Hyderabad’s defeat near Bangalore

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Sunrisers Hyderabad captain David Warner won the toss and elected to field. Holder-Rashid Khan brought the benefits of his decision. Royal Challengers did not allow Bangalore to score more than 150 runs in the IPL match.

RCB can score 149 runs for 6 wickets in 20 overs under the controlled bowling of Jason Holder and Rashid Khan.

But the success of such great bowling has been overshadowed by the Hyderabad batsmen. Hyderabad ended the allotted 20 overs with only 7 runs away from the target.

That means David Warner & Co. lost in their second match as well. Kohli & Co. left M Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai with a victory of just 7 runs.

Hyderabad lost 6 wickets in the last four overs.

Riddhiman Saha failed to reach the target of 150 runs thrown by RCB. Destroyed 9 balls and made only 1.

He did not understand the pace of Mohammad Siraj. However, in the second match, captain Warner put up some resistance. The 54 runs from this Aussie star’s bat is the personal highest.

Before being out at the pace of Kyle Jamieson, Manish made a partnership of 63 runs with Pandey.

In the 13th over, Warner got out after playing a great inning of 54 runs off 36 balls with 6 boundaries and one six. After that, English star Johnny Bairstow could not accompany Manish for a long time. After scoring 12 off 12 balls, Shahbaz returned to the dressing room.

Manish was dismissed after Shahbaz’s next ball. It ended with 36 runs off 36 balls. After Shahbaz, after two wickets in two balls, Hyderabad went on the back foot. Even if he could return to the match. But Shahbad did not allow that to happen. Abdul Samad was dismissed at the end of the same over. Samad could not open the runbook.

In other words, the score of Hyderabad in the interval of 6 balls went from 115 runs for 2 wickets to 116 runs for 5 wickets. There are no 3 wickets in just 1 run. 16 runs were needed in the last over. The hope of victory is still alive in Hyderabad. Spin all-rounder Rashid Khan at the crease.

Kohli handed over the last to Patel. The tension begins. If the third ball of the over is not given and Rashid hits 4 in it. The tension reached its climax. Because then he had to take only 6 runs from 4 balls.

And Hyderabad missed such a match. Rashid Khan and Nadeem went to take those 6 runs. When Bhubaneswar took 1 run in the last ball, Hyderabad scored 143 runs for 9 wickets. Kohli’s RCB won by 6 runs.

Earlier, RCB captain Virat Kohli played a cameo inning of 33 off 29 balls after losing the toss.

He was bowled out by Jason Holder and returned to the dressing room. After that, Devdut Padikkel was bowled out for 11 and Shahbaz Ahmed for 14, fast bowlers Bhubaneswar Kumar and Shahbaz Nadim respectively.

The most important wicket of RCB was taken by spinner Rashid Khan. Rashid did not allow AB de Villiers to score more than one run in Marquette. Villiers caught Warner off Rashid for 1 off 5 balls.

Rashid’s next victim is spin all-rounder Washington Sundar. He returned to the dressing room after defeating Rashid Khan by 8 balls. Aussie all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has taken the helm in such a situation. He scored 59 runs off 41 balls. Which is the person highest in the first inning.

When Maxwell returned the holder, no one else could stand. RCB managed to score 149 runs for 6 wickets.

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