Today’s match between Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab was thrilling. The match was also tied in the Super Over. So again the second super over was played. Mumbai were batting first in the second super over. Mumbai managed to score 11 runs this time. Therefore, Punjab was challenged for victory by 12 runs. Punjab successfully overcame this challenge and won over Mumbai without losing a single wicket.
Mumbai bowled first in the first super over. Mumbai’s Jaspreet Bumra hit a penetrating shot in the super over and Punjab lost one batsman to score five runs. Chasing this challenge, the Mumbai batsmen were able to score only five runs. So the match was drawn in the Super Over and the second Super Over was played.
The match between Mumbai Indians and Punjab was very thrilling and went into a super over. Because Mumbai had challenged Punjab for 177 runs to win this time. While batting for Kings XI Punjab, Mumbai could score only 176 runs this time and the match went into a super over. Chasing Mumbai’s challenge, Punjab skipper Lokesh Rahul scored a half-century. But Boomer removed his fork and was instrumental in the team’s victory. But then Chris Jordan and Deepak Hooda batted hard and kept the challenge alive. With two runs needed on the last ball, Punjab could only manage one run and the match went into a super over.
Chasing Mumbai’s 177-run target, Pambaj did not get off to a good start. Because Mumbai’s Jaspreet Bumra dismissed Mayank Agarwal this time, Mayank was able to score 11 runs this time. After Mayank’s dismissal, Chris Gayle and skipper Lokesh Rahul got on well. Yadav had put pressure on Mumbai’s bowling this time. But Mumbai spinner Rahul Chahar removed Gayle’s fork this time, Gayle was able to score 24 runs this time.
Though Mayank and Gayle were out, Rahul was batting hard this time. Rahul got good support from Nicholas Puran for some time this time. But this time, once again, Boomerang gave Mumbai their third victory. Boomer dismissed Puran, who hit 24 off 12 balls. Then came Glenn Maxwell. This time Punjab had high expectations from Maxwell. But Maxwell’s expectations were met. Maxwell couldn’t even blow a pumpkin this time. Rahul Chahar caught Maxwell off Rohit Sharma. But captain Rahul kept his challenge alive by scoring a half-century. But he failed to lead the team to victory. Boomer dismissed Rahul this time to give Mumbai a big lead. Rahul hit 77 off 51 balls with seven fours and three sixes.
Quinton Decock’s half-century and strong bowling in the last over helped Mumbai Indians to a 177-run victory over Punjab in today’s match. Mumbai did not start well. He was 38 for 3. But then Quinton Decock hit a half-century to give Mumbai a good shape. Kieron Pollard and Nathan Coulter-Nile then stormed into the final overs. Pollard hit an unbeaten 34 off 12 balls with one four and four sixes, while Nathan hit an unbeaten 24 off 12 balls with four fours. Therefore, the Mumbai team was able to put up a respectable challenge against Kings XI Punjab this time. Decock hit 53 off 43 balls with three fours and three sixes.