Laich Choplay! Unadkat’s most embarrassing record in IPL history
The IPL 2023 match between Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Lucknow Supergiants was played on Monday (April 10). In this match held at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore, RCB scored 212 for 2 while batting first. All the first three batsmen scored aggressive half-centuries for RCB. At the same time, experienced Indian fast bowler Jaydev Unadkat, who played for Lucknow, turned out to be quite expensive. Along with this, he claimed an unwanted record in IPL history.
After getting the opportunity to bat first, RCB literally unleashed a storm of runs on their home ground. Virat Kohli’s first six centuries were a quick attack. He scored his half century off 35 balls. He scored 61 runs. After that, captain Faf du Plessis and Glenn Maxwell kept the run rate the same. Both of them destroyed the opposition bowling. Both completed individual fifties to take the team past 200.
Lucknow’s experienced fast bowler Jaydev Unadkat was very expensive in this match. He bowled 2 overs in this innings. In this he gave 27 runs. After conceding just four runs in the first over, when he came to bowl in the 18th over, he was hit with two sixes and two fours.
Along with this, he became the bowler who hit the most number of sixes in IPL history. So far the batsmen have hit as many as 160 sixes against him. Along with that, the batsmen have also hit so many sixes against Umesh Yadav. Also against the experienced Bhuvneshwar Kumar, the batsmen hit 115 sixes. Mohammed Shami and Sandeep Sharma are at the fourth and fifth positions in this list respectively. 109 and 105 sixes have been hit against him.
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