RCB stumble like a pack of cards but bounce back to finally score 174, according to tweets. Against Delhi Capitals, Royal Challengers Bangalore scores 175 runs in the first inning.
The 20th game of the Indian Premier League 2023 took place on April 15 at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium. In Bangalore between the Royal Challengers Bangalore and the Delhi Capitals.
Bangalore entered the batting order after losing the toss. Following a stellar outing with the bat, star Indian batsman Virat Kohli and captain Faf du Plessis. Sought a similar performance against Delhi. In doing so, the 34-year-old Kohli scored his 47th IPL half-century, scoring 50 runs in just 34 deliveries.
Du Plessis, on the other hand, had little effect, scoring only 22 runs in 16 deliveries. Before Mitchell Marsh sent him back to the pavilion. Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell was put in command after the team lost the first few wickets.
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The team was able to tally 174 runs after 20 overs
The 34-year-old, who had a stellar performance in his previous game. Was dismissed after hitting just 24 runs in 14 balls, failing to leave a lasting impact. Bangalore appeared to be on the verge of collapse following Dinesh Karthik’s golden duck. However, the team was able to tally 174 runs after 20 overs thanks to solid performances from Shahbaz Ahmed, Mahipal Lomror, and impact player Anuj Rawat.
Mitchell Marsh did a great job with the ball, taking two wickets and only allowing 18 runs in his two overs of bowling. Together with him, the Indian spinner Kuldeep Yadav struck out twice and conceded 23 runs in four overs, including a maiden.
Axar Patel and Lalit Yadav each took a wicket to increase pressure on an already struggling Bangalore team in addition to Kuldeep and Marsh. Delhi, led by David Warner, would be motivated to record their first victory of the year because they need 175 runs to earn their first two points in IPL 2023.
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