IPL 2022 Rovman Powell will break the record of longest six of IPL gave himself this challenge


Punjab Kings star batsman Liam Livingstone has hit the longest six of IPL 2022 in a match against Gujarat Titans. By the way, every year in the IPL, some big hitters try to get the ball out of the stadium by hitting long sixes. But Delhi Capitals batsman Rovman Powell has said that not only does he want to break the record for the longest six this season, but he also wants to hit the longest six in IPL history by hitting a 130-metre six in the ongoing season. Liam Livingstone hit the longest six of IPL 2022 at the DY Patil Stadium on Tuesday.

The record for hitting the longest six in IPL is held by South Africa’s Albie Morkel, who hit a 125m six for Chennai Super Kings. Rovman Powell said after winning the match against Sunrisers Hyderabad, “I can break Liam Livingstone’s record of 117M sixes. I even told Mandeep that I am going to hit the ball around 130 metres. Let’s see how it goes.”

Powell said after scoring an unbeaten 67, “I have done a lot of work batting against spinners in the past year. I am batting a lot better against spin and I can already bat against fast pace.” I told Pant that you trust me and give me a chance to play at No. 5. Give me a chance to start my innings, I want to bat with restraint in the first 15-20 balls. After that I will turn on the bowlers. I’ll attack.”

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Powell said at the post-match press conference, “I came into the IPL knowing that I was in good form, knowing I had put in a lot of work. At the beginning of the IPL, it was a little tough for me. I was just on myself. I have a conversation with Rishabh, explaining to him that I was a little disappointed to bat at No.8 in that match. However that is the nature of the game, whatever position you are placed in, you have to do your best. Rishabh and coach Ricky Ponting came up with a conclusion and plan and gave me the opportunity to bat at number five.”

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