IPL 2020: MI best batsman Rohit Sharma comeback – Mumbai Indians win by 49 runs
- MI won KKR by 49 runs.
- MI best Rohit Sharma, smashed sixes and scored 80 off 54 runs to help the team to victory. Rohit has crossed 200 sixes in IPL matches.
Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders clashed yesterday in the fifth match of the IPL.
Mumbai Indians beat Kolkata Knight Riders by 49 runs.
Kolkata won the toss and elected to field. Following this, the Mumbai team lost the first wicket and scored 195 runs for the loss of five wickets. Kolkata, who followed Mumbai, scored just 146 runs.
The Mumbai Indians have recorded their success and have proved that they are a strong team.
MI best bowler 2020 – Jasprit Bumrah
Kolkata’s opening batsmen, who were on course for victory with 196 runs, did not accumulate any major runs. The team’s Chapman Gill was out for just 7 runs. He was followed by Sunil Narine who was dismissed for just nine runs.
He then teamed up with captain Dinesh Karthik and Nitish Rana for 46 runs. The team scored 71 runs in ten overs.
But then Dinesh Karthik and Rana also lost their wickets. So the team lost four wickets and scored only 77 runs.
Expectations turned on Russell and Morgan who came next but Mumbai Indians’ Bumra bowled well and took both the wickets in the same over.
Previously, James Pattinson Calls Mumbai Indians Teammate Jasprit Bumrah Best IPL Bowler in The World.
MI best batsman 2020 – Rohit Sharma
Despite losing the first match to Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai Indians proved that they are a strong team in yesterday’s match.
The team’s captain, MI best Rohit Sharma, smashed sixes and scored 80 off 54 runs to help the team to victory. Rohit has crossed 200 sixes in IPL matches with this match.
See it, Pull it, Rohit
3 Pull shots for a SIX. This is @ImRo45 playing his favourite shot and sending them into the stands.
— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) September 23, 2020
Mumbai Indians won the toss and elected to field. Quinton de Kock, the opening batsman, was bowled out for just one run. After that Rohit Sharma teamed up with Surya Kumar Yadav. Surya Kumar Yadav had scored 47 runs. Both played with fours and sixes. Rohit Sharma was then dismissed in the 18th over.
|Quinton de Kock||c Nikhil Naik b Shivam Mavi||1||3||33.33||0||0|
|Rohit Sharma||c Pat Cummins b Shivam Mavi||80||54||148.14||3||6|
|Suryakumar Yadav||run out (Sunil Narine)||47||28||167.85||6||1|