Within the seventh match of IPL 2021 performed at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium, Rajasthan Royals defeated Delhi Capitals by three wickets. Batting first, Delhi Capitals scored 147 for eight wickets in alloted 20 overs. In reply, Rajasthan Royals, who misplaced 5 wickets for simply 42 runs, chased down the goal with solely two balls remaining.
Chris Morris and David Miller have been the heroes of Rajasthan’s first win in IPL 2021. Miller performed an explosive innings of 62 runs off 43 balls with seven fours and two sixes. Morris, however, scored unbeaten 36 off 18 balls with 4 sixes. With this defeat, DC have slipped to fourth place in Factors Desk.
IPL 2201 Factors Desk: Seven matches have been performed in IPL 2021 thus far. After seven video games, Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore is on prime within the IPL 2021 Factors Desk. RCB has performed two matches and received each. Defending champions Mumbai Indians are at quantity two with one win and one defeat. Punjab Kings are third with one win from one match.
IPL Orange Cap: Primarily based on the seven matches performed thus far in IPL, Nitish Rana of Kolkata Knight Riders holds the Orange Cap. Nitish has scored 137 runs in two matches thus far and tops the record. Rajasthan Royals captain Sanju Samson is at quantity two with 123 runs. Sunrisers Hyderabad’s Manish Pandey is at quantity three with 99 runs.
1. Nitish Rana (KKR) – 137 runs from 2 matches
2. Sanju Samson (RR) – 123 runs from 2 matches
3. Manish Pandey (SRH) – 99 runs from 2 matches
4. Glenn Maxwell (RCB) – 98 runs from 2 matches
5. Shikhar Dhawan (DC) – 94 runs from 2 matches
IPL 2021 Purple Cap: Harshal Patel of Royal Challengers Bangalore at the moment holds the IPL 2021 Purple Cap. Patel has taken seven wickets in two matches. Andre Russell of Kolkata Knight Riders with 6 wickets holds second place. Avesh Khan of Delhi Capitals with 5 wickets is at quantity three.
1. Harshal Patel (RCB) – 7 wickets from 2 matches
2. Andre Russell (KKR) – 6 wickets from 2 matches
3. Avesh Khan (DC) – 5 wickets from 2 matches
4. Rashid Khan (SRH) – 4 wickets from 2 matches
5. Chris Woakes (DC) – 4 wickets from 2 matches