IPL Live Updates IPL 2022: After Hardik’s bat, Ferguson’s bowling shines, Gujarat reached the top by defeating Rajasthan
After the batsman was dismissed, all-rounder Ashwin took over the batting with Butler. On the other hand, Jos Buttler hit three fours and a six in Yash Dayal’s second over and scored a total of 18 runs in the over. After four overs, Rajasthan’s score was 49 for one. At the same time, Rajasthan lost its second wicket in the form of Ashwin. Ashwin was sent to bat at number three, but he was dismissed by Ferguson for eight runs.
At the same time, the wickets of the team were falling on one side, while on the other hand Jos Buttler played a brilliant innings and completed his half-century in 23 balls. Jos Buttler was out on the very next ball after scoring a half-century.
Lockie Ferguson took two wickets in his very first over. He first dismissed Ashwin and then clean bowled Butler (54) on the last ball. After his dismissal, Sanju Samson took over the innings of the team. However, Rajasthan lost their fourth wicket in the form of captain Sanju Samson. Samson (11) wanted to take a run but Hardik’s quick and accurate throw showed him the way to the pavilion.
After him Shimron Hetmyer continued to try to form a great partnership with Rasi Van der Dussen. At the same time, Yash Dayal, who came for the third over, took another wicket in his name. He got Rasi van der Dussen (6) caught by Matthew Wade on the third ball of the over. Only five runs came from Dayal’s over. At the same time, now flamboyant batsman Riyan Parag came to the crease. The troubles of Rajasthan Royals were increasing. The team lost the wicket of Shimron Hetmyer (29), whose stay at the crease could have expected the team to win.
Mohammad Shami got the batsman caught by Rahul Teotia in his third over. However, on the other hand, Parag remained at the crease. At the same time, in 13 overs, Rajasthan scored 117 runs for the loss of six wickets. But Rajasthan also lost its seventh wicket during this period. Lockie Ferguson to Riyan Parag, caught by Gill on the full toss ball. Parag returned to the pavilion after scoring 18 runs in 16 balls.
Hardik Pandya bowled two overs in the innings, in which he conceded seven runs in the first over, but he took a wicket in the second over. However, Pandya played a brilliant innings with his bat, scoring an unbeaten 87. At the same time, Yash took another wicket in the last over, in which he got Yuzvendra Chahal (5) caught by Shankar. Due to superb bowling and batting, the team restricted Rajasthan Royals to 155 runs after taking nine wickets in 20 overs and won the match by 37 runs.