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Ayush Badoni the new pocket size sensation of IPL 2022

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Ayush Badoni born on 03 December 1999 in Delhi, 22 years of age lad and made his T20 debut in January 2021. The right-hander has performed as many as 5 home T20 match for Delhi in his quick career.

Gautam Gambhir, the mentor of Super Giants, who bought him at IPL 2022 mega auction, auction at the base price of Rs 20 lakh.

He first came into the limelight in 2018 when he smashed a blistering unbeaten knock of 52 runs off just 28 balls whereas playing for India Under-19 team vs Sri Lanka during the Asia Cup.

Lucknow Super Giants batter Ayush Badoni gave a glimpse of his expertise with a quickfire fifty in his team’s IPL 2022 season opener against Gujarat Titans on the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Monday. He’s the third youngest to score a fifty on IPL debut, after Shreevats Goswami and Devdutt Padikkal.

“I wasn’t even looking on the scorecard,” Badoni stated during the innings break. “I realised a bit late that I’ve reached the half-century. I used to be very nervous, could not sleep last night. However after I hit my first boundary, I felt I belong right here.”

The 22-year-old from Delhi helped revive Lucknow’s innings after Mohammad Shami’s initial burst had reduced it to 29 for 4 in 4.3 overs.

Lucknow Super Giants batsman Ayush Badoni gave a glimpse of his expertise with a quickfire fifty in his team’s IPL 2022 season opener vs Gujarat Titans on the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Monday. He’s the third youngest to score a fifty on IPL debut, after Shreevats Goswami and Devdutt Padikkal.

“I wasn’t even looking on the scorecard,” Badoni stated throughout the innings break. “I realised a bit late that I’ve reached the half-century. I used to be very nervous, could not sleep last night. However after I hit my first boundary, I felt I belong right here.”

Badoni, promoted ahead of experienced Krunal Pandya, took time to settle, scoring just 13 off the primary 22 balls earlier than shifting gears. He was significantly severe on Gujarat skipper Hardik Pandya, scoring 15 runs — with one six and two fours — off his final over. Nonetheless, a six off Rashid Khan’s bowling stood out. He picked the googly early and slog-swept the world’s No. 1 T20 bowler for a most.

Badoni received a reprieve when he was dropped on 40 by Lockie Ferguson. Badoni reached his first IPL fifty by pulling a 146.9kmph Ferguson bouncer for six. He finally holed out for a 41-ball 54, having struck 4 fours and 3 sixes.

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