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Sandeep signs off with a wicket, off to Bangladesh now

Jan 01, 2019 | CN Staff |
Nepal young leggie Sandeep Lamichhane picked up a wicket giving away 31 runs in Melbourne Stars' seven-wicket victory over Melbourne Renegades as the teen bowler will now leave for Bangladesh to feature in the Bangladesh Premier League.

Sandeep, who was hit for 11 runs in his first over, picked up the wicket Renegades skipper Tom Cooper in his second giving away just four runs. Copper was bamboozled when he had no clue to play a wrong one from Sandeep. 

Sandeep went on to concede seven runs in his third and nine in the fourth but Tuesday's run rate will hardly bother him having impressed everyone around with his precise bowling in the first four matches of the tournament.

Dwayne Bravo (3-27) was the pick of the Stars bowlers, while Scot Boland and Marcus Stoinis also took two wickets each restricting Renegades to 148-9 in 20 overs. Stoinis returned with the bat to open the innings and smashed an unbeaten 78 off just 49 balls as Stars chased down the total replying with 151-3 with 13 balls remaining. 

Sandeep now has eight wickets from four matches. He had dream Big Bash Debut against Sydney Thunder taking two wickets and bettered that performance with 3-24 against Hobart Hurricanes. 

The brilliant performance continued for him as Sandeep's 2-18 was crucial in Stars' five-wicket victory over Sydney Sixers in the previous games. 

The BPL begins from January 5 and Sandeep will play his first match for Sylhet Sixers against Comilla Victorians on January 6. He will play first eight matches for Sixers before joining national team for the ODI and Twenty20 International Series against the UAE.

If Stars don't reach the playoffs in the BBL he will manage to get last two league games. Sandeep signs off with a wicket, off to Bangladesh now

Nepal young leggie Sandeep Lamichhane picked up a wicket giving away 31 runs in Melbourne Stars' seven-wicket victory over Melbourne Renegades as the teen bowler will now leave for Bangladesh to feature in the Bangladesh Premier League.

Sandeep, who was hit for 11 runs in his first over, picked up the wicket Renegades skipper Tom Cooper in his second giving away just four runs. Copper was bamboozled when he had no clue to play a wrong one from Sandeep. 

Sandeep went on to concede seven runs in his third and nine in the fourth but Tuesday's run rate will hardly bother him having impressed everyone around with his precise bowling in the first four matches of the tournament.

Dwayne Bravo (3-27) was the pick of the Stars bowlers, while Scot Boland and Marcus Stoinis also took two wickets each restricting Renegades to 148-9 in 20 overs. Stoinis returned with the bat to open the innings and smashed an unbeaten 78 off just 49 balls as Stars chased down the total replying with 151-3 with 13 balls remaining. 

Sandeep now has eight wickets from four matches. He had dream Big Bash Debut against Sydney Thunder taking two wickets and bettered that performance with 3-24 against Hobart Hurricanes. 

The brilliant performance continued for him as Sandeep's 2-18 was crucial in Stars' five-wicket victory over Sydney Sixers in the previous games. 

The BPL begins from January 5 and Sandeep will play his first match for Sylhet Sixers against Comilla Victorians on January 6. He will play first eight matches for Sixers before joining national team for the ODI and Twenty20 International Series against the UAE.

If Stars don't reach the playoffs in the BBL he will manage to get last two league games. 


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