Indian Premier League 2020, Rajasthan Royals vs Kings XI Punjab: Sanju Samson, Rahul Tewatia Blitz bowled out of most successful chase in IPL history
Some sensational sixes from Rajasthan Royals (RR) and Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) contributed to the most successful chase in the history of the Indian Premier League (IPL) as RR scored a hefty 223/2 courtesy by KXIP’s Rahul Tewatia Insisted on. The left-handed batsman who was in the squad for his leg-spin with Willow more than any extent, had 17 runs off 23 balls at the end of 17 balls.Th The game in the hands of Over and KXIP. However, he dramatically switched gears to score six sixes in the next two overs and scored 36 off the final eight balls. The result was to end RR 226/6 with three balls – the most chase in the IPL against the Deccan Chargers in 2008 to improve RR’s record of 215.
Sheldon Cottrell was hit for sixes off the first four balls and then the final ball of 18.Th The equation of 18 to 21 to 21 to 12 was changed by Tewatia putting the game over 30 on his head.
Jofra Archer resumed from where he had left the field, batting in Sharjah for the last time, and Shami had two sixes out of 19.Th Seal the match for all but RR.
Although Tewatia was eventually dismissed for 53 off 31 balls and Ryan Parag was bowled by Murugan Ashwin in the final over, only two of the last six balls were needed as it was indeed a walk in the park for RR .
Tetia was promoted to batting number 4 ahead of Robin Uthappa after captain Steve Smith’s 50-run stormy innings of just 27 balls.
Tevetia seemed to have scored 5 out of 13, 17 out of 21 and 17 out of 23.
At the other end put some pressure on Sanju Samson as RR crawled from 100/2 in the ninth over, 140/2 in 15Th.
With the asking rate up to 14 overs, Samson decided to take the risk and hit Glenn Maxwell for three of 16 sixes.Th up.
However, Mohammed Shami bounced back and outscored Samson by 85 runs at a score of 42 and it looked like there would be a match for KXIP.
However, Tewatia had other plans, as she felt that a switch would be flipped with Samson getting out and a stampede ensuing 36 for the next eight balls.
The dramatic change of Tewatia’s heart is to some extent Mayank Agarwal’s first IPL gift. Batting with his skin, Agarwal scored 106 runs in just 50 balls with the help of 10 fours and 7 sixes and played well with skipper KL Rahul, who scored 54 runs.
The duo shared the opening stand of 183 runs and set the stage for a high scoring match at the level of the deck in Sharjah.
Maxwell 9 and Nicholas Pooran remained unbeaten on 13, making a brilliant save at the boundary, crossing the ball with a ball to go across the rope in the playground, while being 25 to 8 sixes due to the wind being aerial. Scored.
Pooran’s effort caused waves of Pinnice songs with commentators and experts on social media for the Caribbean effort, but in the end it was of little consolation as the sixes who were beyond the reach of Pooran or anyone and the evacuees of Sharjah Landed beyond stands or roads.
The bowlers on both sides had a day to forget as Shami scored 3/53 in four overs and Cottrell got 1/52 in three. For RR, Ankit Rajput and Tom Curren got one wicket each.