Why is EVERY IPL game nerve breaking? Even though a team scores less than 90 runs, it always has to end at the last over. With millions of bets running on India and Asia, IPL hasn’t failed to sweat the gamblers. Every ball changes the win pointer to the other team. Have you guys ever wondered why IPL is so entertaining than other premier leagues? If you guys haven’t figured it out yet then you must be a really big fan of WWE scripts as well.
There is no denying that the Indian Premier League is scripted. I mean, it’s self-evident. Cricketers, like Bollywood actors, are paid to perform (act) in front of an audience and entertain us. Take cricketers like Virat Kohli and Suresh Raina for example, who act better than actors like Arjun Kapoor.
Disappointing IPL Scripts
To win the match, SRH needed 18 runs in the last over, and Andre Russell came in with a short run-up and delivered easy deliveries. He got the game began with a no-ball. Warner struck three consecutive fours on the second, third, and fourth deliveries, reducing the necessary goal to four runs in two balls.
And in the last over, Ball warner tapped a single run to long-on, bringing the contest to a super over.
Don’t Forget The Famous Double Super Over
With KXIP needing two runs to win, Jorden is on strike for the last ball. Jordan had time to return for a second run after hitting Trent Boult’s blockhole delivery to long-off, but he took a longer route and couldn’t beat Pollard’s deep throw and was run-out, putting the game into a tie-breaker. Isn’t IPL Scripts just fun?
Fun fact: Both of these matches, KKR vs SRH and KXIP vs MI, took place on the same day and ended in a tie-breaker. It was also a Sunday. So much fun to be had.
I’m not saying to believe me but if you don’t I believe you still watch WWE. So have fun there too.
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