IPL 2021: Jason Roy, Kane Williamson steer SRH to easy win against RR

Jason Roy and captain Kane Williamson performed some sensible cricketing pictures to information Sunrisers Hyderabad residence against Rajasthan Royals within the fortieth match of the IPL 2021 right here on Monday. Hyderabad registered their second win of this season after beating Royals by seven wickets on the Dubai International Stadium.

Chasing 165, SRH bought off to a blistering begin as a flurry of boundaries unleashed by openers Roy (60) and Wriddhiman Saha (18) took SRH previous 50 in simply 4.5 overs. Eventually, SRH bought to 63/1 on the finish of the Powerplay as Saha was dismissed by Mahipal Lomror.

Roy hit a quick-fire half-century on his debut for Hyderabad earlier than Rajasthan’s Chetan Sakariya ended his blitzkrieg.

Mustafizur Rahman then eliminated Priyam Garg for a duck, leaving Rajasthan at 119/3 in 13 overs. He bowled a slower ball. Garg confirmed the total face of the bat, however may solely chip that again to the bowler, who went low and throughout to his proper to full the take.

Abhishek Sharma (21 not out) then joined forces with captain Williamson (51 not out). They stitched 48 runs off 33 balls to comfortably attain the goal with 9 balls to spare.

Earlier, skipper Sanju Samson smashed an excellent 82 off simply 57 balls to assist Rajasthan Royals put up 164/5.

In the method, RR captain additionally surpassed Delhi Capitals’ Shikhar Dhawan within the ‘Orange Cap’ race as he grew to become the league’s highest run-getter.

The first innings powerplay was very eventful. Bhuvneshwar Kumar eliminated Evin Lewis on the very ball of his first over, younger opener Yashasvi Jaiswal and skipper Samson then guided RR to 57/1 on the finish of the seventh over.

Jaiswal was dismissed for 36 as RR managed to get to 77/2 after 10 overs. Rashid Khan dismissed Liam Livingston (4) cheaply to go away RR three down.

Courtesy of some huge hits from Mahipal Lomror (29 not out), RR crossed 100 within the 14th over. He stitched an vital 84-run stand along with his skipper to take the aspect previous 150. Liam Livingstone (4), Riyan Parag (0), and Evin Lewis (6) failed with the bat.

In the fag finish of the innings, an excellent comeback from Hyderabad as they scalped two wickets and gave away simply 18 runs within the final three overs.

Brief scores:

Rajasthan: 164/4 in 20 overs (Sanju Samson 82, Yashasvi 36, Siddharth 2-36, Bhuvbeshwar 1-28); Hyderabad: 167/3 in 18.3 overs (Jason 60, Williamson 51 not out, Abhishek Sharma 21 not out, Lomror 1-22).

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