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IPL 2021: Fans celebrate with memes as Royal Challengers win against Delhi Capitals by a single run

Sent to bat first, RCB managed to put up a score of 171/5, all thanks to AB de Villiers smashing 42-ball 75.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: April 29, 2021 4:51:50 pm
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Fans celebrated with memes and jokes as Royal Challengers Bangalore pulled off a one-run win over Delhi Capitals at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium on Tuesday.

Sent out to bat first, RCB managed to put up a score of 171/5, all thanks to AB de Villiers smashing 42-ball 75. Despite losing Virat Kohli and Devdutt Padikkal quite early in the game, Rajat Patidar and Glen Maxwell made significant contributions to the score.

Chasing 172, DC had a disappointing start, losing Shikhar Dhawan, Steve Smith, and Prithvi Shaw within 7.2 overs. Shimron Hetmyer’s 53 runs off 25 and Rishabh Pant’s 58* off 48 did give hope for the Capitals, but they fell short by one run.

Many took to the microblogging site, reacting to the match, which was nothing short of a high-quality thriller. While RCB fans celebrated the victory, many lauded Pant and Hetmyer performance in the match.

Take a look at some of the reactions here:

With the win, RCB is once again at the top of the point table, while DC is in third place.

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