New Delhi: In the final over between Rajasthan Royals and Delhi Capitals, played under the seventh match of IPL, 16.25 crore player Chris Morris gave the sixes a great victory to the Thok Royals. He is the same Morris who was not given a strike by Rajasthan Royals captain Sanju Samson in the last match against Punjab Kings. Sanju was also severely criticized for not giving a strike to Chris Morris, Morris himself was visibly upset by Sanju’s decision on the field.
After Morris’ stormy innings against Delhi Capitals, commentator Harsha Bhogle asked Sanju Samson about his decision not to strike on the last ball, Sanju said that he would not take a single even if he played that match 100 times. Sanju said, I sit back and review my game. After that I feel that even if I play that match 100 times, I do not take that single. ‘
In the match presentation, Samson said, he was finding it difficult to win after losing five wickets for 42 runs. To be honest, after losing five wickets for 40 runs, I thought it would be very difficult to get the match out now. I sat inside and prayed that Morris would hit a six and kill and eventually it happened.
Morris won this way
Morris is by far the most expensive player in the IPL. He has been bought for 16.25 crores. The special thing is that Morris has a strike rate of over 167 after 16 overs.
Chris Morris hit 4 sixes in 18 balls and scored an unbeaten 36 at a strike rate of 200. With this, Rajasthan Royals batsman David Miller played a brilliant innings of 62 runs off 43 balls. Batsmen like Sanju Samson, Manan Vohra and Shivam Dubey could not walk.
Morris smacked the Delhi Capitals batsmen that the disappointment returned after Miller’s departure to the Royals camp. Morris flashed the Capitals veteran bowlers with a sharp bat. Cricket lovers from all over the world were left staring at this sight.
Morris hit two sixes in the last over. He also made it easier for Rajasthan Royals to win by hitting two sixes in Kagiso Rabada’s over in the 19th over as well.