Sharjah The match played between Rajasthan Royals and Kings XI Punjab (RR vs KXIP) in IPL 2020 (IPL 2020) has been recorded in the pages of IPL history. In this match, Rajasthan Royals batsman Rahul Tewatia gave his team a historic victory by 4 wickets by hitting 5 sixes in one over of Kings XI fast bowler Sheldon Cottrell.
But if Rahul Teotia had not hit these sixes, he would have always been remembered for batting poorly in this league, but Tevatiya did not let this happen and he went on to become a hero from Villain for Rajasthan.
Rahul Tewatia made a special contribution in the final moments to help Rajasthan Royals achieve the mammoth target of 224 runs. In fact, Rajasthan were out of the match at one time to get the target of 224 runs from Kings XI Punjab and the team needed 51 runs to win in the last three overs. Tewatia was battling 21 runs off 23 balls at that time.
5 sixes, 1 over – A Tewatia special.
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It seemed that Tewatia would also become the reason for the defeat of Rajasthan Royals. Because Rahul did not hit a single boundary in 19 balls. After this, the fast bowler Sheldon Cottrell came to Punjab for the 17th over and then the story of the match completely changed.
Rahul Tewatiya hit 4 consecutive sixes in the first four balls on Cottrell in this over. After this, the whole pressure came over the Punjab team and Sheldon Cottrell. It was felt as if Rahul Teotia would make a record of 6 sixes in an over in IPL history.
Although Cottrell fired the 5th ball of the over, the sixth ball was again sent off by Rahul Tewatia for 6 runs and a special performance was taken by the 5 sixes in an over. Rahul Tewatiya equaled Chris Gayle in the matter of hitting 5 sixes in an over, Gayle hit 5 sixes in the IPL against Rahul Sharma in 2013.
Rahul Tewatia took 30 runs in this over of Cottrell and gave Rajasthan the biggest win in the run chase case of IPL history. Rahul Tewatiya played a brilliant innings of 53 runs with the help of 7 sixes in 31 balls. Please tell that for Rahul Teotia, this IPL is going great with both ball and bat.