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Best performances - Batsmen

JM Bairstow
JM Bairstow
61(43) 6x4 - 2x6
Control %65%
  • Productive Shot
  • flick
  • 15 runs
  • 1x4 - 1x6
6 18 6 5 7 1 4 14
D Padikkal
56(42) 8x4 - 0x6
Control %69%
  • Productive Shot
  • flick
  • 12 runs
  • 1x4 - 0x6
5 2 1 12 16 3 5 12

Best performances - Bowlers

YS Chahal
YS Chahal
O4
M0
R18
W3
Eco4.50
1
2700839
5
6
0
0
0
0
11
yes
0
0
1
feedback
0
1
1
226077
2
0
-
2500569
0
5143
61325
0
0
4340
0
0
RHB
OFFLEG
1W
2W
  • FTFULL TOSS
  • YYORKER
  • FFULL LENGTH
  • GGOOD LENGTH
  • SGSHORT OF GOOD LENGTH
  • SSHORT LENGTH
LHB
LEGOFF
S Dube
O3
M0
R15
W2
Eco5.00
1
2700840
6
6
0
0
0
0
7
yes
0
0
1
feedback
0
1
1
226077
2
2
previous bowler
2500571
0
5143
74975
0
0
4340
0
0
RHB
OFFLEG
2W
  • FTFULL TOSS
  • YYORKER
  • FFULL LENGTH
  • GGOOD LENGTH
  • SGSHORT OF GOOD LENGTH
  • SSHORT LENGTH
LHB
LEGOFF

Match Details

Toss

Sunrisers Hyderabad , elected to field first

Player Of The Match

Season

Hours of play (local time)

18.00 start, First Session 18.00-19.30, Interval 19.30-19.50, Second Session 19.50- 21.20

Match days

21 September 2020 - night match (20-over match)

TV Umpires

Reserve Umpire

Match Referee

Points

Royal Challengers Bangalore 2, Sunrisers Hyderabad 0

Scorer: Chandan Duorah | Commentator: Varun Shetty

10:24pm And that is the end to yet another chaotic, intense night at the IPL. This tournament is slowly picking pace. Tomorrow it is Rajasthan Royals against Chennai Supers Kings. We'll see you there - good night!

Y Chahal: When I bowled my first over, there was a little grip. I decided to bowl a stump to stump line and my captain told me to go for attacking deliveries. One point of time they were batting well, so I can't bowl every ball fast. So I bowled wider and turning, which is difficult to hit. For Bairstow I went straighter and a little leg side because it's difficult to hit from there. For Shankar, Kohli came up to me and we decided to go for the googly first up.

Yuzvendra Chahal is the Man of the Match.

Virat Kohli: It's amazing to be honest. Last night we were only the other side of the result, 6-nil. Nice to be 1-nil. We kept our composure and Yuzi comes in and completely changes the game for us. Not many spinners got much out of the pitch, but tonight he showed that you can turn it if you have it in your wrists. He turned the game. To be honest, we started really well. Devdutt was really good on debut, Finchy as well. But whenyou lose two in two, you have to consolidate. If not for two in two, you were looking at maybe 10-20 runs more. In the past if we had 43 off 5, you'd see the shoulders dropping but the guys kept believing, kept attacking. Someone like Washy not bowling enough and a part-timer doing it are good signs.



AB de Villiers: Big surprise for me! [His innings]. It's a nice change to get on the right side of a close game early on in the season. We worked very hard for the win. It's a great start for us and hopefully a good sign of things to come. I surprised myself to be honest. We had a competitive game in South africa, which was great, gave me a little bit of confidence. As a 36-year-old to come here, having not played a lot of cricket, in the middle of some talented youngsters - was a pleasing start. Very happy with the basics, seems to be in place. [Padikkal] It's a tough thing to arrive at the IPL, they don't come more tough than that. The talent is just incredible. Every year there are 19 and 20 year olds coming through looking like they've played international cricket for a long time.

David Warner: Yeah look, can't remember I was out like that. It was a bizarre game for us. Obviously RCB played well here to get across the line. A lot of courage for Mitch to walk out. Doesn't look great, he can't put any weight on his leg. We always knew that they had to get some bowlers out at the end. Probably that last over of Chahal was the turning point there. We've obviously go back to the drawing board. We can't fix what happened tonight. Everyone knows that [to play Chahal out at that point], it is a talking point, but the guys don't need reminding.


