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Virat Kohli's Royal Challengers Bangalore eliminated from IPL 2020

Jason Holder and Kane Willamson's cool and composed batting allowed Sunrisers Hyderabad to knockout Royal Challengers Bangalore from IPL ...
Virat Kohli's Royal Challengers Bangalore eliminated from IPL 2020

Jason Holder and Kane Willamson's cool and composed batting allowed Sunrisers Hyderabad to knockout Royal Challengers Bangalore from IPL 2020. It was the partnership between two national skippers which helped the 2016 champions defeat Kohli's men by 6 wickets.  David Warner (17) and Manish Pandey (24) departed in quick succession to bring RCB back into the game. Kane Williamson anchored the chase through some nervy middle overs. Kane Williamson (50*) and Jason Holder (24*)

RCB, batting first, put up 131/7 against SRH in the IPL 2020 Eliminator. Virat Kohli (6) opened the innings in the all-important match, but it was Jason Holder (3/25) and Sandeep Sharma (0/21) who had the better of the opening exchanges in the match. Aaron Finch (32) and AB de Villiers (56) attempted to resurrect the innings, but SRH kept picking regular wickets after their partnership. De Villiers held on till the death overs, getting to his fifty in the 16th over, but was dismissed by one of T Natarajan’s (2/33) yorkers at the death. Earlier, SRH won the toss and elected to field first against RCB. For SRH, Wriddhiman Saha misses out due to an injury and is replaced by Shreevats Goswami. Three changes for RCB - Chris Morris, Joshua Phillipe, Shahbaz Ahmed out, Aaron Finch, Adam Zampa and Navdeep Saini in. 
 

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