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IPL 2021: Match 6, SRH VS RCB - Royal Challengers Ranking Player Bangalore

 IPL 2021: Match 6, SRH VS RCB - Royal Challengers Ranking Player Bangalore

With that victory, the challengers moved to the table with a net runway 0.175.

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Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), after defeating Mumbai Indians (MI), has now defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) with six runs at the Chidambaram MA Stadium in Chennai. For a portion of the contest on Thursday, Virat Kohli and CO find themselves behind eight balls.

However, some brilliant bowling at death ensured that they secured victory from the jaw defeat. After winning a throw, the sun sets limiting the challengers to 149, the score that looked less equivalent in Chepauk.

David Warner and Stand 83-Run Manish Pandey kept RCB in the Gulf for a while. But once they came out, the orange army collapsed like a card hand. In two examples, sunset wobbly in pursuit. As far as RCB concerning, they moved to the table.

Here is the RCB player ranking for the SRH VS RCB match:

Virat Kohli-7/10.

Virat Kohli was careful during his knock. He destroyed four crawling in 29 balls 33. Jason Bowler's holder who quickly got rid of the RCB captain when the last tried to climb ante with some power.

Devdutt Padikkal- 3/10.

Devdutt Padikkal started the knock with some elegant crawl. But he could not continue after Bhuvneshwar Kumar contributed his goal. Batsman left hand managed to escape from 13 balls.

Shahbaz Ahmed- 9.5 / 10

Shahbaz Ahmed got 10 balls 14 while hitting. But it's a bowling that does the trick for challengers. On two overs he bent, spinner left arm took the goalkeeper Pandey Manish, Jonny Bairstow and Abdul Samad.

Glenn Maxwell- 9.5 / 10

Glenn Maxwell showed a lot of maturity when he got his first half-century IPL after the 2016 edition. Victoria managed 59 escaping from 41 balls and the knock mixed with five noble quarters and three six.

AB De Viliers- 1/10

AB De Villiers did not have a nice day with bats in hand. He came to bat in number five and could only manage one run. Rashid Khan, who accounted for his valuable goal on the 14th.

Washington Sundar- 4/10.

Washington Sundar was revealed to number six after opening in the first match. But he came out after scoring eight runs from 11 balls. In two overs he Bincul, Sundar gave 14 runs with seven dot delivery.

Daniel Christian- 2.5 / 10

Daniel Christian doesn't have a good way out. He perished at T Natarajan after coming to bats at number seven. With balls, veterans are entrusted only to be alone where it gives seven walks.

Kyle Jamieson- 7/10.

Kyle Jamieson turned out to be the most expensive Bowler for RCB when he leaked walking at 10 per end. But he also appreciated the all-important goal from David Warner, who hit 54 at a strike speed of around 150.

Harshal Patel- 9/10.

Patel Harshal supports his appearance against MI with an impressive show. In four overs, he gave 25 runs and also got the Important goal Vijay Shankar and Shahbaz Nadeem at the Death Overs.

Mohammed Siraj - 9/10.

Mohammed Siraj sharply in the first two overs after that he leaked walking in the third. However, Pacer returned and got the Wriddhiman Saha goal and Jason's holder. Pacer left for 25 running and paid a girl too.

Yuzvendra Chahal- 6/10.

Yuzvendra Chahal became shaky for the second time in a row. But he is quite economical this time. In the four overs, the Leg-Spin Bowler gave 29 walks to go with nine dot delivery.