IPL 2011: Rajasthan Royals Beat Pune Warriors India




Ross Taylor

Ross Taylor

Pune Warriors India lost their sixth match on a trot against the resurgent Rajasthan Royals. The winner was decided in the last over, as once again it was Pune who failed in all departments to end their losing streak.

As it can be said, that after doing the same mistakes in previous five matches and repeating it in the sixth match, which leads to defeat.  It is nothing less than a suicide. The team is good enough to know their mistakes after five matches, as they know that the sixth defeat will almost take them out of the semi-final race.

The batting department was the main culprit for the defeat. Kiwi opener Jessi Ryder once again got out early while playing irresponsible shots. In most of the matches, he got out due to poor shot selection. He was followed by Robin Uthappa, who also suffers the phobia of poor shot selection.  Playing the first ball as reverse sweep to Shane Warne might have taken his confidence to LOC (Line of Over Confidence), which allowed him to play the same risky shot to the great spinner at a important stage, which resulted in wicket and the downfall of the Pune batting order.

Yuvraj was unlucky to get out, but once Uthappa got out, the run rate decreased incredibly. From 70 run mark in the eighth over, they were able to take the score to 121 in the eighteenth over.  Just 51 runs in ten overs.

Among the bowling and fielding, yet again they dropped catches, that too of Ross Taylor, who was the man of the match for his heroics. Murali Karthik gave 41 runs in four over’s. Rahul sharma’s alone perseverance was not enough to make Pune victorious.

After six defeats, the Pune team’s body language does not indicate that they are playing a world class match. It requires more intensity. None of their bowlers presently gives hopes of a five wicket haul or even their batsmen who can score a century. It’s really a suicide because the level of game has not reached where it has to be.

Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Tanveer Razak

Author:

Myself Tanveer Gogada, I am a sports enthusiast. Presently i am doing mass media and enjoying it. My ambition is to become a sport journalist. I am keen follower of cricket, football & tennis. I am a person who mostly put stress on insight of the event and that’s get me interested to write. Writing was not on my cards, but as time passed my interest for sport journalism also got increased. I live my life on two quotes "give respect and take respect” and "float like a butterfly and sting like a bee” which is said by the Great Muhammad Ali.

Cricket

ICC Champions Trophy Final 2017: India vs Pakistan – Live Cricket Score

ICC Champions Trophy Final 2017: India vs Pakistan – Live Cricket Score

Posted by: Atish Home Chowdhury on June 17th, 2017

The two cricket giants of Asia; India and Pakistan will lock horns against each other at the epic ICC Champions Trophy finale match at the Oval on Sunday. India ..

Football

Match officials for the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 appointed

Match officials for the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 appointed

Posted by: Vikram Kamboj on August 18th, 2017

With only two months to go before the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 kicks off, the FIFA Referees Committee has appointed 21 trios of match officials, represent ..

Tennis

Rafael Nadal vs Stan Wawrinka: French Open Men’s Final 2017 – Preview

Rafael Nadal vs Stan Wawrinka: French Open Men’s Final 2017 – Preview

Posted by: Atish Home Chowdhury on June 11th, 2017

The stage is set for the mouth-watering and nail-biting clash of the two Tennis stalwarts of the current era; Rafael Nadal and Stan Wawrinka. This will be the u ..

F1

Life Lessons learned from Sports & Fitness #TOSBDay

Life Lessons learned from Sports & Fitness #TOSBDay

Posted by: Vikram Kamboj on September 26th, 2016

Held on Sept 1st, The Outstanding Speakers’ Bureau (TOSB) Twinterview consisted of sports panelists such as Mark Gallagher (Public Speaker on F1 race), Shayam ..

Boxing

Boxing Federation of India successfully concludes AIBA Course and Examination

Boxing Federation of India successfully concludes AIBA Course and Examination

Posted by: Vikram Kamboj on February 24th, 2017

Rohtak, February 24, 2016: In continuation to produce the AIBA certified Coaches, Referees and Judges; Boxing Federation of India successfully organised the AIB ..

Other Sports

Indian athletes begin impressively at 22nd Asian Athletics Championships

Indian athletes begin impressively at 22nd Asian Athletics Championships

Posted by: Vikram Kamboj on July 6th, 2017

Indian interests on the opening day of the 22nd Asian Athletics Championships were high with national record holder Muhammed Anas easing into the semi-finals of ..

One stop guide to all the latest sports news, reviews, opinions, fixtures and live scores from India and around the world.

Copyright © 2017 | The Sports Mirror