Watch: Washington Sundar claims five-wicket haul on county debut for Lancashire

By: Sports Desk |

Updated: July 20, 2022 10:25:07 pm

Washington Sundar continues to shine on his county debut. (File/PTI)

Washington Sundar returned with figures of 5/76 on his county debut for Lancashire against Northamptonshire in Northampton on Wednesday.

WASHI HAS FIVE!! 🖐️🌟@Sundarwashi5 becomes just the seventh @lancscricket player to take a five-for on debut! 👏

McManus caught sweeping on the boundary for 61.

226-9 (75.2)

🌹 #RedRoseTogether

— Lancashire Cricket (@lancscricket) July 20, 2022

The off-spinner picked up the five-for when he dismissed Lewis McManus for 61.

Earlier, on Tuesday the 22-year-old had removed opener Will Young (2 off 25), a well-set Rob Keogh (54 off 82), Ryan Rickleton (22 off 41), and Tom Taylor (1 off 4)

Sundar last played a first-class game in July last year. A finger injury had also kept him away from the game for a while.

The all-rounder has already represented India in all three formats and has also made over 50 appearances in the IPL.

Washington Sundar Maiden 5 wicket haul in County Championship #CountyChampionship #bcci

— Cricket Highlights (@Cricket74980775) July 20, 2022

Subscriber Only StoriesView AllPremiumUPSC Key-July 20, 2022: Why you should read ‘Twiplomacy’ or ‘Violence’ or…PremiumMarathi votes split, Sena eyes north Indian support before BMC litmus testPremiumExplained: Who is Ranil Wickremesinghe, old warhorse with a (tough) shot …PremiumExplained: Why do people give up their Indian citizenship, and where do t…

Ahead of his county debut, Sundar revealed that he chose Lancashire even while playing games on his Playstation.

Special offer
For your UPSC prep, a special sale on our ePaper. Do not miss out!

Buy now

📣 Join our Telegram channel (The Indian Express) for the latest news and updates

For all the latest Sports News, download Indian Express App.

  • The Indian Express website has been rated GREEN for its credibility and trustworthiness by Newsguard, a global service that rates news sources for their journalistic standards.

© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd

Subscribers Reading NowT M Krishna writes: We no longer know how to respond to violenceUPSC Key-July 20: What to read and why for UPSC CSEWho is Ranil Wickremesinghe, old warhorse with a shot at making historyIndian MNCs are absent from discussions on digital policyWhy do people give up their Indian citizenship, and where do they go?Opinion: It's time to change the standard love story ExplainedWho is a gold digger, the derogatory expression used to describe certain kind of greedy woman?OpinionT M Krishna writes: We no longer know how to respond to violencePremiumEditorialSC has done well to draw a few red lines in Zubair caseExplainedWho is Ranil Wickremesinghe, Sri Lanka's new President?PremiumKallakurichi student death: NCPCR to conduct spot inquiryUPSC KeyWhy you should read ‘Twiplomacy’ or ‘Citizens and Aliens’PremiumPujara slams third double century for Sussex in county cricketExplainedWhat are tetrapods, and did their removal cause 'unusual vibrations' along Mumbai's Marine Drive?WatchSpeeding ambulance skids on wet road, rams into K'taka toll boothPythagorean geometry in Vedic-era texts, centuries before PythagorasPremiumWhy does Magnus Carlsen find the World Chess Championship boring?SPONSOREDMadHat Season 5 Organized by Symbiosis Centre for Media and CommunicationLatest News 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.