‘Liam Livingstone measuring up to his track record’: PBKS batter wrecks ‘impressive’ 117m 6 versus Gujarat
When also Gujarat Titans (GT) bowler Mohammed Shami additionally took pleasure in being pinched hit that 6, after that certainly it was extremely unique and also the ‘impressive’ optimum came off the bat of Punjab Kings (PBKS) all-rounderLiam Livingstone
The batter, that pertained to bat after the side shed simply 2 gates wrecked Shami in the 16th over for 4 6s and also a 4, of this the initial took place to be as high as 117m.
It was an in-angling size sphere and also Livingstone removed his front leg and also turned his bat mighty difficult to flog it over a deep square leg. He after that struck a hat-trick of 6s and also racked up 28 runs in that over assisting Punjab win their clash versus the table-toppers by 8 gates and also 4 overs to save.
Seeing the big SIX struck by Liam Livingstone, obtained analysts and also netizens all delighted. Even rewriter Rashid Khan was seen going and also examining Livingstone’s bat.
Liam Livingstone with an enormous 6 of IPL background. 117M 6, wow!!
— Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) May 3, 2022
Aye, we have the necessary Liam Livingstone large 6 right here.– Nikhil (@CricCrazyNIKS) May 3, 2022
That 6 from Liam Livingstone certainly awakened everybody
117m beast!– Kaushik Jegadeesan (@kaushik0803) May 3, 2022
117m 6 wow. Liam Livingstone just.– Jonathan Anthony (@jonathanthony16) May 3, 2022
Earlier, points did not enter Gujarat’s favour as they were limited to simply 143 runs. Sai Sudharsan ended up being the highest possible marker as he wrecked 65 * off 50 rounds.
Wriddhiman Saha (21 off 17) was the following highest possible while the side’s previous leading markers Hardik Pandya (1 off 7), David Miller (11 off 14) and also Rahul Tewatia (11 off 13) might refrain a lot.
In truth, also Rashid Khan was seen leaving for a duck as Kagiso Rabada took place to declare 4 gates. Surely, the choice to bat initially has actually not entered favour of GT and also netizens have actually mentioned the very same.