IPL Live Updates Miller became a yogi from ‘Killer’, had a bat like a sword, now said – keep peace TOU

IPL Live Updates  Miller became a yogi from ‘Killer’, had a bat like a sword, now said – keep peace 

 TOU

IPL Live Updates Miller became a yogi from ‘Killer’, had a bat like a sword, now said – keep peace

TOU

Pune: Despite a poor start on the back of a blistering half-century from David Miller, Gujarat Titans beat Chennai Super Kings by three wickets on Sunday night. Chasing the Super Kings’ target of 170, Titans lost three wickets for 16 runs, but David Miller made an unbeaten 94 off 51 balls with eight fours and six sixes. After such dangerous batting on the field, Miller is now appealing for peace on social media.

Miller turns Yogi from ‘Killer’

Coming to number five, Miller, who hit six sixes and eight fours, played like his nickname ‘Killer’. After brutally thrashing the bowlers, he posted a picture on social media. During the exercise in the gym, he is seen in a meditative posture. The caption read, ‘Keep calm and keep playing.


Once upon a time Gujarat was standing on the verge of defeat.

The Titans, chasing the target, had a poor start and the team lost three wickets till the score of 16 runs. In the first over itself, Shubman Gill (00) caught Robin Uthappa off Chaudhary’s ball. Vijay Shankar (00) also caught the wicketkeeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni in an attempt to cut Mahesh’s delivery in the next over. Abhinav Manohar (12) also settled early. Wriddhiman Saha (11)’s efforts also failed. From here, the miller gradually began to paint.GT vs CSK: Miller out on no ball, struggle to reach the crease and toughest decision by third umpire
Rashid Khan also had captaincy innings

Miller completed his half-century in just 28 balls. The century of Titans’ runs was completed in the 15th over. Miller meanwhile hit two fours on Jordan and six on Bravo. The team needed 62 runs to win in the last five overs. Miller put on a stormy 70-run partnership for the sixth wicket with skipper Rashid Khan (40 off 21 balls, two fours, three sixes) as the team registered a 170 for seven with a ball to spare.

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