Friends, only this much goes on from this match, for the second match of today, where Delhi has decided to bat first after winning the toss. Hi…

With the help of 85-run partnership between Ryan Parag (42) and Rahul Tewatia (45), Rajasthan lost the match by 5 wickets. What an amazing victory for Smith & Army. Rahul Teotia once again the hero of victory. Catch drop of pollen cost Hyderabad dearly, but after that this young man showed how to redeem the opportunity he got. The team was nowhere in the match for 15 overs but this partnership turned everything around. The way the above three batsmen returned cheaply, it seemed that Rajasthan fell behind, but what happened later shocked everyone. In the 17th over, 14 runs given by Rashid Khan brought the momentum to the team and after that it was rained out. By the way, the bowlers of Hyderbad kept the match, but they say that if they left the match, they left the match.

19.5 overs (6 runs) Six !!! Ohoho, Rajasthan has won this match by 5 wickets. Ahahaha, what a wonderful contest there has been here. Rajasthan, looking like losing the match by a large margin, won the ball 5 wickets in the first match. This is the thrill of T20. SRH vs RR: Match 26: It’s a SIX! Riyan Parag hits Khaleel Ahmed. Rajasthan Royals 163/5 (19.5 Ov). Target: 159; RRR:

19.4 overs (1 run) struck in front. Got a single run. 2 ball 2 run needed. Will it be another super over?

19.3 overs (2 runs) Misfield at mid-wicket by Shankar and got two runs in one place. Cutter read the ball and played it on the leg side and scored two runs. 3 ball 3 runs needed.

19.2 overs (1 run) This time, the root ball was hit in the front and got a single. 4 ball 5 runs needed.

19.1 overs (2 runs), hit the front ball and got two runs. 5 ball 6 runs needed.

18.6 overs (1 run) Another single !! A great over finish. A partnership of 73 runs brought the match to them. 6 ball 8 run |

Took 18.5 overs (1 run) single for a run on the off side with sensibility here.

18.4 overs (6 runs) Six !!! Oooho, the combat is completely open here. Teotia is bringing victory from everyone’s mouth. The yorker, playing a ram shot, hit the fine leg boundary and got a six. SRH vs RR: Match 26: It’s a SIX! Rahul Tewatia hits T Natarajan. Rajasthan Royals 149/5 (18.4 Ov). Target: 159; RRR: 7.50

18.3 overs (4 runs) fours !! Rahul on fire !! But the way David beats Mid-off, he has to be praised. 9 balls required 16 runs. SRH vs RR: Match 26: Rahul Tewatia hits T Natarajan for a 4! Rajasthan Royals 143/5 (18.3 Ov). Target: 159; RRR: 10.67

18.2 overs (1 run) played the ball in the direction of covers and will get only one run. 10 balls needed 20 runs.

18.1 overs (1 run) Low full toss ball played over the point. Fielder Fielder only got 1 run present.

17.6 overs (0 runs) Single came in the form of leg bye. 12 balls needed 22 runs.

17.5 overs (0 runs) Oops !! A lot happened on this ball. The ball first hit Rahul’s bat and after hitting the keeper’s pads, the bails on the wickets did not fall. Although the lights were lit, the bells did not fall down. Luck supported the batsman.

17.4 overs (4 runs) Hatric fours !!! This time he picked up the ball in the direction of the covers and scored four runs from the gap. Oooho, bringing the match back to itself, Rahul is executing the feat once again. SRH vs RR: Match 26: Rahul Tewatia hits Rashid Khan for a 4! Rajasthan Royals 136/5 (17.4 Ov). Target: 159; RRR: 9.86

17.3 overs (4 runs) Another reverse sweep another four !! Rashid Khan could not understand and the batsman made the match come back. SRH vs RR: Match 26: Rahul Tewatia hits Rashid Khan for a 4! Rajasthan Royals 132/5 (17.3 Ov). Target: 159; RRR: 10.8

17.2 overs (4 runs) reverse sweep and fours !! These shorts play quite well, Tewatiya, whose sample he has presented here. The ball of the right line played comfortably in the gap and achieved fours. SRH vs RR: Match 26: Rahul Tewatia hits Rashid Khan for a 4! Rajasthan Royals 128/5 (17.2 Ov). Target: 159; RRR: 11.62

17.1 overs (1 run) leg spin !! Played the ball in the direction of the third man. Got a single run.

16.6 overs (1 run) Pulling towards mid-wicket, took a single.

16.5 overs (4 runs) FOUR !!! Back to back boundary | Returning to Rajasthan match here Sweep the forward ball over the keeper. Four runs off the boundary line after eating a single ball. SRH vs RR: Match 26: Riyan Parag hits Sandeep Sharma for a 4! Rajasthan Royals 122/5 (16.5 Ov). Target: 159; RRR: 11.68

16.4 overs (4 runs) FOUR !!! Played the short ball in the length above the point. Ball Rashid went into the gap to catch him. But could not stop the ball from going outside the boundary line. Four runs found outside the boundary line of the ball. SRH vs RR: Match 26: Riyan Parag hits Sandeep Sharma for a 4! Rajasthan Royals 118/5 (16.4 Ov). Target: 159; RRR: 12.30

16.3 overs (1 run) went to play full toss ball towards mid-wicket. Taking the inner edge of the bat started going to the ball pads. Managed to take 1 run fast

16.2 overs (2 runs) scored 2 runs while punching the ball forward for long off.

16.1 overs (6 runs) Six !!!! Tewatiya pulls a slow ball on the good length, towards mid-wicket. The ball went straight and got six in the stand. SRH vs RR: Match 26: It’s a SIX! Rahul Tewatia hits Sandeep Sharma. Rajasthan Royals 111/5 (16.1 Ov). Target: 159; RRR: 12.52

15.6 overs (6 runs) The end of the over with sixes. He took full advantage of the life of Pollen and he managed to hit the ball across the boundary line. 24 ball 54 runs needed. SRH vs RR: Match 26: It’s a SIX! Riyan Parag hits Khaleel Ahmed. Rajasthan Royals 105/5 (16.0 Ov). Target: 159; RRR: 13.50

15.5 overs (2 runs) The ball once again went into the air but fell in No Men’s Land. Run quickly and complete two runs.

15.4 overs (1 run) Cut the ball towards the point but did not get the gap.

15.3 overs (1 run) Catch drop !! Missed Priyam Garg, left a simple catch. Pollen donated life on 12 runs. The short length ball was pulled and the ball blossomed in the air.

15.2 overs (1 run) Good length ball hit to the front. Pandey cut the ball and stopped it on a single.

15.1 overs (0 runs) played outside the off stump, played towards mid off but no gap was found.

 

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