This Australian fast bowler makes a splash after making his hat-trick and T20 World Cup squad in IPL 2021

Australia’s young fast bowler Nathan Ellis, who was jammed with a hat-trick against Bangladesh in his debut in international cricket, is now set to make his debut in the second leg of the IPL 2021. According to reports, three teams have contacted the kangaroo pacer after some foreign players refused to play in the tournament and one of them had a conversation with the franchisee. Let us tell you that Ellis was selected as a backup player in the Australian T20 World Cup squad. All the teams in the IPL must submit their final squad to the BCCI by August 20th.

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According to ‘Cricket.com.au’ news, three IPL teams made deals on Thursday after being inducted into the T20 World Cup by Nathan Ellis, and late last night they were in talks with the franchisee. However, it is not yet clear which team has signed Ellis. Ellis needs the final approval of Cricket Australia to participate in the IPL. With the exception of Ellis, Dan Christian and Daniel Sams have been selected as backup players in the T20 World Cup squad.

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Ellis made his international debut in the third game of the five-match T20I series against Bangladesh. He was replaced by Mitchell Starc, who was impressed by his bowling debut in this kangaroo debut. Ellis got a hat-trick in the first over of the innings with Mahmudullah, Mehndi Hassan and Mustafizur Rahim running into the last over of the innings. Nathan Ellis took three wickets for 34 runs in 4 overs. However, Australia lost the match by 10 runs.

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