VVS Laxman was in the stands for the match between RCB and LSG. (Image for representational use)© BCCI / IPL
Rajat Patidar is not the unlikely hero for the Royal Challengers Bangalore team against Lucknow Super Giants in the 2022 Indian Premier League (IPL) Knockout Tournament on Wednesday. He scored 112 games unbeaten as RCB scored 207/4 in 20 rounds. LSG missed 14 times in the chase. Patidar’s rounds stood out in the game as he hit 12 rounds and seven sixth rounds. Three of those max points were in round 16, played with a foot cam Ravi Bishnoi. One of the six flies through the deep middle and has VVS Laxmanformer Indian cricket team player and current NCA director, in awe.
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Patidar has indeed taken possession of the biggest period of his fledgling career with a great hundred bringing Royal Challengers Bangalore closer to the finals after beating Lucknow Super Giants by 14 runs in the IPL Eliminator.
RCB will meet Rajasthan Royals in the Second Qualifier on Friday, a match that will decide the Gujarat Titans’ opposition to Sunday’s final. Courtesy Patidar’s 112 ball doesn’t come out, which includes 12 quads and seven giant balls, RCB really knocks out the cramming of the LSG attack, stakes an impressive 207 for 4 out of 20 passes via.
For LSG, the only saving grace is that Mohsin Khan’s metric is 1 to 25.
In the reply, KL Rahul78 out of 59 balls didn’t make much of an impact that bolstered his personal run as LSG finished 193rd with six in 20 rounds.
If Patidar’s hundreds set it up brilliantly for RCB, no praise will be enough for excellence. Harshal Patel (4-0-25-1), the number 18 full of wide shots and cross variations decided to tilt the game in his team’s favor.
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