Mumbai Indians scored 88 keeps running in the last six overs as Hardik Pandya and Kieron Pollard tormented the Chennai Super Kings bowling assault in the conflict between the opposite sides at the Wankhede Stadium on Wednesday. Dwayne Bravo was scammed in the last over as Hardik and Pollard finished the innings in some style smacking the West Indies all-rounder for 29 keeps running in the last finished.
Bravo recorded the most exceedingly awful figures by any bowler in an over this season as he was crushed all around the recreation center by the MI pair. He additionally enlisted the most exceedingly terrible figures by any CSK bowler in an over ever of Indian Premier League. No CSK bowler has ever surrendered 29 keeps running in a solitary over in the challenge.
He was by and by trusted with the obligation to blow away the last by CSK captain MS Dhoni however Bravo neglected to convey this time around. Pollard got a solitary off the main ball before Bravo bowled a wide. Hardik took a solitary off the following ball and Pollard pummeled a six off the third conveyance which was likewise declared as a no-ball for over the midriff stature.
Hardik then went crazy towards the finish of the twentieth over as he pummeled a six, four and a six off the last three conveyances to get 29 keeps running from the over and push Mumbai Indians to a solid aggregate of 170/5 on the board.
Most runs scored off an over in IPL 2019:
29 Hardik Pandya/Keiron Pollard off Bravo
28 MS Dhoni/R Jadeja off J Unadkat
25 S Narine off V Chakravarthy
25 R Uthappa/A Russell off Mohd Shami
Hardik accompanied a purpose to go full scale directly from the main conveyance he confronted and he delivered a shocking presentation of intensity hitting to leave even a quiet and made Dhoni, coming up short on thoughts. He scored a quickfire 25 off 8 conveyances and stayed unbeaten till the end. Prior, Suryakumar Yadav (59) and Krunal Pandya (42) additionally played two vital thumps to enable Mumbai to achieve the 170-run mark.
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