Gaurav: "RCB needs to have a look at bowlers who are going to bowl death overs for them. Come Russells n Pollards n it's gonna be an entirely different ball game. Dale Steyn hardly looks a safe bet."

Srinath: "Apart from Warner, Bairstow and Pandey can any of the other players bat or can be relied upon to guide the team home? Doesnt look too good for SRH going forward...."

Nctbadri: "Happy for RCB, given they can easily strengthen team from here ..umesh has to be out and sundar can't play if he is going to bowl 1 over ! That's 2 slots plus if finch replaced by Kohli at top, they can add 1 more in the middle ..."

Abhishek: "Don't count out contribution of Navdeep Saini. Broke the middle order into two parts in just one over."

Gaurav: "Not coming hard on Vjay Shankar. But he needs to take a good hars look at his career so far. I can only remember his failures. The one against Bangladesh in Nidhas Cup. Replacing Rayudu in WC19 n coming dud. Sparking a collapse tonight. Just an honest observation."

abhishek singh: "ahh nothing special, its 2020.... RCB winning while defending......"

9:59pm A quite extraordinary collapse. Sunrisers were 121 for 2 with five balls of Yuzvendra Chahal to play out. Bairstow looked to slog one, Shankar was completely bamboozled and within a couple of minutes, their most experienced remaining batsmen were gone. The collapse eventually read 8 for 32 in 26 balls. Quite something. RCB left it quite thin with their bowling, Chahal pretty much being their big throw of the dice, but it worked out, and from there they completely grabbed the opportunity after being knocked around easily for the most part. Shivam Dube in particular would have excited his skipper at the end, with Saini doing what was expected off him. A good start to them with their recalibrated team. Despite the hiccups, they've managed to pull one off early in the season.

19.4
W
Steyn to Sandeep Sharma, OUT, taken at long-on! That's the win for RCB. Sandeep with a sweet connection, but Kohli tracks backwards and leaps to grab on to that. Short ball, good pull, but Sunrisers will lose by 10 runs

Sandeep Sharma c Kohli b Steyn 9 (6b 1x4 0x6) SR: 150.00

Abhishek: "MoM for me is Chahal. Turned the tide with those two wickets. Not to take anything away from AB or Saini."

19.3
4
Steyn to Sandeep Sharma, FOUR runs, good length and just outside off, backs away and has a slog. Gets a thick outside edge to third man's left
19.2
2
Steyn to Sandeep Sharma, 2 runs, low full toss at middle stump, laboured thwack to long-on's right
19.1
1
Steyn to Natarajan, 1 run, short of a length outside off, opens the face and jabs it to point off the under-edge

Mahesh Shewale: "The wicket of Bairstow today and Mayank Agrawal yesterday highlight the importance of set batsman playing with responsibility till end on these wickets. " --- Dale Steyn to defend 18 against T Natarajan.

END OF OVER:
19 | 4 Runs 1 Wkt | SRH: 146/9 (18 runs required from 6 balls, RR: 7.68, RRR: 18.00)

  • T Natarajan2 (3b)
  • Sandeep Sharma3 (3b)
  • Shivam Dube3-0-15-2
  • Navdeep Saini4-0-25-2

Mohantys: "And assuming to upset from here, my MoM has to be Saini with due respect to ABD's breathtaking innings. The guy has been sensational and got quality batters hopping around with sheer pace!"
Sundar S: "Why would Marsh even bother coming out? It's not exactly end of the world at stake here. The max he can achieve is aggravating his injury."

18.6
1
Dube to Natarajan, 1 run, slower ball at a length on middle stump, lofts it on the up to long-on's right
18.5
1
Dube to Sandeep Sharma, 1 run, slower ball at a good length on middle, slugged off the toe-end to long-on's left

Sunrisers 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st18DA WarnerJM Bairstow
2nd71MK PandeyJM Bairstow
3rd32JM BairstowPK Garg
4th0V ShankarPK Garg
5th8PK GargAbhishek Sharma
6th6Rashid KhanAbhishek Sharma
7th6B KumarRashid Khan
8th1Sandeep SharmaRashid Khan
9th1MR MarshSandeep Sharma
10th10Sandeep SharmaT Natarajan