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SRH vs RCB Highlight, IPL 2024: RCB beats SRH by 35 runs

By Akshay - April 26, 2024 12:05 PM

In the 41st match of IPL, Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) by 35 runs. After winning the toss and batting first, RCB scored 206 runs for seven wickets with the help of Virat Kohli's 51 runs and Rajat Patidar's 50 runs. In reply, Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) team could score only 171 runs for 8 wickets. Swapnil Singh, Karn Sharma and Cameron Green took 2-2 wickets for RCB.

SRH vs RCB Highlight, IPL 2024: RCB beats SRH by 35 runs

RCB got this win here this season after 31 days. Before this, it had last defeated Punjab Kings at home on March 25. Now with 4 points, it has come at par with Punjab Kings in terms of points. But in this table it is still at the lowest position, 10th place.

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Talking about the match, star batsman Virat Kohli and captain Faf Duplessis made a good start for Bengaluru, which came to bat first after winning the toss. In the powerplay, RCB had reached close to 50 runs in 4 overs, but captain Duplessis was out on the ball of T Natarajan. In the powerplay he scored 61 runs losing 1 wicket.

Will Jacques once again flopped and could score only 6 runs on 9 balls. When Rajat Patidar came at number 4, Virat changed his role and now he was showing confidence in managing the innings instead of scoring runs quickly. Patidar understood the importance of run rate and started scoring runs rapidly. He targeted Mayank Markandey and pushed SRH on the backfoot by hitting 4 consecutive sixes in an over. This batsman completed his half-century in 19 balls. However, after scoring 50 runs, he became the victim of Jaydev Unadkat on the very next ball.

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Now while trying to score runs fast, Kohli also became the victim of Unadkat. This was the fourth setback for RCB at the score of 140. Mahipal Lomror (7) and Dinesh Karthik (11) kept coming and going but in the last overs, thanks to Cameron Green's unbeaten inning of 37 runs in 20 balls, RCB crossed 200. , run. And set a challenging target of 207 runs for the host team.

Sunrisers lagged behind from the very beginning in front of a big target. He fielded his star batsman Travis Head (1) as an impact substitute but he flopped today and became the victim of Will Jacques in the very first over of the innings. After 3 overs, Abhishek Sharma (31), who was scoring fast, was also out after playing a high shot. His catch was caught by wicketkeeper Dinesh Karthik. He hit 3 fours and 2 sixes in his 13-ball innings. After this, Edin Markram (7) also started walking. He was given out LBW by Swapnil Singh. This was the 5th over of the innings and in this over, Heinrich Klaasen was out while trying to counterattack RCB. This was the fourth setback for Hyderabad in the powerplay.

Even after the powerplay, the Sunrisers team could not control itself and lost 2 more wickets in quick succession. Nitish Reddy (13) and Abdul Samad (10) also could not save the team from pressure. Captain Pat Cummins made a partnership of 39 runs with Shahbaz Ahmed (40*) for the 7th wicket. But Cummins, who scored 31 runs in 15 balls, was dismissed by Green. After Cummins, Green made Bhuvneshwar Kumar (13) his second victim. In this way, Sunrisers could score only 171 runs after losing 8 wickets in the stipulated 20 overs.

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