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Watch: Fabian Allen plays blinder against Sri Lanka ahead of IPL 2020; SRH fans thrilled

Whenever a player from an IPL franchise plays well for their country, the fans of that franchise will go berserk and will be hoping for that player to replicate the same kind of performance for their franchise as well.

This is a pretty common thing and now another such instance has happened when the Sun Risers Hyderabad player Fabian Allen played an absolute blinder against the Sri Lankans in the 3rd ODI and almost snatched the victory from the jaws of defeat for his country.

Stupendous innings from the all-rounder

The young and talented all-rounder from the Caribbean has impressed one and all with his effortless hitting of the cricket ball in the 3rd ODI against the Sri Lankans. After having already lost the series, the Windies played for restoring some pride but failed to win the 3rd ODI as well.

When the West Indies needed 55 from 4.4 overs, the match was all but gone for the West Indies. Then came a fighting innings from the 24 year old Fabian Allen who took the Sri Lankan attack single-handedly and almost took his team home before getting out to Angelo Mathews in the last over

In the end Fabian Allen departed for a well made 35 runs from just 15 deliveries that included 3 maximums and 2 boundaries in it.

Sun Risers fans amused with Fabian Allen’s performance

It is a dream for many young players around the world to play at least a season of IPL in their cricketing career. The amount of exposure one gets through playing IPL is something that no one wants to miss.

The talented Caribbean will play his 1st IPL for SRH this season after SRH went for him at the auction where he was taken for his base price of 50 lakhs.
The SRH fans were delighted to see their player performing well and they were hoping for him to perform well for SRH as well

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