Dewald Brevis, the 18-year-old South Africa player, was at his best in a match between Mumbai Indian and Punjab Kings.

Dewald Brevis, the 18-year-old South Africa player, was at his best in a match between Mumbai Indian and Punjab Kings. After struggling for a few balls, the right-handed batter went into a destructive mode and slammed four consecutive sixes against Rahul Chahar.

He scored 49 off 25 balls, with the help of 4 fours and 5 sixes and a strike rate of 196.00.

The young sensation joined Chris Gayle and Jofra Archer on the list of overseas batters who have hit four successive maximums in the cash-rich league. While Gayle has achieved this landmark on three occasions, Archer and Brevis have touched the feat once.

He took 28 runs off Chahar’s five balls, which was the 9th over of the Mumbai Indians’ innings.

Earlier, Shikhar Dhawan (70 off 50 balls) and Mayank Agarwal ( 52 off 32 balls) took PBKS to 198/5 in 20 overs.

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