This drama. These adventures. These climaxes will be remembered for a long time.
Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab also won the match and the cricket fans who watched the match.
Such a thorny collision between the two teams has been rarely seen.
Match tie. Super over tie. And the second time for the result is the juxtaposition of super overs.
The Mumbai team was considered to be a huge test against Punjab, but the Punjab team, which won the rhythm of victory against Bangalore in the last match, hit Mumbai hard and eventually took the match.
— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) October 18, 2020
Even though Kings XI Punjab had to play two super overs to reach the threshold of victory. After the victory, Punjab has moved up to sixth in the points table.
Mumbai Indians were 176 for 6 in 20 overs and challenged Punjab by 177 runs in their first innings in a match played in Dubai on Sunday.
Punjab was 176 for 6 in 20 overs with the help of skipper KL Rahul’s 77. The match was a tie and the super over was hit for the result. While Punjab scored five runs in the first game, the Mumbai batsmen could score five runs. Super Over also got tied. Jasprit Bumrah for Mumbai in the first super over and Mohammed Shami for Punjab were bowled.
In the second super over, the batting front for Mumbai was handled by Keron Pollard and Hardik Pandya. Chris Jordan bowled for Punjab.
The first two balls scored two runs. On the third ball, Pollard smashed a four. Hardik Pandya was run out off the fourth ball. On the appeal of Punjab players on the fifth ball, the umpire gave pollard out but the decision had to be changed after the review. On the last ball of the over, Mayank Agarwal stopped the ball for the sixes and Mumbai got two runs. The Mumbai batsmen scored 11.
Punjab was to score 12 runs in an over to win. Trent Boult’s first ball was struck by Chris Gayle. Gayle took a run off the second ball. On the third and fourth balls, Mayank Agarwal scored a four to give Punjab a victory. Punjab captain KL Rahul was elected a man of the match.
Kolkata Knight Riders and Sunrisers Hyderabad also tied for the IPL-13 match at Abu Dhabi on Sunday. The match resulted from super over. Where Kolkata won.
Chasing a target of 177 runs from Mumbai, Punjab opener Mayank Agarwal would have gone off on the third ball of the first over. Trent Boult was caught behind the wicket but the umpire did not give out and Mumbai Indians did not take the review.
Mayank had scored four runs by that time. In the second over too, Mayank got a chance off Krunal Pandya’s ball.
In the third over, Punjab captain KL Rahul took the front. He hit three fours and a six off Boult’s balls. A total of 20 runs were scored in the over.
In the fourth over, Jasprem Bumrah was bowled and he bowled Mayank Agarwal off the third ball of the over.
When the first wicket fell, Punjab accounted for 33 runs. Skipper Rahul then teamed up with Chris Gayle to put in for 42 runs in 5.4 overs for the second wicket.
Gayle, who claimed to be his own boss in the match against Bangalore, hit the sixth ball of his innings. The bowler was Nathan Coulter Nile. Rahul was also showering from the other end. He targeted Bolt in the sixth over. A six and a four in the over.
In the seventh over, Chris Gayle struck the ball off Kieron Pollard. However, Gayle’s innings did not stretch too long. In the tenth over, Rahul Chahar sent him to the pavilion.
But the Mumbai bowlers did not get relief. Nicholas Pooran, who replaced Gayle, hit a six and a four off the Chahar ball. After 10 overs, Punjab were 87 for two. The last ten overs were to score 90 runs to win.
Pooran took on Pollard in the 11th over and struck his fifth ball with a four and a sixth ball. A total of 15 runs were scored in the over. In the 13th over, Jasprit Bumrah sent Off Puran. He scored 24 in 12 balls.
Rahul’s captaincy innings
Skipper Rahul, who was holding one end, struck the Chahar ball in the 14th over and completed the half-century. After a ball, Chahar gave Punjab the fourth blow. He didn’t even let Glenn Maxwell open the account.
After 15 overs, Punjab were 125 for 4. In the last five overs, Punjab were 52 to win.
Bumrah was on the bowling front in the 16th over. In the over, Rahul scored a four, and Deepak Hooda struck a six. A total of 15 runs were scored in the over. Punjab was 37 for 3 in the last four overs.
In the 17th over, Punjab batsmen picked up 10 runs off Coulter Nile’s balls and were 150 for 4.
The thrill of the last overs
The Punjab team, who were on the winning side, were 27 for 27 in the last three overs. Mumbai skipper Rohit Sharma gave the ball to Jasprit Bumrah in the 18th over. He bowled KL Rahul off the third ball of the over. Rahul returned with 77 off 51 balls. He hit seven fours and three sixes.
Bumrah gave up just five runs in the 18th over and Punjab was 23 for the last two overs.
In the 19th over, Hooda and Chris Jordan bowled Coulter Nile for a four each. A total of 13 runs were scored in the over.
Punjab was to score nine runs to win the last over. The ball was in Trent boult’s hand. Hooda’s catch on the first ball was missed and the second ball collided with Jordan’s bat and went off the boundary. Jordan took a run on the third ball. On the fifth ball, Hooda took a run. The last ball was to make two runs. Jordan was run out in an attempt to take the second run and the two teams equalized the score at the end of the 20th. The match got tied.
Jasprit Bumrah took three wickets for 24 runs for Mumbai.
Earlier, Mumbai Indians were 176 for 6 in 20 overs. Mumbai’s top scorer, Quinton de Kock, is the top scorer. He scored 53 runs in 43 balls.
De Kock added 58 runs for the fourth wicket with Krunal Pandya after skipper Rohit Sharma, Surya Kumar Yadav and Ishan Kishan failed. Krunal scored 34. In the last 3.3 overs for Mumbai, Kieron Pollard and Nathan Coulter Nile added 57 runs.
Pollard scored a 21-ball unbeaten 34 with four sixes and a four, and the Nile scored an unbeaten 24 in 12 balls.