RR vs LSG: In the 62nd match of IPL 2022, Rajasthan Royals won the match. Rajasthan, led by Sanju Samson, registered a 24-run win against Lucknow Super Giants.
Rajasthan successfully defended the score of 178 and restricted the Lucknow team to 154 runs.
Mumbai: In the second match of Super Sunday in IPL 2022, Rajasthan Royals made the playoff race more exciting by defeating Lucknow Supergiants (Lucknow super giants vs Rajasthan royals).
Now both the teams have 16-16 points in 13 matches, but on the basis of better run rate, Rajasthan has slipped from third to second while Lucknow from second to third.
In the last three matches, the team batting first on this pitch had twice scored above 200, which the opposition team could not achieve, but the score of 179 runs could not be chased tonight.
Wickets kept falling at regular intervals and KL & Co lost the match by 24 runs. The entire team could only score 154 runs together.
Rajasthan Royals (RR) have once again defeated Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) in IPL 2022.
Rajasthan team, which won the match by first three runs, defeated Lucknow by 24 runs this time.
LSG could manage only 154 runs after losing 8 wickets
In the match played at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai, RR scored 178. In reply, LSG could manage only 154 runs after losing 8 wickets in the allotted 20 overs.
Deepak Hooda (59) scored the most runs for Lucknow. Apart from him, Marcus Stoinis contributed 27 and Krunal Pandya contributed 25 runs.
At the same time, Trent Boult, Famous Krishna and Obed McCoy took 2-2 wickets for Rajasthan.
Yuzvendra Chahal and Ravichandran Ashwin got one wicket each. With this win, Rajasthan team has moved to second place in the points table.
They have 16 points from 13 matches after 8 wins and 5 losses. Lucknow (16 points) has slipped to the third position.
Lucknow made a disappointing start
Chasing the target, Lucknow made a disappointing start and lost two wickets for a total of 15. Fast bowler Trent Bold gave two blows to LSG in the third over.
He showed the way to the pavilion to opener Quinton de Kock on the first ball, who was caught on point by Jimmy Neesham. He scored 7 runs in 8 balls. He hit a four.
After this, Ayush Badoni (0) became lbw on the second ball of the over. Boult deflects Badoni with an in-swing on the off stump.
As soon as the ball hit the pad, the umpire raised his finger. However, Rahul was not satisfied with the decision and took a review, to no avail.