Punjab Kings (PBKS) defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) increased 54 times yesterday IPL match at Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai. Placed in a stalemate after losing a shot, Punjab moved up the table to 209 points to nine while Jonny Bairstow (66 points 29) and Liam Livingstone (70 points 42) fumed with the willow. In response, Bangalore kept dropping points steadily and never got in a position to chase the massive totals. They were kept to 155 for nine as Kagiso Rabada shone with three for 21.
Virat Kohli seemed active in the chase and hit some well-timed boundaries as well. In the third game bowling by Harpreet Brar, he jumped off the track and hit a wide six-beat hit. His innings didn’t last long enough. Scoring 20 goals, he made a good short-range serve from Rabada to his short foot. The on-court umpire didn’t raise a finger, but Ultraedge made it clear when the ball went through the glove.
Faf du Plessis (10) also fell early. He dived to track Rishi Dhawan but only delivered a faint blow to the keeper. PBKS must again use DRS to get a decision in their favor. The game was even better for Dhawan when, after hitting a six, Mahipal Lomror (six) hit the next ball straight into the midwicket’s hand, where Dhawan (Shikhar) senior caught the ball.
Rajat Patidar and Glenn Maxwell pursued the bowling match and briefly ignited Bangalore’s hopes of revival. However, neither of them can make a big score. Patidar (26 years old) tried long attack, tried to attack Rahul Chahar. Maxwell’s hit ended at the age of 35 shortly after when he led Brar into the hands of a long-term match. His dismissal put RCB in big trouble at 104th to 5th place.
With 92 needed in the last six passes, Dinesh Karthik had to try to do everything. He perished at 15 minutes in 11, cutting Arshdeep Singh for the dwarf third man. Shahbaz Ahmed also fell on 9 points, clearing the ball slower from Rabada to the back. Only the procedures remain after that.
Bairstow, Half-Century Livingstone Raises PBKS to 209 vs RCB
Bairstow and Livingstone delivered fiery hits as Punjab posted 209 for nine after being put on the bat by Bangalore. Even as RCB continued to chip away with bristles at one end, Bairstow and Livingstone ensured the PBKS finished with an excellent overall score.
Bairstow is in spectacularly successful form. After beating Maxwell by six in the first round, he overcame Josh Hazlewood with two six six and many four legs in the second, which knocked Punjab 22. Shikhar Dhawan also looked in form. but lost his life 21 points 15, got bowed by Maxwell while trying to scan the slogan.
In the final part of the power play, Bairstow knocked out Mohammed Siraj by three or six points. After slamming a long ball over the back of a long ball, he snapped one of his toes to run to 21 fifty-balls. The next ball was smashed through the midwicket as PBKS finished the power play at 83 to one.
Bhanuka Rajapaksa (one) cheaply lost his life with Wanindu Hasaranga, caught in reverse while trying to drive inside out. Bangalore continued to fight back as Bairstow was eliminated by Shahbaz, catching up with the backstop.
Livingstone ensured PBKS regained momentum with some clean hits. However, Skipper Mayank Agarwal’s poor shot continued as he was sent off for 19. The right winger guided a slower ball from Harshal Patel to the point.
Jitesh Sharma (nine) and Harpreet Brar (seven) are also pretty cheap discounts. However, Livingstone beat Hazlewood by two second-half and two-six points in penultimate place at that price of RCB 24.
The Punjab hitter brought home his 50s by dragging a slower ball to the touchline. Then he shot from long distance to six points and reached another maximum by launching a short ball in the back of the square. Harshal won the last two while also having one timeout but the PBKS finished with a stellar total.
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Bairstow scored for Punjab with a spectacular strike. He used four fours and seven sixes in one of his great shots. Livingstone continued his great run with the willow, knocking down a brutal 70.
When it comes to the ball, Rabada excels again. He asked for three for 21, including the massive burns of Kohli and Shahbaz. Rishi Dhawan and Chahar claimed two horns each.
For RCB, Harshal stands out with four 34 dining tables while Hasaranga impresses with two 15 dining tables.
Bairstow was named Man of the Match because of his superb strike.
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