Bharat often hit on the day when 32 points lost 24 balls.
Bowlers should always ride on the T20 cricket tenter hook to come up with the variation the batter is trying to dominate. The pressure can sometimes be immeasurable and the bowler needs to respond very quickly. And if the latter succeeds, he’s always excited and, if the stakes are high, he can certainly expect to see him off to the batter.
This is what happened during the 39th match. Indian Premier League (IPL) Between Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and Mumbai Indians (MI). At that time, the RCB was on track, with Rahul Chahar in 9th place on the receiving side. The leg spinner created a chance to dismiss Virat Kohli, but Hardik Pandya dropped the catch.
KS Bharat then hit him six times right next door to insult the injury. However, Chahar was a clever bowler, and he once again bowled a loopy delivery, triggering a batter from the batter. And Bharat did just that, trying to turn it inside out. However, he was only able to scrape the ball from the lower half of the bat for Suryakumar Yadav to pouch the catch with a wide long off.
What followed was a fierce see-off from Raffle Chahar, who won the battle. He was unlucky that Virat Kohli couldn’t play early, but nevertheless broke his second wicket partnership of 68 runs. Chahars was, of course, pumped up on that occasion.
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Not a great day for Chahar
He got the ticket gate, but Rahul Chahar couldn’t cast the usual financial spells. Glen Maxwell reverse swept him several times and the leg spinner was a bit expensive that day. He finished with a number of 1/33 with 4 overs and wanted to perform better in a game that was important to his team.
On the other hand, in the case of RCB Virat Kohli 51 lost 42 balls, blaming the glorious half-century score. He also completed 10,000 T20 runs in the process and became the fifth batter to accomplish this feat.