On Sunday night, the DY Patil Sports Academy in Mumbai, which has 47 borders, recorded 413 runs, while Panjab Kings and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) wrote a high-scoring thriller in which Mayank Agarwal slammed a strong 206 with further savings. However, the match witnessed an astonishing record for both teams, with one breaking the 15-year-old Indian Premier League (IPL) record.
Many boxes were marked on Sunday night in the Punjab, even though there was a day without pitchers. Arshadeep Singh confirmed his rescue with 1 in 37, which included the release of RCB captain Faf du Plessis at 88, while Rahul Chahar also had an impressive performance with 1 of 22 in four overs. However, the pair did not receive sufficient support from the other pitchers, because the PBKS allowed 23 extras in the first inning. It consists of five byes, six leg-byes and 12 widths.
The RCB pitchers also did not have a good day in defending a very large total. Without two quick goals, Mohammed Siraj lacked energy, Harshal Patel was helpless to step on the dew, and Wanindu Hasaranga, her main pitcher of the night, defeated the entire park. In addition, the RCB attack received 22 bonuses during the match, consisting of leg-bye and 21 latitudes, 14 of which were added by Siraj.
A total of 45 additions were the most deserved in the IPL game, breaking the record of 38 registered during the inauguration of the match between the Deccan Chargers and the Kolkata Knight Riders. A similar number was also recorded during the 2010 IPL match between the Punjab and Mumbai Indians.
The RCB's 23 additions are now the sixth highest in IPL history, followed by 22 PBKS in seventh place on the list led by Kolkata Knight Riders, who received 28 additions during the 2008 IPL match against Deccan by Eden Gardens.
Speaking of the game, the Punjabi batsmen recorded their third most successful chase in IPL history, as it was also the highest against the RCB in the tournament.
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