The first knock(ed)-out !

It is indeed a sad sight to see a team of such a stature reeling in the bottom of the game. RCB has looked to forget winning. After a dismal performance in Kolkata, RCB was returning back to its fort and everyone thought of change in the game. But things remained same. The batting display was bad from the side of RCB. Losing half the side for 60/5 in 9.3 doesn’t really help WhatsApp Image 2017-04-28 at 1.18.46 AM

GL will be mighty pleased with their performance. What started with a feeble bowling attack has suddenly looked a well balanced team. That’s the beauty of the game. Well, another win for them largely provided by their worthy bowlers. Andrew Tye registered the figures of 4-12-3 and was amiably supported by Jadeja who came back to form with good all-round performance with ball and in field.

Samuel badree brought the RCB in the scheme of things when he reduced GL for 23/2 in 4.1 overs. But after that it was all GL’s game. Aaron Finch (72) looked in some form today as he hit the fastest fifty by a GL batsman. (22 ball).

All in all a good display by Gujrat as they improve their performance. For RCB, the tournament is virtually over. Only luck, some sheer hard-work and bad performance of the competitor can save them. Till then, see ya.

RCB- 134/10
GL- 135/3(13.5)

Pic courtesy : iplt20.com

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