Rajasthan did this big blunder in the last 5 overs, which changed the course of the match. Hindi News


IPL 2022, RR vs DC: Delhi Capitals (DC) defeated Rajasthan Royals (RR) by 8 wickets in the IPL match played on Wednesday. In this match, Rajasthan Royals (RR) made such a blunder, due to which the match got out of their hands.

Rajasthan did this big blunder in the last 5 overs

Rajasthan Royals had lost 4 wickets in the last 5 overs of their innings while batting, due to which Rajasthan had to face defeat and Delhi won the match by 8 wickets. Rajasthan Royals lost the wicket of Jos Buttler on the score of 11. Ravichandran Ashwin, who came at number three after Butler, handled the innings. However, Jaiswal also got caught by Lalit Yadav in the over of bowler Marsh.

Ashwin was caught by Warner after scoring 50 runs.

With Ashwin at the other end, the team was expecting the score to increase. At the same time, after Jaiswal’s dismissal, Devdutt Padikkal took the lead and carried on with the third batsman. There was a 53-run partnership between the two batsmen for the fourth wicket. Ashwin completed his half-century in 38 balls with the help of two sixes and four fours. Ashwin made 50 runs and was caught by Warner in Marsh’s over.

Samson too could not show his stamina

Rajasthan team lost two wickets in the powerplay. After which both the batsmen carried forward the team’s score with great style. After Ashwin’s dismissal, captain Samson also could not show his stamina and the bowler was dismissed after scoring six runs in Nortje’s over.

Padikkal misses out on his half-century

Riyan Parag, who came to the crease after him, could not bat for long and the pavilion went back on the score of 9. After Parag, Padikkal missed his half-century and scored 48 runs in 30 balls with the help of two sixes and four fours.

Rajasthan bowlers failed

Rassi van der Dussen and Trent Boult could only manage 14 runs in the last two overs. In 20 overs, Rajasthan could score only 160 runs for the loss of six wickets and gave a target of 161 runs to Delhi. Delhi easily crossed the target, but during this time the Rajasthan bowlers failed to put pressure on the batsmen and lost the match by eight wickets.

Marsh and Warner turn the stakes

The 144-run partnership for the second wicket between Delhi batsman Mitchell Marsh and Warner was enough to win the team, in which Marsh missed his century and played a brilliant innings of 89 runs. After Marsh’s dismissal, Pant hit two sixes in Chahal’s over as soon as he came and took the match to the end.

(Input – IANS)



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