A Twitter User Explained Why It Is Important To Get Nitish Rana Out On The First Ball

Kolkata Knight Riders’ swashbuckling batsman Nitish Rana created a storm, as he displayed his sensational batting skills in the ongoing match against Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Nitish Rana walked out to bat with all-guns-blazing to open the innings for his team alongside Shubman Gill. Nitish, who recently recovered from the Coronavirus, looked in his prime form as he gave a solid start to his team. He added a half-century stand and went on to score a sensational half-century after his partner departed.

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He brought up his half-century in the 10th over with a stunning six over the deep backward square region. Nitish even went on to slam a hat-trick of boundaries to Sandeep Sharma during the powerplay overs. He played a stunning knock of 80 runs off 56 balls, smashing 9 fours and 4 sixes before he was dismissed by Mohammad Nabi (caught by Vijay Shankar).

Meanwhile, fans on social media were left in awe of Nitish Rana’s batting masterclass and came up with amazing reactions to it. From memes to amazing posts dedicated to him, twitterati are hailing Rana for his stunning performance. Several cricketers and pundits also joined the bandwagon and praised Rana.

Among many, a twitter user came up with an epic tweet dedicated to Rana. In his tweet, the fan highlighted the scores of Nitish from his last 6 innings in IPL, where the cricketer had either dismissed on 0 or after scoring 80+ scores. Sharing the same, the fan wrote:

Nitish Rana last six innings in IPL
Get him out the first ball or suffer.”

Here, check out the Tweet:

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