Gave playoff ticket to RCB and then made a video call and asked – 'How are you feeling mother'

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Kolkata. This bowler, who was famous for his shameful record in the Indian Premier League, forced people to forget everything with his performance. Yash Dayal, who hit 5 consecutive sixes in the last over against Kolkata Knight Riders, led Royal Challengers Bangalore to victory against Chennai Super Kings in the last over.

Only a mother can understand the pain of her child and exactly 405 days ago, Yash Dayal's mother Radha Dayal fell ill after seeing Yash Dayal's career disintegrating after Rinku Singh hit five sixes in one over, but one over changed everything. That fiery over from Rinku's bat could also have ended Dayal's career. Those who didn't follow the ferocious social media flow knew this guy would make a comeback. And he did so too.

Dayal did not allow 17 runs to be scored in an over in front of IPL's greatest finishers Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Ravindra Jadeja. Dayal healed every wound of himself and his mother by bowling a charismatic 20th over and took Royal Challengers Bangalore to the IPL playoffs. Even Rinku wrote on her Instagram page, “It was God's will.”

After that over, Dayal made a video call to his mother and asked, “How are you feeling?”

The celebrations continued till late night in the Dayal family. His father Chandrapal said that his son had told his mother that he was sure that he would not let MS Dhoni score the winning run.

Chanderpal, who played cricket at the club level, retired from the office of the Accountant General in Prayagraj in 2019. He stands like a rock by his son, who faced five sixes from Rinku Singh at the Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad on April 9. Reliving old memories, he said, “That scary dream was coming again when Dhoni had hit a six on the first ball.” I felt from within that something good would happen this time. This is the result of his hard work. This is god's blessing.”

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