new Delhi: In the fifth match of IPL 2022, Rajasthan Royals defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad. Batting first, Rajasthan has scored 210 runs in this match. None of the Hyderabad bowlers could show their best in the match. At the same time, a ball from Bhuvneshwar Kumar became such that he became the biggest villain for Hyderabad.
Bhuvneshwar became the villain because of this ball
Jos Buttler got a lot of luck in the match played between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Rajasthan Royals. Bhuvneshwar Kumar did the first over for Hyderabad. He put pressure on Jos Buttler at the very beginning of the innings and did not openly allow strokes. Bhuvneshwar Kumar showed Butler the way to the pavilion in his very first over, but then the umpire signaled a no ball and Butler survived.
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This is how Butler got life
Bhuvneshwar Kumar bowled the first four balls of his first over very dangerously, on which Butler could not score any runs. Seeing his rhythm, it seemed that Bhuvneshwar was in the mood to do something different in the match today, but on the fifth ball he became a villain for Hyderabad. Jos Buttler hit a brilliant shot on the fifth ball, on which Abdul Samad took a brilliant catch. Jos Buttler was going to the pavilion without opening the account when the umpire signaled the no ball and Bhuvneshwar Kumar became the villain. Bhuvneshwar Kumar took 1 wicket for 29 runs in his quota of four overs.
Rajasthan won the match by 61 runs
Players of Rajasthan Royals bowled and batted brilliantly in the match. Famous Krishna took 3 wickets in the match while bowling lethally. No batsman of Hyderabad could stand before him and the entire Hyderabad team could score only 149 runs in 20 overs. Batting first, Rajasthan Royals scored 210 runs. Sanju Samson played the biggest innings for Rajasthan. He scored 55 runs in 27 balls. Apart from him, Josh Butler has scored 35 runs in 28 balls. Yashasvi Jaiswal contributed 20 runs. Apart from this, Devdutt Paddikal scored 41 runs in 29 balls. Shimron Hetmyer scored 32 runs in 13 balls, which included three long sixes. With the help of these batsmen, Rajasthan scored a score as big as a mountain. No bowler was able to show amazing for Hyderabad.