SunRisers Asks Rashid Khan To Carry “Camel” Bat For IPL 2020

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SunRisers Asks Rashid Khan To Carry
SunRisers Asks Rashid Khan To Carry "Camel" Bat For IPL 2020

The game of cricket always comes up with special surprises for the fans. The cricketers think out of the box to entertain the fans apart from their cricketing skills on the field.

Rashid Khan showed off a new type of bat with a strange design in a BBL match between Adelaide Strikers and Melbourne Renegades. Rashid was observed holding a bat that had a tiny depression on its rear. The curves resemble the posture of Camel. Thus, Cricket Australia named it as ”The Camel Bat”. Instantly, it went viral on social media, as the fans liked his new willow.

Sunrisers Hyderabad questioned Rashid Khan to “carry it with himself for IPL 2020″Going for the Adelaide Strikers in rival to defending champions Melbourne Renegades.

SunRisers Asks Rashid Khan To Carry "Camel" Bat For IPL 2020
SunRisers Asks Rashid Khan To Carry “Camel” Bat For IPL 2020

Rashid Khan’s IPL team Sunrisers Hyderabad said back on cricket.com.au’s tweet, questing the star all-rounder to “carry it with himself for IPL 2020”.Carry it with yourself for IPL 2020, @rashidkhan_19! https://t.co/qP0WVo1S8vSunRisers Hyderabad (@SunRisers) December 29, 2019Rashid Khan hit 16-ball 25 at a strike rate of 156.25 with the special bat.

His innings comprised of two fours and two sixes as the Adelaide Strikers posted a score of 155/6 in the initial innings. The Afghan spinner then came back to bowl a spectacular spell in which he led away only 15 runs in 4 overs and got back two wickets. Rashid went on to finish the Big Bash League clash with the amazing economy rate in his team. Rashid Khan’s power-packed performance assisted Adelaide Strikers to beat defending champions Melbourne Renegades to move to the top of the BBL points table.

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Aaron Finch’s entertaining half-century could not cover up the Renegades from succumbing to a fourth loss in a row in this season. Prior in the second innings, the match got a bizarre moment courtesy umpire, Greg Davidson. Davidson lifted his finger towards his head prior to pulling it back and scratching his nose in spite of when Rashid Khan came out for a plumb lbw in rival to Beau Webster.

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