Hitting fours and sixes is very common in IPL matches. The truth is that in the season 2022, most sixes have been hit in IPL history. In the current season of this league, the group stage has ended and there is only one match left for the play-off which will be played between Rajasthan Royals and Royal Challengers Bangalore on May 27. In the eliminator match, the team of Lucknow Super Giants and Royal Challengers Bangalore came out to play where RCB won by 14 runs and qualified for the second qualifier.
In this match, Royal Challengers Bangalore, batting first, scored 207 runs at the loss of 4 wickets in 20 overs thanks to Rajat Patidar’s unbeaten 112 off 56 balls, in response to which Lucknow Super Giants were 193 for the loss of six wickets in 20 overs. Could only score. When KL Rahul and Deepak Hooda were batting for Lucknow, RCB’s breath was going up and down as a big target could have been achieved with both of them in the crease.
Lucknow had already got off to a quick start and after the first power play was over, Deepak Hooda was looking to hit some big shots. In such a situation came the eighth over of the match, which was being bowled by RCB’s left-arm spinner Shahbaz Ahmed. On the fifth ball of this over, Deepak hit a tremendous six in the audience gallery. The six fell on top of a row of police personnel present on the stand. In this security personnel, an employee extended his hand to catch the ball, but the fast-falling ball was thrown from his hand and went towards the back of the policeman.
But the ball also caused a lot of pain hit the hand and the policeman was seen swinging his hand several times. During this, fellow policemen were also present to see his hand and the video of this incident has gone viral on the internet. IPL has also shared this video on its website, which you can watch. How the policeman is in pain tells how fast the ball has hit his hand.
The spectators have caught very good catches many times
It may also happen that after the end of the match, if he goes for a scan, etc., then the injury will be a little more because usually the players are used to taking catches falling fast and for those who do not have much cricket practice, this is for them. It is very difficult to catch this type of catch. Although the spectators have caught many very good catches many times, it seems that the night of 25 May was not for that policeman and he was fine only to give duty there.