DC vs RR: Enrique Nortje put the fastest ball in the history of IPL, knowing the speed will surprise you

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DC vs RR: Anrich Nortje casts the fastest ball in IPL history, will be surprised knowing speed- India TV Hindi
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The 30th match of IPL 2020 is being played between Delhi Capitals and Rajasthan Royals at Dubai International Cricket Stadium. After winning the toss in this match, Delhi came out to bat first and scored 167 runs in the prescribed 20 overs. When the Delhi team landed on the ground to save this goal, their fast bowler Enrique Nortje took the record of putting the ball at the speed of 156.22 kmph not only in the IPL 2020 but also in the history of IPL.

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Nortje kept the record for the fifth ball of the third over of the innings, but was hit by a lap shot by Joss Butler, who had four runs in the direction of the fine leg. His next ball was also bowled by Nortje at a speed of 155.21 kmph and took his revenge by bowling Butterl. Both of these balls are one of the fastest balls of IPL 2020.

Record of fastest bowling in IPL

Enrique Nortje – 156.22

Dale Steyn – 154.40
Kagiso Rabada – 154.23
Kagiso Rabada – 153.91
Joffra Archer – 153.62

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Record of fastest bowling in IPL 2020

Enrique Nortje – 156.22
Enrique Nortje – 155.21
Joffra Archer – 153.62
Joffra Archer – 153.36

After winning the toss and batting first, the Delhi team did not have a good start. On the first ball of the match, Archer delivered the first blow by dismissing the Earth shot on the Golden Duck. After this, Rahane also became the victim of Archer by scoring two runs in the third over. Dhawan (57) and Iyer (53) shared an 85-run partnership for the third wicket and both players also completed their half-centuries. Due to no set batsmen in the last over, Delhi could not score much runs and in the prescribed 20 overs, they could score 161 runs at the loss of 7 wickets. For Rajasthan, Archer took three, Unadkat took two and Tyagi-Gopal took one wicket each.

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