Rashid Khan received GT an IPL 2022 match towards SRH together with his bat.© Twitter/BCCI
Rashid Khan had everybody in awe together with his brutal hitting for Gujarat Titans (GT) of their final over towards SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) in an Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 match on Wednesday. GT wanted 22 off final six deliveries chasing 196 towards SRH. After Rahul Tewatia hit a six off the primary supply of the final over bowled by Marco Jansen, after which took a single off the subsequent ball, Khan was on strike. He hit three sixes, a few of which got here off fairly flat photographs, off the final 4 balls to take GT to a five-wicket win.
While the primary six went over long-on, the second was smashed over cowl towards a large yorker. Running out of concepts, Jansen aimed a brief ball into Rashid’s physique off the final Ball, however the Afghan maverick swiveled and nailed a pull behind deep sq. leg to win the match for Gujarat towards his former franchise.
“I call it the Snake Shot. When a snake bites someone it springs back. When the ball is too full, I can’t finish the shot completely. My body position doesn’t allow me to finish the shot. If I try to do that, I can’t generate the power. So I have worked on it a lot and strengthened my wrists for it,” Rashid instructed GT captain Hardik Pandya after the match in a video posted by IPL on Twitter.
In the post-match presentation, Khan had mentioned how he deliberate the final over. “Happy to deliver against them (SRH), just trying to play my game and have that belief on my batting which I’m working from the last two years. When it was 22 left. I just told Tewatia that we have given 25 in the last over with one of our best bowler bowling and I told him that we needed to have that belief and not panic, anything is possible. Just stay there, keep your shape and hit it strong and that was the plan (with Tewatia),” he mentioned.
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