Royal Challengers Bangalore defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad by 67 runs in match 54 of IPL 2022 played at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. This is RCB’s seventh win this season. At the same time, this is Hyderabad’s sixth loss. The mysterious spinner Wanindu Hasaranga was the hero of this RCB victory. He took five wickets for 18 runs in 4 overs with a maiden.
Royal Challengers Bangalore scored 192 runs for 3 wickets in 20 overs after playing first. In response, Sunrisers Hyderabad scored 125 runs from 19.2 overs. Rahul Tripathi scored the highest 58 runs for Sunrisers Hyderabad but no one supported him. Four Hyderabad players were sacked for zero.
Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in the IPL 2022 match played at Wankhede Stadium here on Sunday due to lethal bowling by Wanindu Hasaranga (5/18) and brilliant batting by captain Faf du Plessis ( 73 no out) was beaten by 67 runs. In response to Bangalore’s 192 runs, Hyderabad received 125 runs in 19.2 overs. Rahul Tripathi (58) and Aiden Markram (21) scored the most runs for the team. Wanindu Hasaranga took five hits from Bangalore. At the same time, José Hazlewood took two pieces of land. Glenn Maxwell and Harshal Patel each took a piece of land.
Chasing down the goal, Hyderabad had two setbacks in the first over, where Maxwell dropped Abhishek Sharma (0). At the same time, captain Kane Williamson was unlucky, as he was left without playing the ball. Following this, Rahul Tripathi and Aiden Markram added 36 runs for the loss of two wickets on the power play. But in the ninth over, Markram (21) was caught by Virat Kohli on a ball from Hasranga, ending the 50-run partnership between him and Tripathi on 45 balls.
Nicholas Pooran, who came in at number five along with Tripathi, batted with great intensity, taking the team’s score to 89 for three after 12 overs. But it still took 104 runs to win. After this, the wickets continued to fall at 13 after Hasranga sacked Pooran (19).
At the other end, Tripathi completed his half-century in 32 balls, scoring runs. But Hansarga sent Suchit (2) to the pavilion. In the next over Hazlewood sacked Tripathi (58) and Karthik Tyagi (0) as Hyderabad added 114 runs for the loss of seven wickets in 15.5 overs, still needing 79 runs to win.
Following this, in the 17th, Hasranga took five wickets by dismissing Shashank Singh (8) and Umran Malik (0) in successive deliveries. Harshal, who came to throw the 20, fired Bhuvneshwar (8) and outscored Hyderabad with 125 runs, as Bangalore recorded a big win by 67 runs. This is Bangalore’s seventh win of the season.
Earlier, choosing to bat after winning the toss, Bangalore suffered a setback in the form of starter Virat Kohli on the first ball of the match, when he was caught off Suchit’s ball without opening a count. Meanwhile, captain Faf du Plessis and Rajat Patidar batted brilliantly and added 47 runs for a wicket loss on the power play.
Following this, Captain du Plessis completed his fifty in 34 balls by hitting a four. But in the 13th over, Patidar (48) was left out with the ball from Suchit. At the same time, the partnership of 105 runs on 73 balls between him and the captain also came to an end.
In the closing overs, the Hyderabad bowlers tried to come back, where both batsmen were seen struggling to score runs. Tyagi, who came to pitch the 19th, walked Maxwell (33). With this, the partnership of 54 runs on 37 balls between captain du Plessis and Maxwell came to an end.
Karthik hit three straight sixes and a four off the balls of Farooqui, who came to bowl the last over of the match, taking Bangalore’s score to 192 runs for the loss of three wickets. Captain du Plessis remained unbeaten with 73 runs from 50 balls and Karthik scored 30 runs from 8 balls. Jagdish Suchit took two pieces of land for Hyderabad. At the same time, Karthik Tyagi took a piece of land.