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RCB vs LSG, IPL 2024: Quinton De Kock Fifty, Mayank Yadav's Fiery Pace Give Lucknow Super Giants 28-Run Win

Quinton de Kock's astute fifty and pace sensation Mayank Yadav's youthful brilliance fashioned Lucknow Super Giants' 28-run romp over Royal Challengers Bengaluru in their IPL match on Tuesday. Lucknow constructed their 181 for five around Quinton De Kock's 81 (56b) and Nicholas Pooran's unbeaten 40 (21b). RCB threatened to miraculously scale 182 briefly through Mahipal Lomror, who produced a forceful 33 off 13 balls. However, Mayank's scorching three-wicket haul (3/14) was not to be denied as the hosts were bundled out for 153.

But in reality, RCB's chase never really took off - partly by their own follies and partly by the excellence of Lucknow bowlers.

Lucknow opened the bowling with two spinners - Manimaran Siddharth and Krunal Pandya - and it did surprise Faf du Plessis (19 off 13) and Virat Kohli (22 off 16).

But the introduction of pacer Naveen-ul-Haq saw Kohli upping the ante, smoking him for six over the bowler's head.

The left-arm spinner Siddharth soon fetched the massive wicket of in-form Kohli as the latter's attempt to go inside out resulted in a simple catch to Devdutt Padikkal at backward point.

RCB went on a slide from that point losing skipper du Plessis, to a mindless run-out, Glenn Maxwell and Cameron Green and found themselves at 58 for four in the eighth over.

This was the period when Mayank cranked up the pace in his three-over spell (3-0-13-2).

Maxwell tried to pull a 151 kmph laser beam from Mayank, but the high pace meant that the Aussie could not time his pull, resulting in a simple catch to Pooran at short mid-wicket.

Green was beaten by Mayank's raw pace as the delivery straightened a bit after pitching on the good length to rattle his off-stump.

The right-arm quick later added Rajat Patidar

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