IPL 2022 RR vs DC: Rajasthan was reeling from the first two dreadful overs, Warner-Marsh brought down the fever like this

New Delhi: Rajasthan Royals have a deadly bowler like Trent Boult. The match was played between Delhi Capitals and Rajasthan Royals on Wednesday evening. In this match, the batsmen of Rajasthan Royals failed. Now the whole burden was on the bowlers. Trent Boult brought the first over for the team. In front of Bolt’s lethal bowling, the Delhi Capitals batsmen were nowhere to be found.

Boult’s first over fatal
Delhi’s team could score only one run in the first over of Bolt. Boult also dropped a wicket for Delhi Capitals. After this the famous Krishna came with the second over. Delhi could not even score a run in this over. This was over maiden by Krishna. Rajasthan Royals made a tweet about this. In the tweet with the picture of these two bowlers it was written that double trouble.

Marsh scored 89 runs off 62 balls
In response, Delhi Capitals posted pictures of their two players. Among these players were Mitchell Marsh and David Warner. Actually, both these players defeated Rajasthan Royals. Shaun Marsh scored 89 runs off 62 balls and Warner scored 52 runs off 41 balls. Warner remained unbeaten during this period. While posting his picture, Delhi Capitals tweeted that there is no trouble in front of these doubles.

Ashwin showed Jauhar with batting
Ravichandran Ashwin, who took the news of the batsmen with his spin bowling, occasionally shows his hand in the batting as well. This time he scored the first fifty of his IPL career for Rajasthan Royals, coming up the order. Efforts from Ashwin and Devdutt Padikkal (48 runs, 30 balls, 6 fours, 2 sixes) posted 160 for six in this match against Delhi Capitals. Delhi Capitals won the toss in this match played at DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai. Delhi team brought in Lalit Yadav in place of Ripple Patel and Chetan Sakaria in place of injured Khaleel Ahmed. On the other hand, Rajasthan Royals replaced Shimron Hetmyer with Rasi van der Dussen in the XI.

hurry up jose
Young left-arm pacer Chetan Sakaria kept the season’s top batsman Jos Buttler and his fellow opener Yashasvi Jaiswal silent in the first over of the innings. Only five runs came from the second over of Enrich Nortje. When Buttler (7 runs, 11 balls) was not able to play the desired shot even in Chetan’s third over. Eventually he returned to the pavilion cheaply after playing a loose shot. Buttler, who has captured the Orange Cap by scoring the most runs in the season (625 runs in 12 matches), has not been able to score a big score in the last three matches. He had scored 30 and 22 runs in his earlier matches.

color on three
Rajasthan surprised by sending spinner Ashwin at number three. When Yashasvi hit a four and then a six on Nortje in the fourth over of the innings, it seemed that he would be in attacking mode and Ashwin would play the role of anchor. However, the reverse happened after that. Ashwin started attacking and hit two fours in the opening over of Shardul Thakur. Ashwin did not stop here. He made his score 21 runs in 13 balls by hitting four and six in two successive balls in the next over of Axar Patel. The advantage of this was that despite a slow start, Rajasthan added 43 runs in six overs of the powerplay. In the ninth over, Yashasvi (19 runs, 19 balls) was run by Mitchell Marsh. Fewer runs came in the next two overs. Then Devdutt Padikkal started attacking when he got news of Axar Patel and Kuldeep Yadav. Rajasthan’s 100 runs were completed in the 14th over and in the same over, Ashwin made his top score in T20 by hitting a boundary with an uppercut off Sakariya. After this he also completed half century. In the next over, he was caught by David Warner after playing a poor shot off a delivery from Marsh.