Mohamed Shami was also impressed with Livingston’s striking ability.
In the group stage match against England and the Punjab Kings (PBKS) Liam Livingston scored a 117-meter six. Gujarati Titans May 3 (Tuesday). Note that the championship was the Indian pacer Mohamed Shami, who was also impressed by the striking ability of Livingston.
The Englishman, who joined the bat after PBKS lost his second goal, went mad against GT Kettle when he smashed Shami in the 16th into three highs and two fours, as well as hit a giant six in size 117 meters, the longest in IPL 2022 yet. Meanwhile, PBKS inflicted GT’s second defeat of the tournament as they won the competition quite convincingly.
Livingston scored 28 runs against Shami
Speaking of the ball, it was a supply in length at an angle, and the English beater cleared his front leg and swung with all his might as he sent the ball over a deep square foot. The right-hander then completed a hat-trick of six and scored 28 runs for that faith.
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Speaking of the match, Captain GT Hardik Panda won the throw and decided to hit first. However, the first of the “Titans” could not go. Skipper Panda was also scalped early. The serve was held by young batter Sai Sudharsan (65 * of 50 goals). Except for Sudharsan, none of the Titans ’high-profile batters have gone. For PBKS, South African pacemaker Kagisa Rabada was the choice of bowlers, scoring four wickets.
In response, PBKS lost an early wicket in the form of English batter Johnny Bairstowe when he came out, scoring just one run. However, senior bouncer Shihar Dhawan (62 *), Bhanuka Rajapaksa (40) and Livingston (30) made sure the kings did not face problems in pursuit.
As a result, PBKS easily reached the goal and received two vital points. Pacer Kagisa Rabada was named the player of the match for an excellent bowling spell. Despite losing in the second leg, the Titans continue to remain at the top of the points table in the 2022 IPL.