RR vs DC IPL 2024: RR beat delhi by 12 runs


RR vs DC IPL 2024: RR beat delhi by 12 runs

On Thursday,a match has been played between the Rajasthan Royals and Delhi Capital at sawai mansingh stadium Jaipur. Delhi Capitals won the toss and chose to bowl first. Rajasthan Royals were shaken to their bones in the first half of their innings,they lost 5 wickets within 10 over. However,Riyan Parag led the way as they fought back and ended up putting up a total of 185/5 in 20 overs. Parag creamed 25 runs in the last over bowled by Anrich Nortje and finished unbeaten on 84 off 45 balls.

DC then came out and got off to a quick start initially but Nandre Burger then dismissed Mitchell Marsh and Ricky Bhui in the same over. This brought out DC captain Rishabh Pant into the middle in the fourth over. However, DC's chase took too long to get going and when it did, it was too late. David Warner fell to Avesh Khan on 49 after which Pant was dismissed by Chahal for 28 off 26 balls. Tristan Stubbs gave DC a glimmer of hope towards the end but it was too late by then. Stubbs stayed unbeaten on 44 off 23 and Delhi Capitals were restricted to a score of 173/5 in 20 overs.

Spectacular performance by Riyan Parag

Young batter Riyan Parag emerged as the architect of Rajasthan Royals' triumph over Delhi Capitals in the IPL match held on Thursday. Despite battling illness for the past three days, Parag's remarkable innings of 84 not out off 45 balls spearheaded Rajasthan Royals to a thrilling 12-run victory.
Often touted as a prodigious talent, the 22-year-old from Assam showcased maturity beyond his years as he propelled Rajasthan Royals to a formidable total of 185. Parag's exceptional performance earned him the Player of the Match award, marking a significant breakthrough in his cricketing journey

Despite facing scrutiny in previous seasons, Parag's perseverance and dedication finally paid off, with his elevated role at No. 4 proving instrumental in Rajasthan Royals' success. His stellar domestic form preceding the IPL season further bolstered his confidence and performance on the field.
Rajasthan royal's mentor Kumar Sangakkara said about parag "we all felt that he has much more important role that he can play for us. And the hard work he did leading up to the season, all the runs he scored at domestic cricket, all played part in that decision. "