The Rajasthan Royals team managed to score 177 for nine against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) despite the failure of the top order. Winning three consecutive matches, the confident Royal Challengers Bangalore bowlers took the wicket at the start, vindicating captain Virat Kohli’s decision to bowl after winning the toss. For him, Mohammed Siraj took three wickets for 27 runs while Harshal Patel took a total of three wickets for 47 runs from two wickets in the last over. Kyle Jamieson, Kane Richardson and Washington Sundar each got one wicket each.
The Rajasthan Royals batting remained a problem which continued in this match as well. Captain Sanju Samson’s hopes of playing a big innings could not be fulfilled. But Shivam Dubey (46 runs, 32 balls, five fours, two sixes) and Ryan Parag (25 runs, 16 balls, four fours) added 66 off 39 balls for the fifth wicket to help the team reach a respectable score. In the end, Rahul Tewatia contributed 40 runs off 23 balls with four fours and two sixes.
After being invited to bat, the team lost one wicket in each over from the third to the fifth of the powerplay. Jos Buttler (08) was expected to give the team a good start but it did not happen and he was bowled in an effort to hit Siraj’s ball in the second over. In the next over, Jamieson gave Manan Vohra (07) a second blow to the team which caught Richardson at mid on.
In the fifth over, Siraj appealed lbw against David Miller at the crease and RCB captain Kohli decided to take a review which went against Rajasthan Royals. Miller was also surprised by Siraj’s yorker, thus the team’s strategy of landing him at number four did not work. In the Powerplay, Rajasthan Royals had lost three wickets for 32 runs. Samson (21) began to open hands after the powerplay and in the eighth over, Washington Sundar’s first ball was sent for a six over midwicket.
However, his desire to play a long innings ended in the next ball, in which he again picked up the ball towards midwicket but the shot was not so strong and he was out. The team lost four wickets for 43 runs. Dubey and Parag again played a key role in handling the innings. Harshal Patel broke the half-century partnership by dismissing Parag. Dubey played his best innings in the IPL but missed the half-century by four runs. He was dismissed by Richardson.
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