Lalit Yadav is a notable Indian cricketer who has struck six sixes in an over multiple times in domestic or lower-level cricket.
Lalit Yadav was born in Delhi, India, on January 3, 1997. He began his career as a domestic player with Delhi. The Delhi Capitals paid 20 lakhs for Yadav's services.
In the 2017-2018 Ranji Trophy, Lalit Yadav made his first-class debut for Delhi. In November 2017, he played his first-class match.
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Yadav made his reputation in lower-level cricket when he blasted six sixes in six balls in an over at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium during the DDCA T20 tournament.
In a sporting club play versus Najafgarh Sports Complex, he did it again. In that match, Lalit Yadav went on to score a century. He hit a game-high 130 points on only 46 balls. His ferocious innings featured 13 sixes and nine fours. His innings transformed the contest one-sided, as his team amassed a massive total and bowled out the opponents for just 75 runs.
Lalit was a huge fan of Virender Sehwag, the famed Indian explosive opener, and watching him practise inspired him to pursue his dream of being a professional cricketer.
Lalit Yadav made his first-class debut against Maharashtra in the 2017-18 Ranji Trophy. He hit critical 52 runs in his first-ever Ranji innings as Delhi amassed a massive 419-run total. That match versus Maharashtra was won by Delhi by an innings and 61 runs.
Lalit had already played four innings and had shown incredible consistency, getting three fifties in that time.
In the 2017-18 zonal t20 league, he made his T20 debut. In the 2017-18 edition of the Vijay Hazare Trophy, he also made his List-A debut.
In 2018, his team won the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. In the series, Lalit Yadav made a significant impact.
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The Delhi Capitals purchased Yadav for the Indian Premier League 2020 season ahead of the 2020 auction.
Prior to the IPL, Lalit had stated that there would be less pressure on the IPL debutants if there was no audience in the stadium.
Before the 2020 IPL, Lalit was part of a group that included Rishabh Pant, Mohit Sharma, and Ishant Sharma who practised at a farmhouse. All of them were Delhi Capitals players.
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