Kamlesh Nagarkoti's serious pace will put Indian senior bowlers to shame! Twittersphere goes berserk

These young Turks are timing their performances to perfection, keeping IPL Auctions in mind, that is slated later in January

It seems India has found it’s next pacer!

We are talking about the 18-year-old Kamlesh Nagarkoti from Rajasthan, who is faster than senior Indian fast bowlers like Umesh Yadav, Ishant Sharma, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mohammed Shami. The 18-year-old pacer bowls at a speed of more than 145 kmph and this was at display during the India’s tournament opener against Australia in ICC U-19 World Cup.

ALSO READ: U-19 WC: Why Tweeps hailed Prithvi Shaw as the “next Tendulkar”

Earlier in the day, India U-19 won the toss and opted to bat first. Shaw led from the front scoring 94 off 100 balls. Manjot Kalra, Shubham Gill also contributed with handsome 86 and 63 respectively. Edwards was the pick of the Australian bowlers bagging 4 wickets, but he too was on the expensive side. He conceded 64 runs in 9 overs.

ALSO READ: India vs Australia, ICC U-19 World Cup Live Streaming: Watch Live Coverage on Star Sports 1 & Live Streaming on Hotstar

But what has really caught the eye of the netizens is the pace of Kamlesh Nagarkoti. He is also trending on social media.

Here is how Twittersphere hailed the young pacer from Rajasthan.

When Nagarkoti destroyed England in the past, have a look at his raw pace.

One thing for certain, these young Turks are timing their performances to perfection, keeping IPL Auctions in mind, that is slated later in January.

Related Posts
Environmentalists Rejoice As Maharashtra Imposes Plastic Ban With Heavy Penalty
Environmentalists Rejoice As Maharashtra Imposes Plastic Ban With Heavy Penalty

A 249-member team of civic inspectors are set to implement measures to curb plastic usage with supervision in places

#InternationalWidowsDay: The City Of Widows In India
#InternationalWidowsDay: The City Of Widows In India

Discernible by the chatter of "Radhe Radhe" and the whiff of fresh dairy wafting through its streets, Vrindavan is also home to nearly 20,000 widows

×Close
×Close