Where Dhoni-Warner failed, 19-year-old Priyam Garg burns out, fulfills dead mother's dream


Bangla Hunt Desk: Sunrisers Hyderabad decided to bat first against Chennai Super Kings in an important match of IPL yesterday. Sunrisers Hyderabad came under pressure to start batting. Sunrisers Hyderabad lost one wicket after another in the beginning. After batting, the top order batsmen of Sunrisers Hyderabad got out quickly one by one and returned to the pavilion. At that time, young cricketer Priyam Garg took the helm of the team. He flashed with the bat at the crucial moment. He scored a half-century to take Hyderabad's run to a respectable place.

Where experienced batsmen like David Warner, Kane Williamson, Manish Pandey are failing one after another, Priyam Garg was ignited in the crucial match by playing a great innings of 51 off just 26 balls.

However, the road to becoming a cricketer was not an easy one for Priyam Garg. Priyam Garg's mother wanted her son to play cricket for the country. That dream has been fulfilled by Garg, the young cricketer who has led the Indian team in the Under-19 World Cup. But Garg's mother could not see her son leading the country. When Priyam was ten years old, he left the Maya of this world and passed away. Then Priyam Garg's father worked hard to make his five siblings human. Priyam Gorg has fulfilled his dream of becoming a cricketer by working hard. In the end she has fulfilled the dreams of herself, mother and family. He had a great performance in front of Warner and Williamson in yesterday's match.