IPL 2021 | Red-hot Ambati Rayudu smashes fridge in MI dugout with six
Chennai Super Kings (CSK) batsman Ambati Rayudu’s menacing shots inside the unbeaten 72 were a treat to watch, but what caught the interest of watchers was an enormous six which arrived within the Mumbai Indians (MI) dugout and smashed a refrigerator.
The monstrous shot missed the players, but crashed in to the fridge when you look at the MI dugout at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi on Saturday-night, with photographs showing the top-left half the glass-door fridge putting up with some serious harm.
Though the 35-year-old Rayudu emerged the highest scorer for their staff, smashing an unbeaten 72 in mere 27 deliveries — with seven massive hits and four boundaries –, it absolutely was inadequate as Mumbai Indians came back highly to achieve the 219-run victory target from the last baseball of this over.
MI’s Kieron Pollard was similarly devastating, smashing a 34-ball 87, adorned with eight big hits and six boundaries, guiding his side to a four-wicket win in another of probably the most entertaining suits of the Indian Premier League (IPL) season.
Rayudu’s chance, hit-off brand new Zealand’s Trent Boult, moved viral right away along with his followers labelling him as CSK’s ‘Baahubali’, while one of is own followers tweeted, “Rayudu appeared to be he didn’t also break a sweat.”
Rayudu, who played their final T20I against Southern Africa in 2015 and has been CSK’s mainstay since 2018, punished both the seamers and spinners with equal disdain.
After to arrive to bat into the twelfth at late South African Faf du Plessis, Rayudu straightaway got down seriously to company, striking massive sixes and singling out MI spinner Rahul Chahar for special treatment.
Even ace MI bowler Jasprit Bumrah had an unforgettable time, going for 56 works in the quota of four overs.
Posted at sunlight, 02 May 2021 04:45:03 +0000