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IPL: Top Three Batting Performances Between RCB And KKR

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The Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) have set themselves the objective of going through the whole IPL 2021 competition without losing a single game. They faced off against the Kolkata Knight Riders in the tenth and final match of this competition, which took place at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai (KKR) and ipl rcb match highlights vs KKR is also available.

The Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) are the only team in the league that had not yet experienced their first defeat. After squeaking out a win against the Mumbai Indians (MI), they went on to completely destroy the batting of the Sunrisers Hyderabad team (SRH).

To say that KKR’s excellent luck has been unexpected is an understatement. They beat SRH in the first match they played owing to a solid effort, which culminated in a win by ten runs. This victory was the first of their tournament. The Michigan Wolverines choked after seizing the lead in the game and seemed to have everything under control, despite their being no obvious cause for it.

After 27 matches, KKR has a slim lead over RCB in the overall head-to-head battle, with a score of 15-12. This gives KKR a little edge over RCB.

RCB and KKR competed against one another in Chennai. As a result, before the game, let’s take a look back at three of the most impressive batting performances that have ever taken place in a matchup between these two teams. These matches have taken place throughout the history of the Indian Premier League.

3 AB de Villiers (RCB) 73 not out off 33 – IPL 2020 (in Sharjah)

AB de Villiers, a superstar for both RCB and South Africa, had an outstanding innings in the match against KKR that took place in Dubai a year ago. The match was played on the same day as the World Cup. Even Virat Kohli had trouble scoring runs on the ground that AB de Villiers was playing on, so his performance is even more remarkable when you consider that context.

De Villiers, who was batting fourth for RCB, smashed an unbeaten 73 off of only 33 balls when he was in the middle. The current total of his score is 73. In addition to his total of six sixes, the batter hit five fours and six sixes, for a total of twelve sixes. An notorious incident occurred in which one of the sixes was engaged, and it entailed the vehicle going beyond of the boundaries of the stadium.

The remarkable batting display put in by De Villiers was a significant factor in the RCB’s final score of 194 for 2, which they ultimately won. While Devdutt Padikkal hammered 32 out of 23 balls and Aaron Finch scored 47 out of 37 balls, Kohli stayed not out on 33 after he had faced 28 deliveries. Aaron Finch scored 47 out of 37 balls. On the other hand, it seemed as if none of them had the situation in the centre of the field under control.

When they were at the crease, KKR had a hard time adjusting their game to the difficult conditions. After using all 20 of their overs, they were only able to score 112 for 9 in their innings. With 34 points, Shubman Gill was the KKR player that racked up the most points for his team. Both Chris Morris and Washington Sundar were responsible for the dismissal of two Royal Challengers Bangalore batsmen throughout the match.

  1. Chris Gayle (RCB) 102 not out off 55 – IPL 2011 (in Kolkata)

Chris Gayle scored a hundred runs while batting first for RCB in the Indian Premier League match that took place in Kolkata in 2011 between KKR and RCB. He did it by hitting 100 runs off of just 55 balls. When RCB batted first, they were given a target score of 172 runs that they needed to accomplish in order to win the match. Fortunately for RCB, a storm that was caused by Gayle made the pursuit of the suspects considerably simpler.

During the course of his innings, the big lefty smashed seven sixes and 10 fours, which contributed to RCB’s easy victory by nine wickets.

Gayle completed his well-deserved century by smashing Shakib Al Hasan over cover with one run still required off the last two overs.

In the course of his four overs, Lakshmipathy Balaji was pummelling by Chris Gayle, and as a direct consequence, he allowed 43 runs to be scored against him. Shakib was bowled out after giving up 29 runs in 2.1 overs, while Rajat Bhatia was dismissed after giving up 28 runs in 3 overs. On that particular day, no bowler from KKR was successful in getting Gayle to attempt to hit a ball with his bat.

Prior to it, Jacques Kallis, Gautam Gambhir, and Yusuf Pathan each scored 40 runs to add to KKR’s total of 171-5. At this stage in the process, the sum seems to be quite scary. But even with Gayle functioning at her most best, it was obvious that this wasn’t enough.

  1. Brendon McCullum (KKR) 158 not out off 73 – IPL 2008 (in Bengaluru)

Brendon McCullum, a former captain of New Zealand, is credited with initiating the Indian Premier League on this day in 2008, April 18. McCullum scored an unbroken 158 runs while playing for KKR versus RCB in the inaugural match of the Indian Premier League. He did this by hitting just 73 balls.

The bowlers from Bangalore were sent on a leather hunt as a result of McCullum’s extraordinary performance, during which he hit a total of 13 sixes and 10 fours.

Throughout the whole of the match, McCullum was persistent in his assault on the bowlers, and he repeatedly found the boundary. The dominance that McCullum has was on full show for everyone to see, as Ricky Ponting’s 20 was KKR’s second highest score.

With 48 runs scored off of his four overs, Jacques Kallis was the RCB bowler who was responsible for the greatest damage to their score. While Zaheer Khan and Praveen Kumar were both carried for 38 runs, Ashley Noffke handed away 40 runs in his four innings.

In the end, KKR scored a stunning 222 for 3 in their innings. After being challenged with a monumental score, RCB gave up for 82 runs in 15.1 overs and lost the game. Ajit Agarkar was responsible for taking three KKR wickets, while Ashok Dinda and Sourav Ganguly each took two wickets.

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