Post DC Vs MI And LSG Vs RR Matches

Post DC vs MI and LSG vs RR Matches

 

 
 

Post DC vs MI and LSG vs RR Matches

POST DC VS MI AND LSG VS RR MATCHES

The Saturday becomes more interesting with two thrilling blockbusters. Delhi Capitals clashed with Mumbai Indians at Arun Jaitley Stadium, while Lucknow Super Giants took on Rajasthan Royals at Ekana Stadium. Both matches witnessed mesmerizing performances, especially from the bowlers, reshaping the landscape of the Purple Cap table. Fans were treated to a spectacle as the action unfolded on the field, making it a memorable day packed with cricketing drama and excitement.

Mumbai’s Poor Bowling and Delhi’s Excellence:

The Delhi Capitals vs Mumbai Indians clash was a classic encounter. Mumbai Indians won the toss and elected to bowl first, but their bowlers struggled to contain the opposition batsmen. Piyush Chawla impressed, taking 1 wicket while conceding 36 runs, while Mohammad Nabi and Luke Wood also chipped in with 1 wicket each. Jasprit Bumrah managed 1 wicket at the expense of 35 runs. However, Hardik Pandya endured a tough outing, conceding 41 runs in just 2 overs without any success with the ball.

In the second innings, the DC bowlers showcased their domination. Mukesh Kumar and Khaleel Ahmed dismissed Ishan Kishan and Rohit Sharma. That put pressure on Mumbai. Khaleel Ahmed dismissed Suryakumar Yadav on a crucial point. Mukesh Kumar was amazing as he ended his spell by securing 3 wickets in 59 runs. Rashik Salam also got 3 wickets in 34 runs. Despite those excellent efforts, they defeated Mumbai Indians by 10 runs. 

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Rajasthan’s Bowling Effort and Lucknow’s Struggle:

Lucknow Super Giants met Rajasthan Royals in the second match of the day. While bowling in the second innings, Rajasthan Royals bowlers tried to dominate them. In the very first over, Trent Boult dismissed Quinton de Kock. That was a pressure on the opponent. After that, Sandeep Sharma dismissed Stoinis on a duck. He ended up taking 2 wickets in 31 runs. KL Rahul was going great. At that point, Avesh Khan dismissed him and that was a crucial point of the game. Ravichandran Ashwin took 1 wicket in 39 runs. They restricted LSG in 196/5. 

In the second innings, Lucknow’s bowlers faced an uphill battle against the opponent’s relentless batting onslaught. Yash Thakur drew first blood by dismissing Jos Buttler, but Marcus Stoinis struck back with the key wicket of Yashasvi Jaiswal. Amit Mishra added to the tally by removing Riyan Parag. However, the remaining bowlers struggled to make an impact, conceding crucial runs. Despite early breakthroughs, Lucknow failed to maintain pressure, ultimately succumbing to a 7-wicket defeat.

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The Purple Cap Race:

Player’s NameTeamMatchWickets  BBI  Average  Economy Rate
Jasprit Bumrah  MI  9  145/21  17.7  6.64
Harshal PatelPBKS  9  143/15  23.29  10.19
Yuzvendra Chahal  RR  9  133/11    23.54  9.00
Mukesh Kumar  DC  7133/14  21.6911.06
Kuldeep Yadav  DC  7124/55  19.00  8.44
T. Natarajan  SRH  6124/1917.428.71
Khaleel Ahmed  DC10  122/2129.259.49
Arshdeep Singh  PBKS  9  124/2925.179.64
Sam CurranPBKS9123/2822.589.68

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