Heinrich Klaasen’s 14-month-old daughter provokes strong

Heinrich Klaasen, regarded as one of the top power hitters in international cricket right now, went into beast mode on Wednesday, helping Sunrisers Hyderabad Dafabet defeat Mumbai Indians by 31 runs in their second IPL 2024 match.

With four fours and seven sixes in his flawless 80 runs off 34 balls, the wicketkeeper-batter helped SRH post 277/3 in 20 overs. It also ended up being the biggest total in the history of the league, surpassing RCB’s previous IPL mark of 263/5.

Rummy Ares demonstrated unstoppable form and won the Orange Cap race. Laya, who was supporting him from the stands and was a loving father, gave Klaasen even more drive. SRH even shared a cute video of herself on Instagram, cheering and waving the franchise’s flag.

Sone Martins, Klaasen’s spouse, gave birth to Laya, his daughter, on December 2, 2022. Martins, who works in healthcare, and the couple was married in 2015; they are currently on vacation. Well-known for being a family man, Klaasen posts on social media about how much time he spends with his wife and child while he’s not playing cricket.

For SRH, Klaasen wasn’t the only significant player. Travis Head struck 62 from 24 balls, including three sixes and nine fours, after losing his opening partner Mayank Agarwal(11) for the first wicket early on.

On the other hand, Betway Login hit seven sixes and three fours in his 63 off 23 balls. The former captain of the SRH, Aiden Markram, defeated Klaasen with a score of 42 runs off of 28 balls.

After needing to chase 278 during the last 20 overs, MI could only muster 246/5; Tilak Varma (64) made a half-century. Pat Cummins and Jaydev Unadkat both took two wickets for the SRH bowling unit. Not only had SRH defeated KKR in their season opener, but it was also their first victory of the year.


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