Mumbai Indians, captained by Rohit Sharma, have been defeated by Kings XI Punjab in the Super Over in the 36th match of IPL-13 on Sunday. While batting first at Mumbai International Stadium, Mumbai scored 176 for six wickets in 20 overs, after which the Punjab staff scored 176 runs after shedding 6 wickets thanks to a robust innings by Captain Lokesh Rahul (77), which tied the match. The first tremendous over was additionally tied however Punjab received in the second tremendous over.
In the primary tremendous over, Mumbai wanted 6 runs to win however Mohammad Shami defended the rating efficiently. Then in the second tremendous over, Mumbai gave a goal of 12 runs which was achieved by the pair of Gayle and Mayank Agarwal.
See, the scorecard of this match / IPL 2020 factors desk
Three tremendous overs a day
This was the second Sunday IPL match of the Great Sunday and each have been determined by Super Over. In the primary match, the place Kolkata defeated Hyderabad in an excellent over, then in this match performed in Dubai, Punjab defeated Mumbai in an excellent over.
Punjab staff reached quantity six
Punjab registered the third win in 9 matches and it took them to quantity six with 6 factors. Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals even have 6-6 factors however Punjab are above them based mostly on web run fee. Mumbai suffered a 3rd defeat in 9 matches and the staff is at quantity two with 12 factors.
Jordan runs out on the final ball, then determined to match the tremendous over
Punjab wanted 9 runs to win in the final over and Deepak Hooda’s single off the primary ball was chipped by Chris Jordan. Single off the following ball and no run scored on the fourth ball. On the fifth ball, Hooda then took a single and Chris Jordan was run out in the ultimate ball on the ultimate ball. However, one run was scored and the match was tied. Hooda returned 23 not out with the assistance of 1 fours and 1 six off 16 balls whereas Jordan scored 13 runs in Eight balls with the assistance of two fours. Both added 23 runs for the sixth wicket.
Rahul’s 21st half century of IPL profession
Captain Lokesh Rahul of Punjab scored 77 runs and scored his fifth of the present season and 21st of his IPL profession. He was bowled by Pacer Jasprit Bumrah on the third ball of the 18th over of the innings. Rahul hit 7 fours and three sixes in his innings of 51 balls.
Mayank Agarwal got here to open regardless of Gayle
Mayank Agarwal as soon as once more landed the opening with Captain Lokesh Rahul to chase the 177-run goal from Mumbai. Both added 33 runs for the primary wicket. The ball inside Pesar Jaspreet Bumrah took his wicket. Mayank scored 11 runs off 10 balls with the assistance of 1 4.
Gayle and Puran contributed 24-24 runs
Brisk batsman Chris Gayle took the lead with Rahul and shared a 42-run partnership for the second wicket. Gayle grew to become the sufferer of Rahul Chahar by scoring 24 runs and caught a catch to Trent Boult. Gayle hit 1 fours and a pair of sixes in his innings of 21 balls. Then Nicholas Pooran made some good photographs however he may solely rating 24 runs and have become a sufferer of Bumrah. Puran hit 2 fours, 2 sixes in 12 balls.
Maxwell flop once more
All-rounder Glenn Maxwell as soon as once more proved to be a flop and have become a sufferer of Rahul Chahar with out opening an account. Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma caught him.
Mumbai gave a goal of 177 runs
After the half-century innings of wicketkeeper batsman Quinton de Kock (53), Mumbai Indians scored 176 for six towards Punjab with the fiery batting of Kieran Pollard and Nathan Culter-Nile in the final overs. Pollard scored an unbeaten 34 from 12 balls with the assistance of 4 sixes and a 4.
Pollard and Nile’s unbreakable partnership
Pollard shared an unbroken 57-ball 21-run partnership with Coulter-Nile. Coulter-Nile scored an unbeaten 24 off 12 balls with the assistance of 4 fours. Both added 54 runs in the final three overs.
Rahul began bowling with Maxwell
After shedding the toss, Punjab captain Lokesh Rahul as soon as once more began bowling with Glenn Maxwell (24 runs in 4 overs with no success) in which he conceded simply six runs. After this, in the second over, each openers Rohit Sharma and De Kock welcomed Mohammed Shami with one 4.
Mumbai’s Three wickets fell for 38 runs
De Kock, who led Mumbai to victory by enjoying an unbeaten half-century in the earlier match, hinted to preserve the rhythm with a six over Arshadip Singh. The younger bowler, nevertheless, bowled Rohit in the identical over. He scored 9 runs in eight balls. Shami then despatched Suryakumar Yadav (0) and Arshadeep to Ishaan Kishan (7). Both have been caught by Murugan Ashwin and Mumbai’s rating was 38 for 3 in 5.1 overs.
Bishnoi broke the partnership between Krunal and De Kock
After this, Krunal Pandya, who got here out to bat, supported De Cock properly and each stealed one run and likewise made a boundary in between. Deepak Hooda, who got here for bowling in the 11th over of the match, made a superb six in the leg by De Cock. Ravi Bishnoi broke this harmful pair by taking the wicket of Krunal. Apart from scoring 34 off 30 balls, he additionally shared a 58-run partnership for the fourth wicket with De Kock.
Fifty returned by cocktail
After this, his brother Hardik Pandya, who got here to the crease, hit the following ball for six. De Kock accomplished his half-century in 39 balls with one run after hitting a 4 and a six towards Ashwin in the 15th over. In the very subsequent over, Hardik (8) grew to become Shami’s second sufferer. In the 17th over of the innings, Chris Jordan despatched De Cock (53) to the pavilion. He was caught catching Nicholas Puran in the wake of creating a giant shot. He hit three sixes and as many fours in a 43-ball innings.
Arshdeep and Shami bought 2-2 wickets
Pollard accelerated Mumbai’s run-rate by hitting two consecutive sixes in 18 overs towards Arshdeep Singh. In this over Nathan Culter-Nile additionally hit two fours. Mumbai scored 22 runs in this over. Pollard then scored 20 runs with two sixes and a 4 towards Jordan in the final over. Shami and Arshdeep Singh took 2–2 wickets every for Punjab. (Input from company)