TATA IPL 2022, Match 39: RCB Vs RR – Match Report
The Rajasthan Royals (RR) continued their profitable run within the TATA Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 with a victory in opposition to Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) by 29 runs on Tuesday on the Maharashtra Cricket Affiliation Stadium in Pune.
Riyan Parag’s unbeaten 56*(31) and Kuldeep Sen’s splendid four-wicket haul led Rajasthan Royals to a 29-run victory in addition to to the highest of the desk.
Chasing 145, RCB misplaced an early wicket after Virat Kohli was caught contained in the circle off Prasidh Krishna’s bowling.
Skipper Faf du Plessis batted patiently at the beginning earlier than creaming three fours and a six as RCB had been 37/1 on the finish of the powerplay.
Kuldeep Sen claimed two wickets in two deliveries to dismiss du Plessis and Maxwell within the 7th over. Whereas the RCB skipper was caught at covers, Maxwell sliced the ball straight to slips.
Shahbaz Ahmed and Rajat Patidar steadied the innings earlier than Ashwin bamboozled Patidar within the 10th over and uprooted the off-stump.
Prabhudessai did not clear the ropes within the 12th over as Ashwin scalped his second wicket. RCB had been in serious trouble as Dinesh Karthik fell wanting the crease and was run-out for six.
Ashwin picked his third wicket of the innings to dismiss Shahbaz Ahmed after Riyan Parag took a tremendous working catch.
Kuldeep Sen and Prasidh Krishna added a wicket every and RCB required 30 off the ultimate over. Harshal Patel was the ultimate RCB batter to be dismissed as Kuldeep picked his fourth wicket of the innings.
Earlier, RR, who had been put in to bat first, made two adjustments – Daryl Mitchell and Kuldeep Sen had been named within the eleven.
Devdutt Padikkal smacked the primary six of the sport off Mohammed Siraj’s bowling however the pacer had the final chuckle after Padikkal was trapped LBW within the 2nd over.
Ravi Ashwin, who was promoted up the order, hit the bottom working with 4 fours earlier than Siraj took a catch off his personal bowling to scalp the all-rounder’s wicket.
Josh Hazlewood then claimed the essential wicket of Buttler, who was caught at mid-on and RR had been 43-3 on the finish of the powerplay.
Skipper Samson selected the aggressive route and crunched two sixes within the 8th over. Hasaranga put an finish to the RR skipper’s innings after Samson missed the reverse-sweep and the ball plunged on to the stumps.
Riyan Parag joined Daryl Mitchell within the center and hammered a six straight down the bottom within the 11th over. RR reached their 100-run mark within the 15th over.
Hazlewood and Hasaranga created additional injury with the ball as each – Daryl Mitchell and Shimron Hetmyer had been caught within the deep.
Virat Kohli took a pointy catch within the 18th over to dismiss Trent Boult whereas Prasidh Krishna was run-out by Prabhudessai.
Parag reached his half-century off 29 deliveries and wrapped the innings with a six as RR posted 144-8 on the finish of 20 overs.
Transient Scores: Rajasthan Royals 144/8 (Riyan Parag 56*, Sanju Samson 27; Josh Hazlewood 2-19) beat Royal Challengers Bangalore 115 all out (Faf du Plessis 23, Wanindu Hasaranga 18; Kuldeep Sen 4-20) by 29 runs.