IPL 2021, RKB vs KKR© BCCI / IPL
In the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) 2021 Indian Premier League (IPL) eliminator, the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR RCB bowler took the 32nd wicket of the season and equaled Dwayne Bravo’s record of taking the most wickets in an IPL campaign (CS). ) The all-rounder took 32 wickets in 2013. Herschel dropped KKR opener Subman Gill for his 31st wicket, after which he sent Venkatesh Iyer back to the pavilion for the 32nd wicket of the campaign.
Having finished the season with 32 wickets, Herschelle may have broken Bravo’s record and taken his 33rd scalp, but his bowling shot by Sunil Narine was dropped by Devadut Padikkal.
The 30-year-old, who was added to the RCB side as a transfer from Delhi Capitals, had a record-breaking season. He broke the record of not taking more wickets in an IPL season. He also broke the record of Jaspreet Bhumira, who took the most wickets by an Indian bowler in a single season in the T20 league.
Bumrah had taken 27 wickets in previous matches. The 30 wickets he has taken before this game is the highest wicket by a bowler in the league stage of an IPL season.
KKR chased down the target of 139 for 139 in 19.4 overs for the loss of 6 wickets. Starters Gill and Iyer gave KKR a strong start before being knocked out by Herschel. Gill scored 29 off 18 balls and Iyer scored 26 off 30 balls.
After the arrival of Sunil Narine, KKR expedited their chase. The Caribbean cricketer hit 26 off 15 balls with three sixes.
Apart from Harshal, Yusvendra Sahal and Mohammad Siraj took two wickets apiece for RCB.
Initially, RCB captain Virat Kohli won the toss and elected to bat. The goalie scored 39 off 33 balls while RCB scored 138 for 7 in 20 overs. Narine took four balls for KKR and was on the ball.
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