Varun Aaron
29-Year-Old BowlerBowler
Rajasthan Royals

India

Claims two wickets while bowling first
BowlerRajasthan Royals
April 25, 2019
Aaron claimed figures of two for 20 for Rajasthan Royals in a three-wicket win against Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League (IPL) in Kolkata on Thursday.
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Aaron had an impressive day with the ball in hand for the visitors. The veteran right-arm pacer not only finished the match as the joint-most economical bowler with an economy-rate of five, but also claimed important wickets of dangerous Chris Lynn and Shuman Gill. While doing so, Aaron also bowled 17 dot balls, most by any bowler in the match.
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