Match 36. Indian Premier League, 2020

Match 36. Indian Premier League, 2020

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

Game changing overs

3

over

0

2.1

wd

2.2

0

2.2

6

2.3

1

2.4

W

2.5

lb1

2.6

56%
2%
42%
MI
Tie
KXIP
MI15

18

over

1

17.1

2

17.2

W

17.3

1

17.4

1

17.5

0

17.6

55%
4%
41%
MI
Tie
KXIP
KXIP155/5

19

over

2

18.1

4

18.2

1

18.3

4

18.4

2

18.5

0

18.6

34%
10%
56%
MI
Tie
KXIP
KXIP168/5

20

over

1

19.1

4

19.2

1

19.3

0

19.4

1

19.5

W

19.6

30%
42%
28%
MI
Tie
KXIP
KXIP175/5
MI
INN 1

1

2.6

Arshdeep Singh to Suryakumar Yadav LEG BYE! Back of a length ball around leg, Yadav looks to flick but misses and it comes off his pads towards the leg side. The batters collect a leg bye. An appeal too for LBW by the Punjab players but the umpire says no.

W

2.5

Arshdeep Singh to Rohit Sharma OUT! TIMBER! Big wicket! The young man has scalped the big wicket of Rohit Sharma and the players of Punjab are ecstatic and why wouldn't they be as well? This is the wicket of Rohit Sharma. Back of a length ball around off, Rohit looks to cut this one but it comes off his bat's inside edge and goes onto hit the stumps. What a big breakthrough this is for young Arshdeep. Just the start that Punjab needed.

1

2.4

Arshdeep Singh to Quinton de Kock Back of a length ball on off, de Kock opens up the face of his bat and cuts this one to the man at third man for a single run.

6

2.3

Arshdeep Singh to Quinton de Kock SIX! Smashed! This has gone miles! The first six of this innings and it is de Kock who hits this one! Back of a length ball around middle and leg, de Kock swivels and pulls this one over the deep square leg fence for a biggie.

0

2.2

Arshdeep Singh to Quinton de Kock On a good length on middle, de Kock fends this one out.

0

2.2

Arshdeep Singh to Quinton de Kock WIDE! Arshdeep bowls this short ball around middle, de Kock shuffles and looks to pull this one but misses it. Wided.

0

2.1

Arshdeep Singh to Quinton de Kock Back of a length ball on middle, de Kock defends this one out.
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