In today’s match, Mumbai Indians got a resounding victory over KKR. KKR had challenged Mumbai for a 149-run victory. Chasing the challenge, Mumbai’s Quinton Decock hit a powerful half-century. Decock’s half-century helped Mumbai to an easy victory over KKR by eight wickets. Decock hit an unbeaten 78 off 44 balls with nine fours and three sixes.
Mumbai got off to a great start as they chased down KKR’s challenge. Rohit Sharma and Decock got good news from KKR bowlers this time. The duo opened the scoring for Mumbai with 94 runs. Decock had a half-century share in this. Rohit was also expected to score a half-century this time. But Rohit had to settle for 35 runs this time. Suryakumar Yadav, who came to bat after Rohit’s dismissal, could not bat for long. Yadav had to settle for 10 runs this time. After Yadav’s dismissal, Hardik Pandya came on the field to bat. Decock and Pandya led Mumbai to victory this time.
Mumbai Indians bowlers were seen to make a penetrating hit in this match. Mumbai’s accurate bowling helped KKR to score well. That is why KKR had to settle for 148 runs this time. In this match, KKR was 61 for 5 by Mumbai. But then Pat Cummins and captain Eoin Morgan got along well. The duo put on 87 for the sixth wicket. Cummins was the biggest contributor. Cummins hit an unbeaten 53 off 36 balls with five fours and two sixes. Morgan hit an unbeaten 39 off 29 balls with two fours and two sixes.
Mumbai fast bowler Bolt gave the first push to KKR. But this time, the catch that Suryakumar caught was from Afla. Because such a catch can be caught with a strong shot, many people did not believe it. It happened on the last ball of the third over. Bolt bowled the ball fast. Rahul Tripathi tried to hit the ball towards the point. Tripathi was hit hard this time. So some people thought that the ball would go four. But this time Suryakumar jumped and picked up the catch.