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“He’s Livingrock”- Liam Livingstone’s monstrous 106 off Umran Malik leaves Twitter in absolute awe

Livingstone hit a monstrous six off Umran Malik over the mid-wicket which turned out to be 106 meters long.

Liam Livingstone

Liam Livingstone, Punjab Kings’ explosive batsman, is continuing his best form this season as he once again scored his 3rd fifty in this season against Sunrisers Hyderabad on Sunday, April 17. In the 11th over, Livingstone hit a monstrous six off Umran Malik over the mid-wicket which turned out to be 106 meters long.

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Liam Livingstone batted aggressively and reached the half-century in just 16 deliveries, hitting fours and sixes. His partner Shahrukh Khan also batted sensibly to keep the scoreboard moving. Both of them had a brilliant partnership of 71 runs.

But Bhuvneshwar Kumar removed both Liam Livingstone (60) and Khan (26). In the 6th ball of the 18t over, Bhuvneshwar bowled a length ball to Liam Livingstone. Livingstone tried to push it on the off side for a single to keep strike for the next over. But he ended up chipping it towards cover. Kane Williamson caught the ball and sent the dangerous looking Livingstone.

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SRH and PBKS are looking for the top spots on leaderboard

SRH

SRH have won their last three encounters and defeated Kolkata Knight Riders in their previous game with a big margin. A win in this game will take SRH into the top four. They’ll then have 8 points from 6 matches. Punjab Kings have 6 points from 5 matches. Both the teams have won three matches each and lost two so far of the games they’ve played.

Williamson said after winning the toss, “It’s something we’ve done recently. We are looking to execute our plans and the conditions. We keep trying to improve ad in the day games are some things that are different. Playing X| unchanged.”

PBKS captain Mayank Agarwal got injured yesterday and Shikhar Dhawan replaced him. During the pre-match ceremony, Dhawan said: “Mayank got injured yesterday and got hurt on his toe and will be fine by the next game. (Improve) We can get better as a bowling unit.”

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Gouri Das is a cricket writer at FirstSportz. She is an ardent fan of cricket and tennis and admires Novak Djokovic, MS Dhoni, and Usain Bolt.