Yuzvendra Chahal urges the Royals to get over their painful loss to the SRH. – ‘The sooner we forget, the better’ 

Yuzvendra Chahal urges the Royals to get over their painful loss to the SRH. – ‘The sooner we forget, the better’. Chahal finished in a losing cause, but he still recorded a four-wicket haul against Sunrisers.

Spinner Yuzvendra Chahal said after the thrilling final ball. Which cost Rajasthan Royals the game, that his team needed to quickly get over the disappointing defeat to Sunrisers Hyderabad. Notably, on Sunday, May 7, the Sunrisers, headed by Aiden Markram, triumphed thrillingly by four wickets at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur to earn two significant points.

Spinner Chahal remarked that his squad needed to completely forget the game and move on after reflecting on the defeat. He gave his team even more encouragement to bounce back stronger as the Royals pursue a playoff place.

“It is part of the game. We will storm back together. The sooner we will forget this match, the better it will be for us. It will take time, but still, three matches are there, and if we win our remaining three games, we are still in the hunt for play-offs,”

Chahal told

As things went bad for the Royals, the game’s last ball attracted a lot of attention from the uninitiated. Veteran bowler Sandeep Sharma, who had to defend five runs off the final delivery, produced a full-length ball that nearly struck the yorker length on which Abdul Samad was grounded out by Jos Buttler at long-off.

A curious development occurred when the umpire declared it a no-ball for overstepping. Samad pulled off a sensational robbery in Jaipur by hitting a maximum to steal the game away from the host team while playing the final ball for the second time.

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Yuzvendra Chahal is about to surpass his remarkable IPL record.

Chahal made a notable four-wicket haul in his four overs against Sunrisers. The spinner now shares the record for the most wickets in the history of the premier league with CSK star Dwayne Bravo.

With his four-wicket haul, Chahal increased his total to 183 wickets, catching up to Bravo in less matches 142 than the latter 161. Chahal will be aiming to break the record and secure his place in history with three games left in the group stage.

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