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Great entry for RCB in the playoffs… Captured the fourth position, turned the tables in the last over.


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Batting first, RCB scored 218 runs for 5 wickets. RCB captain Faf du Plessis played an inning of 54 runs. CSK lost the wicket of Captain Gaikwad on the very first ball.

New Delhi. Royal Challengers Bangalore has entered the IPL playoffs by winning 6 consecutive matches. RCB won the playoff ticket by finishing fourth by defeating Chennai Super Kings by 27 runs in the do-or-die match of IPL. In this high-scoring match played at M Chinnaswamy Stadium, RCB batsmen made big scores. After this, the bowlers forced CSK to defeat by taking wickets at regular intervals. RCB has 14 points in 14 matches and has overtaken CSK to reach fourth place in the points table. After the defeat, CSK’s dream of reaching the playoffs for the 11th time was shattered. Yash Dayal turned the tables in the last over.

CSK had a very bad start while chasing the target of 219 runs. Team Chennai, captained by Ruturaj Gaikwad, could score only 191 runs for 7 wickets. Gaikwad was caught by Yash Dayal by Glenn Maxwell on the very first ball of the over and sent to the pavilion. Rutraj could not even open an account. Yash Dayal sent Daryl Mitchell to the pavilion on a personal score of 4 runs. Ajinkya Rahane was out after scoring 33 runs in 22 balls. Rachin Ravindra returned to the pavilion after scoring 61 runs on 37 balls. Shivam Dubey was out after scoring 7 runs in 15 balls. Mitchell Santner also returned to the pavilion cheaply. Siraj got him caught by Du Plessis on 3 runs.

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Entry of number 18 again in RCB vs CSK match, play stopped after eighteen balls, rain caused disturbance.

RCB scored 218 runs
Earlier, due to the brilliant performance of the top order led by captain Faf du Plessis (54 runs), RCB scored 218 runs for 5 wickets. Apart from Du Plessis (39 balls, three fours, three sixes), Virat Kohli (47 runs, 29 balls), Rajat Patidar (41 runs, 23 balls) and Cameron Green (38 not out, 17 balls) contributed to the strong score of the host team. has contributed. Openers Kohli and Duplessis had made a good start and scored 31 runs without any loss, when the game had to be stopped for 40 minutes due to rain.

RCB scored 42 runs in powerplay
After the rain break, CSK employed spinners and the ball started turning due to which the batsmen found it difficult to score runs quickly. RCB scored 42 runs without any loss in the powerplay. With the dismissal of Kohli, RCB’s score became 78 runs for one wicket in 10 overs, who hit two more sixes before being caught by Daryl Mitchell off Santner’s ball. Du Plessis scored 20 runs with the help of one four and two sixes in the third over of Ravindra Jadeja (40 runs in three overs) and then completed his half-century in 35 balls.

Du Plessis was run out in the 13th over.
Rajat Patidar (41) hit a six on Mahish Tishna. But luck did not favor him and Duplessis was run out in the 13th over. But Patidar continued his aggression and hit a four and a six on Simarjeet Singh. While Shardul Thakur gave away 17 runs, Green completed the team’s 150 runs by hitting a six on Longan. Gaikwad gave life to Green and Patidar continued to apply pressure and hit two sixes on Deshpande. After this, Green continuously hit sixes on Thakur. Thakur got Patidar caught out. Dinesh Karthik (14) and Glenn Maxwell (16) played brilliantly and helped in increasing the score.

tag: Chennai Super Kings, faf du plessis, ipl 2024, rcb vs csk, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Virat Kohli

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