IPL 2022: Even Baby AB could not change the fate of Mumbai, the five-time champion lost the fifth match in a row

IPL 15 Mumbai Indians face Punjab Kings. In this match, Punjab Kings defeated Mumbai and registered their third win of the season. At the same time, Mumbai once again did not get the first win in this season. Punjab won this match by 12 runs. 

Bravis played a brilliant innings 

 

4,6,6,6,6 – Dewald Brevis smashes Rahul Chahar.

We’re still trying to wrap our heads around this over.

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Chasing the score of 199 runs, Mumbai had a very poor start. Team’s slain batsman and captain Rohit Sharma got out after scoring just 28 runs. During this, he also became the seventh batsman in the world and second in India to complete ten thousand runs in T20 cricket. After his dismissal, Ishan Kishan was also out soon. Brevis and Tilak took over the team after two players were dismissed. 

 

Another mix up out there in the middle and Pollard is run-out for 10 runs.

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Brevis scored 49 runs. He faced 25 balls in his innings. During this he hit 5 sixes and four fours. After his dismissal, Tilak was also run out after scoring 36 runs. After his dismissal, Suryakumar Yadav and Pollard carried the innings forward. However, Pollard was also run out after scoring 10 runs. After his dismissal, Suryakumar Yadav tried to win the team but after his dismissal, Mumbai’s batsmen failed. The team could score only 186 runs in 20 overs and the team had to face defeat by 12 runs. 

Punjab showed strength

Shikhar Due to the brilliant batting of Dhawan (70) and captain Mayank Agarwal (52), Punjab Kings (PBKS) set a target of 199 runs to Mumbai Indians (CSK) in the IPL 2022 match. Punjab scored 198 runs in 20 overs for the loss of five wickets. Captain Mayank and Dhawan shared an excellent partnership of 97 runs in 57 balls for the team.

That perfect yorker from @Jaspritbumrah93 as Livingstone is bowled for 2 runs.

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Basil Thampi took two wickets for Mumbai. At the same time, Jasprit Bumrah, M. Ashwin and Jaydev Unadkat took one wicket each.  Earlier, opting to bat after losing the toss, Punjab Kings started with a bang as openers captain Mayank Agarwal and Shikhar Dhawan batted vigorously and scored 65 runs without losing a wicket in the powerplay. Meanwhile, captain Mayank scored his 12th IPL fifty in 30 balls. But captain Mayank became the victim of M. Ashwin after scoring 52 runs in 32 balls with the help of six fours and two sixes, giving the team the first blow to the team for 97 runs in 9.3 overs.

WATCH – Jasprit Bumrah’s perfect yorker to Liam Livingstone

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Jonny Bairstow, who came third, along with Dhawan took the team’s score beyond 100 after 10 overs. During this, Dhawan also completed his fifty in 37 balls. At the same time, Bairstow (12) was bowled by Unadkat, due to which Punjab’s score was 128 runs for the loss of two wickets in 14 overs. Liam Livingstone (2), who came at number four, returned to the pavilion after being dismissed by Bumrah.

Innings Break!

Half-centuries from Dhawan (70) and Mayank (52) guide #PBKS to a total of 198/5 on the board.#MumbaiIndians chase coming up shortly. Stay tuned!

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After this, Jitesh Sharma and Dhawan got quick runs in the last few overs, but Dhawan was caught by Thampi after scoring 70 runs in 50 balls. . In the 20th over, Shahrukh Khan (15) got bowled on the ball by hitting two sixes. The quick partnership of 46 runs in 16 balls between him and Jitesh also came to an end. Jitesh remained unbeaten on 30 as Punjab scored 198 runs in 20 overs for the loss of five wickets. 

(Input: Agency)

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