Faf du Plessis clinches longest six of IPL 2023, claims Rs 10 Lakh prize money | Business Upturn

Faf du Plessis clinches longest six of IPL 2023, claims Rs 10 Lakh prize money

In a display of sheer power and skill, Faf du Plessis, the skipper of Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), smashed a colossal 115-meter six during the IPL 2023 season. This mighty blow not only claimed the title of the longest six of the tournament but also earned du Plessis a well-deserved cash prize of Rs 10 lakh.

The jaw-dropping six came during a thrilling encounter between RCB and Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) at the iconic M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. It was a memorable moment that left the crowd in awe and cemented du Plessis’ reputation as a power hitter.

During the match, du Plessis exhibited his batting prowess by not only hitting the longest six but also scoring his 27th half-century in just 35 balls. His outstanding performance contributed significantly to RCB’s total score of 212 runs for the loss of 2 wickets in the first innings.

Talking about the IPL 2023 Finals – 

In a gripping last-ball showdown, the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) matched the Mumbai Indians’ (MI) record of five Indian Premier League (IPL) titles as they emerged victorious against the defending champions, the Gujarat Titans (GT), by five wickets in a rain-interrupted final at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium.

Originally scheduled for Sunday, the summit clash had to be rescheduled to the Reserved Day due to heavy rain that disrupted play on the initial date. The much-anticipated encounter finally took place on Monday at the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium, where it was filled with thrilling moments.

After the Gujarat Titans set a daunting target of 214 for 4 in 20 overs, courtesy of Sai Sudharshan’s remarkable 96 off just 47 deliveries, the CSK openers took the field to begin the chase. However, rain made an unwelcome return, causing a brief interruption. Although the showers were short-lived, they had an impact on the practice pitches adjacent to the main wicket.

Eventually, the match resumed at 12:10 am after a significant delay caused by a wet outfield. With a revised target of 171 runs to chase in 15 overs, CSK took on the challenge. In a thrilling climax, they managed to achieve the target on the final ball of the match, sparking celebrations among the packed crowd at the Narendra Modi Stadium. This victory could potentially mark the final appearance in the T20 league for CSK’s veteran batter, Ambati Rayudu.