RR vs KXIP LIVE: Rajasthan Beat Punjab by Four Wickets, Tewatia Smashes 5 Sixes in a over of Sheldon Cottrell

RR vs KXIP LIVE Punjab Gave Rajasthan the Target of 224 Runs of the Season
  • Mayank second Indian to score fastest century, also has the third largest opening partnership

RR vs KXIP LIVE: In the 9th match of 13th season of IPL, Rajasthan Royals defeated Kings XI Punjab by 4 wickets. Batting after losing the toss, Punjab had given a target of 224 runs. Which Rajasthan won by 4 wickets with 3 balls left. The heroes of victory were Sanju Samson and Rahul Tewatia. Sanju scored 85 runs off 42 balls. At the same time, Tewatia scored 53 runs from 31 balls. He hit 5 sixes in an over from Sheldon Cottrell.

Teotia scored 8 runs off the first 19 balls, followed by 45 for 12.

Rahul Tewatia had a very slow start. He scored only 8 runs on the opening 19 balls. Tewatia then played a blistering innings, scoring 45 runs off the next 12 balls. It also includes 7 sixes.

RR vs KXIP LIVE Rajasthan Beat Punjab by Four Wickets

The Highest 5 Runs Scored in the Last 5 Overs of the Innings

For the first time in IPL history, 86 runs have been scored in the last 5 overs of an innings. Rajasthan scored this on 37 balls. Earlier in 2012, Chennai Super Kings scored 77 against Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Samson completes 100 sixes in IPL

Rajasthan wicket-keeper batsman Sanju Samson completed 100 sixes in the IPL. He is the 19th player to do so. Talking about Indian players, in this case they come at number 11. Chris Gayle (326) holds the record for most sixes.

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Mayank second Indian to score fastest century after Yusuf

Mayank Agarwal hit a brilliant century off 45 balls. This is the second fastest century by any Indian. Mayank (106) also had the league’s third-highest 183-run opening partnership with captain Lokesh Rahul (69). Punjab scored 223 for 2 wickets. Nicholas Pooran scored 25 off 8 balls and Glenn Maxwell scored 13 runs off 9 balls. Punjab’s innings totaled 11 sixes. Ankit Rajput and Tom Karan got 1-1 wickets from Rajasthan.

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Mayank second Indian to score fastest century

Punjab opener Mayank completed his first century off 45 balls in the match. In this way, he has become the second Indian to score the fastest century. This record is in the name of Yusuf Pathan, who scored a century against 37 balls against Mumbai in 2010. Chris Gayle topped overall, scoring a 30-ball century against Pune in 2013.

The third largest opening partnership in IPL history

Opener Rahul and Mayank shared an 183-run partnership in the match. It is the third largest opening partnership in the IPL. Earlier in 2019, Hyderabad captain David Warner and Johnny Bairstow had the biggest opening partnership of 185 runs against Bengaluru. KKR’s Gautam Gambhir and Chris Lynn are second in this list. He shared a 184-run partnership against Gujarat in 2017. RR vs KXIP Live

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Miller and Yashswi have no chance in Rajasthan

Two changes have been made in the Rajasthan team. Yashasvi Jaiswal and David Miller were dropped and Jose Butler and Ankit Rajput were included in the squad. Apart from Captain Smith in Rajasthan, Jose Butler, Tom Karan and Jofra Archer are the foreign players. Nicholas Pooran, Glenn Maxwell, Jimmy Neesham and Sheldon Cottrell are the foreign players in Punjab. Chris Gayle did not get a chance in the team.

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Both Teams Playing XI

Rajasthan: Jose Butler, Steve Smith (captain), Sanju Samson (wicketkeeper), Robin Uthappa, Rahul Tewatia, Ryan Parag, Tom Karan, Jofra Archer, Shreyas Gopal, Jaydev Unadkat and Ankit Rajput.

Punjab: Mayank Agarwal, Lokesh Rahul (captain and wicketkeeper), Nicholas Pooran, Glenn Maxwell, Karun Nair, Sarfraz Khan, Jimmy Neesham, Murugan Ashwin, Ravi Bishnoi, Mohammed Shami and Sheldon Cottrell.

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