Michael Vaughan On Mumbai Indians Batter: “Best Young Player I Have Seen”

Michael Vaughan On Mumbai Indians Batter: “Best Young Player I Have Seen” Former England captain Michael Vaughan is impressed with one young Mumbai Indians batter’s talent.

Dewald Brevis continues to dazzle in the ongoing IPL 2022 season, and every time he steps out to bat for the Mumbai Indians, fans and cricket pundits alike are astounded by the 18-year-old Proteas batter’s ability. Brevis scored 31 runs off 13 balls against the Lucknow Super Giants, with six fours and one six. Former England captain Michael Vaughan lauded the young batter, calling him the “best young player he has ever seen.”

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Michael Vaughan tweet: Best Young Player I Have Seen”

“Dewald Brevis !! Best young player I have seen … #IPl2022,” Vaughan tweeted on Saturday during MI’s defeat 18-run defeat to LSG.

Former Australia batter Mark Waugh also praised Brevis’ ability on Twitter.

“Wow unbelievable ball striking and presence at the crease for such a young batsman.#freakish,” Waugh replied on Vaughan’s tweet.

Brevis has scored 117 runs in four games this season, with his highest score being 49 against Punjab Kings.

His team, on the other hand, has not fared well this season.

Mumbai Indians suffered their sixth straight loss in the ongoing IPL 2022 season on Saturday, falling by 18 runs to Lucknow Super Giants.

The Mumbai Indians fell 18 runs short of the target of 200 runs. Mumbai Indians’ six consecutive defeats are their longest losing streak in the IPL.

Previously, they had lost their first five games in the 2014 IPL, but they still made the playoffs.

Mumbai Indians have now become the third franchise in IPL history to lose their first six matches. The other two teams to have lost their first six matches are Royal Challengers Bangalore (2019) and Delhi Daredevils (2013).

KL Rahul played an unbeaten 103-run knock as Lucknow posted 199/4 against Mumbai Indians, and Avesh Khan then took three wickets to limit Mumbai Indians to 181/9.

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