Haris Rauf’s quick ball breaks Shreyas Iyer’s bat

Haris Rauf’s quick ball breaks Shreyas Iyer’s bat. In the Asia Cup match between India and Pakistan, Haris Rauf’s rapid ball broke Shreyas Iyer’s bat.

The third match of the much-anticipated Asia Cup is between India and Pakistan. Earlier, the match was called off due to weather, and as a result. India lost two of its most crucial hitters, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli.

Shreyas Iyer batted at number four and seemed at ease at the crease against Pakistan’s explosive fast bowling. Meanwhile, in the eighth over of the game, Haris Rauf’s quick ball broke Shreyas Iyer’s bat. Iyer hit a cover drive that score him two runs for the shot, but he broke his bat in the process.

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Here’s a photo of Shreyas Iyer’s broken bat after being hit by Haris Rauf’s ball

Following Iyer’s bat-split incident, the right-hand batsman provided some respite with two quick boundaries. After Shaheen Afridi stunned India with two spectacular wickets, all eyes were on Iyer.

The right-hand batsman, on the other hand, has finding the comeback extremely difficult. As taken from the crease in the 10th over by another Rauf beauty.

Rauf also hit one short on off, giving Iyer ample time to get into a solid position and hit a nice pull shot. In an instant, viewers learned that the ball had landed in the palms of Fakhar Zaman at mid-wicket.

Early on, Rohit and Virat depart the Indian batting lineup.

Early in the contest, renowned Indian hitters Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma both fell victim to the left-arm bowler Shaheen.

Rohit left at 11 off 22 after failing to make sense of a superb inswinger. Kohli’s wicket, on the other hand, was reminiscent of his previous dismissals. As he knick an outswinging delivery onto the stumps at 4 off 7.

After 11.2 overs, India is struggling at 51/3, with three of the top hitters, Rohit, Kohli, and Iyer. Having left the crease. India will be hoping that the middle order comes to their rescue and reduces the score to a manageable total in what will be a rain-affected Asia Cup contest.

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