Jos Buttler directed the Rajasthan Royals to a roaring last-ball triumph against the Kolkata Knight Riders on Tuesday at Eden Gardens. Buttler eclipsed KKR’s hazardous opener Sunil Narine’s hundred to take the group to a two-wicket win.

In the quest for 224, Buttler stayed unbeaten on 107, assisting RR with finishing the joint-most noteworthy effective run-pursuit in IPL history and redesigning the objective on the last ball, completing at 224/8 of every 20.

Buttler had a responsibility from the first ball, pummeling six sixes and nine boundaries. Rovman Powell added a significant 26 off 13 but was excused by Sunil Narine, who was the main affordable bowler for KKR, getting back with figures of 2-30 from his four overs.

Prior, KKR had been magnificent, with Sunil Narine pummeling a shocking 100 years (109) and directing the group to an imposing score. Narine was the solitary champion for KKR after their hitters could generally not gather an adequate number of runs. Mitchell Starc, the costliest player in IPL history, enlisted the costliest figures of 0-50 from his four overs.


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