IPL 2020 MI vs KXIP highlights: Punjab edge out Mumbai in 2nd Tremendous Over

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Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul during MI vs KXIP toss at Dubai International cricket stadium. Photo: Sportzpics for BCCI

In a most dramatic T20 cricket match ever, comprising two Super Over deciders, (KXIP) held its nerve to eke out a heart-stopping win over reigning (MI) to most deservingly win two points and stay in the race for the playoffs.

After the scores were levelled at the end of the regulation two innings of 20 overs each, the contest slipped into a Super Over. However, this decider, too, ended in a tie, and it took another Super Over decider the winner. The second time around, ‘Universe Boss’ effectively sealed the win with the first-ball six.

Second super over Rules

MCC law states: Any batsman dismissed in a Super-Over can’t take part in the next.

Batsman got out does not bat again and bowler cannot be repeated.

Both teams used different set of players in both Super Overs

The hero of the thriller at Dubai International Cricket Stadium was KXIP captain-cum-wicket-keeper-cum-batsman KL Rahul, who was adjudged the Man of the Match, not just for his 51-ball 77, but perhaps also for his cool captaincy.

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It was the day’s second match that was decided through a Super Over decider, as earlier in the day, Kolkata Knight Riders had pipped SunRisers Hyderabad in Abu Dhabi.

MI vs KXIP second super over scorecard

Second Super Over
innings
Batsman Dismissal Runs Balls Fours Sixes
Kieron Pollard not out 8 5 1 0
Hardik Pandya runout (Arshdeep) 1 1 0 0
Suryakumar Yadav not out 0 0 0 0
Total: 11-1 in 6 balls
Bowler Over Maiden Runs Wickets
Chris Jordan 1 0 11 0
Kings XI Punjab’s innings
Batsman Dismissal Runs Balls Fours Sixes
Chris Gayle not out 7 2 0 1
Mayank Agarwal not out 8 2 2 0
Total: 15-0 in 4 balls
Bowler Over Maiden Runs Wickets
Trent Boult 0.4 0 15 0

MI won the toss and posted 176 for six wickets in 20 overs, with the lone half-century coming from Quinton de Kock (53 off 43 balls), and KXIP ended with the same score, thanks to top scorer Rahul, who slammed seven boundaries and three sixes.

In the first Super Over, MI fast bowler once again stepped up when the team needed him. The lanky bowler first picked three wickets in the match before his lethal bowling saw KXIP managing just five runs losing two wickets in the first Super Over.

However, MI scored five and lost one wicket, as the contest extended to the second Super Over.

In the second Super Over, MI managed 11 runs at the loss of one wicket, and while chasing KXIP opener Chris Gayle’s massive six, along with Mayank Agarwal’s boundary was enough to fetch KXIP a pulsating win with two balls to spare.

Agarwal was the hero of the second Super Over. While fielding near the boundary line, he leapt back to catch the ball while being air-borne at long on rope and threw it back in to deny Kieron Pollard a six. That turned out to be a decisive save.

Before it, KXIP, who were chasing the 177-run target, were off to a flying start as (77) and (11) added 33 runs in the initial three overs.

Three balls later, Bumrah castled Agarwal that saw (24) joining skipper Rahul in the middle.

Gayle and Rahul tried to repair the early damage with a 42-run stand for the second wicket. While trying to clear the long-off fence in the 10th over, Gayle handed a catch to at the boundary off a Rahul Chahar delivery.

(24) and Rahul were then involved in a 33-run stand before Bumrah struck again, this time packing the West Indian in the 13th over, leaving KXIP at 108/3.

maintained his inconsistency with the bat as the Aussie once again departed without troubling the scorers. Rahul and Hooda then shared 38-run stand, taking their side closer to the target.

However, Bumrah spoiled the KXIP party as he dismissed Rahul in the 18th over with a deadly yorker. Bumrah’s breakthrough also turned out to be the game changer. With nine needed off the final over, Deepak Hooda (23 not out) and Chris Jordan (13) could manage only eight.

The match went down to the wire with two required from the final ball but a brilliant run out saw Jordan falling short of the crease as scores were tied.

For MI, Bumrah shone with figures of 3/24 while Rahul Chahar bagged two.

Earlier, wicket-keeper Quinton de Kock’s valiant 53 along with Kieron Pollard’s 34 and (24) late fireworks took MI to 176/6′

MI kept losing wickets at regular intervals as half of their batsmen were back in the pavilion with 116 runs on board in 15.3 overs. However, de Kock showed grit and determination in the middle.

The South African stumper was involved in a 58-run partnership with (34) before falling. de Kock’s innings contained three fours and as many sixes.

