Monday, April 17, 2017

RPS Stun RCB, End Losing Streak

RPS's Ben Stokes was sent back Virat Kohli to the pavilion and MS Dhoni's blundering work behind the stump was turned the match around  them. 

The second clash on Sunday 16th April was expected to be tightly fought contest between Rising Pune Supergiant and Royal Challengers Bangalore at M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore, but as it emerged to be, Rising Pune Supergiant had quite at the end of it, winning the game by 27 runs. RPS were proppled by a Manoj Tiwari blitzkrieg as they rose to 161/8 in their 20 overs. RCB in their chase failed to get going.  

Rising Pune Supergiant were restricted to 161/8 despite starting well against Royal Challengers Bangalore from 127/2 to 130/7, the Steve Smith-led RPS saw a massive collapse in the Indin Premier league (IPL) match. S Aravind and Adam Milne took two wickets each. Adam Milne was missed out from a Hat-Trick in the 18th over of inning, where he took two wickets in a row and third wicket was came for him. However Manoj Tiwari maintained team to rose to 161/ 8 in 20 overs. 

When Royal Challengers Bangalore came out to bat, they got surprise Manjeet Singh was get back to the pavilion without scoring run. Barring Virat Kohli's cameo quickfire at the top, everybody else seemed to find the life difficult here on Chinnaswamy surface. The surface expected to became quicker, but even AB de Villiers found it tough to meet the ball with sweet spot of his bat.

RPS's Ben Stokes was sent back Virat Kohli 28 (19) to the pavilion and MS Dhoni's blundering work behind the stump, which was departs AB de  Villiers that moment turned the match around them. As Kohli and AB de Villier departs, Royal Challengers Bangalore team's inning started toward collapse. They lose their wickets in frustrated manner.

There no partnership came out from any of Royal Challengers Bangalore team's players. And finally they only able to 134/9 in their 20 overs, and lost the game by 27 runs at the end. This is lowest total defended by any visiting team at home venue Bangalore, Rising Pune Supergiant became that team to do so far.
Ben Stokes was became Man of the match for his 3/18 best bowling figure. 

Here some reason for defeat of  Royal Challengers Bangalore.
*162- Lowest total defended by a vising team in Bangalore. 
*First time RPS has successfully defended a total in 10 attempts. 
*Nine wickets taken by RPS is the most ever by them in a match. They have taken eight
-wickets each on five instances. 
*Shane Watson in IPL 2017: 
- Strike Rate: 96.62- Second worst ( Minimum 50 balls) 
-Economy Rate: 10.30 - Third worst (Minimum 10 overs)

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