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Ben Stokes explodes in Abu Dhabi, hits his first IPL century

Abu Dhabi
The bat of the all-rounder Ben Stokes once again played and the fans flocked happily. Stokes gave Rajasthan a resounding victory by playing an unbeaten 107-run knock against Mumbai Indians at Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. (Click the scorecard of this match)

It was a surprise of Stokes’ century and his match-winning partnership with Sanju Samson (54 *) that Rajasthan easily achieved the 196-run target. Rajasthan Royals defeated record four-time champions Mumbai Indians by 8 wickets in the 45th match of IPL-13 and recorded a 5th win in 12 matches of the season.

Read, Rajasthan’s strong win over Stokes’s knockout century, Mumbai

The Royals, led by Steve Smith, now have 10 points and have reached number six in the points table. At the same time, Mumbai Indians suffered a fourth defeat in 11 matches. The four-time champion has 14 points from this team which remains on top. Delhi Capitals and Royal Challengers Bangalore also have 14 points each.

Mumbai scored 195 for 5 in 20 overs thanks to a stormy innings by Hardik Pandya (60 *) after which the Royals team scored 2 in 18.2 overs thanks to the strong innings of Ben Stokes (107 *) and Sanju Samson (54 *). Achieved the target by losing the wicket.

Rajasthan’s 2 wickets fell to a score of 44 but Ben Stokes landed the opening and took power only after winning the match. He completed his first century of IPL with a six. Stokes completed his century with a six off the first ball of the 19th over of the innings (Pattinson) and won with a four off the next ball.

England’s World Cup winning batsman Stokes hit 14 fours and 3 sixes in his innings of 60 balls. Samson scored 54 runs off 31 balls with 4 fours and 3 sixes and he returned unbeaten. Sanju and Stokes shared an unbeaten 152-run partnership for the third wicket.

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