IPL 2020: New records of sixes made in the collision of Rajasthan and Chennai, these big records also fell

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IPL 2020: In the collision between CSK and Rajasthan Royals, there was such a rain of sixes that all the records of the history of IPL were broken.

The fourth match of the Indian Premier League season 13 saw a run-off between Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings. While the Rajasthan Royals batting first scored 216 runs for the loss of 7 wickets, Chennai also scored 200 runs in 20 overs at the loss of 5 wickets. This match not only rained sixes but also equaled the record of the fastest FIFT of the IPL.

The match between Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings took a total of 33 sixes, which is equal to the record of most sixes in an IPL match. In 2018, there were 33 sixes in the match played between CSK and RCB.

Talking about the five most sixes matches, in the match between CSK and KKR, 31 sixes were played in 2018 itself. In 2018, Kings XI Punjab and KKR also took 31 sixes.

In 2017, there were 31 sixes during a match. In 2017, the match which had 31 sixes was played between Delhi Daredevils and Gujarat Lions.

Samson studded 19 balls in fifty

Sanju Samson smashed 74 off 32 balls against Chennai Super Kings. Samson completed his half-century in just 19 balls in this innings, which is not only the fastest half-century of his career, but also the fastest half-century in the IPL.

In 2014, David Miller held the record for the fastest Fifty. Miller also completed his half-century in 19 balls. Stoinis, who hit a half-century in 20 balls, is at number three in this list. While Maxwell has completed half-century in 21 balls twice.

Highest run in the last over

Rajasthan Royals scored 30 runs in the last over of Engidi. The last over is the most expensive in the history of IPL. In 2016, 30 runs came from Dinda’s last over in the collision between Pune and Mumbai. Jordan, playing for Kings XI Punjab, conceded 30 runs in the last over in the match against Delhi Capitals in the same season.

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