Watch: Hanuma Vihari takes a one-handed stunner in his debut match in County Championship 2021


Everyone is busy with the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League. The young and new talented cricketers showing off their skills on the field.

Harshal Patel, Shahbaz Nadeem and Avesh Khan were one of those cricketers who hit the headlines in recent times. Besides, we all have missed the domestic cricket ahead of the Indian Premier League.

Hanuma Vihari who represents India in the Test team has made his county cricket debut for Warwickshire on Thursday. He grabbed the attention of the fans by clinching a one-handed catch in the match against Nottinghamshire.

The Andhra Pradesh all-rounder announced his arrival by taking a stunning catch to send off the opposition skipper Steven Mullaney for 31 runs.

Watch the video here:

Hanuma Vihari gone for a duck

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Nottinghamshire elected to bat first after winning the toss. Ben Slater and Haseeb Hameed have opened the innings and didn't makeup to the marks. Both the batsmen come back to the pavilion with the numbers 5 and 19 respectively.

The skipper and the wicket-keeper Steven Mullaney and Tom Moores added some runs in the middle and ended up their innings with the numbers of 31 each.

However, Patterson-White came in to bat at the lower order and played till the end of the innings. He got a little bit of support from Stuart Broad and Zak Chappell from the other end.

Nottinghamshire finished the innings and scored 273 runs with the help of Patterson-White who remained unbeaten on 73 runs.

Following the total, Will Rhodes the captain of Warwickshire opened the innings along with Robert Yates who has been removed by Zak Chappell in the very first ball he bowled.

The Indian batsman Hanuma Vihari has been scalped by Stuart Broad who handed over a simple catch to Haseeb Hameed and gone for a duck. After the wicket of their skipper, Danny Briggs and Sam Hain are currently setting up the middle order and adding some crucial runs on the board.