Sunrisers Hyderabad defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore in the 30th match of IPL 2024. In this match, Hyderabad has broken its own record and made the biggest score in the history of IPL. Hyderabad has scored 287 runs for only 3 wickets in the match. Hyderabad batsmen have made many historical records in the match. Along with this, Virat Kohli’s team Royal Challengers Bangalore has also made two shameful records in its name. Let us tell you what shameful records RCB has made in its name.

Both of these are unwanted records.

  • 1. Travis Head scored a brilliant century for Sunrisers Hyderabad. This is the 13th century scored against RCB. Now RCB has become the team in IPL against which most centuries have been scored. After RCB, most centuries have been scored against Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders. 12-12 centuries have been scored against both. But with Head’s century, 13 centuries have been scored against RCB.
  • 2. IPL 2024: The record of giving most runs by a bowler has also been registered in the name of RCB bowler. RCB all-rounder Reece Topley gave 68 runs in 4 overs against Hyderabad. He has become the bowler giving the most runs in an innings this season. After Topley, the name of Kwena Mafaka comes second. He has also given 66 runs in 4 overs.

Fourth century of this season

Let us tell you that in this match, Travis Head has created history by scoring a century. Head scored a century in just 39 balls in the match. He has become the batsman to score the fastest century for Hyderabad. Before Head, this record was in the name of David Warner. Warner scored a century in just 43 balls. Now Head has made this record in his name. He has become the fourth batsman to score a century in this IPL season. Before Head, Virat Kohli, Josh Butler, Rohit Sharma have also scored centuries in this season.

Prakash Gupta

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