IPL 2022: Gautam Gambhir’s Crazy Celebration After LSG’s Win Goes Viral

Aggressive Reaction Of Gautam Gambhir After LSG’s Win Goes Viral: Lucknow Super Giants took a step closer to sealing a playoff spot with their seventh win of the season out of 10 matches following their win against Delhi Capitals at the Wankhede Stadium.

With 14 points in the bag, KL Rahul’s side moved up to the second spot, and are sitting right below Gujarat Titans who have 16 points in 9 outings. It was a close game as the Capitals fell only 6 runs short of LSG’s total of 195.

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As the game got closer with Axar Patel and Kuldeep Yadav hitting some late blows, keeping DC alive in their run chase, the tension was palpable in the body language of the players and those in the dugout.

As soon as Marcus Stoinis closed out the last over, successfully defending 21 runs, Gautam Gambhir, the mentor of Lucknow, let out a guttural roar in celebration of this thrilling victory; he even let out a couple of expletives in his animated, aggressive celebratory claps and air fist bumps.

Gambhir’s energy transported to Mohammad Kaif who was commentating in the Hindi feed and the former batter got all excited looking at the former KKR skipper celebrate.

The video of Gautam Gambhir reacting to LSG’s win has also gone viral. You can watch the video here:

Left-arm pacer Mohsin Khan, playing in his fourth IPL game, was rewarded with the Player of the Match award for his four-wicket haul; Mohsin dismissed David Warner, Rishabh Pant, Rovman Powell and Shardul Thakur returning with enviable figures of 4/16.
Before that, KL Rahul continued on his terrific form scoring 77 runs off 51 balls, his knock including 4 fours and 5 sixes. He was supported by Quinton de Kock (23 off 13), but it was his partnership with Deepak Hooda, worth 96-run from 61 balls, that gave LSG the platform to put a total close to 200, which they managed to do and eventually win the game.

Jatin Khandelwal

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