IPL 2022: Rajat Patidar’s 102-meter-long six bleeds ‘big’ fans, Ganguly remembers ‘injured’ six in England
Pulls big shots of the batsmen on the cricket field. When he hits a six, the fans zoom in. But, sometimes such sixes are also a dangerous option for the spectators. A cricket fan sitting in the audience gets injured. Royal Challengers Bangalore and Punjab Kings It was seen in the match between (RCB vs PBKS) on the evening of May 13. Royal Challengers Bangalore Something happened during the innings which reminded me of an old picture of Sourav Ganguly on the cricket field. Actually, Bangalore batsman Rajat Patidar played a shot that injured an elderly fan sitting in the stadium. Patidar and RCB got 6 runs on this shot but this six gave a lot of pain to the elderly who came to watch the match.
Now the question is, when did this happen? When did RCB batsman Rajat Patidar hit a six? This was seen in the 9th over of Bangalore’s innings. Rajat Patidar hit a 102-metre six off the fourth ball of the over from Punjab bowler Harpreet Brar, injuring an elderly fan sitting in the stadium.
Fan injured on 102 meter long six
The elderly fan looked upset with the ball. His pain was unbearable. However, his close friends were doing everything possible to give him relief. Fortunately, Bole did not break the old man’s head.
20 years ago, Ganguly had hit such a six.
However, this is not the first time that a cricket fan has been injured after an Indian batsman hit a six in a stadium. Something similar happened 20 years ago in August 2002. Ganguly hit a long six on the second day of the Headingley Test and the ball hit an elderly cricket fan. After blowing the ball, blood started pouring from the head of the old fan. Sourav Ganguly scored 128 runs in that match. And India won the match by an innings and 46 runs.
Patidar scored 26 runs, RCB lost by 54 runs
RCB batsman Rajat Patidar scored 26 runs in 21 balls on the IPL 2022 ground and his team lost by 54 runs. This is the 15th time in IPL that RCB have lost by a margin of 50 or more runs.