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By PIYUSH SETH 2,838 views

With The Victory Over RCB, Rajasthan Royals Made It To The Last Four

Under the leadership of Sanju Samson, The Rajasthan Royals make themselves secure in IPL’s top 4 teams. They made it to the top this year after defeating Royal Challengers Bangalore by 29 runs in the match played on 26th Apr 2022 in  Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune.

Sanju Samson’s batsmanship was not very impressive, as he only scored 27 runs off 21 balls, but his captaincy has demonstrated that he is a man of his words. He has an exceptional ability to lead his squad under pressure. He overcame Punjab Kings and other teams on the list beneath breaking RCB.

Rajasthan Royals got off to a poor start, losing wickets after the wicket, but Riyan Parag kept them in the game by smashing an unbeaten 56 off 31 balls, striking three fours, and four sixes in the match.

RR’s bowling was quite fascinating as Kuldeep Sen hit 4 wickets in just 3.3 overs at a cost of 20 runs, and Ashwin hit 3 wickets in 4 overs at a cost of just 17 runs. Prasidh Krishna also hit 2 wickets in 4 overs.

While Bangalore also started their inning poorly, the former captain of Indian Cricket team Virat Kohli lost his wicket at just 9 runs, followed by captain Faf du Plessis, at 23 runs Rajat on 16, and Glenn Maxwell at 0. RCB is out of form as always, they have never made it in the history of IPL. 

But the bowlers tried to give better performance as Hazlewood hit 2 wickets in 4 overs and one completely maiden over, W Hasaranga and Siraj hit 2 wickets in 4 overs, and Harshal Patel hit 1 wicket.

Followers are berating RCB for their loss because they never made it to the end in the history of IPL, while other irrational fans continue to cheer on the squad.

Piyush Seth

I’m an enthusiastic sports fan. Apart from being a sportsperson, I’m passionate about sharing expertise in sports like cricket, football, hockey, volleyball, etc.

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