India all-rounder Stuart Binny has played 6 Tests, 14 ODIs and 3 T20Is for his nation. Be that as it may, he has been uninvolved for a long while now and is playing local cricket for Nagaland. In any case, during the period he wore the India pullover, Binny ensured he scripted history on account of his excellent bowling in Dhaka against Bangladesh in 2014.
Group India was safeguarding an insignificant 105 of every a downpour influenced game, and they required an extraordinary exertion with the ball to dominate the game. Also, it was Stuart Binny who put his hand up and without any assistance crushed the restriction with his bowling. The hosts were doing very well at 44/2 in the twelfth over when he started to unleash ruin.
When Bangladesh could’ve acknowledged what hit them, they were packaged out for 58 runs six overs later. Binny had selected six wickets from the last eight and surrendered just four runs in 4.4 overs he bowled. The figures are as yet the best for India in ODI cricket.
He is likewise upbeat that he performed well for the group when they were feeling the squeeze. Stuart Binny despite everything gets goosebumps when he watches that video frankly. You can’t request preferable days over that. It was where we didn’t get an excessive number of runs on the board and they were feeling the squeeze from ball one. It was a wicket that wasn’t terrible yet they were here and there the field due to rain.
Binny feels the pitch was perfect for his bowling
The 36-year-old additionally referred to that the pitch wasn’t really awful at the Sher-e Bangla National Stadium yet said that the steady showers added the dampness to the surface. The spreads went ahead and now and again and off. There was a little dampness on the surface and it fit his bowling. Binny was unable to have requested a superior wicket on that day to suit his bowling.