It was 20 years prior when Indian spinner Anil Kumble paralyzed the world as he proceeded to turn out to be just the second bowler in history after England’s Jim Laker to take 10 wickets in an innings in a universal Test coordinate. Kumble accomplished the uncommon accomplishment in the second Test against Pakistan at Feroz Shah Kotla in New Delhi, as he helped his side to success by 212 runs.
On Wednesday, off-spinner Nirdesh Baisoya copied Anil Kumble’s accomplishment when he grabbed 10 wickets for Meghalaya against Nagaland in the main innings of a U-16 Vijay Merchant Trophy coordinate.
Baisoya, who is initially from Meerut and plays for Meghalaya as a guest player, returned staggering figures of 10/51 out of 21 overs with 10 maidens as he asked Nagaland to leave for good for only 113 on Day 1.
“I had picked six wickets by the first session. That is the point at which I began to accept that I can go for each of the 10. My colleagues upheld a great deal. There was turn on the pitch since morning and the overhead conditions additionally helped,” he included.
This is Baisoya’s second season in the U-16 Vijay Merchant Trophy and he as of now has 27 wickets in his pack from four matches. Last time, he had trapped 33 wickets from six matches.
“It was a fantasy worked out as expected for me and I never anticipated this. I need to continue trying sincerely as I have far to go,” the 15-year-old said. “I need to make my family, sisters, siblings, and guardians glad,” he included.
Baisoya has been in incredible structure with the ball this season and trapped 9/36 for Meghalaya crosswise over two innings as they crushed Mizoram by an innings and 22 runs in their U-16 Vijay Merchant Trophy plate bunch coordinate in Golaghat on November 1.