There is a discussion of two super overs in a match at this time in the IPL. Kings XI Punjab and Mumbai Indians (KXIP Vs MI) had a tie twice, then had to get super overs twice. Finally, Kings XI Punjab won. Mumbai Indians fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah and Kings XI Punjab’s Mohammed Shami were the two biggest heroes of the Super Over in this match. These two bowlers of Team India made everyone crazy with their non-stop yorker balls. Bowling that will remain in the minds of cricket lovers for a long time.
Boom Boom Boom
First of all, Jasprit Bumrah drove KL Rahul to the second ball of the super over. It was Bumrah’s brilliant yorker ball. After this, Bumrah put Nicholas Pooran in full swing in the affair of putting the yorker.
Pooran was caught out at the point. Punjab’s team could score only 5 runs. Those 3 inches between victory and defeat In the last over, Punjab needed 9 runs to win. At the crease were Chris Jordan and Deepak Hooda, while at the bowling front, Trent Bolt was from Mumbai. Given Punjab’s 5 wickets in hand, this goal was not difficult. Jordan hit a four off the second ball, while a single was scored on the first and third balls.
That is, 6 runs were scored on the first 3 balls. Now 3 runs were needed from just 3 balls to win. On the last ball, Punjab had to score two runs to win. Chris Jordan played Bolt’s yorker-length towards long-on. Jordan and Hooda completed the first run comfortably. A second run would have been done, but Jordan did not run in line with the pitch. He got caught in the circle of completing runs from a distance. So he stayed away from the crease by just 3 inches. This 3-inch gap matches.
First Super Over
- The match reached the super overdue to a tie. Mumbai got the target of just 6 runs in the first super over.
- The drama was also seen here. Mumbai had to score two runs off 1 ball to win. After taking the first run, Quinton Deacock ran for the second, Rahul was run out on a good throw. In this way, the super over was also tied and then another super over.
- Second super over
- Mumbai scored 11 runs in the second super over. Punjab got a target of 12 runs to win.
- This time Chris Gayle and Mayank Agarwal came for batting.
- On the fourth ball, Mayank Agarwal hit Punjab on the leg side and gave Punjab the victory in the second super over.
Punjab chased runs like this
Chasing a target of 177 runs, Punjab’s team got the first blow on the score of 33, when the wicket of Mayank Agarwal (11) fell. Bumrah bolted him. Chris Gayle (24), who landed at number three, could not do much. Trent Boult caught on the ball of Rahul Chahar. Nicholas Pooran (24) started batting but was caught by Bumrah’s ball by Coulter-Nile. The third wicket fell at a score of 108 runs.
Captain KL Rahul at the other end completed the half-century, but Glenn Maxwell (0) failed again. He was caught by Rohit Sharma on the ball of Chahar. On the third ball of the 18th over, Rahul (77 runs, 52 balls, 3 sixes, 7 fours) was bowled by Bumrah and gave a deep blow to Punjab.
The 35th match was named by Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). On Sunday, he beat Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in a super over in Abu Dhabi. Earlier, Sunrisers Hyderabad chased a target of 164 runs to score 163/6 in the allotted 20 overs and the match was tied. Kolkata got just three runs for victory in the Super Over, which was easily achieved by the pair of Captain Eoin Morgan and Dinesh Karthik.