Tim David’s massive six leaves fan injured in DC vs MI IPL 2024; picture goes viral

Tim David’s massive six in the clash against Delhi Capitals hit a fan in the face and left him injured. Delhi Capitals hosted five-time IPL champions Mumbai Indians for a thrilling contest at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in New Delhi on April 27, Saturday. The game saw the hosts registering a 10-run win over their counterparts to move to the fifth spot in the standings. While chasing a huge target set by the Delhi Capitals batters, the Indians got off to a shaky start and kept losing wickets. 

Tim David tried to give the side some stability with his big shots but ended up injuring a fan with his shot. In the fifth delivery of the 14th over, bowled by Khaleel Ahmed, David executed a powerful six that hit one of the spectators in the face. However, the security immediately took him for medical attention, and the injury didn’t turn out to be serious. 

Mumbai Indians register sixth defeat of IPL 2024

Mumbai Indians, led by Hardik Pandya, registered their sixth loss of the season and moved to bottom second spot on the standings. The five-time winners failed to achieve the target of 258 runs after DC put up a score of 257 runs for four wickets after being invited to bat first. Jake Fraser-McGurk came up with a knock of 84 runs, while Tristan Stubbs remained not out on 48 runs. 

Fraser was awarded Player of the Match for his valuable knock. In the post-match ceremony, he said, “I had looked at his (Bumrah’s) footage all day. But in the game, everything goes out of the window and you just have to see the ball. It is good to test yourself against the best bowler in the world. You have to ride the waves of highs and lows. These innings are good for my confidence and for my team. From outside you don’t know the level of the competition, this is such a higher level than the other leagues and it is amazing to be a part of it.”

 

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