Delhi pacer Kulwant Khejroliya's lethal bouncer removes batsman's helmet in Ranji match - Watch

Soon the Delhi players including Khejroliya went up to the batsmen to check if he is alright. The umpires also checked if he is good

Kulwant Khejroliya has emerged as one of the lethal left-arm pacers in the domestic circuit. Due to his bowling skills and variation, he is being considered as one of the better left-arm pace bowlers in the country. The performance of this Delhi speedster has been remarkable in the present Ranji season which has gained him all the limelight.

Recently in a game against Hyderabad, Khejroliya bowled a furious bouncer which not only bamboozled the batsman Rohit Rayudu but also climbed up to hit his helmet. The impact was so strong that the helmet got unbuckled and fell right next to the wicket. The Hyderabad batsman was quick enough to realise that the fallen helmet may dislodge the wickets. Hence, he responded quickly pushed the helmet in the opposite direction.

Later, Khejroliya shared the video of that delivery on his official Instagram account.

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Here’s the video:

Soon the Delhi players including Khejroliya went up to the batsmen to check if he is alright. The umpires also asked him his condition.

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In the first innings of the game, Khejroliya went on to dismiss Rayudu and picked a total of 4 wickets after conceding 48 runs. In the second innings, Rayudu came up with an amazing century and scored a total of 103 runs while the left-arm pacer couldn’t pick a wicket. The match ended in a draw.

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