Rashid Khan took 4 important wickets in his 4 overs.Image Credit source: BCCI
Mumbai: Be it any match, if Rashid Khan is playing in it, he does contribute in some form or the other. He has no match in bowling, but he has a lot to do in batting and fielding as well. He puts his whole life into fielding, even if he himself suffers some loss. IPL in 2023 Mumbai Indians Something similar happened in the match against Mumbai, where he first erupted but then he gave a strong blow to Mumbai.
Like every season, Rashid Khan’s bowling continues to shine in this season as well. Rashid’s power was also seen against Mumbai Indians at Wankhede Stadium on Friday. Gujarat Titans was bowling first in this match. In the third over, Ishan Kishan hit a shot towards the boundary, which was stopped by Rashid Khan after several attempts. In this attempt, however, Rashid’s face hit the ground hard.
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First ditched on the face, then threatened
This injury on the face did not affect Rashid and he came for bowling in the fifth over itself. He gave only 7 runs in this over. Meanwhile, Mumbai gave away 61 runs in the powerplay itself. In such a situation, Gujarat needed a wicket and Rashid did this amazing thing in his next over.
Rashid, who came to bowl in the seventh over, hit Rohit Sharma on the very first ball and got him caught out in the slips. With this, Rashid made Rohit his victim for the fourth time in IPL.
Rohit Sharma ✅ Ishan Kishan ✅@rashidkhan_19 dismissed both #MI openers in the same over
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— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) May 12, 2023
The rest of the batsmen were also piled up
Rashid did not stop here. On the fifth ball of the same over, he also piled on the second opener Ishan Kishan. Ishan got Ishan’s wicket for the first time in IPL. Rashid’s havoc continued even after this and in his third over, he also bowled young batsman Nehal Wadhera and gave third blow to Mumbai.
With this, Rashid completed his 550 runs in T20 cricket at the age of just 24. In his last over too, Rashid did wonders and got Tim David out by taking a catch on his last ball himself. Rashid spent only 29 runs in 4 overs and got 4 important wickets.
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