IPL 2018: Rahane’s resistance goes in vain, SRH beat Rajasthan Royals to go on top

SRH moved to the top of the table beating RR

SRH moved to the top of the table beating RR          Image source: IPL

XtraTime Web Desk: Sun Risers Hyderabad moved to the top of the table as they beat Rajasthan Royals by 11 runs. SRH skipper Kane Williamson won the toss and chooses to bat first but the batting worry continues for them as they just managed to score 151 runs in 20 overs for the loss of seven wickets. Rajasthan scored 140 in twenty overs for the loss of six wickets.

Alex Hales and skipper Kane Williamson batted well as Hales scored 45 runs and Williamson scored 63. Jofra Archer picked three wickets by giving 26 runs in his four overs. Krishnappa Gowtham picked couple of wickets while Ish Sodhi and Jaydev Unadkat got wicket a piece.

Rajasthan skipper Ajinkya Rahane played well as he scored 65 runs Sanju Samson missed his half century and got out when he was batting on 40.

It was a great bowling performance again by the bowlers of Sun Risers Hyderabad as Siddarth Kaul picked two wickets Sandeep Sharma, Basil Thampi, Rashid Khan and Yusuf Pathan got a wicket each. Sandeep was very economical asw he gave just 15 runs in his four overs. Siddarth also bowled well as he conceded 23 runs in four overs.

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