Bangalore team's seamers Akash Deep and Mohammed Siraj were picked up three wickets in the powerplays to give their team a terrific start after du Plessis decided to bowl first.
The Sri Lankan was ably supported by the pace trio of Akash Deep (3/45), Harshal Patel (2/11) and Mohammed Siraj (1/25) after RCB won the toss and elected to bowl at DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai.
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Jayant bowled a total of 17 wicket-less overs across two innings while Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin shared 15 of the 20 wickets among themselves.
Chasing a target of 147, it was like a walk in the park for Shreyas, who smashed 73 not out off 45 balls to complete the chase in 16.5 overs.
India and RCB pacer Mohammed Siraj revealed that Virat Kohli coming to his house was the best surprise of his life.
Siraj is one of the three players to be retained by RCB for IPL 2022. The mega auction ahead of IPL 2022 will be held in Bengaluru on February 12 and 13.
Kohli, whose limited-overs leadership stint ended last year, stunned all by relinquishing Test captaincy on Saturday, a day after India lost a three-match Test series to an under-strength South Africa
Virat Kohli & Co will be keen complete the journey they started in 2018 and finish with a historic series win at Capetown
Virat Kohli will return to the team but Siraj will not feature in the game after he suffered a hamstring injury in Johannesburg, where India lost by seven wickets.
Indian pacer Mohammed Siraj was seen in pain after bowling the penultimate delivery of his fourth over during the South African innings.
If they execute their plans to perfection, India’s fast bowlers could add Johannesburg to the list of overseas cities where they have won a Test in last one year
Siraj played a key role in New Zealand getting bowled out for 62 in their first innings as he got three top order wickets in quick succession in his opening spell on the second day of the second Test.
Senior spinner Ravichandran Ashwin (4/19) and pacer Mohammed Siraj (3/19) shared seven wickets between them as the Indian bowlers ripped through the New Zealand batting line-up.
The tourists still trail by 287 runs in the first innings as Siraj, who replaced injured Ishant Sharma in the team, struck early to send back Will Young for four.
RCB on Monday, September 13, 2021, confirmed that the side's Twitter account was 'compromised' but the franchise has managed to get the access back.