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Hanuma Vihari makes Test first appearance, becomes India's 292nd player

Hanuma Vihari makes Test first appearance, becomes India's 292nd player.

Hanuma Vihari showed the maximum of the ball even after a brilliant display from the bat in his first appearance test. In the Oval Test, Hanuma Vihari took 3 wickets in the second innings. Hanuma Vihari shocked the Roots, Alastair Cook, and Sam Curran wickets. Hanuma Vihari made a big effort in the same over by eliminating Alastair Cook and Joe Root.

Hanuma Vihari is the first Indian wicket-keeper to hit a half-century in Test first appearance and two wickets in the same over. By the way, they are the second bowlers to bowl the first two wickets in the same over in the same over. In 1983, Balvinder Singh Sandhu made this feat against Pakistan.

In the second innings of England, when Alastair Cook and Joe Root were making quick runs after the century was scored. England's score was 321 and their lead was 361 runs. At the same time, Hanuma Vihari dropped wickets on one ball after one ball. Earlier, Vihari caught the root of 125 on the personal score of Hardik Pandya and after that, Alastair Cook was caught by wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant on his personal score of 147. Cook became the victim of Hanuma Vihari playing his first Test in his final Test.

England declared their second innings with 423 runs on the loss of 8 wickets. England's 8th wicket dropped as Sam Quaran. He was caught by Hanuma Vihari by wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant, after which England captain Joe Root declared the innings and gave the target of 464 runs for team India to win.
Hanuma Vihari became the third Indian player to make 'spam' record in first test.
Hanuma Vihari became the third Indian player to make 'spam' record in the first test.

First appearance Test Record Made in half-century innings.

In the first match, Hanuma Vihari (56) made the first half-century of Test career. Vihari hit seven fours and a six in 124 balls. Thanks to Vihari and Jadeja's 77 runs partnership, India could return to the match. Becomes the 26th Indian to be a half-century in the first innings of Vihari career. Earlier, Hardik Pandya had scored the half-century in the first innings of his career in Galle in Galle on July 2017.

Hanuma became the 292nd Indian Test player

The middle-order (player at bat in cricket) Hanuma Vihari, who has been included in the playing eleven for the fifth and final Test match against England at Oval, has become India's 292nd Test player. Hanuma, who lives in Andhra Pradesh, welcomed captain Virat Kohli in the Indian team before handing over the cap before the match. Hanuma was included in the team instead of the all-rounder Hardik Pandya. The woman also made her selection meaningful to her performance.

More Detail about Hanuman Vihar.

Hanuma Vihari is India List A cricket player. Hanuma Vihari was born on 13 October 1993 (age 24) Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh, India. He is a Right-handed and Right-arm off the break. Hanuma Vihari was starting International Cricket Career in (Test first appearance: 7 September 2018 v England, ODI.First appearance: N/A and T20I first appearance: N/A.)


Hanuma Vihari is one of the best (player at bat in cricket) in List A Cricket for India. He was the member of India U19 Cricket Team that won the ICC U19 World Cup 2012. He plays for Hyderabad Team in Domestic Cricket since (2010-2016). He was the member of Sunrisers Hyderabad (2013, 2015) in IPL, 2013. He also plays for Andhra Pradesh in 2017, For Andhra Team he scored triple Century making 302 runs against Odisha in 2017-18 Ranji Trophy. His name is announced in India List A Cricket. He is Very popular in Children For Clever batting Performance on The Cricket Ground.

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