18-year-old Arjun Tendulkar on Tuesday took his maiden wicket in Indian outfit while playing in the U19 Test between India and Sri Lanka at Colombo. Sachin Tendulkar’s son, who is a left-arm fast bowler, got the wicket of Sri Lankan opener Mishara for 9. Arjun trapped him leg before wickets. Arjun got the first use of the red cherry. He got the wicket in the first session of the first morning of the Test.Also Read - How 50 Feels...: Sachin Tendulkar's Funny Birthday Wish for Old Friend Goes Viral | See UNSEEN Photos

Earlier in the day, Sri Lanka Under-19s, elected to bat first. It looks like a good wicket where the ball does a bit early on but then settles down into a nice batting strip. The young left-arm pacer made headlines when he took the wicket of Jonny Bairstow in a net session. Also Read - Virat Kohli or Sachin Tendulkar? Politician's Tweet Sparks Controversy After Captaincy Resignation

He is a regular at Lord’s and was recently seen bowling to the Indian senior cricketers in the UK. Also Read - India vs Pakistan Twitter War Turns Ugly Over Controversial Dean Elgar DRS Call During 3rd Test At Cape Town

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Here is the video of his maiden wicket.

Earlier, Arjun Tendulkar was not picked by Mumbai U-19 Ranji Trophy pre-season camp, according to several reports as he had made it to the probable list of the U-19 India team that is currently touring Sri Lanka. The young Tendulkar is a left-arm fast bowler, unlike his legendary dad who was a master batsman. Arjun has had the experience of bowling to legends in the nets and has also got praise from the likes of Wasim Akram.