Rajat Patidar became the first uncapped Indian player. It is a new record in the history of Indian Premier League (IPL). He got this record at a game that was held at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Wednesday.
Rajat Patidar, the batsman of Royal Challengers Bangalore acquired 112 from 54 and registered a record. With the help of Patidar Royal Challengers Bangalore scored 207/4 from 20 overs.
Manish Pandey was an uncapped player in playoffs/knock-out matches with 94 runs. It was during the 2014 edition of IPL. The other record holders are Manish Pandey (114) against Deccan Chargers in 2009, Paul Valthaty (120) the player of Chennai Super Kings and Devdutt Padikkal (101) player of Royal Challengers in 2021.
The game at Eden Gardens in Kolkata is between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Lucknow SuperGiants. The Royal Challengers Bangalore got a big score of 207/4 in 20 overs with the help of Rajat Patidar (112) as well as wicketkeeper batsman Dinesh Karthik. It was the day of the RCB team and the batsmen were in full form. The batsmen of the team sent the ball to every part of the ground. The team landed in a safe place.
The game started with the batting of Royal Challengers Bangalore. The beginning was not hopeful as Faf Du Plessis returned without score. Pacer Mohsin Khan too went to the pavilion. His ball was caught by Quinton De Kock. The batsman Virat Kohli and Rajat Patidar anchored in the field. They rejuvenated the Royal Challengers Bangalore. Virat Kohli sent the ball to the boundary two times. Compatriots Virat Kohli and Rajat Patidar took 52/1.
Virat Kohli, who supported Patidar, was dismissed. Then Glenn Maxwell reached for batting and began to hit the opposite bowlers. Patidar made a half century from just 28 balls. Karthik took 37. At the end of the game, RCB took 207/4 in their 20 overs.
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