Patidar hit a 102 meter long six, the ball hit Uncle’s head, viral picture

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IPL 2022: In the match against Punjab, RCB batsman Rajat Patidar has won the hearts of the fans while batting in a stormy style.

IPL 2022: In the match against Punjab, RCB batsman Rajat Patidar has won the hearts of the fans while batting in a stormy manner. Actually, during RCB’s innings, Rajat Patidar robbed the gathering by hitting a 102 meter six, but the 102 meter six hit by him went straight to the head of an uncle sitting in the audience gallery. This picture is becoming increasingly viral on social media.

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In fact, this incident happened in the 9th over of RCB’s innings, on the fourth ball of bowler Harpreet Brar’s over, Patidar hit an aerial shot at the log on which fell straight into the audience gallery. But an uncle was sitting where the ball fell. In such a situation, the ball fell on his head, after which the elderly uncle appeared in a lot of pain, while his family members were seen caressing his head.

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By the way, Rajat Patidar became a victim of Rahul Chahar’s delivery by scoring 26 runs off 21 balls. In his innings, Patidar was successful in hitting 1 four and 2 sixes. At the same time, when Rajat Patidar was out, Maxwell also returned to the pavilion in the very next over. Maxwell scored 35 runs in 22 balls which included 3 fours and 1 six.

There itself. Talking about Punjab’s innings, Punjab Kings got off to an aggressive start by Jonny Bairstow’s 66 runs off 29 balls, hitting seven sixes and four fours, with a half-century from Liam Livingstone (70 runs) in the Indian Premier League (IPL) here on Friday. ) scored a challenging score of 209 for nine against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the match. In the innings of Punjab Kings, 14 sixes and 16 fours were hit, due to which 148 runs were made only from the boundary.

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Despite the brilliant batting of Bairstow and Livingstone (42 balls, five fours, four sixes), Wanindu Hasaranga bowled brilliantly in the middle overs and Harshal Patel in the death overs for RCB.

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Hasaranga took two wickets for just 15 runs in four overs. With this, he reached the level of Yuzvendra Chahal in this IPL season in terms of taking wickets, both of whom have 23-23 wickets.

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