Later in the ‘death’ overs, Pollard and Coulter-Nile’s cameo put MI in a healthy position, adding unbeaten 57 runs off the final 21 balls.

Pollard’s knock, which came off just 12 balls, was decorated with a boundary and four sixes while Coulter-Nile smashed four fours.

For KXIP, Mohammad Shami and Arshdeep Singh picked two wickets each. Shami also bowled a tight over in the first Super Over decider.

Second super over Rules

MCC law states: Any batsman dismissed in a Super-Over can’t take part in the next.

Batsman got out does not bat again and bowler cannot be repeated.

Bumrah and Shami cannot bowl in second Super Over

 
In the points table, is at the second spot and will move to top of the table if it wins today’s match. KXIP is languishing at the bottom of the points table.
 
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KXIP innings highlights

Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 – 6.0 (Mandatory – 51 runs, 1 wicket)

Kings XI Punjab: 50 runs in 5.5 overs (35 balls), Extras 1

Kings XI Punjab: 100 runs in 10.6 overs (66 balls), Extras 3

KL Rahul: 50 off 35 balls (4 x 4, 3 x 6)

Kings XI Punjab: 150 runs in 16.6 overs (102 balls), Extras 4

KXIP full scorecard

Batsman Dismissal Runs Balls Fours Sixes
KL Rahul b Bumrah 77 51 7 3
Mayank Agarwal b Bumrah 11 10 1 0
Chris Gayle c Boult b Chahar 24 21 1 2
Nicholas Pooran c Coulter-Nile b Bumrah 24 12 2 2
Glenn Maxwell c Rohit b Chahar 0 1 0 0
Deepak Hooda not out 23 16 1 1
Chris Jordan run out (Pollard/de Kock) 13 8 2 0
Total: 176-6 in 20 Overs
Bowler Over Maiden Runs Wickets
Trent Boult 4 0 48 0
Krunal Pandya 2 0 12 0
Jasprit Bumrah 4 0 24 3
Nathan Coulter-Nile 4 0 33 0
Kieron Pollard 2 0 26 0
Rahul Chahar 4 0 33 2

Mumbai inning’s key highlights

  • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 – 6.0 (Mandatory – 43 runs, 3 wickets)
  • : 50 runs in 7.3 overs (45 balls), Extras 2
  • Strategic Timeout: Mumbai Indians – 60/3 in 9.0 overs (Quinton de Kock 26, 16)
  • 4th Wicket: 50 runs in 44 balls (de Kock 16, 33, Extra 1)
  • Strategic Timeout: Mumbai Indians – 96/4 in 13.5 overs (de Kock 39)
  • Mumbai Indians: 100 runs in 13.6 overs (84 balls), Extras 7
  • Q de Kock: 50 off 39 balls (3 x 4, 3 x 6)
  • Mumbai Indians: 150 runs in 18.4 overs (112 balls), Extras 7
  • 7th Wicket: 50 runs in 20 balls (Pollard 29, Coulter-Nile 24, Extra 0)
  • Innings Break: Mumbai Indians – 176/6 in 20.0 overs (Pollard 34, Coulter-Nile 24) 

MI vs KXIP: MI scorecard

Batsman Dismissal Runs Balls Fours Sixes
Rohit Sharma b Arshdeep 9 8 2 0
Quinton de Kock c Agarwal b Jordan 53 43 3 3
Suryakumar Yadav c M Ashwin b Shami 0 4 0 0
Ishan Kishan c M Ashwin b Arshdeep 7 7 1 0
Krunal Pandya c Hooda b Bishnoi 34 30 4 1
Hardik Pandya c Pooran b Shami 8 4 0 1
Kieron Pollard not out 34 12 1 4
Nathan Coulter-Nile not out 24 12 4 0
Total: 176-6 in 20 Overs
Bowler Over Maiden Runs Wickets
Glernn Maxwell 2 0 14 0
Mohammad Shami 4 0 30 2
Arshdeep Singh 2 0 13 2
Murugan Ashwin 3 0 28 0
Ravi Bishnoi 2 0 12 1
Chris Jordan 3 0 32 1
Deepak Hooda 1 0 9 0

MI vs KXIP playing 11 

Both the teams have made no changes in their playing 11s from previous match.

MI playing 11: Rohit Sharma(c), Quinton de Kock(w), Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Krunal Pandya, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Rahul Chahar, Trent Boult,

KXIP playing 11: KL Rahul(w/c), Mayank Agarwal, Chris Gayle, Nicholas Pooran, Glenn Maxwell, Deepak Hooda, Chris Jordan, Murugan Ashwin, Mohammed Shami, Ravi Bishnoi, Arshdeep Singh.

 
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