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Yesterday Day IPL Match: RCB Vs SRH at home on April 15. The highest score of IPL was made in this match.

Yesterday IPL Match

Yesterday IPL Match: Sunrisers Hyderabad captain Pat Cummins congratulates Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Faf du Plessis after winning the Yesterday IPL Match 2024 cricket match against Royal Challengers Bangalore at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru on Monday, 2024, 15th April.

Yesterday IPL Match: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) take on Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) at home on April 15. Coming off one win in five matches, Bengaluru won the toss and elected to bowl first.

It was a ruthless T20 batting attack from the start. Abhishek Sharma and Travis Head of Hyderabad made a partnership of 100 runs. Head was in a very bad mood as he thrashed the RCB bowlers and did not let them survive. When Abhishek was out after scoring 34 runs in 22 balls, SRH’s score was 108/1 in 8.1 overs. Reece Topley gave the first success to RCB.

But, it hardly made any difference as Travis continued to be a “headache” for the Bengaluru bowlers. He hit the most sixes in an IPL innings (8) and became the fastest to score 100 runs in IPL 2024. His century in 39 balls now stands as the fourth highest score in IPL history after Chris Gayle (30 balls), Yusuf Pathan (37 balls) and David Miller (38 balls).

Head (102 off 41 balls) was dismissed by Lockie Ferguson, but there was no respite for RCB as Heinrich Klaasen came to bat next and finished what Travis had started. He scored 67 runs in 31 balls with the help of two fours and seven sixes before being dismissed by Ferguson.

Aiden Markram (32 off 17 balls) and Abdul Samad (37 off 10 balls) helped SRH surpass their record score of 277/3 as Hyderabad posted 287/3, the highest score in IPL history. This was the second top score in T20 cricket. Nepal’s 314/3 against Mongolia is still the highest.

RCB looked positive in their batting as Virat Kohli and Faf du Plessis gave the team a fast start. When Kohli was looking dangerous after scoring 42 runs in 20 balls, Mayank Markandey clean bowled him. RCB’s score was 80/1 in 6.2 overs. Will Jack (7 runs off 4 balls) was unlucky to be run out as Faf’s straight drive took the fingers of Jaydev Unadkat and hit the stump at the non-striker’s end.

RCB made a great start under the leadership of Virat Kohli and Faf du Plessis. Kohli was in great form and scored 42 runs in just 20 balls. But the twist came when Mayank Markandey managed to clean bowl him. At that time, RCB’s score was 80/1 in just 6.2 overs.Sadly, Will Jacks luck was not that good and he was unfortunately run out. Faf’s powerful shot grazed Jaydev Unadkat’s fingers and hit the stumps at the non-striker’s end, leaving Jack just short of the crease.

Rajat Patidar got off to a blazing start, hitting a six and showing real determination, but unfortunately, he couldn’t last long and was out after scoring just 9 runs off 5 balls. Captain Faf, on the other hand, kept the momentum going by sending the ball over the ropes. However, his SRH counterpart, Pat Cummins, managed to get the better of him, sending Faf back to the pavilion after a solid innings of 62 runs off 38 balls. Trouble continued for RCB as Sourav Chauhan was out for a golden duck, further adding to their troubles.

Despite the heroic efforts of Dinesh Karthik, who played a brilliant inning of 83 runs off just 35 balls, RCB lost in the end. Sadly, DK did not get much support from his peers. Despite their best efforts, RCB could only score 262/7 in their 20 overs and eventually lost the match by 25 runs. This defeat indicates they are still at the bottom of the points table and face a tough battle in the tournament.

Yesterday IPL Match: Man of the Match

Travis Head’s record-breaking century earned him the Player of the Match award. After all, they had snatched away the Men in Blue’s hopes of a World Cup trophy last year.

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