Marcus Stoinis was scared in front of a 16 year old boy, his hands and feet swelled after seeing the bowling, he knelt down before playing

IND vs AUS: A series of 3 ODI matches is to be played between the Indian cricket team and Australia. This series will start with the first ODI to be played in Mohali on 22 September. While the command of the Indian team is in the hands of KL Rahul, Australia will be captained by Pat Cummins. Both the teams have reached Mohali for the match and are practicing vigorously so that the series starts with a win. Meanwhile, during the practice session of the Australian team, an incident happened which troubled the big legends of Australia.

Australian players scared of 16 year old child

Marcus Stoinis
Marcus Stoinis

During the practice session of the Australian team, a 16-year-old boy was given the opportunity to bowl. Australia’s legendary batsmen had to face difficulties in front of this left-arm spin bowler. Especially former Australia captain Steve Smith, who plays spin well, and aggressive batsman Marcus Stoinis. Stoinis was not able to understand the ball and had to face discomfort many times while facing this boy.

Who is the 16 year old boy?


The boy we are talking about is Sameer Khan. Sameer Khan is a resident of Kapurthala, Punjab and is a student of class 11th. He has recently been selected among the probables of Punjab Under-19 team. Sameer bowled to Marcus Stoinis for about 20 minutes during the practice session and troubled him with his spinning balls. This legendary all-rounder of Australia highly appreciated the talent of this 16 year old bowler.

What did Sameer say?

After the practice session Sameer said, ‘The coach did not ask me to bowl on any particular line. I bowled my natural bowling. Stoinis was having some difficulty playing on the back foot. I bowled the ball a little higher and they were getting stuck on it. I also got out LBW. Bowling to players like Steve Smith and Marcus Stoinis was a great experience for me. Let us tell you that Sameer Khan has been kept in the hotel with the team for two days to support the Australian team in the practice session.

father sells bedsheets

Sameer Khan belongs to a lower middle class family of Kapurthala. They have 4 brothers and 1 sister. His father sells to earn a living. Sameer has said that, ‘Despite weak financial condition, my parents support me to progress in sports. I have played Punjab T20 League in which I took 5 wickets in 7 matches.

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