Mohammed Siraj becomes the first player in Indian Premier League history to achieve this feat!!

Hello cricket lovers! IPL is going on and each and every cricketer is breaking their past records constantly! 

Today, we’ll highlight the brand-new achievement of a hardworking Indian cricketer who’s playing on the behalf of Royal Challenges Bangalore and created history in the ongoing IPL. 

As challengers can beat any challenge similarly on 21st October, there was a match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Royal Challengers Bangalore in which one of the RCB players named Mohammed Siraj break the record of the history of IPL and becomes the first player to bowl two back-to-back maiden overs!

To know exactly what happened, keep reading here!!

Each one knows that the match begins with the luck-dependent toss and except for toss Challengers don’t lose anything in the match.

 As KKR won the toss they opted to bat first and unbelievable pacer Mohammed Siraj from the opposition team who was picked in the place of Shahbaz Khan by Captain Virat Kohli starts bowling and wreaked havoc against KKR. 

Mohammed Siraj becomes the first player in Indian Premier League history to achieve this feat!!
Mohammed Siraj becomes the first player in Indian Premier League history to achieve this feat!!

He gave away zero runs in his first two stunning over and in addition to that, he also took three wickets in those two maiden overs. In the third ball of the second over, the pacer first knock out Rahul Tripathi and instantly rattled the stumps of Nitish Rana which was harsh on the basis of KKR! 

The stunning and aggressive pacer Siraj doesn’t stop here only, as in his next over also, he bewildered an Australian player of KKR named Tom Banton. Interestingly, Siraj conceded the first run in his third over when Dinesh Karthik and Eoin Morgan isn’t it shocking that in all total of 12 balls, KKR isn’t able to make a single run!! 

Hence, the whole credit of the stunning match goes to the superb and compatible Mohammed Siraj and Yuzvendra Chahal who thundered the ground and disconcert the opposition team. On that day, KKR scored the second-lowest score in his journey till now, i.e., 84/8, after their 67 all-out against Mumbai Indians in 2008.

The scintillating performance of RCB won the game by eight wickets and frankly, the decision of Captain Virat Kohli to include Siraj in place of Shahbaz Nadeem was a Masterstroke!

Stay tuned and updated to know more about more record-breakers in the ongoing 2020 IPL!

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