RCB Falls at the end to KKR

RCB had a successful over with two different bowlers taking two wickets in just two balls. David Willey was able to convert this over into a maiden. KKR was struggling with a score of 89 for 5 due to their underperforming top six.

However, Shardul Thakur then stepped in and almost got bowled off Karn Sharma’s hat-trick ball. Despite this, he turned his luck around and went on a rampage, scoring 68 runs in just 29 balls, launching a breathtaking assault on the RCB bowlers.

RCB has been poor at the death in recent matches, as Virat Kohli had noted in their last game, which they won. However, they couldn’t replicate this success in this match against KKR.

Sunil Narine changed the course of the game when he came in to bowl, causing problems for RCB’s openers. Varun Charkravarthy also found his groove on a pitch that suited him well. Suyash Sharma, a 19-year-old playing his first professional cricket match, impressed with his three wickets for 30 runs.

Umesh Yadav’s opening delivery was a long half-volley outside leg stump, resulting in a boundary. Although Tim Southee had initially shown promise, beating Virat Kohli’s bat twice, he lost his edge in his second over, allowing RCB to line him up.

Suyash Sharma, KKR’s latest mystery spinner, had a remarkable debut with two wickets in five balls. He credits his success to his elder brother, who got him interested in cricket and encouraged him to stand out as a legspinner. KKR scouts spotted him in Delhi, and he is now repaying their faith on the biggest stage.

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