A very exciting match was played between Rajasthan and Punjab in IPL-2021 Phase-2 on Tuesday. Punjab Kings needed 4 runs in the last over of the match, but the team could score only 1 run and lost the match by 2 runs. In the match, 20-year-old young fast bowler Karthik Tyagi emerged as the hero. In the last over, he gave RR a memorable victory while bowling charismatic.
The full thrill of the last over
Punjab needed only four runs in the last over and the team had 8 wickets left. Aiden Markram and Nicholas Pooran were batting for the team and the responsibility of bowling was on the shoulders of 20-year-old Karthik Tyagi.
Punjab had a target of 186
In the match, RR, batting first after losing the toss, scored 185 runs and set a target of 186 runs in front of Punjab. Looking at the way Punjab had chased the target, the team’s easy victory was considered certain, but this did not happen and the team lost in the last over.
Rahul completed 3 thousand runs
Punjab Kings captain KL Rahul has become the second and first player from India to score the fastest 3,000 runs in IPL. He made this record in 80 innings. Before Rahul comes the name of Chris Gayle who scored 3,000 runs in 75 innings.
This record was made in IPL for the first time
Rahul was dismissed for 49 runs off 33 balls. His wicket went to Chetan Sakariya’s account. Earlier, RR had dropped 3 easy catches by the Punjab captain. In the same match, RR opener Yashasvi Jaiswal was also dismissed for 49. This is the first time in IPL that two players have returned to the pavilion on a score of 49.
After the wicket of Lokesh Rahul, Mayank Agarwal also could not continue his innings and was dismissed for 67 runs in 43 balls. Before getting out, Mayank completed his two thousand runs in the IPL.
Arshdeep got 5 wickets
RR scored 185 runs in 20 overs. At one point, the team was moving towards a big score, but in the last four overs, the team could score only 21 runs and were all-out. Punjab Kings’ young fast bowler Arshdeep Singh took 5 wickets for 32 runs. He became the third bowler to take five wickets in a match for PBKS.
Lomror’s stormy innings
Mahipal Lomror scored 24 runs against Deepak Hooda in the 16th over of RR’s innings with the help of two sixes and two fours. Arshdeep Singh put the brake on Lomror’s innings and he returned to the pavilion after scoring 43 runs in just 17 balls. Batting with a strike rate of 252.94, Lomror hit two fours and four sixes.
RR’s first wicket fell as Lewis
In the fourth over of the match, Evin Lewis hit four fours one after the other against Ishan Porel. He was looking aggressive, but Arshdeep Singh got him out and gave Punjab the first success. The second blow to RR came in the form of captain Sanju Samson (4). His wicket came in the account of debutant Ishaan Porel. Jaiswal and Liam Livingstone then added 48 runs for the third wicket. This partnership was broken by Arshdeep Singh and Livingstone returned to the pavilion at 25. Boundary line Fabian Allen takes a brilliant catch from Livingstone.
Jaiswal missed half-century
Yashasvi Jaiswal played a brilliant inning of 49 runs in 36 balls. Jaiswal may have missed his maiden IPL half-century, but he impressed everyone with his batting. He hit 6 fours and 2 sixes in his innings. His wicket came in Harpreet Brar’s account. Shami bowled Rahul Tewatia (2) and showed him the way out of the field.
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