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IPL 2020 RR Vs CSK: A Day That Broke Many Records!

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Source: Business Standard

Rajasthan’s Win Over Chennai In IPL 2020 Breaks Few Records

Rajasthan put up a stellar performance to win the match even as they went to the game with the tag of underdogs. They outperformed CSK in every sector of the game and went on to break or equal a few records. When you see the batsman hitting and going after the bowlers, you can expect a few forms to fail, and that’s what happened. So here are the few exciting records.

IPL 2020
Source: Business Standard

Lungi Ngidi Shares The Record For Most Expensive Last Over Of Second IPL 2020 Match

Rajasthan was hitting every bowler, but it looked like things would slow down in the last over as bowler Jofra Archer was on strike. Moreover, CSK’s ace bowler Ngidi was coming on to bowl, and CSK thought their troubles were over. However, Jofra Archer was a hidden power hitter as he hit Ngidi for four consecutive sixes. He also bowled a no-ball and wide which added to the runs and took away his confidence. At the end of the last over, and gave away 30 runs. With this, he shares the record of most runs given in the previous over with Ashok Dinda and Chris Jordan.

Rajasthan Defend A Total Against Chennai After Ten Years

Every one expected Rajasthan to lose this game, especially after Chennai decided to bowl first. Never in the past ten years, Rajasthan had defended a total against Chennai. However high or low the score may be, Chennai chased the total and won the match. However, yesterday, Chennai fell short of 16 runs and lost the game. With this, Rajasthan managed to defend a total after a long gap of ten years.

IPL 2020
Source: Rediff

Rajasthan Vs Chennai Match Of IPL 2020 Sees Record 33 Sixes

Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings both touched 200 in their respective inning. So it is natural for you to expect the balls flying every other ball. The match saw as many as 33 sixes which is again a record that the two teams now share with RCB and former IPL team Pune Sahara Warriors.


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