SRH Boss Kavya Maran’s Emotions Take Dramatic Turn In Final Over vs KKR, Video Is Viral

Mar24,2024



Indian Premier League (IPL) co-owner Kavya Maran went through a roller coaster of emotions in the opening match of the 2024 season between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) on Saturday. Knight Riders won by 4 runs over Sunrisers in a thrilling encounter, but not before wicketkeeper batsman Heinrich Klaasen almost secured a heroic victory for the southern franchise. With 13 runs needed in the final over, Klaasen hit a six off the first ball, but everything changed later.

SRH co-owner, Kavya Maran, who always comes to support her team, was jumping with joy after seeing the first ball of the final over go for a six. But, KKR's Harshit Rana made a brilliant comeback in the remaining 5 balls of the over and led his team to victory.

The emotions that Kavya went through from the first ball to the last ball became one of the most talked about topics among IPL fans on social media.

Recaping the match, SRH got the chance to bat first, KKR were reduced to 51/4 in 7.3 overs. However, the half-century innings of Phil Salt (54 runs in 40 balls, with the help of three fours and three sixes) and the explosive innings of Ramandeep Singh (35 runs in 17 balls, with the help of one four and four sixes) helped the team. Kept the run pace decent, but they were still struggling at 119/6 in 13.5 overs.

Andre Russell (64* in 25 balls, with the help of three fours and seven sixes) and Rinku Singh (23* in 15 balls, with the help of three fours) had an explosive partnership of 67 runs, taking KKR to 208/7 in 20 overs. reached at. Chasing the target of 209 runs, SRH stitched a 60-run partnership between Mayank Agarwal (32 from 21 balls with four fours and one six) and Abhishek Sharma (32 from 19 balls with four fours and two sixes) Started well with.

The team lost its way and were soon 145/5 in 16.5 overs. However, Heinrich Klaasen (63 runs in 29 balls with eight sixes) and Shahbaz Ahmed (16 runs in five balls, with one four and two sixes) did not stop the shower of sixes till the end. 13 runs were needed in the final over, but Harshit Rana (3/33) kept his composure, taking two wickets and defending the remaining runs.

with ANI input

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