IPL 2024: Parag's heavenly 84 sets up RR's 12-run prevail upon DC - watsupptoday.com
IPL 2024: Parag's heavenly 84 sets up RR's 12-run prevail upon DC
Posted 29 Mar 2024 12:04 PM

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Youthful Riyan Parag showed why he is viewed as a gifted ability as he struck a staggering 84 not out off 45 balls to set up a 12-run win for Rajasthan Royals against Delhi Capitals in their IPL match here on Thursday.

Sent in to bat, RR were diminished to 36 for 3 in the eighth over however the 22-year-old Parag without any assistance took the home side to 185 for 5 with a great unbeaten thump studded with seven fours and six sixes.

Parag, who was elevated to number 4 by the group the board this season and made 43 in the past match, took 25 runs off veteran South African pacer Anrich Nortje with scores of 4, 4, 6, 4, 6, 1 in the last over to hit his most noteworthy T20 score.

Pursuing 186 for a success, DC could oversee 173 for 5 of every 20 overs however South African young person Tristan Stubbs (44 not out off 23 balls) kept them in the chase till the last over from which they required 17 runs.

Avesh Khan yielded only four hurries to assist RR with winning their second sequential match.

South African pacer Nandre Burger and Yuzvendra Chahal took two wickets each to likewise contribute in the RR win.

"Certainly frustrated. The best thing to do from here is to gain from it. The bowlers did well through the 15-16 overs. In any case, the players got along admirably at the demise, ideally we improve in the following game," DC captain Rishabh Gasp said.

DC were diminished to 34 for 2 in the fourth done with Burger taking two wickets in three balls in a fine presentation of quick bowling.

Burger, who was gotten as Effect Sub for Shimron Hetmyer, excused opener Mitchell Bog (23 off 12 balls) and Ricky Bhui (0) in the fourth finished.

DC chief Rishabh Gasp emerged to bat at the fall of Bhui's wicket and alongside senior player David Warner fabricated the innings without taking a lot of hazard. Delhi were 89 for 2 at the midway stage.

Warner was the more forceful one as he got the limits to keep DC in the chase. The senior Australian player fell one run shy of his fifty graciousness a splendid jumping get by Sandeep Sharma off the bowling of Avesh in the twelfth over.

Warner and Gasp were engaged with a urgent 67-run organization for the third wicket.

Playing in his 100th IPL match and 14 months after a terrible auto collision, Gasp attempted to construct the innings with periodic limits. Be that as it may, he got out for a 26-ball 28 as Chahal prompted a weak lower edge for Sanju Samson to wrap up behind the stumps in the fourteenth over.

The asking rate shot up to in excess of 13 runs an over and DC required 66 from the last five overs.

Stubbs kept DC in the game with two sequential sixes off Ravichandran Ashwin in the seventeenth over, yet in the end the Delhi side were short by 12 runs.

They required 34 runs from the last two overs which they couldn't get. It was DC's second sequential misfortune.

Prior, Parag shared 54 and 52 runs individually with Ravichandran Ashwin (29) and Dhruv Jurel (20) after RR made an unstable beginning.

Royals commander Samson struck three back to back limits in the fourth over bowled by pacer Mukesh Kumar prior to scratching a Khaleel Ahmed conveyance two overs later to Gasp to get out for 15.

RR were 30 for 2 by then as Mukesh had given DC their most memorable forward leap with the wicket of Yashasvi Jaiswal (5).

The Royals were in more difficulty after wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav in a real sense constrained his chief Gasp to take a survey, which later ended up finding success, to excuse British chap Jos Buttler for a LBW choice.

Ashwin emerged to bat at number five and he flung a Kuldeep conveyance for a six to assist RR with coming to 58 for 3 at midway stage. He gave Nortje even a more extreme treatment with two sixes in the following over that yielded 15 runs.

Ashwin, notwithstanding, holed out to Tristan Stubbs close to the limit ropes for a 19-ball 29.

Parag then, at that point, made his presence felt, striking two limits and a six off Ahmed to take RR past 100 in the fifteenth over.

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