Junior De Villiers with a record achievement that even De Villiers could not own
Devold Breivis has been named in the Mumbai Indians squad for the 2022 mega star auction. Like the legendary AB de Villiers, the youngster’s ability to shoot shots into all parts of the stadium in 360 degrees brought him to the Mumbai team.
Beavis has been a force to be reckoned with, batting consistently despite the failure of many senior players on the team.
Breivis also had a great performance in the Mumbai Indians – Punjab Kings match last night. Brevis will be the savior of the team when seniors Pollard and Ishant Kishan, who bought gold, continue to fail.
He hit 49 off 25 balls in the last match. While Rohit Sharma and Ishant Kishan climbed the tent in the powerplay itself, Brevis and Tilak Verma were the saviors.
Rahul Chahar was the hottest batsman in Brevis’ bat. Mayank Agarwal had hired Rahul Chahar to break the tie-breaker when he teamed up with Mumbai youngster Tilak Verma to move the scoreboard. But they do not know that what is to come is a tremor.
The batsman started the innings with a four off the first ball of the innings and then hit a six off the next four balls. 29 runs were scored in that over. For the first time in his career, Rahul Chahar has conceded so many runs in an over.
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He also hit another six.
With this, Brevis is looking for another rare achievement. He holds the record for the youngest player to hit five sixes in an IPL match at the age of 18 or under.
However, the star’s shot was not enough to prevent Mumbai’s defeat.
Uff! Brevis is just 18? How good can he become?
– Harsha Bhogle (bhogleharsha) April 13, 2022
Players under 18 who have scored the most sixes in an IPL match
Dewald Brevis vs Punjab Kings, 5 sixes (2022)
Prithviraj Shah vs Rajasthan Royals, 4 sixes (2018)
Abhishek Sharma vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, 4 Sixers (2018)
Ishant Kishan vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, 4 Sixers (2017)
Ishant Kishan vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, 4 Sixers (2017)
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