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#fixing started trending on social media after the victory of Gujarat Titans in the final of IPL-15 on Sunday. At the end of the match, there was a flood of fixing posts of the final. Some fans were denying it outright, while some were posting in support of it.
Let us know about which moments on social media the fans are alleging that the final was fixed…we are also giving some such posts of the fans below…
http://champion gujarat got 20 crores rajasthan also rich know which player got the amount of money rained
RR won the toss and batted
RR captain Sanju Samson won the toss and elected to bat, while GT has won the most matches in the league by chasing. While chasing, he has won eight out of 9 matches, while losing one. In such a situation, questions started being raised on the decision of Captain Sanju Samson. His decision also proved to be wrong and the team could not score big. She could only make a modest score of 130 runs for the victory in front of Gujarat. Due to this, the fans were very angry after the toss.
top order of rajasthan
After winning the toss, RR’s openers got off to a good start, but could not play a big innings. The opening partnership of 31 runs was the biggest between these two. Yashasvi Jaiswal scored 22 and Jos Buttler scored 39 runs. Captain Samson and Paddkal also failed. After the dismissal of the top order, the RR middle order completely collapsed. No other batsman could score 15+ after both the openers.
Jos Buttler, the highest run-scorer in the tournament, could not play a big innings in the final. Butler has scored 863 runs in the current season. These included four centuries and four half-centuries, but when the team needed his big innings the most, he could not score a century or a half-century.
Chahal’s catch drop
Yuzvendra Chahal’s catch drop in the final was also the most discussed. Chahal dropped a simple catch of Shubman Gill at short fine leg in the very first over of the second innings. Gill scored the highest 45 runs for GT. He won the team by scoring six.
Economy of Ashwin, Fielding of Parag
R. Ashwin bowled at an economy of 10.66 in the final match. He spent 32 runs in three overs and not a single wicket came in his account. This has happened only in a few matches when he did not get a wicket. He also fielded poorly. Ryan Parag’s fielding was also mediocre.