealand pacer Simon Doull stated that the teen should not be bowling within the dying overs simply but.

“The last thing you want to do to a young man [Arjun Tendulkar] is throw him on the heap after one bad game because he has actually done a pretty good job. I don’t think in all honesty, and I think Rohit Sharma knows he is not really a death bowler as of yet. He is not a guy they should be bowling in the last four or five. But he went to him to give him an opportunity and it cost them,” Hindustan Times quoted Doull as saying on Cricbuzz.

Doull insisted that MI captain Rohit Sharma ought to utilise Arjun extra with the brand new ball.

“I think he is more like Trent Boult and Deepak Chahar, who bowl two to three overs upfront where it swings a little bit, and then you forget about it. He is not experienced enough at the moment to be bowling at the back end of the innings,” Doull added.

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