IPL 2020, RCB vs CSK: Rudraj Kejriwal’s bright 50 against Chennai Bangalore helps keep the playoff hopes alive by 8 wickets.

Despite scoring 82 runs from Virat Kohli and Op de Villiers, the young sensational batsman Rithuraj Kejriwal helped Chennai Super Kings beat the Royal Challengers with a fifty and a run-chase by senior batsman Fuff du Plessis. Bangalore are 8 wickets away from winning the 4th match of IPL 2020. Sam Curran again picked up the Chennai bowlers as he played with key wickets. This is the second time this season that RCP has won. And CSK confronted each other.

CSK, who chased down 146 runs for the win, were the happiest team in the first half of the match. Fuff du Plessis came out to open with Rudraj Kejriwal. An opening opening partnership helped both teams get off to a favorable start by sewing a 46-run partnership.

Chris Morris gave his team the much-needed improvement by knocking out Comrade Faff du Plessis in the last over of the power play. Du Plessis, who had a great touch and hit the ball hard today, decided to take the lead in the last over of the powerplay. The stylish starter tried to go big on the extra cover, but found the aerial shot fielder that came from him, and he had to return to the pavilion for 25 off 13 balls.

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After losing Faff, Gaikwad took the pace from there with Ambati Rayudu and won the match for CSK by eight wickets.

Earlier, despite losing crucial early wickets, Royal Challengers Bangalore impressed the cricketers this afternoon, with captain Kohli and AB de Villiers hitting more than 50 alliances to help RCB accumulate 145/6 in their allotted 20 overs.

Speaking of CSK, Sam Curran and Mitchell Sandner presented some bowls that prevent RCB batsmen from going to the maximum. S Curran made a big contribution to CSK by removing two key wickets with his attack. Fans can appreciate the amazing fielding combination of Faff and Keyquad.

Royal Challengers Bangalore (playing XI): Devadoot Padikkal, Aaron Pinch, Virat Kohli (E), AB de Villiers (W), Moin Ali, Gurkeerat Singh Mann, Chris Morris, Washington Sunder, Navdeep Saini, Mohammad Siraj, Yusvendra Sahal

Chennai Super Kings (playing XI): Rudraj Kejriwal, Fuff to Bless, Ambati Rayudu, N Jagadeesan, MS Dhoni (W / C), Ravindra Jadeja, Mitchell Sandner, Sam Curran, Deepak Sahar, Imran Tahir, Monumkumar


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