Picture Credit: Twitter

Picture Credit: Twitter

Andhra captain who was retired hurt on Day 1 of the ongoing match against Madhya Pradesh in the Ranji Trophy, walked out to bat despite a wrist fracture. What was more shocking to the eyes was the grit with which he continued to bat with one hand in the quarterfinal match on Wednesday (February 1).

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On Day 1 of the ongoing match between Andhra and MP, the India batter was struck by a bouncer from pacer Avesh Khan. A team official later confirmed that he has suffered a fracture on his left wrist and has been advised five-six weeks rest. However, the official also added that if the team requires Vihari might have to come out to bat which was seen on Wednesday.

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The 29-year-old resumed his innings in the morning session on Day 2 with the scoreboard reading 353/9. In his innings of 27*, he struck two fours adding 10 more runs to his total as the team ended the session with a total for 379/9.


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Twitter users also took time to applaud  the warrior. While some hailed him as “absolute fighter”, a few others spoke of his commitment.


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