IPL Live 2022: RR vs LSG IPL 2022: Rajasthan beat Lucknow in a thrilling match, 15 runs could not be scored in the last over

By | April 11, 2022

In IPL 2022, there was a fierce match between Lucknow-Rajasthan on Sunday evening. In this match that went till the last over, Rajasthan defeated Lucknow by 3 runs.

In the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022, there was an exciting match between Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) on Sunday (April 10) which went till the last over. Rajasthan had given a target of 166 runs to Lucknow, but Lucknow could not cross it.

The match went till the last over and Lucknow needed 15 runs. But young Kuldeep Sen showed amazing in the last over and did not allow 15 runs in front of a batsman like Marcus Stoinis. Rajasthan Royals beat Lucknow Super Giants by 3 runs in a thrilling match.

Full thrill of the last two overs

Lucknow Super Giants needed 34 runs in the last two overs. With Lucknow’s Marcus Stoinis and Avesh Khan at the crease, the challenge was how to reduce the score. In the 19th over, the famous Krishna from Rajasthan came to the crease and looted 19 runs.

Marcus Stoinis hit two sixes and a four in this over and brought his team back into the match. Lucknow needed 15 runs in the last over and Kuldeep Sen took the lead for Rajasthan.

20th over of Lucknow’s innings – (Bowler – Kuldeep Sen)

  • 19.1 overs – 1 run (Avesh Khan)
  • 19.2 overs – 0 runs (Marcus Stoinis)
  • 19.3 overs – 0 runs (Marcus Stoinis)
  • 19.4 overs – 0 runs (Marcus Stoinis)
  • 19.5 Overs – 4 Runs (Marcus Stoinis)
  • 19.6 Overs – 6 Runs (Marcus Stoinis)

Lucknow Super Giants Innings (162/8, 20 Overs)

Lucknow’s start was very poor and captain KL Rahul became clean bowled on the very first ball. In the same direction K. Gautam also lost his wicket. The condition of Lucknow was such that the team had lost its four wickets in the first ten overs. In this match for Lucknow, KL Rahul, K. Gautam, Jason Holder and Ayush Badoni could not even touch the double figure.

Quinton de Kock was once again holding one end, who played an innings of 39 runs. In the end, Marcus Stoinis scored 38 runs in 17 balls, during which he hit two fours and 4 sixes. At one point it seemed that he would win the match for his team, but it was difficult to score 15 runs in the last over.

  • 1st wicket – KL Rahul 0 runs (1-0)
  • Second wicket – K. Gautam 0 runs (2-1)
  • Third wicket – Jason Holder 8 runs (3-14)
  • Fourth wicket- Deepak Hooda 25 runs (4-52)
  • Fifth wicket – Ayush Badoni 5 runs (5-74)
  • Sixth wicket- Quinton de Kock 39 runs (6-101)
  • Seventh wicket – Krunal Pandya 22 runs (7-102)
  • Eighth wicket – Dushmanta Chamira 13 runs (8-126)

Rajasthan Royals innings (165/6, 20 overs)

Rajasthan Royals got a quick start in this match and once again Jos Buttler-Devdutt Padikkal added 42 runs for the first wicket. But after this, the team got a quick setback and captain Sanju Samson, Devdutt Padikal, Rasi Dusen also started moving quickly.

Shimron Hetmyer made the real deal for the Rajasthan Royals, who changed gears after his catch was dropped that Lucknow had no answer for him. Hetmyer played an innings of 59 runs in 36 balls, which included one four and 6 sixes.

Apart from Shimron Hetmyer, Ravichandran Ashwin also scored 28 runs in 23 balls, which also included 2 sixes. On the basis of these innings, Rajasthan Royals could reach the score of 165.

  • 1st wicket – Jos Buttler 13 runs (42-1)
  • Second wicket – Sanju Samson 13 runs (60-2)
  • Third wicket – Devdutt Padikkal 29 runs (64-3)
  • Fourth wicket- Rassi Dusen 4 runs (67-4)
  • Fifth wicket – Ravichandran Ashwin 28 runs (135-5) retired out
  • Sixth wicket – Riyan Parag 8 runs (163-6)

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