IPL RCB vs DC Dinesh Karthik wants to make a return in team India | RCB vs DC: Veteran wants to return to Team India at the age of retirement, wreaks havoc in IPL

IPL 2022, RCB vs DC: In the 27th match of IPL 2022, Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) defeated Delhi Capitals (DC) by 16 runs. The hero of this victory was veteran wicket-keeper batsman Dinesh Karthik. Karthik played an excellent innings of 66 not out off 34 balls against Delhi. During this he hit 5 fours and only 5 long sixes. Karthik has also given a big statement after the match.

Want to return to Team India

Wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik said here on Saturday that he wants to do something special for the country and hence is trying his best to make a comeback in the Indian team. Karthik, who was the hero of the 16-run victory over Delhi Capitals, said after the match, ‘I have set big goals. I am working really hard to achieve them. Man of the match Karthik said, ‘My aim is to do something special for the country. This is part of my journey. I am doing everything possible to be a part of the Indian team. It’s nice to know that people consider me cool.

RCB did wonders

RCB captain Faf du Plessis also credited Karthik and Shahbaz Ahmed for the victory, who made an unbroken partnership of 97 runs in the end. Karthik scored an unbeaten 66 and Shahbaz scored an unbeaten 32. Apart from these, Glenn Maxwell played an innings of 55 runs, due to which RCB scored 189 runs for five wickets despite the top order faltering. Du Plessis said after the match, ‘It is important for the top order that we contribute by scoring runs. Our top order didn’t work out but other batsmen contributed.

Du Plessis praises Karthik

Du Plessis said, ‘It was difficult to bat in the beginning but the way Maxwell put the pressure back on him was important. But a special innings was required to reach 190 and the credit goes to the two players Shahbaz and Dinesh Karthik. Despite David Warner’s 66, Delhi Capitals could only manage 173 runs for 7 wickets while chasing a target of 190 runs.

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