Abu Dhabi: In the IPL 2020, the winning team of the first season Rajasthan Royals had started well, but now the team started on the losing track. In the 20th match of this tournament played on Tuesday, Gatavijeta Mumbai Indians have defeated the Royals by 57 runs.
This crushing defeat is Rajasthan Royals’ third consecutive defeat this season. Meanwhile, we are going to tell you. After all, what were those reasons, due to which Rajasthan Royals hit a hat-trick of defeats and lost the match in front of MI’s platoon.
No early wickets found
Fielding after losing the toss, Rajasthan Royals (RR) could not get an early wicket during the innings of Mumbai Indians (MI). Due to which MI openers Quinton Deacock and Rohit Sharma added a stormy 49 runs in 4.5 overs for the first wicket.
And, that’s the match here in Abu Dhabi.
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Life gave to Hardik Pandya
In Death Overs, there is no dangerous batsman from Hardik Pandya in IPL and it is very heavy to leave his catch at the same time. Rajasthan Royals all rounder Tom Karan made a similar mistake. When he hit a catch of Hardik for 17 runs in the 16th over of MI’s innings. In the end, Pandya remained unbeaten till the end and played a quick knock of 30 runs in 19 balls.
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Ankit Rajput proved expensive
Fast bowler Ankit Rajpoot (Ankit Rajpoot), returning to the Rajasthan Royals team from this match against Mumbai Indians, proved to be very expensive. Rajput plundered 42 runs in 3 overs with an expensive economy of 14.
Rajasthan lost 3 wickets in first three overs
Chasing the target of 195 runs from Mumbai, Rajasthan Royals had a very disappointing start. Rajasthan lost the wickets of big batsmen like Yashasvi Jaiswal, Captain Steve Smith and Sanju Samson in the first 3 overs during their innings. After these start shakes, the team could not return to the match.
All the batsmen were flopped except for Butler
Rajasthan Royals’ team opener Jos Buttler played an explosive innings of 70 runs in this match, but he failed to win his team. Because none of the Royals batsmen at the other end could support Butler for much longer.