Sanju Samson’s Act For Yashasvi Jaiswal Reminds RR Of MS Dhoni-Virat Kohli Moment. Watch
Sanju Samson and Yashasvi Jaiswal stitched 121-run partnership in opposition to KKR© BCCI/Sportzpics
Rajasthan Royals noticed a elegant batting efficiency from Yashasvi Jaiswal and skipper Sanju Samson because the duo stitched an unbeaten partnership of 121 runs of their group’s 9-wicket victory over Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) within the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 on Thursday. Jaiswal, who scored the quickest fifty in IPL historical past in the course of the match, could not full his second hundred of the season, remaining unbeaten in 98. But, skipper Samson did all hello might to provide the younger opening batter a chance to succeed in the triple-digit rating.
Samson was going through the final ball of the thirteenth over, and noticed Kolkata spinner Suyash Sharma dart a supply on the leg aspect, in what appeared like a deliberate try and bowl a large. The RR skipper blocked the supply, stopping a large, whereas not scoring a run both.
As Jaiswal, batting on 94, got here on the strike for the primary ball of the following over, Samson urged hitting a six and finishing his ton as Royals solely wanted 3 runs to win. The finish consequence was solely a 4 from the left-handed opening batter as he ended the match unbeaten on 98.
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Seeing the second, Rajasthan Royals took to Twitter to recall a Virat Kohli – MS Dhoni second the place the latter had stopped a ball on the ultimate supply of an over in a bid to let Kohli rating the successful runs.
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— Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) May 11, 2023
The Kohli-Dhoni second was from the 2014 T20 World Cup semi-final between India and South Africa. After getting on the strike, Kohli smashed a 4 on the bowling of Dale Steyn to finish the run-chase for India.
Though Jaiswal could not attain the triple-digit rating, he hit the successful runs for Rajasthan, due to Samson who could not end the sport on the final ball of the earlier over.
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