4,4,4,4,0,4: Chris Gayle smacks five fours in one over against Kyle Jamieson | Watch
Only everyday after Prithvi Shaw’s six consecutive fours against Shivam Mavi, Punjab Kings’ dasher Chris Gayle almost continued the feat against Royal Challengers Bangalore at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
The ‘Universe Boss’ hammered Kyle Jamieson for five fours inside final over of the PowerPlay on Friday. Gayle’s blitz don’t end there. In the next over bowled by Yuzvendra Chahal, Gayle smacked two maximums to propel the Punjab outfit to a flying start.
Being place to bat first, the Punjab outfit began poorly, dropping Prabhsimran Singh (7) at the beginning of the innings. Skipper KL Rahul after that teamed with Gayle whilst the two guided PBKS to 49/1 at the end of the very first six overs.
Rahul and Gayle added 80 works the 2nd wicket prior to the second departed for 46 within the 11th over. Gayle moved for a hook off Daniel Sams however the ball took the most truly effective side and lobbed towards wicketkeeper AB de Villiers. Thus far, only Shane Watson and Gayle have struck five or higher fours in an IPL over on two occasions.
For the clash against RCB, Punjab made three modifications for their part attracting Riley Meredith, Prabhsimran Singh, and Harpreet Brar in the place of Moises Henriques, Arshdeep Singh, and Mayank Agarwal.
Having won just two games up to now out-of six, Rahul’s men are sitting sixth in the points dining table with four points.
“we now have constantly found ourselves inside position, we have to head out indeed there and put up a program today. We three modifications. Henriques and Arshdeep tend to be away, Mayank is certainly not experiencing too really as he got hit-in the very last online game.
“Meredith, Prabhsimran and Harpreet are in. It is (inconsistency) one thing we now have discussed. We are a band of guys aside from Chris, but it is essential we study on our mistakes. I am hoping therefore (a hundred years for Gayle),” said Rahul after dropping the toss
Published at Fri, 30 Apr 2021 15:28:46 +0000