IPL Points Table: RCB defeated RR in Match 16 to go on high of the IPL 2021 desk.© BCCI/IPL
Match 16 of the 14th version of the Indian Premier League (IPL) noticed Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) thrash Rajasthan Royals (RR) by 10 wickets and 21 balls to spare in a complete win. Chasing 178-runs for victory, RCB openers discovered their going extraordinarily simple as Devdutt Padikkal accomplished his maiden ton in IPL cricket, which was additionally the fasted by an uncapped participant within the historical past of IPL. RCB skipper Virat Kohli, then again performed the supporting function in some fashion as he scored 72 runs in simply 47 balls. This half-century additionally helped Kohli develop into the one participant to achieve the 6000-run landmark in IPL cricket. Earlier, RR batsmen bought off to a patchy nonetheless, shedding three fast wickets. nonetheless, Shivam Dube, Riyan Parag and Rahul Tewatia helped RR attain a decent 177/9 of their 20 overs. RR at all times had their backs towards the wall as the sport ended as a one-sided encounter.
IPL 2021 Points Table
With eight factors in 4 video games, RCB, captained by Virat Kohli, sit fairly on the high of the desk. However, RR’s third loss in 4 video games meant they have been pushed to the underside of the desk attributable to them having the worst web run-rate with all groups having one win underneath their belt in as many matches.
Race For Orange Cap
A trendy hundred helped Padikkal transfer as much as the 10th spot within the orange cap checklist with 137 runs in whole in three video games. The checklist is headed by Delhi Capitals (DC) batsman Shikhar Dhawan with 237 runs, adopted by RCB all-rounder Glenn Maxwell, who did not get a chance to bat on this match towards RR. Virat Kohli additionally moved as much as the eighth spot with 143 runs in whole.
Race For Purple Cap
With three wickets for 47 runs on this match towards RR, RCB bowler Harshal Patel took excessive spot from Deepak Chahar. Patel has 12 wickets in 4 video games whereas Chahar is 4 wickets behind in as many matches. Kyle Jamieson (six wickets) and Mohammed Siraj (5 wickets) occupy the eighth and 10th positions respectively.
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