Jaiswal scored 77 runs off 43 deliveries to help the home team beat Chennai with ease. The home team won by 32 runs over Chennai Super Kings. Rajasthan Royals have returned to winning ways, and are now at the top of Indian Premier League‘s points table.
RR scored 202/5, riding on a 43-ball 77 from Yashasvi Jaisewal at the peak of the request. Dhruv Juel (34* off 15) and Devdutt Pdikkal (27*off 13) also contributed to the score.
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CSK was limited to 170/6, despite Shivam Dube’s 33-ball 52. They were never able to gain the lead in the chase. Mahendra Singh and his team fell to second as RR defeated them twice in this season.
Jaiswal showed an excellent touch from the start. Jaiswal hit fours off three of Akash’s first four deliveries before hitting fours, a six and two fours in the second over.
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Jos Buttler’s bat performance was not great (27 out of 21). Rajasthan reached 85/0 after eight overs. Tushar Deshpande had already removed Jaiswal (17 off 17) and captain Sanju Samuel.
England’s star opening batsman died in the ninth over. Shimron hetmyer’s cheap fall (8 out of 10) in the next over only exacerbated RR’s situation.
Chennai was strong from the 14th through the 17th over and gave only 28 runs. Jurel, Padikkal, and the rest of the RR team helped RR to come back strong, scoring 49 in their last three overs.
Mahesh theekshana was a master of control and skill (1/24). Matheesha Pathirana a Sri Lankan colleague, however, was a costly 0/48.
CSK’s powerplay score was 42/1, their lowest of the season. Sandeep Sharma, who played a superb defense and allowed only eight runs in just two innings, was largely responsible for the victory.
Ruturaj Gaikwad, the opening batsman, continued his impressive run by scoring a 47-run in 29 balls before Adam Zampa dismissed him in the 10th Over.
R Ashwin’s three-ball bowling of Ajinkya Rahane and Ambati Rahane in the 11th over was a major moment in the match.
CSK was reduced to 73/4 and needed a partner. Shivam Dube (23 from 12) and Moeen Ali provided a quick partnership.
Dube then got his third consecutive 50-years and hit four sixes on his thump, giving CSK a similarity of trust.
RR bowled the last five overs with discipline, and conceded only 45 runs. The target ended up being too big.