The Royal Challengers Bangalore eventually got the first breakthrough against the Kolkata Knight Riders in their IPL eliminator match on Monday, and it came as no surprise that Harshal Patel was the one to get the wicket. Patel has been the foremost wicket taker in this year's edition of the competition, and Virat Kohli has turned to him whenever he has needed a wicket. With just 138 on the board having batted first, RCB need to be at their best in the field if they are to progress to the second qualifier.
⚡HARSHAL BRINGS HOPE⚡— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) October 11, 2021
Breakthrough for #RCB as Harshal Patel has the dangerous Gill caught in the deep for 29🔥#KKR 41-1, chasing 139 to reach a play-off vs #DC in #IPL2021#RCBvKKR
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