Rajasthan Royals (Rajasthan Royals) The team has performed brilliantly this season. RCB on Tuesday (Royal Challengers Bangalore) After defeating the team has once again reached the top of the points table. The team has won six out of 8 matches. IPL 2022 (IPL 2022) The impact of important decisions taken for Rajasthan Royals in the mega auction is now visible on its performance. His performance this season shows the consistency he lacked.
The effect of the performance of Rajasthan players, captained by Sanju Samson, is visible not only on the points table but also on the Orange and Purple Cap. Here too Rajasthan is on top. The bowlers of the team have particularly impressed this season. His performance has blown the senses of the rest of the teams, especially the old teams of these bowlers. Rajasthan is now benefiting from the mistake of nine teams in the auction.
Rajasthan got match winner for Rs 11.5 crore
The team of Rajasthan Royals had retained 3 players as captain Sanju Samson, Jos Buttler and Yashasvi Jaiswal. After this, in the auction, he added former RCB star Yuzvendra Chahal and Delhi Capitals’ released R Ashwin. For such experienced bowlers, he did not even have to lighten his purse too much. He spent five crores for R Ashwin and 6.5 crores for Yuzvendra Chahal. For just Rs 11.5 crore, he added two of India’s top bowlers and now both of them together are creating panic in the league.
The spin duo has so far taken 25 wickets for their teams in 8 matches at an economy rate of 7.13. On Tuesday, defending a small target of 145, took three wickets for 40 runs in 8 overs. Due to this, the team of RCB was reduced to only 114 runs. Seeing the performance of Chahal and Ashwin, of course, RCB and Delhi team are very sorry.
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Important win for Rajasthan
Riyan Parag’s unbeaten half-century and fine fielding and Kuldeep Sen’s four-wicket haul helped Rajasthan Royals beat Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) by 29 runs in the Indian Premier League (IPL) on Tuesday to break a series of losses against their rivals. . After losing the toss, Rajasthan could manage only 144 runs for eight wickets despite Parag’s unbeaten half-century. However, this score also became a mountain for RCB and their team was reduced to 115 runs in 19.3 overs.