IPL 2022: Gautam Gambhir and his wife Natasha Jain have caught in a hilarious convo on Instagram
Lucknow Super Giants and Chennai Super Kings have locked horns with each other in the 7th match of the ongoing tournament on 31st March, Thursday. Having a look at the match, the skipper of Lucknow Super Giants won the toss and asked the opposition to bat.
Batting first, the Ravindra Jadeja-led Chennai Super Kings posted a huge total of 210 runs on the board. Robin Uthappa and Shivam Dube were the top scorers for the side, having scored 50 and 49 runs respectively.
Chasing the target, Lucknow Super Giants quite comfortably chased down the total with 6 wickets and 3 balls in spare. The skipper KL Rahul and Quinton de Kock gave a flying start to their innings, as they added 99 runs for the first wicket partnership.
Both of them scored 40 and 61 runs and Evin Lewis finished the match and remained unbeaten on 55 runs along with the youngster Aayush Badoni who played a quickfire of 19 runs from 9 balls.
Great find for Indian cricket: KL Rahul
After winning the game against Chennai Super Kings, KL Rahul shared his thoughts about the match in the post-match presentation and has also praised the youngster Aayush Badoni for his efforts during the game.
"He has a big heart and he is a fighter for a young boy. It shows the character to bounce back with the wet ball. He is someone who wants to grow and learn. He spends time with the spin coach. Credit for that should go to Vijay Dahiya and GG.
They were the ones who wanted him. His batting has been phenomenal. Can bowl as well. Great find for Indian cricket. You can give yourself a couple of overs," KL Rahul was quoted as saying by Cricbuzz.
"If you get a couple of boundaries then it settles the nerves. We got the start we wanted for a big chase. I told him before the first game that he will be batting at three.
Doesn't matter. Spinners or fast bowlers he knows one way. His timing has gotten a lot better. Great to see players coming in and winning games. Puts a smile on the captain's face," he added.
After the end of the game, Gautam Gambhir and his wife Natasha Jain have caught in a hilarious conversation on Instagram when Gautam Gambhir posted a picture of his family, captioning, "Pressure of them watching is more than that of the crowd."
Gautam Gambhir's post went viral on social media platforms that have also caught the attention of his wife, as she replied, "See u after 2 months then."