RCB vs KXIP: Shami created this special record by dismissing Kohli and de Villiers in the same over


In the match played against Royal Challengers Bangalore, fast bowler Mohammed Shami took the wickets of Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers in the same over, a new name in the history of IPL. Recorded ….

new Delhi. In the 31st match of IPL season 13 (IPL 13), Kings XI Punjab defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by 8 wickets. In this exciting match, players made many unique records. On the one hand, Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli), who has seen the loss on his one hand, holds the record for most runs in IPL and 200 matches from the same team as captain. At the same time, Punjab fast bowler Mohammed Shami made a new record by dismissing Virat Kohli (AB) and AB de Villiers in the same over.

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In fact, Shami has become the 8th bowler in the history of IPL to dismiss Kohli and de Villiers in the same over. Shami did this feat against Bengaluru in the 18th over of the match played on Thursday. In this over, Shami took the first de Villiers on the third ball and Kohli on the fifth ball.

Shami becomes the 8th bowler to do this feat
Jack Kallis – 2012
Dhawal Kulkarni – 2013
Ashish Nehra – 2015
Krunal Pandya – 2016
Thisara Perera – 2016
Nitish Rana – 2018
Shreyas Gopal – 2019
Mohammad Shami – 2020 *

Significantly, the 31st match of IPL season 13 between Punjab and Bengaluru was played on Thursday. In this match, Bengaluru scored 171 runs in 20 overs, batting first. The Punjab team, chasing a target of 172 runs, won the match by putting a six on the last ball of 20 overs. Yuzvendra Chahal was bowling the last over and Nicholas Pooran on the last ball put his team to victory in this thrilling match with a brilliant six.

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Leg-spinner Murugan Ashwin bowled brilliantly for Punjab. He took two wickets for just 23 runs in the four overs of his quota. Apart from this, Mohammed Shami also took two wickets. However, he proved to be quite expensive. He spent 45 runs in his four overs. Arshdeep and Chris Jordan got one success each.


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