Tribute to Shane Warne RR star in first final since 2008

The big day is here and it is the Gujarat Titans taking on the Rajasthan Royals at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahemdabad. With a well balanced side in both batting and bowling, RR have reached the finals for the first time since 2008.

On top of that the leading run scorer and wicket taker are also in the same team, with Jos Buttler creating a havoc with the bat scoring 824 runs so far and Yuzvendra Chahal leading the chart with 26 wickets.

Aussie spinner Shane Warne who was the winning captain of Rajasthan Royals in 2008, passed away recently due to a cardiac arrest. A win on 29th will be a special tribute for the legend and will end Rajasthan’s 14 year hunt for an IPL title.

“I think, we got a wonderfully accomplished squad that can play in different match conditions, against different oppositions,” Director of Rajasthan Royals Kumar Sangakkara said.

“Rajasthan Royals is a good, balanced team. They have the match – winning players and all the young players are hungary to win because they have been able to win the cup only in 2008, they are waiting for another cup,” said by bowling coach Lasith Malinga.




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