The Indian Premier League inaugural edition winner, Rajasthan Royals captain, Sanju Samson has gotten a fine of INR 24 Lakhs for keeping a delayed over-rate during the 36th match of the IPL 2021 against Delhi Capitals in Abu Dhabi. On the off chance that he is found guilty of one more offence, he will get a boycott for a game.
The remainder of the individuals from the playing XI have been fined lesser than either ₹6 lakhs or 25% of their singular match charge. RR experienced a thorough misfortune in the game against DC by 33 runs.
Delhi Capitals bowling department limited the Royals to 121 for six after the group put on board 154 for six on the rear of Shreyas Iyer’s 43 and a late reprieve by Shimron Hetmyer, who scored 28 runs off 16 balls.
“The Rajasthan Royals have been fined after they maintained a slow over-rate during their VIVO Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 match against Delhi Capitals at the Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi on September 25.” Statement stated by BCCI.
DC heaved and puffed to reach 154/6 out of 20 overs. Mustafizur and Chetan Sakariya, the both, picked two wickets each for RR. Accordingly, Rajasthan Royals’ innings got shocked ahead of schedule as Avesh Khan and Anrich Nortje caused problems for the batsmen. Liam Livingstone, Yashasvi Jaiswal, and David Miller got out inside the power-play.
Sanju Samson was the lone warrior from Rajasthan side yet couldn’t authorise win for RR’s pursuit. He saw his accomplices discarding their wickets. Mahipal Lomror scored 19 runs yet they came in 24 balls, which in the long run expanded the asking rate for RR. Sanju Samson was solid of how things were going at the opposite end.
He scored unbeaten 70 runs in 53 balls, where he hit eight fours and one six. Be that as it may, RR missed the mark by 33 runs and lost another match.