Arshdeep Singh did loss of lakhs! Know how much the stumps used in IPL cost
Arshdeep Singh Stump break of the middle stumps not once but twice in the last over of the match. He first bowled Tilak Verma and then showed Nehal Wadhera the way to the pavilion in the same fashion.
In the 31st match of IPL 2023, Arshdeep Singh has done huge damage by breaking the stumps against Mumbai Indians on Saturday night. The left-arm fast bowler broke the middle stumps not once but twice in the last over of the match. Arshdeep first bowled Tilak Verma and then showed Nehal Wadhera the way to the pavilion in the same fashion.
After this feat of Arshdeep Singh stump break, questions started arising in the minds of the fans that after all, how much do the stumps used in IPL cost? If you have a similar question in your mind too, then you have come to the right place. Today we are going to give you complete information about this matter.
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How Much Stump Cost
As per reports are to be believed, the cost of a set of stumps ranges between Rs 25 to 30 lakhs. A set of stumps comes with three balls. Apart from this, the cost of Jings Bells, which are kept on the stumps, is said to be around 50 thousand rupees. In an IPL match, two sets of stumps are used at both ends. If we consider the cost of a set of stumps as 25 lakhs, then stumps worth 50 lakhs and zings bails worth 1 lakh are used at both ends during the match. In such a situation, Arshdeep Singh has done a huge loss to the IPL.
Stump Breaker in Last Over
Chasing the target of 215 runs by Punjab Kings, Mumbai Indians scored 175 runs in 17 overs. MI needed 40 runs in the last 3 overs and getting so many runs in the last over at the Wankhede Stadium was no big deal. But Arshdeep Singh did not let this task of Mumbai remain easy.
How Arshdeep Singh Stump Break
Arshdeep Singh stump break while bolwing in the 18th over of the innings, was definitely hit by Tim David for a six on the first ball, but after that the left-arm bowler made a strong comeback. Arshdeep dismissed Suryakumar Yadav, who was batting brilliantly on the fourth ball of the over, on a personal score of 57, during which Atharva Tayde also caught a brilliant catch. Despite being hit for a six off the first ball, Arshdeep Singh spent only 9 runs in this over taking one wicket.
Arshdeep Singh Last Over
Arshdeep Singh gave one run in the first two balls and took the wicket of Tilak Verma in the third ball. Arshdeep not only dismissed Tilak Verma, but also broke the middle stump into two pieces. Nehal Wadhera, who came to bat after Tilak’s dismissal, went ahead and tried to hit a big shot, but he too got out in the style of Tilak Verma and during this also the middle stump was split into two pieces.
Nathan Ellis was thrashed fiercely in the 19th over and he took 15 runs. In the last over, now Mumbai needed 16 runs to win and the ball was once again in the hands of Arshdeep Singh. Along with breaking the stumps twice in two consecutive balls, Arshdeep Singh also broke the back of Mumbai Indians. 15 runs were now required off the last two balls and MI managed to score only 1 run.
Arshdeep Singh spent only 11 runs in his last two overs despite hitting 1 six and during this he also took three wickets. In this way, due to his stumps breaking bowling, he became the hero of Punjab’s victory.
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