- Rishabh Pant had a 'brain-fade' moment during the IPL game against Rajasthan Royals
- He messed up run-out chance by taking the bails off without gathering the ball
- RR then went on to win the match from an improbable situation
- The Rajasthan Royals (150/7) beat the Delhi Capitals (147/8) with 3 wickets and 2 balls to spare
- David Miller top-scored for the Royals with a 43-ball 62
- Jaydev Unadkat was adjudged player-of-the-match for his spell of 3/15 from four overs
Mumbai, Par 15 (PTI) Even the presence of proven performers David Miller and Chris Morris was not assuring enough for Rajasthan Royals skipper Sanju Samson, who thought the two destructive ...
Mumbai, Apr 15 (PTI) David Miller's combative 43-ball 62 and Chris Morris' timely onslaught (36 not out) powered Rajasthan Royals to a dramatic three-wicket win over Delhi Capitals in their IPL ...
- Chetan Sakariya opened the bowling for RR with Mustafizur Rahman
- He picked up three wickets and conceded only 31 runs from his four overs
- Sakariya took a blinder of a catch to dismiss Nicholas Pooran
- The wicket-keeper batsman hit seven sixes and 12 fours in his 119 off 63 balls
- On the penultimate ball, Samson refused a single to retain strike for the last ball
- Rajasthan Royals fell short by 4 runs
Mumbai, Apr 12 (PTI) Rajasthan Royals won the toss and opted to field in their opening game against Punjab Kings in the IPL here on Monday.
- Skipper Virat Kohli is pivotal to Royal Challengers Bangalore's hopes of winning a maiden IPL title
- Ben Stokes has proved his worth across all formats and his form with bat and ball will be crucial
- Steve Smith, released by Rajasthan Royals, was bought by Delhi Capitals for $300,000
- Rajasthan Royals bought Chris Morris for Rs 16.25 crore
- Lethal with the ball, and destructive with the bat - Chris Morris is a force to be reckoned with
- He will be expected to lead the RR pace attack in Jofra Archer's absence
New Delhi, Apr 7 (PTI) A restructured Rajasthan Royals will aim to build a new legacy but a weak Indian contingent and overdependence on foreign recruits could hurt the inaugural edition ...