Hanuma Vihari is a special player and a fighter. We all have witnessed his fighting inning against Australia helping India win the historic Border-Gavaskar trophy. His passion and grit remain the same for his home team Andhra in the ongoing Ranji Trophy 2022-23.
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The Andhra captain fractured his left wrist on Day 1, from a bouncer from Avesh Khan. Vihari had to retire hurt on 16 on the first day of the match, and came back to bat after the ninth wicket of Andhra was down on Day 2.
Vihari, who fractured his elbow from a Avesh Khan bouncer on Day 1, sees off two deliveries in the over as he bats left-handed on return. Top stuff from the Andhra captain! @sportstarweb #RanjiTrophy https://t.co/ci07mzL1Na pic.twitter.com/kwdEwjA7mC— Lalith Kalidas (@lal__kal) February 1, 2023
Andhra was 353/9 when Hanuma joined Lalith Mohan and marked a left-handed stance to surprise everyone. He started batting with one hand and left balls well. Vihari added 11 runs from 19 deliveries batting left-handed as he took his team 379/9 at lunch on Day 2 of the Ranji Trophy 2022-23 Quarter-final match between MP and Anhra.
Earlier, Ricky Bhui (149) and Karan Shinde (110) scored brilliant hundreds to take Andhra out of trouble. Anubhav Agarwal took four wickets for Madhya Pradesh.
Reactions as Hanuma Vihari finds his second boundary after coming in. Lalith and Vihari have added 25 runs now for the last wicket.@sportstarweb #RanjiTrophy pic.twitter.com/1egEDsyzve— Lalith Kalidas (@lal__kal) February 1, 2023