IPL 2019: How often have you seen an off-balanced six? Ravindra Jadeja did just that off Ben Stokes during RR v CSK in the final over of the match. Not only was the batsman surprised, but it also took the bowler by shock. And then what did they decide to do? They went off to sleep. The action garnered a massive social buzz as Twitter started reacting to the event. The batsman and the bowler seemed to have got themselves shocked.

Here is the video of the event that took place in the last over.

Here is how Twitter reacted, the tweets are extremely funny and you will surely love it:

Chennai won the match off the last ball where Santner hit a six off Ben Stokes to win CSK the match by three wickets.

Earlier, Chennai Super Kings rode on some disciplined bowling effort to restrict Rajasthan Royals to a modest 151/7 in their Indian Premier League (IPL) tie at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium, here on Thursday.

Despite having some star batsmen in their line-up, Chennai bowlers jolted Rajasthan at regular intervals. It was Shreyas Gopal’s quickfire seven-ball 19* down the order that helped the hosts cross the 150-run mark.

For Chennai, Deepak Chahar, Shardul Thakur and Ravindra Jadeja picked up two wickets each while Mitchell Santner bagged one.

Put into bat by the most successful IPL franchise, the home side lost skipper Ajinkya Rahane (14 off 11) in the third over. His partner Jos Buttler (23 off 10) also departed in the next over with just 45 runs on the board.

While Chahar was dismissed by Rahane, Buttler’s stay was cut short by Thakur.

Sanju Samson (6) also couldn’t show much fight, becoming a victim of Santner in the sixth over, as the Rajasthan middle-order collapsed with Steven Smith (15 off 22) and Rahul Tripathi (10 off 12) also falling in quick succession with just 78 runs on the board.

Ben Stokes (28 off 26), Riyan Parag (16 off 14), Jofra Archer (13* off 12) and Gopal then chipped in with valuable contributions to help Rajastha post a somewhat respectable total.

Brief scores

Rajasthan Royals: 151/7 (Ben Stokes 28, Shreyas Gopal 19 not out; Ravindra Jadeja 2/20, Deepak Chahar 2/33) vs Chennai Super Kings

(With IANS inputs)