Top 5 Nail-Beating Finishes of IPL 2022

IPL 2022 – Top 5 Finishes of IPL 2022 – The thrill and spill of the last over of the Indian Premier League (IPL) is not new as different teams have created different heroes at different stages of the season. From Pat Cummins to Rahul Tewatia, there was no shortage of IPL final overs with TV viewers and fans at the highest quality stadium. Follow IPL 2022 live updates and scores on InsideSport.IN.

IPL 2022: From Pat Cummins’ Storm to Iceman Rahul Tewatia’s Blitzkrieg, 5 Nail-Cutting Ends of IPL 2022 – Watch

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IPL 2022: From Pat Cummins' Storm to Iceman Rahul Tewatia's Blitzkrieg, 5 Nail-Cutting Ends of IPL 2022 - Watch

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Raja Rashid and Lord Tewatia Anlish (GT vs. SRH) – Needed 22 runs in the last over and could have been the only team to double in the SRH GT over, but and a big but, Rashid Khan and Rahul Tewatia had another idea. Tewatia hit a six off the first ball and handed over the initiative to Rashid with a single. The Afghan star pulled his muscles for a six and brought the equation to 9 off 3 balls.

Janssen made a comeback by bowling a dot on the next ball, but a famous back-to-back six from Rashid for GT sealed a famous win to bring the new franchise back to the top of the table.

IPL 2022: From Pat Cummins’ Storm to Iceman Rahul Tewatia’s Blitzkrieg, 5 Nail-Cutting Ends of IPL 2022 – Watch

Cummins swaps MI in a flash (KKR vs MI)While this is not your day, it is obviously not your day because Mumbai Indians (MI) faced Pat Cummins’ Australian storm. Requiring 61 runs in six overs, MI and to be honest no one could have predicted that the match would end in the next two overs.

Seeing a surprising ending to the match, Pat Cummins brought the joint-fastest fifty of the tournament with 14 balls when he smashed Daniel Sams for 35 in one over. Cummins finished with 56 runs in 15 deliveries and almost ended Sam’s IPL career with that richness. KKR won with 24 balls to spare.

IPL 2022: From Pat Cummins' Storm to Iceman Rahul Tewatia's Blitzkrieg, 5 Nail-Cutting Ends of IPL 2022 - Watch

Mahi Way – (CSK vs MI) – The El Clিকsico meeting between MI and CSK never disappoints, even though the two teams are sitting at the bottom of the IPL table. The last over required 17 runs and Joydev Unadkat got off to a good start with the ball in hand as he bowled Dwayne Pretorius off the first ball.

Newcomer Dwayne Bravo has done a no-nonsense job by striking Dhoni, who is awaiting his turn. Dhoni’s silence was calm before the storm as he hit Unadkat with sixes and fours before taking a double.

With four requirements for the final delivery and Dhoni’s strike, Unadkat knew what was coming and MI and CSK fans around the world knew. Dhoni hits the ball in a four and MI’s sad season continues as they fail to win their first match of the season with the offender MS Dhoni this time.

IPL 2022: From Pat Cummins’ Storm to Iceman Rahul Tewatia’s Blitzkrieg, 5 Nail-Cutting Ends of IPL 2022 – Watch

IPL 2022: From Pat Cummins' Storm to Iceman Rahul Tewatia's Blitzkrieg, 5 Nail-Cutting Ends of IPL 2022 - Watch

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Lord Rahul Tewatia again hero (GT vs PBKS) – With 19 runs required in the last over, PBKS were able to take the wicket with Hardik Pandya. David Miller collected five runs courtesy of a four and a single, leading the equation to an impossible situation. Rahul, who has tackled just one ball so far, was tasked with scoring 12 runs in 2 deliveries.

Impossible but not impossible, Rahul did it by asking for the first time but it didn’t work out. Oden Smith was tense and worried, but knew nothing but a six that would work for his team. But, as Rahul Tewatia emerged as an unlikely hero, he scored six more runs to take GT home.

IPL 2022: From Pat Cummins' Storm to Iceman Rahul Tewatia's Blitzkrieg, IPL 2022's 5 Nail-Cutting Ends - Watch

Rashid’s first words and last words from Miller (GT vs. CSK) – Following 48 runs in three overs and a tail-end, GT again sweated before Rashid Khan and Miller GT went home. The 18th over of the innings was Achilles Hill for CSK as Chris Jordan was shuffled for 25 and the balance of the game shifted to GT. There were four fours in the over as Rashid scored 40 runs in 20 deliveries.

The Afghan star was then out by Dwayne Bravo, but the loss was already over as David Miller scored an unbeaten 94 in the final to help GT win another close.

IPL 2022: From Pat Cummins’ Storm to Iceman Rahul Tewatia’s Blitzkrieg, IPL 2022’s 5 Nail-Cutting Ends – Watch

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