IPL 2021: Jason Roy, Kane Williamson star as Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Rajasthan Royals
Jason Roy scored a free-flowing 60 off 42 balls to propel Sunrisers Hyderabad to a seven-wicket win over Rajasthan Royals. Photo by Saikat Das / Sportzpics for IPL
Sanju Samson played an excellent innings for his Rajasthan Royals side, scoring 82 runs in 57 balls. For a while, it looked like he would be able to take RR to a gargantuan total, but after his wicket fell, they crumbled. Photo by Ron Gaunt / Sportzpics for IPL
Siddarth Kaul bowled an excellent final over, in which he took two wickets and gave away just four runs as RR were restricted to 164/5. SportzPics
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