NEW DELHI: Uttarakhand's drummer, Karn Veer Kaushal, is a big fan of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. The number of supporters of the 27-year-old athlete has risen sharply after sending Sikkim bowlers to the leather hunt in a recent Vijay Hazare trophy match. Kaushal entered the record books by entering the first double-century history of the Vijay Hazare Trophy, with a total of 202 balls out of a total of 202.

With this thunderclap, Uttarakhand's drummer eclipsed Ajinkya Rahane's previous record of 187. Playing for Mumbai, Rahane netted a fine of 187 against Maharashtra in Pune in 2007.

"I'm really happy to break Ajinkya Rahane's record – he's a legend of the game," Kaushal told in an exclusive interview.

"If I meet Rahane one day, I'll talk to him about this recording and show him the score sheet.He (Ajinkya Rahane) is a great drummer.I would love to take some cricket tips," said the young man. .

"Honestly, I did not know that record, and I did not know what the best individual Vijay Hazare Trophy was, when I was two hundredths and I came back to the pavilion, my coaches and my team. – The mates have hugged me and have said that I am the first double centurion of the history of the Vijay Hazare trophy and that I broke the record of Ajinkya Rahane " said Kaushal, who broke 18 borders and 9 giants by hitting 135 balls.

Kaushal also broke the record of the highest stand in the A Cricket List in India when, with his opening partner, Vineet Saxena (100 runs on 133 balls), he scored 296 runs for ultimately helping Uttarakhand to create a whopping 366 for 2 to 50 oversees at GS Patel Stadium in Nadiad.

Shikhar Dhawan and Aakash Chopra had organized a defeat-free match with 277 points for Delhi against Punjab in 2007-08, the previous highest opening stand of the Vijay Hazare tournament.

"Vineet Saxena is my eldest.It played a vital role in my sleeves.When I evoked my century, Vineet came to see me and said:" You do not have to t & Stop here, advance your sleeves. "Every ten or ten races he motivated me," said versatile Uttarakhand at

"It was a memorable day for me, these records were a big surprise for me, breaking Rahane's record and Dhawan's partnership record with Chopra was really important to me, I just went to play my natural game," he added. I said.

Kaushal is a versatile batting player and wants to model his stick on the style of the MS Dhoni.


"I admire Dhoni – I've always wanted to play like him – I want to be a world-class player in the game." His way of playing, hitting the ball and managing the pressure, that's all. is a world-class race.Indian cricket is lucky to have a cricketer like him.I would like to meet him someday and thank him for having motivated me, "Kaushal said. , an exalted man.

Interestingly, Kaushal's first love was not cricket. It was table tennis.

"I played at the national level in table tennis.When I was in the 10th standard, my friends and I jumped to school and went to attend a cricket test." friends pushed me to try the sport.I took up the challenge.By the grace of God, I was chosen and then I represented the cricket team of under 16 years of Uttarakhand.


After his heroic feats in Vijay Hazare, boy Dehradun is hoping for a similar performance in the upcoming Ranji Trophy, which starts on November 1st.

"I want to play as I do so right here, I want to see my team in the round of 16," Kaushal said.


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