Prithvi Shaw hit a four off all the balls of Shivam Mavi’s over.
Prithvi Shaw Hits Six Four in an Over: Delhi Capitals in the match against Kolkata Knight Riders (DC vs KKR), The opening batsman Prithvi Shaw got to see the glow. Prithvi took a boundary on all the balls in the very first over of the innings. He has become the second batsman to do so in the history of IPL. Also Read – IPL 2021: PBKS vs RCB Dream11 Team Prediction, Tips, Probable Playing 11 Details: Choose AB de Villiers captain, know which players should be given place in Dream 11
Ajinkya Rahane, a member of Delhi Capitals before Prithvi Shaw (Ajinkya Rahane) Have also done this feat in IPL. Rahane, playing for Rajasthan Royals in 2012, hit six fours in a single over against Royal Challengers Bangalore. Rahane did this in the over of Karnataka bowler Srinath Arvind. Prithvi Shaw hit all fours in Shivam Mavi’s over. Also Read – Eoin Morgan’s anger over Delhi’s crushing defeat, said – big names will have to come forward …
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Prithvi Shaw has already registered his name in the list of cricketers who have scored the fastest half-century in addition to a series of fours in the first over. Prithvi completed his half-century by facing just 18 balls. This is the fastest half-century of IPL 2021.
Second fastest half-century for Delhi
Talking about the fastest half-century for Delhi Capitals, it is the second fastest innings in this case. Chris Morris has scored a half-century off 17 balls for Delhi. Rishabh Pant had scored a half-century while playing for Delhi from 18 balls. Today Prithvi has equaled Rishabh.
In this way the earth hit all six balls
Kolkata team captained by Eoin Morgan to defend 155 runs to start the innings Shivam Mavi Gave it to
The first ball of Mavi’s over was wide. When he bowled again, Prithvi hit a straight four over the bowler.
Second Ball: But Prithvi Shaw made an easy flick and hit a four in the direction of midwicket.
Third ball: Mavi put small. Prithvi put an easy boundary on this in the direction of points.
Fourth ball: Prithvi Shaw found a gap in the direction of the covers and hit the four.
Fifth Ball: On the ball going outside the off-stump, Prithvi made a four in the direction of the backward point.
Sixth Ball: Prithvi shot an aerial shot at the ball going outside the off-stump. He got a choka from over the covers.