CricketIPL 2021

Bharat Gave Thrilling Victory To Royal Challengers Bangalore

It was the concurrent match of the 14th of the same for the first time in the league, and Royal Challengers Bangalore faced Delhi Capitals in the second match of the day. Both teams were qualified for the playoffs but it was to showcase the strength of each side. In the last league match, Royal Challengers Bangalore gets a thrilling victory in the last ball of the game and Bharat smashed six in the last ball to seal the game. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out the complete details of the match between Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Delhi Capitals.

Royal Challengers Bangalore won the toss and elected to field first, and Prithvi Shaw as well as Shikhar Dhawan provided a solid start by scoring 48 and 43 runs respectively. But after that, Rishabh Pant was dismissed for 10 while Shreyas Iyer scored just 18 and that reduced the run rate of the team and Delhi finished their innings at 164 runs after 20 overs on the board.

The chasing of the Royal Challengers Bangalore started with a shock as the captain Virat Kohli went back to the pavilion for just 4 runs while the inform Devdutt Padikkal was dismissed without scoring a single run. But the middle order of the Royal Challengers Bangalore showcased a remarkable performance as AB de Villiers scored 26 and Glenn Maxwell showcased an amazing performance by scoring 51 runs from just 33 deliveries.

Having said that, Srikar Bharat presented a thrilling performance by scoring 78 runs from just 52 finished the game in a style by scoring a six in the last bone of the game.

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