IPL 2020, SRH vs RCB: Yuzvendra Chahal-inspired RCB Trump SRH by 10 runs in Dubai
At Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in Dubai, Yuzvendra Chahal took two wickets, dismissing Johnny Bairstow (61 for 43) and Vijay Shankar (0), followed by young bowler Priyam Garg (12). ) And Abhishek Sharma (7) gave an easy chase for the 2016 Champions and gave Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) a 10-run win in Match 3 of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 on 21 September. RCB were eliminated from the match when Bairstow and Manish Pandey (34) added 71 runs for the second wicket. However, 8/32 – 121/2 to 153 all out – Sunrisers were dismissed in the 20th over in the last five overs.
Opener Bairstow attacked RCB after David Warner (6) was dismissed on a non-striker straight drive, as the ball fell to the stumps after Bairstow’s straight ball hit Umesh Yadav’s hands.
The Englishman took a special liking to Yadav as Pesar wandered along his lines and was taken to the boundaries behind the fours on the leg side and hit a ramp shot for six over the fine leg.
Manish also took Umesh for back-to-back fours in the powerplay and Washington Sundar after he relaxed the field ban for 91m6.
Bairstow found luck along the way, however, when he was dropped by Navdeep Saini on the cover of Aaron Finch and then Dale Steyn threw to the wide midwicket boundary, who could not pick up the ball from Dubai’s night sky.
The right-hander scored his 50 out of 14 in the IPL.Th Over and SRH hovering at 121/2, Kohli had to bring Steyn back in 15Th As the last throw of the dice. The move did not work but Chahal became a game-changer in the next over.
He bowled Bairstow as the latter looked to pull a ball that was not twisted and left low, and on the very next ball, the Willie leg-spinner tied Shankar with a googly that passed through the gate.
Earlier, AB de Villiers (51 for 30) held the lead for RCB with a fluid knock as he scored 163/5. He took his time in the beginning but with the start of the death overs, De Villiers expressed his full fury, hitting Sandeep Sharma for back-to-back sixes at 19.Th Over Bhuvneshwar Kumar for a boundary over the bowler’s head.
But Kumar took things back in the final overs after conceding just three more runs after De Villiers’ four off the first ball, as well as helping to get two runs out – de Villiers and Shivam Dubey – as batsmen in attempts to score extra runs. bad.
RCB got off to a brilliant start by Devdutt Padikkal (56) and Aaron Finch (29) as the openers added 90 runs in 11 overs for the first wicket.
Padakkal was caught by Vijay Shankar before Finch was trapped lbw by a straight ball from Abhishek Sharma.
Kohli (14) did not survive when he failed to clear the boundary of midwicket off a slow ball from T Natarajan and dismissed Rashid Khan.
RCB also forced Rashid to do well at wicketkeeping (0/31), as Hyderabad lacked a bowler, which led to Mitchell Marsh returning after four balls due to an ankle injury.
Marsh came out to bat in the fall of the eighth wicket but he was dismissed on the very first ball. He closed the field in the company of team physio.