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    Anuj Rawat, a player for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), had a great performance in the Indian Premier League (IPL) game against Rajasthan Royals (RR). RCB won the game with a score of 171, thanks in part to Rawat’s batting and fielding skills. Rawat had a rocky start to the current edition of the IPL, but RCB maintained their belief in him and it paid off. Rawat had been anticipating his performance for a long time, and he said that he was confident he would do well if he played until the end.

    Rawat’s batting was particularly impressive, with him scoring 29 runs off 11 balls. He also made a brilliant catch and run out. His performance was praised by his teammates, including Glenn Maxwell and RCB’s Director of Cricket Operations, Mike Hesson. RCB captain Faf Du Plessis said that it was important for the team to have such innings.

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    RCB won the game against RR with a score of 59. This victory is seen as an example of the team’s belief and investment in young talent paying off. Rawat is a 23-year-old keeper-batter who joined RCB last season.

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