Wasim Jaffer feels Liam Livingstone played smartly as he didn't take risk against strike bowlers

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  • Kevin Pietersen reacts on Liam Livingstone’s colossal 117-metre strike and more cricket news

    Kevin Pietersen reacts on Liam Livingstone’s colossal 117-metre strike and more cricket news

    Liam Livingstone left the cricket world in awe on Tuesday (May 3), smoking the biggest six of the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 so far. The Punjab Kings batter took on Gujarat Titans pacer Mohammed Shami in the 16th over of the innings and smoked a gigantic 117-metre six over deep square leg. Even Shami was impressed with the hit while PBKS skipper Mayank Agarwal couldn’t believe his eyes.

    Former England captain Kevin Pietersen, who was in the commentary panel, was among many to praise the Englishman for the astonishing strike. Pietersen, who was himself known for his big-hitting capabilities, admitted he has never seen a six longer than that of Livingstone. “I have never seen a six as big as that one”, said the former England international.

    Meanwhile, Livingstone’s arrival at the crease escalated the proceedings as the dasher wasted no time whatsoever and took PBKS over the line. He gathered 28 runs of Shami’s over and finished with an unbeaten 30 off just 10 deliveries. As a result, the Mayank Agarwal-led side chased down the target of 144 in just 16 overs, clinching the contest by eight wickets.

    “Swinging hard enough. I didn’t think I was going to bat at one point, nice to go out and hit a few out the middle. I thought Shikhar played beautifully to set it up, and Bhanu [Rajapaksa] with that partnership. It was a big win for us and we needed it, we have played some bad cricket in the last couple of games and it is nice to turn it around,” said Livingstone after the game.

    “We know our roles and also if Mayank is there [in the middle-order] we have more stability. It is all about learning, it is hard to go in and play the way we wanted to as a new team. We played a bit smarter today and you have to play like that on such pitches,” he added.

    Watch the video here. #LiamLivingstone #KevinPietersen #IPL #IPL2022

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    Former Indian coach Lalchand Rajput analyzes players who got picked at an overpriced sum by franchises in the mega auction for IPL 2022.

    Watch Out.

    The Day 1 of the IPL 2022 mega auction was full of twists and turns. While a few teams including the two new entrants Lucknow Super Giants and Gujarat Titans made some big purchases and made the most of their opportunities, the multiple-time winners Mumbai Indians, and the Chennai Super Kings were cautious in their approach and played the waiting game to strike at the right moment. It would be interesting to see whether the two champion teams would make some smart buys on the Day 2 of the event on Sunday.

    Even though MI and CSK made some calculated moves, they along with some of the other teams were successful in bringing players on board by breaking the bank. Their rivals Kolkata Knight Riders and the Royal Challengers Bangalore also did not hesitate in shelling out some extra bucks to buy a few key players for the 15th edition of the marquee tournament. Without further ado, here’s a look at the players who laughed their way to the bank on Day 1 of the mega auction.

    Here are the players who shined on Day 1 of the mega auction
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    As many as four players turned out to be the fifth most expensive player of the opening day of the mega auction. RCB shelled out INR 10.75 crore each for both Wanindu Hasaranga and Harshal Patel winning a fierce bidding war. Hasaranga came up with a reputation of being a brilliant leg-spinner and played for RCB only last season while Harshal Patel also turned up for the same franchise winning the purple cap as well.

    Nicholas Pooran was the other player to stun many with the amount he earned. SRH beat the four-time champions CSK and two-time champions KKR in the bidding war to secure the West Indian swashbuckler’s services. While many felt he was overpriced

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    Kevin Pietersen reacts on Liam Livingstone’s colossal 117-metre strike and more cricket news

    Liam Livingstone left the cricket world in awe on Tuesday (May 3), smoking the biggest six of the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 so far. The Punjab Kings batter took on Gujarat Titans pacer Mohammed Shami in the 16th over of the innings and smoked a gigantic 117-metre six over deep square leg. Even Shami was impressed with the hit while PBKS skipper Mayank Agarwal couldn’t believe his eyes.

    Former England captain Kevin Pietersen, who was in the commentary panel, was among many to praise the Englishman for the astonishing strike. Pietersen, who was himself known for his big-hitting capabilities, admitted he has never seen a six longer than that of Livingstone. “I have never seen a six as big as that one”, said the former England international.

    Meanwhile, Livingstone’s arrival at the crease escalated the proceedings as the dasher wasted no time whatsoever and took PBKS over the line. He gathered 28 runs of Shami’s over and finished with an unbeaten 30 off just 10 deliveries. As a result, the Mayank Agarwal-led side chased down the target of 144 in just 16 overs, clinching the contest by eight wickets.

    “Swinging hard enough. I didn’t think I was going to bat at one point, nice to go out and hit a few out the middle. I thought Shikhar played beautifully to set it up, and Bhanu [Rajapaksa] with that partnership. It was a big win for us and we needed it, we have played some bad cricket in the last couple of games and it is nice to turn it around,” said Livingstone after the game.

    “We know our roles and also if Mayank is there [in the middle-order] we have more stability. It is all about learning, it is hard to go in and play the way we wanted to as a new team. We played a bit smarter today and you have to play like that on such pitches,” he added.

    Watch the video here. #LiamLivingstone #KevinPietersen #IPL #IPL2022

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    Former Indian coach Lalchand Rajput analyzes players who got picked at an overpriced sum by franchises in the mega auction for IPL 2022.

    Watch Out.

    The Day 1 of the IPL 2022 mega auction was full of twists and turns. While a few teams including the two new entrants Lucknow Super Giants and Gujarat Titans made some big purchases and made the most of their opportunities, the multiple-time winners Mumbai Indians, and the Chennai Super Kings were cautious in their approach and played the waiting game to strike at the right moment. It would be interesting to see whether the two champion teams would make some smart buys on the Day 2 of the event on Sunday.

    Even though MI and CSK made some calculated moves, they along with some of the other teams were successful in bringing players on board by breaking the bank. Their rivals Kolkata Knight Riders and the Royal Challengers Bangalore also did not hesitate in shelling out some extra bucks to buy a few key players for the 15th edition of the marquee tournament. Without further ado, here’s a look at the players who laughed their way to the bank on Day 1 of the mega auction.

    Here are the players who shined on Day 1 of the mega auction
    4. Wanindu Hasaranga, Harshal Patel, Nicholas Pooran, Shardul Thakur (INR 10.75 crore)

    As many as four players turned out to be the fifth most expensive player of the opening day of the mega auction. RCB shelled out INR 10.75 crore each for both Wanindu Hasaranga and Harshal Patel winning a fierce bidding war. Hasaranga came up with a reputation of being a brilliant leg-spinner and played for RCB only last season while Harshal Patel also turned up for the same franchise winning the purple cap as well.

    Nicholas Pooran was the other player to stun many with the amount he earned. SRH beat the four-time champions CSK and two-time champions KKR in the bidding war to secure the West Indian swashbuckler’s services. While many felt he was overpriced

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