Rohit Fifty, 5000 Runs – 192 for Kings

– Hardik, Pollard Explosive Partnering

Abu Dhabi: Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma’s half-century and Hardik Pandya’s Pollard explosive batting helped the Kings XI Punjab score 192 runs.

The fast bowler Sheldon Cottrell bowled Mumbai opener Quinton de Kock before opening the account, defending KL Rahul’s decision to win the toss. Captain Rohit Sharma opened the account with a boundary, though he lost the first wicket quickly. But Surya Kumar Yadav, who scored 10 off 7 balls, was run out. Mumbai lost their 2nd wicket for 21 runs. Power play ended with Mumbai losing 2 wickets for 41 runs.

Rohit 5 Thousand Run: In the meantime, Rohit Sharma continued his batting innings, scoring four runs in an innings while scoring 5 thousand runs in IPL Only RCB captain Virat Kohli and Chennai’s Suresh Raina have scored over 5,000 runs in the IPL, while Rohit has been named as the 3rd player.

Mumbai lost the first two wickets very quickly but Ishaan Kishan and captain Rohit’s patience put the pair together for the third wicket with a half century. Mumbai were bowled out for 62 at the end of 10 overs. Bishnoi made a comeback in the bowling of Neesham when he scored 30 runs. In the meantime, Gautam bowled well and bowled Ishaan Kishan for a huge blow. Kishan scored 28 off 32 balls with the help of four boundaries and a six.

Rohit Sharma, who focused on increasing the total, was quickened to Pollard’s runs. Rohit Sharma hit a brisk batting half century (53) off 40 balls. Rohit Sharma, who scored 22 runs in the 16th over, was dismissed for a 70 off Maxwell’s timely fielding at Shami Bowling.

Hardik Pandya then gave an explosive batting performance. In the final 4 overs, Hardik, who hit six sixes and four boundaries, hit three fours and two sixes. Pollard and Hardik shared a 67-run partnership for the first time with 23 balls to spare.


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