Live Cricket Score – RCB vs CSK, Match 49, IPL 2022 | cricbuzz.com

Both Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja have endured a very quiet season so far

A game in which there are many ups and downs with both exchanging profits at several points. Conway’s knock had put the defending champion in good stead, even when wickets were falling all around him. But once he fell, RCB started to creep back and then there was some quality death-bowling on the show as Faf’s men broke a three-match losing streak. For CSK, this defeat more or less puts them out of the race for the playoffs, although there is still a mathematical possibility.

RCB make a spectacular comeback and gear up to register a win

With 56 needed from 30 balls, the game looked to be in CSK’s territory but the move to catch Harshal back for the death overs proved to be a crucial tactical masterstroke from RCB. Hazlewood provided the ideal foil with precise lines and lengths.

happy on money

No one is stopping Harshal Patel. He also dismissed Moeen Ali slowly. Favorable conditions for the enthusiastic cricketer. CSK in trouble ahead

Hazlewood nodded to the top of Dhoni’s head, and by then the result seemed more or less a premonition.

makes an impact

Harshal again tricks for RCB! He dismissed Jadeja with a decently slow one. CSK are five down and will need to score around 12-13 per over from here on out.

Big success from Hasranga

Well set Conway falls after playing the dominant hand. His go-to stroke, the sweep, eventually leads to his downfall. The idea was right, but they got it wrong and found a deep backward class footing to perfection. This strike gives the game big time.

consecutive half-centuries for Conway

High on intention from the start, the New Zealand southpaw has controlled the innings well with his balanced approach, ensuring that the scoring rate doesn’t drop even when wickets fall. He would like to bat deep in the innings.

Maxwell his second

Clever bowling as he crams Rayudu with a round-the-wicket angle. It’s also a poor shot, trying to cut against the delivery that strikes the stumps. He misses, Maxwell hits.

Easy dismissal for Uthappa

Second ball strike for Maxwell and he dismissed one of CSK’s leading spin-hitters in the form of Robin Uthappa. A nothing ball, in fact, slipping to one side and a fraction short, Uthappa bites hard but can’t keep it down. straight to the point backward.

Shahbaz broke the opening stand

Like the dismissal of Faf in RCB’s innings, the opening stand is broken through a loose half-tracker. Ruturaj completely misses the pull and it is a sharp diving catch at long-on. Very important strike for RCB.

Careful start to CSK openers

Devon Conway and Ruturaj Gaikwad have both played the ball on merit so far, respecting checked deliveries and shoveling anything away. It was the same blueprint that he used in his previous game against SRH.

A competitive total for RCB in the end. He started off with a bang in the powerplay, through some edges at the start, but Faf then found his groove a bit of a blast. However, the dry surface aided the spin and that is usually what CSK and Dhoni enjoy. His spin trio unfolded at different stages to ensure that the score did not completely go out of hand. Patidar and Lomror were impressive performers, and then DK did what DK does in the end. This is a kind of total that will not object to both the parties. A cracking set up for the second half.

Finisher DK Finishes Things Up Well

As he has often done this season, Dinesh Karthik put on a total of 170 runs in the 20th over with the help of two sixes against Pretorius to good effect for a long time.

Thekshana triple strike derails RCB’s charge

After a bleak start to the game, the Sri Lankan mystery spinner hit three boundaries in the 19th over, including the big wicket of Hasranga and Shahbaz as well as the well-set Lomror.

One of Mukesh’s screamers broke the partnership

When it looked like RCB were ready to hit top gear for the slog overs, the budding stand has been removed. Dwayne Pretorius strikes his first ball but the wicket belongs to Mukesh Chowdhary, who takes a stunning diving catch from deep mid-wicket covering a lot of ground. Patidar is sent for packing.

RCB counterattack through Patidar and Lomror

On a normal Indian surface assisting the spinners, RCB’s two uncapped Indian batsmen are leading their senior professionals. Rajat Patidar and Mahipal Lomror have both brilliantly negotiated the tweakers so far, mixing the attack wonderfully with the defence.

Moeen invokes his inner Muraleedharan

A sharp break from the Englishman spins big from the inside edge and clears Virat Kohli. Here RCB derailed due to spin.

yes….no…..yeah……out

A big moment in the game as Glenn Maxwell got run out after miscommunication with Virat Kohli. Flat throw on Dhoni’s end and he is as quick as ever. Maxwell was quite young.

Comeback Man Provides Success

Moeen Ali may not have planned this wicket but a loose half-tracker is pulled straight down the throat of deep mid-wicket. Faf du Plessis falls.

strong powerplay

Some of their boundaries came off the edges, but both Virat Kohli and Faf du Plessis smashed runs in the first six overs to maximize the fielding restrictions. The track appears to be a touch on the slower side but a good batting deck nonetheless.

Teams:

Royal Challengers Bangalore (Playing XI): Faf du Plessis(c), Virat Kohli, Rajat Patidar, Glenn Maxwell, Shahbaz Ahmed, Dinesh Karthik(w), Mahipal Lomror, Wanindu Hasaranga, Harshal Patel, Mohammed Siraj, Josh Hazlewood

Chennai Super Kings (Playing XI): Ruturaj Gaikwad, Devon Conway, Moeen Ali, Robin Uthappa, Ambati Rayudu, MS Dhoni (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Dwaine Pretorius, Simarjit Singh, Mukesh Choudhary, Mahesh Thekshana

TOSS: Chennai Super Kings won the toss and elected to field. They have brought in Moeen Ali for Mitchell Santner. Royal Challengers Bangalore are unchanged.

The corner tiger leads the side that wants to turn a corner

We are only halfway through the season and the two teams in action tonight are on opposite ends of the spectrum as far as their campaigns are concerned. RCB started their season well, winning five of their first seven matches, before losing three on the bounce. This has been a familiar pattern for them so far and they would not want history to repeat this season. For that, the pace has to be gained and at the earliest.

Against them are the defending champions, whose title defense is hanging by thread. They are in the winning zone now and another defeat could effectively negate their chances of a playoff berth. The experiment of making Ravindra Jadeja the new captain apparently did not go to plan, so much so that his famous predecessor had to reclaim the captaincy. The comeback game went to plan for MS Dhoni, who is playing his 200th match for CSK tonight, but he knows there is a lot of work to be done. These two teams rarely give us a boring game, so we must cracker.

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