IPL 2022: SRH shares a video clip of Brian Lara batting in the nets

Sunrisers Hyderabad shared a video clip of Lara batting in the nets

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Former West Indies captain Brian Lara is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest batsmen of all time. The former cricketer has been one of the pillars of West Indies' cricket history. 
SRH shares video clip of Brian Lara batting in the netsHe has created several records as far as the international cricket is concerned. Lara registered his personal best score of 400* against England in 2003-04, a record which still remains intact even today. 
Lara has slammed 9 double centuries in the longest format. Only Don Bradman (12) and Kumar Sangakkara (11) scored more double tons in Test cricket. Meanwhile, Sunrisers Hyderabad franchise shared a video clip of Brian Lara batting in the nets.
The video clip of the same has been doing the rounds on social media portals. SRH posted the video clip on their official Twitter handle along with the caption.
The caption of the post reads, "Don't be confused. It's 2022, not the 90s. But some things always remain the same legendary way. 🏏🧡@brianlaraofficial | #OrangeArmy #ReadyToRise #TATAIPL."

Watch the video below:

Talking about the team's performance this season, SRH are sixth on the points table with 5 wins and 6 defeats. They have gained 10 points at a Net Run Rate of -0.031. SRH will take on Kolkata Knight Riders in the next game.
The game will kick off tomorrow at Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune. It is a must win game for KKR and as a result, we can expect a cracker of a contest.
Former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar has backed SRH captain Kane Williamson to regain his form soon. Speaking to Sportskeeda, the former pacer had analyzed the reasons behind SRH's problems.
“Kane needs to turn from William to villain and attack with the bat in hand. He just needs to score, otherwise the team (will be in trouble). The T20 format gives full opportunity to openers to score. There is no reason why he shouldn't succeed," he added.