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HomeCricketRCB Supporters Pursue Brett Lee's Car for a Selfie. What happened next

RCB Supporters Pursue Brett Lee’s Car for a Selfie. What happened next


Brett Lee, who is now attending the IPL 2023 in India, had an interesting fan experience.

Brett Lee, a renowned fast bowler for Australia, is well-known across the world, and on Wednesday, he had an interesting experience in Mumbai. As part of the broadcasting crew for the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023, Lee is now in India. He was driving when he got a special request from two fans. Two admirers could be seen riding their scooter beside his car in a social media video begging him repeatedly for a photo. In order to prevent injuries, Lee urged them to “Aaram Se Aaram Se (Drive carefully)” and even suggested that they wear helmets when driving.

“India always has fantastic things in store for you! Love the zeal,” Lee wrote as the video’s caption.
In the 17th game of the IPL 2023, Rajasthan Royals defeated Chennai Super Kings by three runs, showing that the tried-and-true technique of leaving things to the very last minute could not provide the intended outcomes.
In eight games, this was CSK’s lone home loss to RR.
CSK completed play at 172/6 with skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni remaining undefeated on a difficult 176-run target. Dhoni, who was captaining CSK for the 200th time in IPL history, struck three sixes and a boundary, and the other undefeated hitter, Ravindra Jadeja, got a 15-ball 25.

Despite Dhoni smashes two sixes in the last over and needing to defend 20 runs, veteran medium bowler Sandeep Sharma kept his composure to contain the yellow brigade.

With their third victory in their previous four contests, the Royals now have the most points. They are tied with the Lucknow Super Giants in points with 6, however they lead on the basis of net run rate. CSK, on the other side, is now in fifth position with a record of two victories and two defeats.

On JioCinema, Brett Lee, a former Australian pacer, gave the 29-year-old Sharma high accolades.

“I appreciate what he said about how going over the wicket wasn’t working, so he came around the wicket in his post-game interview. Yet you’re correct. That sweet area is right there inside his range, and if he had missed it by an inch, it would have gone for six. Sandeep Sharma deserves praise for pitching a wet ball to MS Dhoni, who is on fire, even if the entire crowd is against them. He finished the game under pressure, and for him to win by three runs, hats off, he remarked.



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