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shahrukh khan last ball six: Tamil Nadu win Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy for the second consecutive time: Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy

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shahrukh khan last ball six: Tamil Nadu win Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy for the second consecutive time: Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy

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Tamil Nadu has won the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy for the second time in a row. Karnataka had to taste defeat in a very exciting final. Tamil Nadu had a target of 152 runs. In such a situation, Shahrukh Khan made his team the champion by hitting a six on the last ball.

16 runs needed in the last over

The match was at a very exciting juncture. 11 runs had come off the first five balls. Now five runs were needed off the last ball. That is, the match would have been tied with a four and a six would have won. Shahrukh Khan, who is on strike, is known only for hitting big hits. Doing justice to his image, he blew the last ball of Pratik Jain for a six over square leg.

Tamil Nadu became champion for the third time
Now Tamil Nadu has become the most successful team of the tournament, winning not one or two but three finals. Baroda, Gujarat and Karnataka have done this feat twice each. Last year Tamil Nadu won the tournament by defeating Baroda. This time it was Karnataka’s turn. Interestingly, the opening season was also named by Tamil Nadu itself. This time the Tamil team defeated Punjab by two wickets in the semi-finals to enter the final.


Yellow Army Dhoom

This year is the third major occasion when the team with the yellow jersey has won the T20 tournament. First of all, Chennai Super Kings won the IPL final. Then Australia won the World T20 a few weeks ago and now Tamil Nadu, the team with the yellow jersey, captured the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.

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