Ahead of the big rivalry Clash between Australia vs England match in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, England Player faces bowl during net session from Master blaster son Arjun Tendulkar
Arjun Tendulkar was most recently in the news, left an imprint in the Second XI Championship in the wake of rejecting Surrey second XI batsman Nathan Tilley with his crude pace. MCC Young Cricketers all-rounder Arjun Tendulkar, who is conveying the heaviness of his dad’s heritage, steamed in to hit the deck and produce a conveyance which swung back to hit the right-gave opener’s off-stump. Tilley, who was expelled for four runs, could just offer a dead bat to the 19-year-old’s conveyance as it tore past him to hit the highest point of his stump.
The dismissal was very much reported on Lord’s Cricket Ground’s Twitter handle with a subtitle which stated, “Arjun Tendulkar, take a bow!”
Arjun Tendulkar was also the pick of the bowlers for MCC Young Cricketers returning figures of 2/50. He also bowled two maidens and bowled 11 overs at an economy rate of 4.55.
A year ago, when Indian visited England, Arjun bowled in the Indian nets at Lord’s ahead of the second Test.
Arjun, whose father made his India debut at 16 years old against Pakistan in 1989, required just 12 balls to guarantee his first scalp for India U-19 group.