New Delhi: Delhi cricketer Harsh Tyagi started a storm amongst cricket fans across India by picking up a 5-wicket haul having bowled just 2.3 overs in which he didn’t concede a single run.
The occasion took place during a Delhi Daredevils School Cup T20 match, being played between Billabong International High School and Gurukul School at the Sector-34 ground in Noida on November 25.
This is not the first time Tyagi's name is being heard by the cricket fraternity in Delhi. He has previously played for the state's Under-19 level and is presently a part of the Delhi U-23 squad.
Tyagi has also been in impressive form for the U-23 squad, picking up 17 wickets in 4 matches so far this season.
Billabong had registered a total of 261 runs in their 20 overs after batting first. In reply, Gurukul struggled massively to match the opposition's score and the highest individual score the latter's team could manage was 13 – that too by a No. 8 batsman.
Billabong, led by Tyagi, were comfortable winners.
Tyagi’s spearheaded his team's attack with the ball against Gurukul, wrapping them up for just 46 runs. He bowled just 2.3 overs and didn't concede a single run, claiming 5 wickets.
The organizers were reportedly bamboozled by and said that they had never seen someone bowl with such figures in a Twenty20 match.