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Harshal Patel Looks Back At His 37 Runs Over To Ravindra Jadeja

Harshal Patel Looks Back At His 37 Runs Over To Ravindra Jadeja
Harshal Patel (Credit: IPL)

Harshal Patel made his Indian Premier League (IPL) debut way back in 2011 for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). However, his stocks have raised since IPL 2021 season when he finished the wicket tally with 32 wickets in just 15 matches.

Harshal shares the record of the most wickets in IPL season 32 with champion Dwayne Bravo, who also picked 32 wickets in the 2013 season while playing for Chennai Super Kings (CSK).

Even though Harshal Patel Had a season to remember there was one thing the Haryana cricketer might want to forget. In a game against CSK, Ravindra Jadeja smashed 37 runs in an over of Harshal Patel, the joint-most with pacer Prasanth Parameswaran.

In a recent interview, Harshal Patel went down the memory lane and spoke about the 37-run over that he bowled against Chennai Super Kings in the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League. Harshal was asked about the one bad day in the office he had during the 2021 IPL season, Harshal Patel replied:

“The one thing you learn in the professional sport after 11 years is that you can’t take anything too seriously. As if you start taking these things too seriously, it will be very difficult to sustain. I didn’t execute what I wanted to and the batter had a fantastic day. I had a very bad day as I couldn’t execute a single yorker.”

Harshal Patel made his India debut riding on IPL 2021 stint

Harshal Patel - AB De Villiers
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Harshal Patel won the player of the tournament award for his performance in the 2021 IPL. On the back of it, he received his maiden call up for the T20 series against New Zealand and made his mark straight away picking up 2/25 in four overs.

He was released by RCB ahead of the forthcoming IPL season and is like to set the auction on fire given his current form and the ability to take wickets in death overs.

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