'Priyam is slapping Williamson': Twitter Lauds Priyam Garg For Scoring Stunning Fifty After Kane Williamson's Run-out

‘Priyam is slapping Williamson’: Twitter Lauds Priyam Garg For Scoring Stunning Fifty After Kane Williamson’s Run-out

Priyam Garg
Priyam Garg (Credits: Twitter)

Former India U19 skipper Priyam Garg has become a hero among the fans after his sensational fifty in the ongoing game between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Chennai Super Kings. More than his stunning fifty, what has impressed the fans is the character he showed during the innings.

Priyam Garg was under pressure to deliver after playing a big part in Kane Williamson’s run-out earlier in the innings. The score was only 69 in the 11th over when the youngster decided against taking a quick single which resulted in the former Sunrisers skipper’s run-out.

Priyam Garg
Priyam Garg (Credits: Twitter)

Following the run-out, Williamson lost his cool and gave a stare to his younger teammate before walking off the field. Well, Priyam Garg went on to make amends for his mistake by scoring a fine fifty and take Sunrisers to a competitive total of 164 for 5 in the allotted 20 overs.

In the last 9 overs, he helped his side collect 95 runs while slamming a 23-ball fifty. It is his maiden fifty in IPL. His knock was studded with six fours and one fine six off Sam Curran. He added 77 runs for the fifth wicket with Abhishek Sharm to bail his side out of trouble.

And as soon Priyam Garg reached his fifty, the fans took to Twitter to laud him for the way he responded with the bat following the run-out of Williamson.

Here are the reactions to his stunning fifty:

SRH, meanwhile, will be looking to make the most of the momentum and win the ongoing game. After losing their first two games, SRH won their previous game against Delhi Capitals while Chennai Super Kings are playing this game on the back of two back-to-back losses.

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