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Dream IPL Debut: Mayank Yadav Opens Up About Being “Always Heard From Others…”

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Playing in his first IPL match, Mayank Yadav claimed he wasn’t anxious and that he was only following orders from below.

Young Mayank Yadav produced some serious and unsettling pace, according to Lucknow Super Giants bowling coach Morne Morkel on Saturday. This was a heartening sight for the team as it looks to contend in the Indian Premier League. At a moment when it appeared Punjab Kings would win handily, Mayank, who is only 21 years old, dismissed dangerous opener Jonny Bairstow, Prabhsimran Singh, and Jitesh Sharma with a fast bowling economy, with the majority of his deliveries clocking above 150. Due to the right-arm pacer’s commitment to give it his all, Shikhar Dhawan (70) and Bairstow (42) built up a century partnership as PBKS attempted to chase 200 for victory, but their innings crumbled.

Mayank, in his first IPL match, gave meager returns of 3/27 in his four overs, shattering the PBKS’s hopes.

“Young Mayank took wickets with some tremendous heat in his bowl. Last year was difficult because of his injury sustained following the first practice. His management is improving. The pleasing thing, according to Morkel, a former pace-bowling sensation from South Africa, was that he raced in.

We asked the guys to play well at the fundamentals on a favorable pitch. told him to utilize bouncers and stay inside his limits. Glad he braved the humidity to run in and bowled gas. It was uncertain how the wicket would behave, so we had to compile the conditions and apply them.”

Most Valuable Player Adding that he simply followed his superiors’ instructions, Mayank claimed he wasn’t anxious about participating in his maiden IPL game.

From what I’ve heard, debutantes experience some anxiety, but it passes after the first ball. The strategy was to bowl at stumps and make most use of velocity while avoiding excessive pressure.”

The skipper urged me to bowl gas after I had a wicket, even though my first plan was to change up the pace. It was the favorite to be the first wicket. I had planned to make my debut at a young age, but injuries were a setback when recovering from my injury from previous season,” Mayank continued.

Shikhar acknowledged that Mayank’s speed “outsmarted” his team, but he also noted that Liam Livingstone’s injury truly thrown a spanner in PBKS’ plans.

“They (LSG) performed well, but Livi’s injury had an effect on us. At four, he would have arrived. Mayank had excellent bowling. His speed surprised us.

“Facing him was pleasant; his pace shocked me. knew that as a seasoned gamer, I would utilize it. But he got the hang of it and bowled yorkers to limit me to a single and a dot. Using caution, I instructed my companions to use the short side.

“He removed Prabh by bowling at his body. They bowled well too and utilized the pressure against us, so I told Jitesh to abandon Mayank and go on the other bowlers,” Dhawan remarked.

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