The Rajasthan Royals found themselves in trouble as they sought to track down an average of 150 against CSK. The team knew they were heading towards a tight end if they lost this match with the Delhi Capitals and RCB still in a riot. They threw the ball well to limit CSK to just 150/6 despite Muin Ali and Devon Conway using great defenders; At one point they were 84/1 through 7. Pulling things out of there and limiting them to 150 degrees was a fantastic effort to say the least.
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Now, while they were hitting, they had victory in sight. Suddenly, they stuttered and dropped to 95/4. Ravi Ashwin came and then “kicked out David Warner” in himself to finish things off. He scored 40 of 23 balls and remained undefeated. Skipper Sanju Samson, who scored 15 of 20 balls, walked out in the presentation after the game, praising Ashwin. Reveal how hard he trained in the net.
“Ashwin has done a great job and has become a great all-round founder for us. He hits the net a lot before the season.”
“I feel comfortable. The way we played throughout the league stage stands out a lot. We had great matches where almost everyone stood to win matches. We deserve to be in this position and that’s how I feel. “It was important to understand that the wicket was good and that they kept going,” Samson said.
CSK was played earlier in the innings by Moin Ali who slammed 93 throws. Despite his efforts, they managed to achieve an overall below average. But the threat was real, said Samson.
“It’s hard to stop someone like Moin Ali. It was nice to go for a run. We knew we could believe our players would come back stronger, we came back stronger than expected to only give 75 after the powerplay. I wanted to bring McCoy when the powerplay was finished and he was more confident And rest. He has used his changes as he matures as a cricketer well.”
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