IPL 2021, RCB beat KKR to remain unbeaten: Records broken

Last updated on Apr 18, 2021, 07:14 pm
IPL 2021, RCB beat KKR to remain unbeaten: Records broken

The Royal Challengers Bangalore thrashed Kolkata Knight Riders in match number nine of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 season on Sunday. Batting first, RCB rode on two breezy fifties from Glenn Maxwell and AB de Villiers to post a massive score of 204/4. In reply, KKR (166/8) kept losing wickets at regular intervals to lose the match. We present the records broken.


How did the match pan out?

RCB were on the back foot. losing two wickets in the second over. From there on, Devdutt Padikkal and Maxwell added 86 runs for the third wicket. Maxwell was joined by ABD and they added 53 runs for the fourth wicket. ABD helped RCB get past the 200-run mark. In reply, KKR didn't have anyone who could take the game close.


Maxwell smashes these records after breezy 78

Glenn Maxwell smashed a superb 78, smashing nine fours and three sixes. This was his second successive fifty in IPL 2021. Maxwell has raced to 1,681 runs in the IPL at 23.67. He brought up his eighth IPL fifty and a second versus KKR. He also went past 400 runs against the Knights (417), besides registering his highest score as well.


Sensational ABD registers these records

AB de Villiers hit a 34-ball 76*. The veteran cricketer racked up nine fours and three sixes. The RCB supremo has 4,974 runs in the IPL at 40.77. He hit his 39th IPL fifty and a fourth against KKR. ABD also notched his best score against the Knights. He became the seventh batsman in IPL history to get past 500 runs against KKR (511).


Notable team records scripted in the match

RCB notched the 10th-highest team total against KKR in the IPL (204/4). This was their third total of 200-plus against KKR in the competition. This was the 20th time RCB hit 200-plus runs in the IPL. They are the first team to do so. This was the fourth successive loss for KKR against RCB in the IPL.


RCB players script these feats

Yuzvendra Chahal (2/34) has raced to 123 wickets in the IPL. Harshal Patel claimed two wickets in the match. He is now the Purple Cap holder (9 wickets). Meanwhile, Maxwell (176 runs) is the holder of the Orange Cap this season.

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