So yesterday’s match was quite tense. Just when you thought the action was building up, Sachin Tendulkar was bowled out by Newbie O’Brien having touched just 20 runs! The Mumbai Indians star yesterday was Tiwary with 44 runs, Rayudu following closely with 38 runs.
The shocker of it all was that after Mumbai Indians was done batting I thought to myself they’ve made themselves a good score of 180, going to be a tough one-this match, maybe they could make their first win today.. And walks in the South Austrailian Redbacks, DJ Harris making 56 runs & M Klinger at 50 runs. Continue reading “Mumbai Indians v/s South Australian redbacks”
Yesterday was RCB’s first match against Guyana and we knew we were going to walk-through to winning position quite early on in the match.
Lady Luck was in RCB’s favour with first winning the toss and then the very easy victory for RCB. RCB sure started the tournament well. The beauty of winning yesterday was not just the part that we won but that we won with 49 balls to spare, and that was what made the winning so worthwhile. Guyana only had a score of 102 for RCB to beat and if RCB couldn’t have beaten that, it sure would have been shameful. But RCB helped us hold our heads high and with pride for not just beating their score but beating it with a 106 with just one wicket down AT 8.1 overs. We are so proud of RCB! It took nothing out of them to win this match, which proves to all of us that they are geared up for a lot more competition. Continue reading “RCB’s First Match & their First Win”