David Miller said on Rashid Khan batting in my opinion that over was the game-changer


GT vs CSK Turning Points: Cricket is called a game of uncertainties because the dice are rolled in the blink of an eye. Till the last ball it is difficult to decide where the match will go. Something similar happened on Sunday in the 29th match of IPL 2022. The league’s new entrant Gujarat Titans face four-time champions Chennai Super Kings. Gujarat needed 90 runs in the last 7 overs to win the match and it was looking difficult for the team.

But David Miller, known as ‘Killer Miller’, had different intentions. Miller, along with skipper Rashid Khan, stitched victory from the jaws of Chennai with a scintillating partnership of 70 runs off just 37 balls. Rashid scored 25 runs in the 18th over of the innings bowled by Chris Jordan, which proved to be the turning point of the match. Miller later admitted that this over was the turning point of the match.

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Miller said after the match, ‘The number four position is the only position I have batted in my career. But today we lost a lot of wickets in the powerplay so I had to change my game. Rashid took a lot of pressure off me. It’s really special when someone scores a run like that at the other end. The over in which he took 25 runs was the turning point and we won the match. We have played many close matches in the past as well, this too was a close match. We are hopeful that we will continue this winning momentum even further.

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Rashid, who was captaining for the first time in the IPL, played a match turning innings of 40 runs in 21 balls. In the 18th over bowled by Jordan, Rashid made the match completely in Gujarat’s court with three sixes and a four. Rashid hit two fours and three sixes in 21 balls. At the same time, Miller hit eight fours and six sixes in 51 balls and played an unbeaten innings of 94 runs. On the strength of his innings, Gujarat registered their fifth win in six matches by scoring 52 runs in the last four overs.

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