Shivam Dube's 102-Metre Long Six Created Panic, Watch Viral Video on Social Media

Young all-rounder Shivam Dube played an unbeaten inning of 95 runs in 46 balls. This is his best performance in IPL so far.
Shivam Dube's 102-Metre Long Six Created Panic, Watch Viral Video on Social Media
Shivam Dube's 102-Metre Long Six Created Panic

Young all-rounder Shivam Dube has emerged as an important part of Chennai Super Kings in IPL 2022. Amidst the poor performance, the team's batting seems to be revolving around him. Shivam Dube played an important role in giving the team its first victory after four consecutive defeats on Tuesday. Shivam played an unbeaten inning of 95 runs in 46 balls. This is his best performance in IPL so far.

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Shivam hit 5 fours and 8 sixes in his innings

During this innings, Shivam Dube hit 5 fours and 8 sixes. For the third wicket, Robin Uthappa along with 165 runs in 74 balls played an important role in taking the team to 216 runs in 20 overs. In the end, Chennai won by a margin of 23 runs and Shivam was adjudged man of the match. During his smoky innings, Shivam Dubey created a sensation by hitting a 102-metre long six off Australia's fast bowler Josh Hazlewood. His six is ​​becoming fiercely viral on social media.

Shivam hit this six on the first ball of the 20th ove

Shivam hit this six on the first ball of the 20th over of Chennai's innings. Hazlewood's overpitch ball was played by Dube towards the straight boundary with a straight bat and the ball went straight into the air and fell behind the side screen. After playing this shot, Dube was seen talking to Dhoni with ease on the pitch. Later it was found that this six was 102 meters long.

Chasing the target, RCB could score 193 runs

Chasing the target, RCB could score 193 runs
Chasing the target, RCB could score 193 runsImage Credit: 11Sixes

Chasing a target of 218 runs set by Chennai to win, RCB could score 193 for 9 in 20 overs and lost the match by a margin of 23 runs. No batsman of RCB could cross the fifty-run mark. After four consecutive defeats, defending champions Chennai first managed to taste victory under the captaincy of Ravindra Jadeja.

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