Rahul Tewatia Hits Rashid Khan for Three Consecutive Fours, SRH Spinner Trolled With Funny Memes and GIF

Rashid had started the game well and trapped Robin Uthappa in his second over before returning an over later and removing the dangerous Sanju Samson to leave Rajasthan Royals tottering at 78/5 after 12 overs. The game looked certainly lost there with only Riyan Parag and Rahul Tewatia the last pair of recognised batsmen for athe Royals.

October 11, 2020

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Rashid Khan was trolled with funny memes and Gifs after conceding 14 runs in an over against Rahul Tewatia during the Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Rajasthan Royals IPL 2020 match. Rashid had taken two wickets and conceded just 12 runs from his opening three overs when he came to bowl the 18th over with Rajasthan Royals needing 36 runs from 18 deliveries. But Tewatia took on the legspinner and smashed him three consecutive boundaries, two of which were off reverse sweeps. Rajasthan took 14 off Rashid’s final over and then smashed 22 in 11 deliveries to clinch victory. .

Rashid, 22, had started the game well and trapped Robin Uthappa in his second over before returning an over later and removing the dangerous Sanju Samson to leave Rajasthan Royals tottering at 78/5 after 12 overs. The game looked certainly lost there with only Riyan Parag and Rahul Tewatia the last pair of recognised batsmen for the Royals. .

The Afghanistan spinner first caught Uthappa with a legspinner before foxing Samson with an off-break. Rashid had not conceded a single boundary in his first three overs and gave away only 12 runs for two important wickets. But he faltered in his final over and helped Rajasthan Royals escape a jailbreak.

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Earlier, opting to bat first, Sunrisers Hyderabad posted 158 runs on the scoreboard with Manish Pandey scoring a half-century and captain David Warner 48 from 38 deliveries. Pandey and Warner shared a 73-run stand for the second-wicket after Jonny Bairstow was caught off Karthik Tyagi. Kane Williamson and Priyam Garg then provided a flourishing end after taking 45 off the final two overs.

Khaleel Ahmed then gave them a perfect start by dismissing Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler in consecutive overs while Steve Smith was run-out trying to steal a quick double run. But from 78/5, Parag and Tewatia took control and took the game out of SRH’s hands in the final four overs.

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