RR Vs KKR, IPL 2019, 21st Match: Rajasthan Lose By 8 Wickets In Unilateral Match, Chris Lynn's Century

Kolkata Knight Riders defeated Rajasthan Royals by eight wickets on Sunday in the Indian Premier League (IPL) match. The match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Rajasthan Royals was played at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium.
Kolkata Knight Riders stopped Rajasthan Royals by 139 runs on three wickets in the 21st match of IPL. In reply, Kolkata Knight Riders openers Chris Lynn and Sunil Narine batted with unbroken batting. KKR beat Rajasthan by eight wickets in 13.5 overs, losing 140 runs for 2 wickets.

In the match, Chris Chris Lynn scored 50 runs in 32 balls and Sunil Narine scored 47 runs in 25 balls. Prior to Rajasthan, Steven Smith contributed seven fours and one six in 58 balls and played unbeaten 73 runs and Jos Buttler contributed 37 runs for 34 balls with 5 fours and a six.

Rahul Tripathi made six and Ben Stokes unbeaten seven runs. Harry Gurney, playing his first match in the IPL on behalf of Kolkata took two and Prasidh Krishna took one wicket.

The mistake of handing the delivery to Krishnappa Gowtham in front of Sunil Narine

Rajasthan captain Ajinkya Rahane initially made a mistake of handing the ball to Krishnappa Gautam in front of Sunil Narine. In front of the spinners, the well-performing Sunil Narine has four fours and a six in the second over of the off-spinner innings to collect 23 runs.
In the meantime, luck also supported KKR. In the over, Rahul Tripathi left the easy catch of Sunil Narine, while the next ball touch Chris Lynn's wickets but bails did not fall. It was the third over of the match. If Rajasthan Royals did not miss these two occasions, then the match could have been different.

Starting of unilateral victory by making 65 runs in the Powerplay

KKR started a one-sided win by scoring 65 runs in the six overs of powerplay. Chris Lynn gave full support to Sunil Narine. The pitch on which the Royals batsmen were fighting to make runs, they both scored runs smoothly.

Rajasthan scored 139 runs, which not enough

Rajasthan Royals' team got 139 runs on three wickets after getting the first invitation for batting. This is the lowest score after losing three or fewer wickets in IPL by playing the full 20 overs.
Steven Smith scored an unbeaten 73 in 59 balls, including seven fours and a six. He shared a 72-run partnership with Jos Buttler (37 off 34 balls) for the second wicket.

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