he Gujarat Titans were pushed to a thrilling dominance in their initial match, beating the Mumbai Indians by six runs on Sunday at Narendra Modi Arena in Ahemdabad.

Guarding 168, the Titans didn’t surrender in spite of being sidelined with the splendour from MI’s Rohit Sharma and Dewald Brevis scoring (43) and (46) separately to facilitate the tension endured with the early wicket of opener Ishan Kishan.

Shubman Gill, captaining the group, interestingly looked incredibly supportive of his players during the scorching stage.

Australian pacer Spencer Johnson, who was designated by MI players for huge sixes, made a superb comeback, taking two significant wickets from Tilak Verma and Gerald Coetzee and recuperating from a shell-stunned first over where he was hit for sixteen runs.

Greatly experienced Mohit Sharma and Umesh Yadav bowled a definitive spell to keep the game yet to be determined, getting back with two wickets each.

Large credit goes to Sai Kishore, who bowled four overs on the bounce to keep the match for the Gujarat Titans and took out hazardous Rohit Sharma.


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