The extremely talented RCB opener Devdutt Paddikal engaged in a quiz speaking to ESPNcrincinfo where has had a session regarding his RCB mates. READ MORE Dinesh Karthik’s hilarious reply to Chris Lynn over ‘Maldives’ leaves fans in splits
The 20-year seemed to have returned to his home after IPL got postponed indefinitely. Paddikal interacted for the quiz session where he succeed in answering some of the questions.
The Two of RCB players in the current squad to have won a champions league T20
Padikkal correctly recalled Yuzvendra Chahal being the part of winning team. Chahal was a Mumbai Indian when MI won the 2011-12 champions league. Paddikal however failed to recall Glenn Maxwell who was a part of 2013 MI squad who won Champions League beating Rajasthan Royals.
I took a wicket with my first ball in T20s dismissing Kevin Pietersen stumped off a leg side wide
After pondering on the same, Paddikal uncertainly came up with a name of his RCB Skipper Virat Kohli who in essence was the man who got off Kevin Pietersen on first ball in T20s in 2011.
Among current RCB players, I have taken most first class wickets
Devdutt Paddikal reckoned it would be the paceman Mohammed Siraj but it is the Haryana skipper Harshal Patel who has picked 226 wickets in his career at an average of 23 and is the man with most FC wickets. Harshal Patel is leading the purple cap race of the 14th edition of IPL which indefinitely got postponed.
On my test debut I dismissed Kohli and Pujara in successive overs
Season’s second highest bought Kyle Jamieson have had a wonderful international career so far but where it all started was the first test against India where the tall guy dismissed India’s two best batsman cheaply on his debut and later New Zealand won the match and subsequently series. Paddikal certainly answered it.
In IPL 2020, I broke a record that was previously held by Shreyas Iyer?
Devdutt Paddikal himself is the man who broke Iyer’s record of highest runs scorer by an uncapped player in a season. Paddikal debut last year in IPL 2020, and scored 473 runs on debut season and was one of the crucial reasons why RCB made into the Playoffs. Paddikal chuckled and named himself as the one who holds the record.