VIDEO: Rahul Tewatia shouts at Robin Uthappa for ‘dropping’ Padikkal

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Rahul Tewatia

The leg-spinner from the Rajasthan Royals, Rahul Tewatia has been in good form with both the bat and ball. Rahul, who came to limelight with his impressive performances, has been amazing in the fielding as well.

Though his performances are good this season, he could not control his emotions while on the field. One such incident happed during the game against Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Tewatia bowled three consecutive wides and a no-ball but the batsmen could not utilize them over and played the shot on the air. Robin Uthappa tried his best to grab the ball but he could not as the ball landed just a few inches before him. Tewatia, who could not control his emotions, shouted towards his teammate.

Coming to the match, the skipper of Chennai Super Kings, MS Dhoni decided to bat first after winning the toss against Delhi Capitals. Sam Curran, who provided a decent start to his team in the last game, could not score a single run.

Even though they lost their opener in the very first over, the batsmen like Shane Watson, Faf du Plessis and Ambati Rayudu played brilliantly against one of the best bowling attacks of the season.

While du Plessis smashed 58 runs with the help of 6 fours and 2 sixes, Watson and Rayudu plundered 36 and 45 runs respectively. The top-order batsmen from CSK provided a good platform to their finishers.

Though the skipper failed to make an impact with the bat, the left-handed allrounder, Ravindra Jadeja took the responsibility to finish well for his franchise. While Rayudu was batting well at one end, Jadeja smashed the bowlers all around the park from the other end. With the help of Jadeja’s quick cameo in the last couple of overs, CSK reached a decent total of 179 runs.

Watch the video here:

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— faceplatter49 (@faceplatter49) October 17, 2020

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