Orange Cap and Purple Cap ranking after SRH and RCB match (updated)


Speed ​​bowler Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Harshall Patel has removed Andre Russell at the top of the IPL 2021 Purple Cap list and now has 7 wickets to his name. There was no change to the Orange Cap roster, as batsman Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) sits beautifully at the top of the pile with 137 runs. Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) batsman followed his undefeated No. 61 against KKR with 39 38 balls tonight, thus breaking into the top three in the IPL 2021 Orange Cap with 99 points. Teammate Johnny Bayerstow managed only 12 games against RCB, but he finished ninth after scoring 55 of 40 balls in the previous game, and it appears that RCB superstar Glenn Maxwell has found his magic in the league. He scored his first fifty IPL in five years and moved up to fourth on the Orange Cap list with 98 rounds. His captain, Virat Kohli, has completed the top ten with 66 points from two matches so far. RCB Tailor Harshal Patel knocked Andre Russell off the table [Credits: IPL]In the IPL 2021 Purple Cap, SRH Leggie star Rashid Khan moved into the top three after returning to an impressive double digit for 18 tonight. He hit 2 wickets each in the first 2 matches. Hijacker Jason Holder, who played his debut in IPL 2021 tonight, picked 3 wickets and threw himself into seventh place, and Shahbaz Ahmed, RCB’s winning card against SRH, was one place above Holder in sixth place. The Orthodox left-arm picked 3 versus 7 and turned the match upside down to give RCB his second successive victory. The event will now move to Mumbai where other high-scores competition the Rajasthan Royals (RR) and Delhi Capitals (DC) await. ). RR Team captain Sanju Samson has been looking to snatch the IPL 2021 Orange Cap from Rana, and the DC opening duo of Prithvi Shaw and Shikhar Dhawan are also not far away. Shahbaz Ahmed scored his best IPL against SRH tonight [Credits: IPL]

Triple wicket of 26-year-old Shahbaz Ahmed helped the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) return to the game with a narrow six-game victory over Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in Match 6 of IPL 2021 at MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Wednesday (14 April) RCB’s second successive victory put them top of the Premier League table in 2021, while David Warner’s children are seventh after losing their second match in the trot, and after Warner’s win by drawing and picking, Bofneshwar Kumar shook RCB in third place by removing the opening opener Devdutt Padikkal (11 of 13) with only 19 times on the board. Although they managed to pass the powerplay without further damage, the move to promote Shahbaz Ahmed (14 of 10) failed as the RCB lost him from the first ball after mandatory court restrictions. Fruitful RCB Stand worth 44 exercises from 36 balls. But once Jason Holder (3 to 30) ditched Kohli for 29 balls and 33, the onus fell on Maxwell (59 out of 41) to get an RCB in the total. The 14.25 crore signature didn’t disappoint, smashing the first fifty IPLs since 2016 and pushing his team to 149 for 8. In response, SRH didn’t have the best starts as Mohamed Serraj was in charge of Wriddhiman Saha (1 of 9) in the third. Captain David Warner (54 of 37) and Manish Pandey (38 of 39) rigged the second wicket holder 83 times to place the SRH in the driver’s seat. But what followed was closer to all of the IPL 2021 matches played in Chennai this season, with all of the bats’ hitters knocked out as the game started. The knockout was delivered by the left roundabout Shahbaz Ahmed (3 out of 7), who dislodged Johnny Bayersto (12 of 13), Manish Pandey (38 of 39) and Abdul Samad (0 of 2) at the end of 17. Although Rashid Khan had Pumped some momentum into the chase with 9 balls 17, however Harshal Patel (2 vs 25) caught his nerve to restrict SRH to 143 for 9. Posted April 15, 2021, 00:36 IST Sign In / Sign Up for Reply.

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