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Sports News
Bravo, Thakur help CSK restrict RCB at 156/6
 
Sharjah, Despite half centuries by Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli and fellow opener, Chennai Super Kings restricted the side at 156/6 in first innings of match 35 of IPL 2021 here on Friday.

A match, which was delayed by 15 minutes due to sandstorm, saw Dwayne Bravo (3/24) and Shardul Thakur (2/29) power back in the match despite RCB being 110/0 at one stage.

Making the most out of the fresh Sharjah surface, Virat Kohli and Devdutt Paddikal provided a strong start to RCB on with 55 runs off it after opting to bat first. The free flow of runs started from the word go with Deepak Chahar conceding three boundaries in the first over.

Introduction of spinner Ravindra Jadeja, after the field restrictions being off, did little to stop help CSK with the RCB duo smashing nine boundaries and three sixes by the 10th over to take the score to 90.

Paddikal then was the first to reach his fifty through a boundary at the end of the 12th over. Kohli did the same at the beginning of the next over to reach his half century but fell to Dwayne Bravo right after at 53 runs.

The crucial wicket slowed down the run rate with Paddikal (70 runs off 50 balls) and AB de Villiers (12 off 11) stitching a 23-ball 29 partnership for the second wicket.

The duo fell in the 17th over of consecutive deliveries to Shardul Thakur, leaving RCB suddenly stuttering at 140/3.

CSK bowlers further tightened the noose by giving away just 16 runs in the last three overs to restrict CSK at 156/6.

RCB's debutant Singapore cricketer Tim David had a forgettable outing with just 1 run to his name before falling to Chahar (1/35) in the 19th over.

Bravo (3/24) gave away just two runs in the last over of Glenn Maxwell (11 off 9) and Harshal Patel (3 off 5).


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KERALA NEWS
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INTERNATIONAL NEWS
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NATIONAL NEWS
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