IPL 2021, DC vs RCB: AB de Villiers delivers once more as Royal Challengers Bangalore pip Delhi Capitals by one run | Cricket Information

IPL 2021, DC vs RCB: AB de Villiers delivers again as Royal Challengers Bangalore pip Delhi Capitals by one run | Cricket News - Times of India

AHMEDABAD: Royal Challengers Bangalore rode on an AB de Villiers particular and a stable closing over from Mohammad Siraj to inflict a one-run defeat on Delhi Capitals within the IPL right here on Tuesday.
The ever-reliable de Villiers scored an unbeaten 42-ball 75 to energy RCB to 171 for 5 earlier than their bowlers, led by Harshal Patel (2/37), Mohammed Siraj (1/44) Kyle Jamieson (1/32), restricted Delhi to 170 for 4.
Needing 14 off the ultimate over, Delhi fell agonisingly quick as Rishabh Pant‘s back-to-back fours off the remaining two balls didn’t show to be sufficient.
Shimron Hetmyer (53 not out off 25) displayed some sensational hitting whereas batting alongside Pant (58 not out off 48) however they may not take their workforce over the road.
The victory propelled RCB to the highest of the desk whereas the Capitals slipped to the third spot.

Chasing 172, the Capitals had been diminished to twenty-eight for 2 in 3.3 overs as all-rounder Kyle Jamieson and Siraj and despatched Shikhar Dhawan (6) and Steve Smith (4) packing respectively.

Simply when it seemed younger Prithvi Shaw (21) and Pant, who survived a leg earlier than scare on 9, had been navigating their means, Patel, the event’s main wicket-taker, struck, eliminating the previous with the Capitals managing 43/2 within the first six overs.
As boundaries dried up, Pant and new-batsman Marcus Stoinis (22) stored the scoreboard ticking by taking singles and doubles on supply.
With the required run price growing each batsmen indulged in shot making. Stoinis took on Washington Sundar within the twelfth over, hitting two fours whereas Pant smashed Patel for back-to-back boundaries within the subsequent over.
Nonetheless, an edge resulted within the Australian all-rounder strolling again to the dug out as wickets continued to tumble at common intervals.
The large-hitting Hetmyer joined his skipper within the center. The West Indian was dropped on 15 by Devdutt Padikkal.
With the Capitals needing 46 of the final three overs. The Males in blue plundered 21 runs that included three large sixes by Hetmyer within the 18th over bowled by Jamiseon but it surely wasn’t meant to be.

Earlier, Delhi bowlers — Ishant Sharma (1/26), Axar Patel (1/33), Kagiso Rabada (1/38), Amit Mishra (1/27), Avesh Khan (1/24) — who all picked one wicket apiece, put up a collective effort to limit RCB.
De Villiers, who hit three fours and 5 sixes, was the highest scorer for RCB.
The veteran South African hit 22 runs off the final over bowled by Stoinis (0/23) that included three sixes.
Rajat Patidar (31) and Glenn Maxwell (25 off 20 balls) additionally offered priceless contributions.
Put in to bat, Devdutt Padikkal (17) and skipper Virat Kohli (12) had been off to a flying begin, amassing 30 runs in 3.5 overs.
Pacer Avesh offered the Capitals with the primary breakthrough, dismissing the RCB captain for 12 within the fourth over. Within the very subsequent ball, Ishant, taking part in his first match of the season, removed the harmful Padikkal.
With two new batsmen within the center, the seasoned speedster went on to bowl a wicket maiden to decelerate the proceedings as RCB collected 36 runs for the lack of two wickets within the Powerplay.

Maxwell performed a brief cameo, smashing two maximums and a boundary however was caught at lengthy on by compatriot Smith off leggie Mishra as RCB reached 68 for 3 on the hallway mark.
Patidar, who hit 31 off 22 deliveries, and de Villiers steadied the ship by stitching a 54-run stand however all-rounder Axar Patel, who accounted for the Indian within the fifteenth over.

Barring de Villiers all RCB batsmen had been responsible off not capitalising on good begins.

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