Lucknow Tremendous Giants’ Afghan pacer Naveen-ul-Haq has been doing the rounds ever since his on-field spat with former Indian skipper Virat Kohli throughout the much-talked-about conflict in opposition to Royal Challengers Bangalore. Following his heroics with the ball in opposition to Mumbai Indians, in a dropping trigger for LSG, the Afghan pacer has thanked the teaching employees and administration for his or her help.
The 23-year-old pacer from Kabul had a formidable stint with the Lucknow-based franchise in IPL 2023, scalping 11 wickets in seven outings. His greatest efficiency with the ball got here in opposition to five-time champions Mumbai Indians within the Eliminator at Chepauk, the place he completed with 4 wickets to his identify.
Naveen has been subjected to trolling and criticism by followers on social media for his on-field antics and refined digs at former RCB skipper Virat Kohli. A piece of the group was additionally heard chanting the identify of the previous Indian skipper whereas the LSG pacer was fielding close to the boundary ropes. Whereas the pacer thanked LSG for his or her help, he took a refined jibe on the naysayers in his newest Instagram put up.
“Have tons to say however for now all I am going to say is thanks for all of the love and help to the coaches, administration and everybody concerned on this journey thanks Lucknow Tremendous Giants,” learn Naveen’s put up.
Naveen’s heroics goes down the drain after Madhwal’s carnage
Regardless of his antics on social media, Naveen-ul-Haq delivered the products for the Lucknow-based franchise of their essential conflict in opposition to Mumbai Indians. He opened the floodgates for his aspect after dismissing Mumbai skipper Rohit Sharma for his first wicket within the match. He adopted it up with the wickets of the threatening Suryakumar Yadav and Cameron Inexperienced in a single over to rattle the five-time champions.
Tilak Verma grew to become his fourth and final sufferer within the match because the canny pacer helped his aspect wrestle again the momentum within the center overs. Nonetheless, MI’s Akash Madhwal outshone Naveen with mind-boggling figures of 5/5, sealing an emphatic victory for the Males in Blue and Gold.