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Watch| Arjun Tendulkar lethal Yorker uproots Ishan Kishan’s stumps in the nets

Arjun Tendulkar

Five times IPL champion Mumbai Indians will face next match against Chennai Super Kings on 21st April.During net practice session Mumbai all-rounder Arjun Tendulkar bowled a perfect yorker and uprooted the stumps of Mumbai’s expensive player Ishan Kishan. Kishan was picked by the franchise for 15.25 crore.

Arjun Tendulkar is waiting for his IPL debut. Once again he was brought by Mumbai Indians for rs 30 lakhs at the mega auction. Last year he didn’t play a single match. Junior Tendulkar has already took away some attention with his all-round performance. He has huge pressure on his shoulders as he is son of Sachin Tendulkar. Once Sachin said “He should be Arjun. There shouldn’t be any comparison”

Five times IPL champion Mumbai Indians didn’t performed well in the IPL2022. MI lost six consecutive matches. Team is looking to win a match . MI captain Rohit Sharma scored only 114 runs with average of 19 in the last six matches.

On the other hand four times IPL champion Chennai Super Kings also lost five matches from their six games. Mahendra Singh Dhoni left the captaincy of CSK before start of the tournament. They are now at 9th position in the points table just ahead of Mumbai Indians.

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