Match 31. Indian Premier League, 2020

Match 31. Indian Premier League, 2020

Match
Stats
Match
Reel
Report
Card
Phases
Of Play
Game changing
Overs

Game changing overs

18

over

1

17.1

0

17.2

W

17.3

2

17.4

W

17.5

1

17.6

60%
1%
39%
RCB
Tie
KXIP
RCB134/4

4

over

0

3.1

1

3.2

6

3.3

0

3.4

4

3.5

4

3.6

47%
1%
52%
RCB
Tie
KXIP
KXIP33

8

over

0

7.1

wd3

7.2

1

7.2

1

7.3

1

7.4

6

7.5

W

7.6

27%
2%
71%
RCB
Tie
KXIP
KXIP78/1

20

over

0

19.1

0

19.2

1

19.3

0

19.4

W

19.5

6

19.6

%
100%
RCB
KXIP
KXIP177/2
RCB
INN 1

1

17.6

Mohammed Shami to Isuru Udana Short ball around the body, Udana pulls it towards square leg and keeps the strike. Fantastic over from Shami. Just 4 runs and two massive wickets off it.

W

17.5

Mohammed Shami to Virat Kohli OUT! Caught! This over might as well be the game changing over in this game. First de Villiers and now Kohli, Shami has given his skipper what he would have dreamed of. A very well-disguised slower short ball around the body. Kohli looks to pull but he is way too early in his stroke. The ball hits the back part of his bat and lobs to the front and right of the keeper. Rahul runs in and dives to take a stunning catch.

2

17.4

Mohammed Shami to Virat Kohli Around off, Kohli drives it wide of sweeper cover and gets a couple.

W

17.3

Mohammed Shami to AB de Villiers OUT! Caught! Shami strikes and this is a big wicket for Punjab! This might as well make a difference of 15-20 runs in the total. A very full ball on off, de Villiers looks to smoke it over long off but he hits it off the lower half of his bat. It goes high in the air and just about goes past the 30-yard circle. Deepak Hooda settles under it and takes a simple catch. He is a good fielder and was never going to drop this.

0

17.2

Mohammed Shami to AB de Villiers Very well bowled by Shami! Slower ball on a length outside off, de Villiers swings but gets deceived by the slowness of this delivery and misses.

1

17.1

Mohammed Shami to Virat Kohli Full around off, Kohli hits it across the line to deep mid-wicket for one.
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