Watch: McCullum Hitting A Very Unique Shot To Score 13 Runs In 1 Ball

The nail biting match that happened on Tuesday was won by Royal Challengers Bangalore beating Mumbai Indians by 13 runs. This was indeed a big win for Royal Challengers Bangalore as the team won after facing five defeats in seven matches they played before this match.

RPT---Bengaluru : Virat Kohli of Royal Challengers Bangalore plays a shot against Delhi Daredevils during Indian Premier League (IPL) 2016 T20 match in Bengaluru on Sunday. PTI Photo by Shailendra Bhojak(PTI4_17_2016_000217b)

The match was thrilling as almost every player was high on confidence and was trying his best to make their team win. However, amidst all the excitement something brilliant took place which made every one jaw drop.

Kolkata: Royal Challengers Bangalore player Brendon McCullum during an IPL match 2018 against Kolkata Knight Riders in Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Sunday. PTI Photo by Ashok Bhaumik (PTI4_8_2018_000212B)

Brendon McCullum, the Kiwi player representing RCB in this league made a unique record. He became the first cricketer in this season and the second player in the complete league to score 13 runs off just a single delivery. Before him, Saurav Ganguly had scored 13 runs in one ball, when he was playing for Rajasthan Royals in the year 2014.

On Tuesday, McCullum played a very innovative shot that left everyone stunned as he hit the six brilliantly over the head of keeper. However, the ball was given a ‘no ball’ as Pandya bowled the above waist full-toss which was smashed as a hit by McCullum. The ball was given a ‘no ball’ immediately by the umpire.


On the next delivery, McCullum smashed another six which went over the head of the keeper again. With this stunning six, McCullum scored 13 runs in a single ball.

Here’s the video of him smashing sixes. In case you missed the moment, you can watch the video , have a look:

The match was hosted by Royal Challengers Bangalore at the M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore.  The players of RCB played extremely well in both the innings.

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