An admirable all-round show from the Mumbai Indians assisted them in fixing an exhilarating 9-run prevail upon the Punjab Kings on Thursday at Maharaja Yadavindra Singh International Cricket Stadium, Mullanpur, Chandigarh.

Suryakumar’s masterclass assisted the Mumbai Indians with setting up a significantly considerable total of 192/7 out of 20 overs. Yadav blitzed 78 from 53, showing his ability in the briefest game’s format. Rohit Sharma (36) and Tilak Verma (34) gave further lift to the group. Tim David, managing within limits, broke two limits and one six, scoring 14 off seven conveyances and keeping an astounding strike pace of 200.

Pursuing the objective, the Punjab Kings got off to an ungainly beginning, with four of their top-order players losing their wickets in a steady progression. Openers Sam Curran and Prabhsimran Singh were out by Jasprit Bumrah and Gerald Coetzee separately. Of course, Jasprit Bumrah and Gerald Coetzee struck, disposing of force hitters Rilee Rossouw and Liam Livingstone separately.

Troublemaker Ashutosh Sharma kept the game alive for the Punjab Kings, ruling the innings and applying consistent strain on the Mumbai bowlers with his brave 61-run knockoff of 28 balls. Finally, his hard-battled innings reached a conclusion, with experienced Gerald Coetzee asserting the wicket. Prior, Shashank Sharma kept the group alive with his 41 off 25 balls. This is MI’s third triumph of the year in seven games. The Punjab Kings were bowled out for 183 in 19.1 overs.


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