IPL 2022 David Miller Says Sorry to Rajasthan Royals fans RR Hilariously Respond to his tweet

The first qualifier of the Indian Premier League 2022 has been played between Gujarat Titans and Rajasthan Royals. Gujarat Titans once again impressed everyone with their game and defeated Rajasthan by 7 wickets in a high scoring match to reach the finals. Chasing the target of 189 runs in front of the excellent bowling attack of Rajasthan Royals was not easy. But David Miller played an important role in helping Gujarat win another match by playing a stormy innings in the last overs.

In the first qualifier played at the Eden Gardens, Miller hit three sixes in the last over of the match off the famous Krishna in successive deliveries. He remained unbeaten on 68 runs in just 38 balls. Their innings propelled Gujarat to the final of the IPL in their first season and they became the third team in the history of the tournament to achieve the feat.

After the match ended, Miller apologized to Rajasthan Royals on Twitter. Miller was part of the Royals’ team in the last two seasons, 2020 and 2021, but he was not part of the team in many matches. Replying to Miller’s tweet, Rajasthan Royals shared a meme from the popular show “Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah” which reads “Dushman na kare dost ne woh kaam kar hai.”

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Chasing Royals’ 189-run target, Titans scored 191 for three with three balls to spare thanks to an unbroken 106-run fourth-wicket partnership between David Miller (68 not out) and Pandya (40 not out).

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Miller hit five sixes and three fours in his flamboyant 38-ball knock. He led his team to victory by hitting three consecutive sixes. Pandya faced 27 balls and hit five fours. Shubman Mill (35) and Matthew Wade (35) also played useful innings for Titans. Royals scored 188 for six with the fine innings of Jos Buttler (89) and captain Sanju Samson (47).

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