RCB vs RR Match Report: Second blow to Rajasthan, now Bangalore made them cry at home

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TATA IPL 2023 Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Rajasthan Royals Match Report: This is Bangalore’s fourth win in 7 matches this season. At the same time, Rajasthan has faced its second consecutive defeat.

RCB vs RR Match Report: Second blow to Rajasthan, now Bangalore made them cry at home

Rcb Vs Rr Match Report: Bangalore beat Rajasthan by 7 runs.

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Bengaluru: Royal Challengers Bangalore have strengthened their campaign in IPL 2023 with their second consecutive win. At the Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore registered their fourth win of the season, defeating Rajasthan Royals by a close margin of 7 runs. Glen Maxwell And after the tremendous innings of Faf Duplesey, on the basis of effective bowling of Harshal Patel and David Willey, Bangalore registered this important victory.

Exactly 1450 days later, the return of Virat Kohli to captain RCB in Bengaluru was spectacular. Bangalore got their second consecutive win under the leadership of Kohli, who is taking charge of the team due to Faf Duplesey’s injury.

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Yashasvi-Padikkal handled

This match was also no different for Mohammad Siraj, who has been bowling tremendously in the Powerplay since the beginning of this season. Siraj had reduced the strength of Rajasthan in the very first over. Jos Buttler could not understand the tremendous inswing on the fourth ball of the over and got bowled. Despite this, Yashasvi Jaiswal (47) and Devdutt Padikkal (52) put the team in a strong position.

Both the batsmen thrashed every bowler of Bangalore. Both shared an excellent partnership of 98 runs. Padikkal completed his half-century in 30 balls. As long as both were at the crease, Rajasthan remained in the match. Then within a few balls, both had to see the way to the pavilion.

Harshal made a comeback

Captain Sanju Samson (22) hit some good shots and was taking the team towards victory but Harshal Patel (3/32) dashed Rajasthan’s hopes by taking his wicket. Then Suyash Prabhudesai made Shimron Hetmyer walk on an accurate throw. In the last over, Dhruv Jurail and Ravichandran Ashwin tried hard but the team remained 8 runs away.

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Duplessy-Maxwell rained again

For Virat Kohli, who is captaining Bangalore for the second consecutive match, this match proved to be very bad with the bat. He fell victim to Trent Boult (1/41) on the very first ball of the match. He was dismissed by Bolt for the first time in T20 cricket. Then in the third over, Bolt also dealt with Shahbaz Ahmed. Despite this, Bangalore added 61 runs in the powerplay itself. Faf Duplesey and Glenn Maxwell thrashed every bowler of Rajasthan.

Both shared a century partnership for the third time this season. Maxwell completed his second half-century of this season in just 27 balls. At the same time, Duplessi, who was batting only due to injury, scored his third consecutive half-century in just 31 balls. There was a tremendous partnership of 127 runs in 66 balls between the two.

Strong comeback of Rajasthan

Then as soon as Yashasvi Jaiswal ran out Duplessy (62) with an accurate throw, Bangalore’s pace came to a standstill. Soon Maxwell (77) also fell victim to Ravichandran Ashwin (1/36). After this, Bangalore’s middle and lower order again disappointed. Bangalore scored only 33 runs in the last 5 overs and the team could not touch the figure of 200.

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