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His bowling became a mystery for the batsmen of RCB. Now when the middle order collapses, only the back of a team breaks. The same was also seen in the match of Chennai vs Bangalore.
Royal Challengers Bangalore set a target of 174 runs to Chennai Super Kings. However, this target would have been bigger if one of Dhoni’s bowlers had not shown their impact. By playing the magic of his balls, he would not have cleared the middle order of RCB in just 6 balls. But, his bowling became a mystery for the batsmen of RCB. Now when the middle order collapses, only the back of a team breaks. Same Chennai Vs Bangalore (CSK vs RCB) It was also seen in the match of Dhoni, who showed his effect to RCB in just 6 balls (Dhoni) The bowler we are talking about, his name is Mahish Teekshana. (Maheesh Theekshana) is.
Mahish Teekshana is the second player in the last 10 years to play for Chennai Super Kings. Nuwan Kulasekara wore the yellow jersey for the last time before him in the year 2012. Well, it’s a ghost. Let’s talk about the present, which says that one over from Teekshana can be the reason for the defeat of RCB.
Mahish Teekshana took 3 wickets for 27 runs
Against Royal Challengers Bangalore, Mahish Teekshana bowled 4 overs and took 3 wickets giving 27 runs. But he took these three wickets in just one over in true sense. Yes, within 6 balls. During this, a hat-trick scene was also made. He missed it but managed to uproot his three wickets.
All three wickets were taken at an interval of 6 balls.
For Chennai, Mahish Teekshana did this feat in the 19th over of Royal Challengers Bangalore’s innings. And, he started it on the first ball of that over itself. This was also the last over of Teekshana’s quota in the match. On the first ball of this over, he hunted down the most dangerous batsman Mahipal Lomord from RCB. After catching Lomors at the hands of Gaikwad, Teekshana also got Vanindu Hasaranga caught by Gaikwad on the very next ball.
Maheesh Theekshana is our Top Performer from the first innings for his bowling figures of 3/27.
— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) May 4, 2022
After taking two wickets in two balls from back to back of the over, now Teekshana was on a hat-trick. However, it was not completed. One run was scored off the third ball. He put the dot on the fourth ball and gave 1 run again on the 5th ball. But on the last ball of the over, he managed to scatter the bails of Shahbaz Ahmed. In this way, he took 3 wickets for just 2 runs in his one over.
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