KKR’s leading scorer Jason Roy finished with 56 runs off 29 deliveries.
During the 36th game of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023. In which his team faced Royal Challengers Bangalore at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. Kolkata Knight Riders batter Jason Roy fined 10% of his match money for breaking the IPL Code of Conduct.
Roy accepted the Level 1 offense in line with IPL Code of Conduct Article 2.2. For Level 1 Code of Conduct offenses, the Match Referee’s judgment is consider final and binding. The IPL Code of Conduct, Article 2.2. refers to a player’s action or behavior that is not in conformity with the spirit of the game.
In the game, Roy hit a 29-ball 56 to start the innings for KKR after being assign to bat first. Roy caused havoc on the field, leaving the RCB bowlers in awe of his ability. He was a key factor in KKR’s triumph, which saw the team return to winning ways after four straight losses.
Roy and N Jagadeesan scored a big percentage of the runs in an 83-run opening stand. Giving his team a flying start. After being sent out by Vijaykumar Vyshak in the 10th over. Skipper Nitish Rana and Venkatesh Iyer put on an 80-run partnership. Rana finish two runs short of a half-century, but his 21-ball 48 set up KKR for a big total.
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The heroics of David Wiese and Rinku Singh allowed KKR to score 200 runs in the allotted 20 overs. Except for Virat Kohli, none of the RCB batters could record a significant score despite a strong start. Despite being in great form, Faf du Plessis was unable to turn his start into a huge century, while Glenn Maxwell also had trouble. The RCB suffered a 21-run loss as their middle order continued to struggle and the batters were unable to reach 201 runs.