MI cha daw fiftyvina incomplete! New Vikram in IPL playoffs
Pudhari Online Desk : IPL Playoff : In the Eliminator of IPL 2023, on Wednesday (Dec. 24) Mumbai Indians (MI) won a spectacular victory over Lucknow Super Giants (LSG). Rohit Sharma’s Sanghane Qualifier-2 with a mind-boggling entry.
Mumbai Nanefek Jinkoon batting first scored 182 runs in 8 balls. Mumbai’s single batting half-century in Chennai’s Chepauk Stadium was not successful. MI’s eight bowler Cameron Green scored 41 runs with 23 balls, 6 fours and 1 six. Apart from this, Suryakumar Yadav, known as ‘Mr 360’, hit 20 balls in 33 runs. He hit 2 fours and 2 sixes.
Mumbai’s draw remained incomplete without a single player’s fifty and a unique record has been registered by the team. In the IPL playoffs, the highest run-scorer in the IPL playoffs was the five-year-old Vikram Modit of Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH). SRH would have scored 178 runs in 6 overs against Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in the final of IPL 2018. At that time SRH’s single batsman was not able to do fifty. In the end, Chennai got 8 wickets from Rakhun Jinkla and won the title.
Highest runs in IPL playoffs without individual fifty:
182/8 – MI vs LSG (Chennai 2023 – Qualifier 2)
178/6 – SRH vs CSK (Mumbai 2018 – Final)
174/7 – SRH vs KKR (Kolkata 2018 – Qualifier 2)
165/6 – RR vs MI (Kolkata 2013 – Qualifier 2)
163/5 – CSK vs RR (Mumbai DYP 2008 – Final)
In the match against Lucknow, except for Green and Surya of Mumbai Indians, no single player crossed the mark of 30. Tilak Verma contributed 26 runs and Nehal Wadheran contributed 23 runs. Nehal played 12 balls hitting 2 fours and 2 sixes and played the lead role in Mumbai’s 180. Salamiveer Ishan Kishan scored 15 runs in 12 balls and captain Rohit Sharma scored 11 runs in 10 balls. From Lucknow, Naveen-Hal-Haq took four wickets in 38 runs in four centuries.
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