Sydney : 18-year-old youngster Nepalese leg spinner Sandeep Lamichhane’s stunning impact on the Big Bash League is continuously going on, taking two wickets to help the Melbourne Stars keep the Sydney Sixers to 9-130. Besides he has shown his capabilities this summer, claiming seven wickets in his first three games for the Melbourne Stars.
The Nepalese young gun has shown his capabilities this summer, claiming seven wickets in his first three games for the Melbourne Stars.
In his first game at Australia’s home of spin at the South Sydney Cricket Ground, Lamichhane trapped both Moises Henriques and Tom Curran lbw to finish with figures of 2-18.
His dismissal of Curran may have been fortunate as replays showed it was headed down leg, but the ball to get rid of Henriques was a big turning wrong’un that the Sixers’ captain didn’t even go close to getting bat to.
Lamichhane, who has shined in the Australian leg, had recorded two debut wickets and three in the second match in his eight over spell. However, Stars were unable to produce a favorable result in both of the previous matches.