In the 13th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) being played in the UAE, on Wednesday, the four-time champions Mumbai Indians recovered from a defeat against the two-time champions Kolkata Knight Riders in a one-sided victory over the Chennai Super Kings in the first match. Registered. Batting first, the team scored a strong score of 195 runs on the basis of captain Rohit Sharma’s captaincy innings and Suryakumar Yadav’s brilliant game. In response, Dinesh Karthik’s team managed to score 146 runs for nine wickets in the scheduled overs and lost the match by 49 runs. Star fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah bowled like a champion bowler for Mumbai and sent batsmen like Andre Russell and Eoin Morgan to the pavilion but could not maintain the rhythm in the last over of their quota which helped Pat Cummins hit four sixes in his over. .
Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah had spent only 5 runs in his first three overs but he proved to be quite expensive in the fourth over of his quota. When Bumrah came to bowl the 18th over of the innings, the view was different. In this over, Pat Cummins of KKR got four sixes, not one or two. In this over, Bumrah also threw a wide while two runs came off a ball. In this way, Bumrah scored 27 runs in the 18th over. However, this is not the first time a batsman has hit four sixes in a single over of Bumrah. Before this, JP Duminy in 2015 and Bravo in 2018 have done this feat.
Barring this over, Bumrah bowled brilliantly throughout the match. Before this over, Bumrah took two wickets for 5 runs in 3 overs which includes batsmen like Andre Russell and Eoin Morgan. It was the 16th over of the innings. It also proved to be the turning point of the over-innings because if one of these two batsmen had survived till the end of the innings, the result could have been something else. Everyone knows what Morgan or Russell can do when they have their day and both these batsmen have done this many times in the past.