Rajat Patidar scored the joint second fastest half-century in IPL for RCB, created a stir with four consecutive sixes in one over against SRH, watch video - Newztezz Online

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Rajat Patidar scored the joint second fastest half-century in IPL for RCB, created a stir with four consecutive sixes in one over against SRH, watch video

Rajat Patidar 4 Sixes: The 41st match of IPL is being played today between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Royal Challengers Bangalore. In this match being held at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad, Faf du Plessis won the toss and chose to bat first. During RCB's batting, Rajat Patidar showed his strength against Mayank Markande and hit four sixes one after the other.

This incident was seen in the 11th over during RCB's batting, which was done by Mayank Markande from Hyderabad. Virat Kohli took a single on the first ball of the over and gave strike to Patidar. After this, on the second ball, Patidar hit a six over long-off. The third ball was bowled by Mayank on the line of middle stump and Patidar again hit a six over long-off.

After this, on the fourth ball, Patidar hit a six over deep mid-wicket and on the fifth ball, he scored 6 runs by playing an aerial fire shot over deep extra cover. In this way Patidar hit 4 consecutive sixes in four balls. Seeing Patidar's tremendous hitting, Kohli present at the other end was also seen praising him. Markande gave away a total of 27 runs in this over.

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Rajat Patidar becomes joint second batsman to score fastest half-century for RCB in IPL

Explosive right-handed batsman Rajat Patidar scored 50 runs in 20 balls against Hyderabad. During this, he had completed his half-century in just 19 balls. Patidar has become jointly the second batsman for RCB to score a half-century in the fewest number of balls in the IPL.

Patidar equaled Robin Uthappa, who completed his half-century in 19 balls against Kings XI Punjab in 2010. The record of scoring a half-century in the fewest number of balls for RCB is held by Chris Gayle. Gayle had completed his half-century in 17 balls while playing against Pune Warriors in 2013. In this list, the names of AB de Villiers (vs Rajasthan Royals, 2010) and Rajat Patidar (vs Kolkata Knight Riders, 2024) are jointly included in the third place. Both of them had touched the figure of 50 runs in 21-21 balls.

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