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Vinay Kumar does a Jonty Rhodes in Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 - Watch video

Vinay Kumar’s Jonty Rhodes-style run-out could not help Karnataka as they lost to Punjab in a thrilling Super Over encounter in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Twenty20 tournament.

cricket Updated: Jan 22, 2018 11:17 IST
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Vinay Kumar’s splendid effort in the field could not help Karnataka escape defeat in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Twenty20 trophy against Punjab.
Vinay Kumar’s splendid effort in the field could not help Karnataka escape defeat in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Twenty20 trophy against Punjab.(HT Photo)

When it comes to amazing run-outs, Jonty Rhodes flying through the air to demolish the stumps to run-out Inzamam-ul-Haq in the 1992 World Cup encounter against Pakistan in Brisbane tops the charts. On Sunday, R Vinay Kumar on Sunday produced a similar effort during the Super League match in the ongoing Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy.

Vinay Kumar was fielding at mid-off when he got the opportunity of a run-out, and having grabbed the ball; After Gurkeerat Singh had tapped Sreenath Aravind to mid-off, he set off for a single but there was hesitation and Vinay Kumar threw himself towards the wickets and took down at least two stumps to complete the run-out.

The similarities with Inzamam-ul-Haq’s run-out does not end. In the 1992 clash, the batsman hesitated in taking the run and in this case, Gurkeerat too was caught in two minds and was run-out for a fourth-ball duck.

An elated Vinay Kumar even got hold of a video clipping of his brilliant effort and shared it with the former South African cricketer and his ex-coach at Mumbai Indians on Twitter, but not before Karnataka and Punjab played out a thriller in which the latter emerged victorious via one-over eliminator on Sunday.

However, Karnataka went on to lose the clash in the one-over eliminator as Mandeep Singh, who had earlier scored a 29-ball 45 during Punjab’s chase of 159, struck a 4-ball 10 later on to power his side to a crucial win at the Jadavpur University Campus, 2nd Ground in Kolkata.