Royal Challengers Bangalore defeated Rajasthan Royals by a massive margin of 112 runs in the IPL 2023 game on May 14 at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur. In the RR vs RCB game, wicketkeeper Anuj Rawat dismissed Ravichandran Ashwin with a ‘no-look run out’ that stunned cricket fans.

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Rajasthan Royals’ batting order had a shocking collapse as Yashasvi Jaiswal and Jos Buttler were dismissed without troubling the scorers. Their skipper Sanju Samson too departed after scoring just 2 runs making things even worse for the RR franchise.

English batter Joe Root finally got a chance to bat after missing out on an opportunity to bat in the past two games but failed to make an impact as well, as he was dismissed just for 10 runs. Royal Challengers Bangalore, thus, looked in complete control of the RR vs RCB game.

Watch Anuj Rawat’s ‘No-look Run Out’ in the RR vs RCB clash

Rajasthan Royals were in a terrible position as they were placed at a score of 49 for 6 in their chase of 172 runs. Shimron Hetmyer cut one down to the deep point fielder, where RCB pacer Mohammad Siraj ran across swiftly and threw the ball back to the wicketkeeper Anuj Rawat.

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Anuj Rawat intercepted the ball blind-sighted onto the stumps to catch Ashwin inches short of the crease. The pair were going back for a second run and decided against it, leaving Ravichandran Ashwin to try and return to the striker’s end only to be run out without facing a single delivery.

Anuj Rawat’s ‘no-look run out’ was hailed as one of the best wicketkeeping efforts of IPL 2023. Rajasthan Royals were bowled out for just 59 runs in the 11th over as Royal Challengers Bangalore won the RR vs RCB clash by 112 runs.

Only two RR batters reached double figures, and as many as four batters did not get off the mark as the Royals put on a sorry show in front of a packed crowd at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur. With just 12 points in 13 games, now it’s almost impossible for Rajasthan Royals to qualify for the playoffs.

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