India produces a new tearaway pacer. also going by the name Mayank Yadav. With his fastest ball of the year, the 21-year-old in the Dafabet IPL 2024 set the speed gun ablaze by hitting a season-high 155.8 kph. It goes by swiftly. With a speed of 157.7 kph, Shaun Tait owns the fastest ball in IPL history. The second-fastest ball in history was bowled by Umran Malik, while this one is the sixth-fastest ever by an Indian.

While everyone commended Mayank for his effort, his night was made much sweeter when he received the go-ahead from none other than Brett Lee, the original pace king. Under the headline “India has just found its fastest bowler,” the former Australian fast bowler penned a fantastic article about Mayank. Mayank Yadav, rapid speed. Very, very good

Rummy Ares participated in the Lucknow Super Giants’ maiden IPL match and concluded with 3/27 in stats. LSG defeated Punjab Kings by 21 runs to win Player of the Match, which was his first victory of the year. Bowling at least 145 kmph on 18 of the 24 balls he encountered was Mayank’s astounding feat in and of itself. When Mayank came brought on in the tenth over of the innings, Shikhar Dhawan and Jonny Bairstow both hit him for a boundary.

That being said, when he began the twelfth and second over of the innings, he set a pace that suddenly appeared destined to make him a household name. Bowling at a tempo of more than 156 kph, the PBKS captain allowed himself plenty of room to maneuver but was unable to make contact with the ball with his bat. It wasn’t the only problem, though. Mayank took full advantage of the situation to finish the PBKS innings with a series of thunderbolts, including a ripper that reached 153 kmph in one over.

Bairstow was knocked out by another fantastic ball and had to attempt a risky shot as the Kings were approaching 200. They arrived at 102. He removed Prabhsimran Singh from the Betway Cricket game with an equally frightening third over. Jitesh Sharma, who was removed in his penultimate over, was hitting the ball at 152, 153, and 154 kph.

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