On Sunday, the legendary Sachin Tendulkar responded with a million-dollar reaction to Tim David’s hat trick of sixes.
The Indian Premier League (IPL)’s 1000th match could not have ended with a more thunderous conclusion.
Suryakumar Yadav and Tim David stole the spotlight from Rajasthan Royals. Even though Yashasvi Jaiswal set a record with his 124-run score in the first innings of the Wankhede match between Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals.
David made a somewhat dream end to the match. Assisting MI to a record with pursuing at the scene. With a full go-around of sixes which drew a 1,000,000 dollar response from the incredible Sachin Tendulkar on Sunday.
During Mumbai’s innings against Rajasthan at home, Tendulkar. Who was MI’s first IPL captain and is now a mentor, was shown three times on camera.
When one of his powerplay shots took an edge and went past the slip cordon during one of Ishan Kishan’s innings. He appeared dissatisfied and almost furious.
The subsequent time was in the eighth over. When Cameron Green dispatched a threw-up conveyance from Yuzvendra Chahal for a humongous six straight down the ground.
David struck the second six against West Indies all-rounder Jason Holder in the final over of Mumbai’s chase for 213 runs. David was on strike, and MI needed 15 runs to win.
David swept a wide full toss first ball straight over the ropes from Holder. That raised 200 for MI however it was just the start.
Holder then attempted a low full toss against the Australian second ball. But he missed midwicket and hit it high for a six. Sachin was completely taken aback by that shot because he was beaming.
David’s third six in a row helped MI beat Rajasthan to set a record. The highest ever at the venue and the second-highest overall in IPL history.
Awesome sensation. For our certainty, perceiving how the young men went about it was marvelous. It seemed like each bowler must be designated however the circumstances were batting-accommodating.
For a while, I wanted to play an innings like this. I tried to get ahead in the final over, close the angle, and hit good shots. In the end, it was good to bat.
After the pitch, David said, “You felt like you missed out as a batter every time someone missed the yorker.”