Patel fired Haldik Pandia, Kiron Polard, and Rahul Chahar on the first three balls of the 16th time to join the list of elites.
Harshal Patelseems seems to have developed a preference for Mumbai Indians. Isn’t he? The young pacemaker sculpted five furs against the defending champions in the first half, but did a great hat-trick against them on the UAE leg.Patel is Hardik Pandya, Kiron Polard, and Raffle Chahar With the first three balls of the 16th time to join the list of elites. He became the 17th bowler to win a hat-trick in the history of the Indian Premier League.
Hershall’s hero couldn’t come any further, as the game was somewhat ready after the 16 overs. MI needed 24 to 61 runs with the dashing duos Kiron Polard and Hardik Pandya on the center stage. However, smart pacemakers have dented MI’s plans in a few deliveries. Pandia was the first victim of a fast bowler.
Hershall Patel Foxhardik Pandia, Kiron Polard
He made a big mistake from a late delivery and skipper Virat Kohli took a clean catch escaping from the cover. With the batters crossed, Polard went to the end of the striker, but only joined Junior Pandia with a bargain. To unleash the blockbuster, the Caribbean star gave himself some leeway, but couldn’t read the offcut. As a result, the furniture was messed up and the RCB’s victory was inevitable.
Patel has fired Rahul Chahar for a milestone. He bowled a loopy full toss and trapped a leg spinner in front of the stump. The referee on the scene raised his finger, and Chahar didn’t even do a review. After all, the ball would obviously have broken the stump on the leg.
Losing the eighth ticket gate at this MI, the RCB’s victory became a matter of time. Virat Kohli’s men ended the match with 54 runs.In particular, Patel became the third RCB bowler to complete a hat-trick after Samuel Badree and Prabean Kumar. IPL..
Early in the game, the RCB posted 165/6, first batting at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. While skippers Kori and Glen Maxwell beat half a century, Shrikar Bharat scored an impressive 32. Run the opening wicket stand and lose your wicket on a regular basis. Then they got into a skirmish for 111.