The match between Gujarat Giants and Manipal Tigers was called off. The match between Gujarat Giants and Manipal Tigers of Legends League Cricket, scheduled to be held at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi at 7:30 pm on Thursday, was called off without a ball being bowled as heavy rain engulfed the entire ground.
In such a situation, the promising players of cricket are waiting for the rain to stop. Meanwhile, Gujarat Giants have shared a video of their players, in which they are telling about what they prepare before the match. This video of Gujarat Giants is being well-liked on the country’s own social media, Ku App.
As we wait for the rain to stop, let’s hear from our #Giants about some of the pre-match rituals they have!
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In the third match of Legends League Cricket 2022, Gujarat Giants defeated Manipal Tigers by 2 wickets. But the incessant rain in Delhi since morning dashed everyone’s hopes, which was not taking the name of stopping. In such a situation, the match was canceled without a ball being played or even tossed.
talk to family
Batsman Manvinder Bisla says, “I believe that rituals belong to every cricketer, if I talk about me, I definitely talk to my family before every match, because it makes me feel lighter. The blessings of my family mean a lot to me. Secondly, whenever I do betting, I try to be the opener, because somewhere we get nervous when batting at number two.
Special attention is paid to accessories
Bowler Ashok Dinda says, “First of all my attention is on the hand bag so that nothing is left. Second is whether my shoes are of perfect number and matching or not. Whatever the clothes, it will work, but I need a head band and a wrist band.
pray to god
Bowler K P Appanna says, “First of all I pray for a better match. I pay special attention to whether my shoes, my bottle and everything are in order. The salmon spread here and there distracts me.”
Record of three drills
Batsman Parthiv Patel says, “My wicket-keeping has three drills, it doesn’t matter whether I am batting or keeping, this has been my routine for almost 10 years. If it is a four-day match and I have been out twice, whenever I have gone on the ground, I do this ritual of three wicket-keeping drills before every match.
Let us tell you that in the team of Gujarat Giants, Captain Virender Sehwag, Kevin O’Brien, Tillakaratne Dilshan, Wicket Keeper Parthiv Patel, Lendl Simmons, Thisara Perera, Joginder Sharma, Yashpal Singh, Graeme Swann, Rayad Amrit, KP Appanna, Mitchell McClenaghan, Ashok Dinda , Stuart Binny, Manvinder Bisla, Richard Levy, Ajanta Mendis, Chris Tremlett, Chris Gayle, Daniel Vettori and Elton Chigumbura.