In the ongoing Ranji Trophy quarterfinal between Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh Hanuma Vihari played an outrageous one-handed reverse sweep. Moeen Ali’s failed attempt of one-handed reverse sweep makes Twitter go ROFL; Hanuma Vihari shows how it’s done
Moeen Ali attempted a one-handed reverse sweep of Shamsi but failed miserably
England is currently playing in South Africa for a three-match One-day series. During the third ODI of the series, Moeen Ali attempted an outrageous single-hand reverse sweep. The southpaw failed badly in attempting the shot as Shamsi pitched the ball way outside his reach.
— Akash Ponnappa. (@AJLP78) February 2, 2023
The netizens mocked the English allrounder badly as he was attempting a very weird shot and got failed miserably. Though Moeen played an excellent hand in that innings with captain Jos Buttler. Moeen Ali scored quick fire 41 off 23 to power the English team to 346 while batting first.
— Wisden (@WisdenCricket) February 1, 2023
— CSK Fans Army™ (@CSKFansArmy) February 2, 2023
Later England won the game by 59 runs and savored a consolation win at the end.
Hanuma Vihari does what Moeen Ali couldn’t
During the Ranji Trophy 2022-23 4th Quarter Final, the Andhra Pradesh captain Hanuma Vihari showed his grit and determination. The 29-year-old right-handed batter fractured his left arm but still decides to bat for his team.
Vihari started batting left-handed after hurting his arm and he even played most of his shots with a single hand. He even sent a bowler like Avesh Khan to the boundary with his single shot.
During the second innings of the match, Vihari played a one-handed reverse sweep which went to the boundary. The shot created a huge buzz on social media as moments earlier English batter Moeen Ali failed to play the same stroke.
That's how you do it, Moeen Ali. pic.twitter.com/ATv4tMpOeN
— Saurabh Malhotra (@MalhotraSaurabh) February 2, 2023
Andhra Pradesh is on the verge of getting knocked out
After the day 3 play, Madhya Pradesh is in a pole position of winning the match as they only need 187 runs with 10 wickets in hand. Openers Yash Dubey and Himanshu Mantri have given an ideal start to the chase and MP would like to wrap up the game on Day 4 at the Holkar Stadium.