IPL 2022: Josh Hazlewood conceded 64 runs in quadruple quota against PBKS© BCCI / IPL
Royal Challengers pacer Josh Hazlewood has been a consistent performer for the franchise in the ongoing 2022 Indian Premier League (IPL) season, but the pitcher was not at his peak in the match against Punjab Kings and him We ran 64 times in our four-round quota. As a result, Hazlewood registered the most expensive spell by any bowler in the ongoing season as the Punjab Kings hit 209/9 in 20 rounds. RCB was unable to chase the target as they fell 54 short runs.
In his first match, Hazlewood ran 22 times, while in the final he ran 24 times.
Before Hazlewood, SunRisers Hyderabad pacer Marco Jansen had the most expensive spell this season conceding 63 times in four passes.
In the game against PBKS, Hazlewood also recorded the worst spell ever by any RCB archer. Before him, Shane Watson had the worst time for any RCB player as he conceded 61 times against SunRisers Hyderabad in the 2016 final.
In the game between PBKS and RCB, the former player beat first and led 209/9 in 20 passes. Liam Livingstone and Jonny Bairstow play 70 and 66 respectively. For RCB, Harshal Patel return with four sockets. Mohammed Siraj had a bad day at the office when he did 36 runs in 2 passes.
RCB fell 54 times from target when Kagiso Rabada shape three wicks for Punjab Kings.
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