KXIP vs MI: KL Rahul-Gayle-Mayank beat Punjab by eight wickets in easy win

KXIP vs MI: KL Rahul-Gayle-Mayank beat Punjab by eight wickets in easy win

KXIP vs MI: KL Rahul-Gayle-Mayank beat Punjab by eight wickets in easy win

KXIP vs MI: In addition to the brilliant half-century innings of DC VS KKR KL Rahul (71 not out), Punjab defeated Mumbai by 8 wickets thanks to the explosive batting of Chris Gayle (40) and Mayank Agarwal (45).

 

In addition to the brilliant half-century, KL Rahul (71 not out), Chris Gayle (40) and Mayank Agarwal (45), Punjab defeated Mumbai by eight wickets thanks to the brilliant batting. This is the second win in three matches of Kings XI Punjab, while it is the second defeat in the three matches of the Mumbai Indians.

 

Kings XI Punjab achieved the target of 177 runs in 18.4 overs losing two wickets. Earlier, in the last over of the half-century of Quintan Dikouc (60) and Hardik Pandya (31), Mumbai Indians made 176 runs for seven wickets in the IPL match against Kings XI Punjab despite losing the wickets in regular intervals.

 

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Punjab’s opener K.L. Rahul and Chris Gayle got off to a good start in the pursuit of the target. Both the batsmen together scored 53 runs for the first wicket. On the second ball of the 8th over, Kundal Pandya, giving out the first blow to Punjab, made 40 runs in 24 balls and returned to the pavilion. 

 

After this, Mayank Agarwal, who came in to bat, batted in a blatant way and brought the score to 117 and the Krrish Pandya had a breakthrough once. Mayank returned to the pavilion by making 43 runs in 21 balls. After this, Rahul Dravid, along with David Miller (15), took the innings together and both of them convinced the team to win.

 

Earlier, losing the toss to bat first, Mumbai openers Quinton Decock and Rohit Sharma gave a fantastic start. Dikouck scored 60 runs off 40 balls with the help of six fours and two sixes. Captain Rohit Sharma’s 32 off 18 balls and Hardik contributed 31 runs in 19 balls. Murugan Ashwin, Hardas Viljoen, and Mohammed Shami took two wickets each for Punjab.

 

Rohit started well again, but he failed to stretch his innings long in the second match. Failure to accurately assess the DRS also caused the return of their pavilion, as the ball which was given by Vuelojon (two by 40 runs), the umpire paused him out, was going out of the leg stump a lot, and if he took a review, then not out Were there. 

 

Dikak, who added 51 runs for the first wicket with Rohit, took charge after this. In the meantime, Suryakumar Yadav (11), who got down to take Rohit’s place, also returned to the pavilion after being hit by Ashwin (2 for 25). Dikak hit a fine six on Mohammed Shami (two for 42) and hit a half-century off 35 balls to help Murugan Ashwin. 

 

Dikak then sent Shami’s ball again for six runs but this bowler bowled him out. This time the Mumbai Indians batsman took the DRS and his decision proved wrong. Dicak completed 1000 runs in IPL during his innings. 

 

Yuvraj Singh (18 runs in 22 balls) had to struggle a bit and in an effort to increase the speed, he got caught on the boundary line. Kieron Pollard (seven runs on nine balls) could not walk again. With the wrong timing of the shaft attached, the ball was hoisted in the air and caught on the boundary line. Krunal Pandya (ten) also caught in the attempt to put a long shot, while Hardik put a six on Long On before catching Shami’s ball on the boundary on the boundary.

 

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