Watch Video: Lucknow player’s double attack, caught flying in the air, troubled Gujarat fiercely

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LSG vs GT: The team of Gujarat Titans could not put up a big score against Lucknow Super Giants and Naveen-ul-Haq’s bowling as well as fielding played an important role in stopping it.

Watch Video: Lucknow player's double attack, caught flying in the air, troubled Gujarat fiercely

Superb catch by Naveen-ul-Haq.

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Lucknow: Gujarat Titans landed against Lucknow Super Giants in IPL-2023 on Saturday. Gujarat batted first in this match. The bowlers of Lucknow did not give opportunities to the batsmen of Gujarat to open their hands and kept a check on the runs. Not only the bowling of Lucknow, but the fielding was also amazing. One of his players took a brilliant catch at the boundary. This player is Naveen ul Haq.

Naveen comes from Afghanistan and bowls fast. But in this match he won the hearts of the people with his bowling as well as his fielding. Due to this, Lucknow got the wicket of such a Gujarat player who could score fast runs. Naveen was bought by Lucknow for a price of 50 lakhs.

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Amazing work done on the boundary

Naveen took a brilliant catch in this match. Amit Mishra was throwing the 12th over. Abhinav Manohar, famous for big shots, was in front of him. Abhinav played an inside out shot on the ball that hit the line of Mishra’s off-stump. Felt that this ball would go for a four. But Naveen, standing at deep extra cover, ran to his left.

He tried to go near the ball while running but remained a little far away and then while running away, he showed Abhinav the way to the pavilion by taking a brilliant catch. This batsman scored only three runs in five balls.

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Tight grip in the initial overs

Naveen bowled the first over for Lucknow and kept the batsmen in check right from the start. He gave four runs in the first over. In the other hand, he spent eight runs. That is, he spent only 12 runs in the first two overs. He returned in the 15th over and dismissed Vijay Shankar on the last ball of this over.

He again bowled the 19th over and in this over also he bowled brilliantly. In this over, he kept David Miller tied. He took one wicket for 19 runs in four overs of his quota.

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