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SRH vs RCB Match Highlights: IPL 2024


IPL  •  26 Apr, 2024  •  20,613 Views  •  ⭐ 4.6

Written by Anand Swami


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In an electrifying IPL 2024 clash at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) showcased their class by overcoming Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) with a comprehensive 35-run victory. Opting to bat first, RCB's strategic batting onslaught led them to a formidable total of 206 for 7, courtesy of Virat Kohli's poised half-century and Rajat Patidar's blistering 50 from just 20 balls. Cameron Green’s late fireworks further solidified their position. Facing a challenging target, SRH started their chase but struggled to keep pace, ultimately faltering under the relentless pressure exerted by RCB's sharp bowling attack.

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RCB's Decisive Innings Build-up

Virat Kohli
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Royal Challengers Bengaluru started strongly after choosing to bat first. Virat Kohli anchored the innings with a well-crafted 51 from 43 balls, striking at a rate that balanced aggression with the need to build a foundation. Rajat Patidar provided a spectacular display of hitting, scoring a rapid 50 off just 20 balls, including a flurry of boundaries that dramatically shifted the game's momentum in RCB's favour.

Cameron Green also played a pivotal role towards the end, smashing an unbeaten 37 off 20 balls to propel RCB past the 200-run mark. This strong finish set a challenging target for SRH, underlining the importance of a solid start and a powerful finish in the T20 format.

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SRH's Wobbly Chase

Jaydev Unadkat
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In their chase of 207, Sunrisers Hyderabad struggled from the outset against a disciplined RCB bowling attack. Early wickets fell, putting SRH on the back foot as Jaydev Unadkat led the RCB bowlers with an impressive spell, taking 3 wickets for 30 runs. T Natarajan and Mayank Markande supported him well, taking 2/39 and 1/42 respectively, which added to the pressure on SRH. The Sunrisers could never quite manage the climbing run rate, which was compounded by tight overs and strategic field placements by RCB, ultimately leaving them stranded at 171 for 8.

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