SRH vs RR: Yuzvendra Chahal becomes worst IPL bowler in this regard

Yuzvendra Chahal

Rajasthan Royals (RR) player Yuzvendra Chahal has got an unwanted record to his name for his feat in the Indian Premier League (IPL). He became the bowler with the most sixes conceded in the history of the league as he has given away 223 sixes in his tournament career.

Yuzvendra Chahal achieved the feat after his another below-par performance in the ongoing match against Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024. The Qualifier 2 of the tournament between the teams is underway at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.

Yuzvendra Chahal failed to take a wicket in the ongoing game against Sunrisers Hyderabad. The player returned with figures of 0/34 in his 4 overs. He was hit for 3 sixes in his innings and not taking a wicket in the middle was the big problem for his team at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.

Yuzvendra Chahal in the ongoing IPL 2024 has been excellent. It started quite well but in the second half it fell far from its best level. In total, he has conceded 223 sixes and surpassed Piyush Chawla, who has been conceded 222 sixes in the league.

Here is the list of most sixes hit by bowlers in the IPL:

224 – Yuzvendra Chahal*

222 – Piyush Chawla

206 – Ravindra Jadeja

202 – Ravichandran Ashwin

In the ongoing IPL 2024, Yuzvendra Chahal has hit 30 sixes, the most by him in his career. He ranks second in the list of most sixes conceded by bowlers in the single edition of the league. Mohammed Siraj stands at the top with 31 sixes to his name in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022.

Here is the loss of most sixes conceded by bowlers in a single edition:

31 – Mohammed Siraj in 2022

30 – Yuzvendra Chahal in 2024*

30 – Wanindu Hasaranga in 2022

29 – Dwayne Bravo in 2018

28 – Yuzvendra Chahal in 2015

We held up very well as a group: Trent Boult after Rajasthan Royals restricted Sunrisers Hyderabad to 175

Trent Boult, who picked three wickets in the ongoing IPL 2024 game against Sunrisers Hyderabad, spoke about his performance and said that his team was aware of the players they were up against and also applauded Sandeep Sharma and Avesh Khan for their performance. In statements to the stations, he explained:

“Understood what we were up against. A batting line-up that likes to hit boundaries. There was a mix of boundaries and a mix of wickets, which is a bit unusual. We took wickets throughout the game and that restricted Always You try to be aggressive, the most difficult thing is to adapt to the terrain. The last two wickets we played on have probably been the two best of the entire tournament, which is great for this moment in the tournament.

“We held up very well as a group and the way we finished at the death along with the spinners in the middle, we have restricted them to a good total. Those boys (Avesh and Sandeep) have been doing an incredible job, adapting to anyone who Whatever surface we have faced, Avesh has been bowling wonderfully for us throughout the tournament. Sandy (Sandeep) is a very experienced player and tonight he showed his ability, he only did half the job, we can’t wait to get started. “. He concluded.