IPL 2022, GT vs KKR | Twitter reacts as Hardik Pandya survives run-out scare after Tim Southee messes up

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Tim Southee messed up run out chance against Hardik Pandya.

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IPL 2022, GT vs KKR | Twitter reacts as Hardik Pandya survives run-out scare after Tim Southee messes up

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SportsCafe Desk

04/23/2022

Gujarat Titans and Kolkata Knight Riders were up against each other in match number 35 of IPL 2022 at the DY Patil stadium. After winning the toss, Gujarat opted to bat first and KKR fast bowler missed out on the chance to send Hardik Pandya back to the dugout after he messed up a runout chance.

The Gujarat Titans and Kolkata Knight Riders were playing against each other in match number 35 of the IPL 2022. The teams are playing against each other for the first time in the history of the IPL and the battle should be an interesting one as both teams are looking for a win. Gujarat Titans lost opener Shubman Gill early in the innings after the batter edged a ball from Tim Southee who was going down leg side on the first ball of his spell who was brought back in the team in place of Pat Cummins. 

Gujarat skipper Hardik Pandya walked out to bat at number three to everyone's surprise and looked to dominate from the word go. The right-handed batter struck boundaries on the 3rd and 5th ball of the over to continue on his good form. However, the final ball of Southee's first over was where all the drama happened as Hardik batting at 10 from 5 balls came down the track and hit the ball straight back to the KKR bowler. Tim Southee grabbed the ball and threw the ball back to the batting end as Hardik tried to scamper back to save himself from a runout. But Southee missed the stumps in what should have been an easy runout and the Gujarat skipper survived.

Here is how Twitter reacted:

MISSED!

BIG MISS!

HAHA!

ALMOST!

NEVER!

RED HOT FORM!

PEAK STAGE!

HE WILL!

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