New Delhi. In IPL 2021 (IPL 2021), an important match was played between Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals (CSK vs RR) in Abu Dhabi on Saturday. Rajasthan won this match by 7 wickets. Batting first, Chennai scored 189 runs for the loss of 4 wickets. In reply, Rajasthan achieved the target of 190 runs in 17.3 overs for the loss of only 3 wickets. In this match, every bowler of Chennai was beaten up fiercely. It also includes Sam Curran.
The left-arm bowler conceded 55 runs in his 4 overs at an economy rate of over 13. Karen did not get a single wicket. Overall, for this England all-rounder, except for one incident in this match, nothing was worth remembering.
In the match, most of Karen’s balls went beyond the boundary. But one of his balls put a line of memes on Twitter. Seeing this ball, not only the players or fans, but also the umpires and commentators could not stop their laughter. Actually, Rajasthan was moving towards victory and Karen came to bowl the 17th over. He bowled the first ball well. But Karen lost his grip on the ball while throwing the second ball and instead of falling on the pitch, the ball went up. Glenn Phillips was on strike at that time.
Phillips ran behind the wicket to hit the shot.
When he saw that the ball was going straight behind the wicket, he ran behind the wicket to hit it. But the ball still did not catch him and eventually went to MS Dhoni.
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Rajasthan has 2 league matches left
The umpire then signaled a no-ball and Rajasthan got a free hit. Phillips took full advantage of this and hit a big four on the free hit. Phillips also hit a six on the last ball of this over of Karen. Phillips gave victory to Rajasthan by taking 1 run on the third ball of the next over. Phillips remained unbeaten on 14 off 8 balls. With this win, Rajasthan Royals’ hopes of reaching the playoffs got stronger. The team now has 2 more league matches left. If Rajasthan is successful in winning both the matches, then they will also have a chance to reach the last 4.