New Delhi: After scoring a brilliant century, Arjun Tendulkar, son of Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar, shined with the ball as he claimed four wickets for his team.
The left-arm bowler took four for 73 on the second day of the match.
Earlier, Arjun scored 106 runs while playing for Sunil Gavaskar XI against the Rohit Sharma XI in the Mumbai Cricket Association U16 Payyade Trophy.
The 16-year-old chose the perfect venue for his ton as it came at Sachin Tendulkar Gymkhana Grounds – a venue named after his father.
Unlike Tendulkar, Arjun bats left-handed and is a left-arm seam bowler.
Earlier this year, Arjun was seen bowling at English batsmen at the nets.
The youngster had also smashed 118 from just 42 balls in September last year.