Punjab beat Mumbai Indians by 13 runs.
Punjab captain Sam Karan played a brilliant inning.
New Delhi. After starting with a defeat in IPL (IPL 2023), Mumbai Indians made a great comeback. Rohit Sharma and company landed in Wankhede against Punjab after scoring a hat-trick of victory. Even though Mumbai was on the home ground, Punjab’s charm remained, be it bowling or batting. Coming out to bat first, Punjab’s young captain Sam Curran got rid of Mumbai’s sixes. At the same time, in bowling, Arshdeep Singh snatched victory from the mouth of the champions.
Talking about batting, Sam Karan and Harpreet Singh Bhatia took the lead after losing 4 wickets within 100. Together, both the batters shared a 92-run partnership and put the team in a strong position. Harpreet played a brilliant inning of 41 runs while Sam Karne scored 55 runs in just 29 balls. In this innings of the young captain, 5 fours and 4 sky-high sixes were seen. After this, Jitesh Sharma sprinkled salt on the burn and hit 25 runs in just 7 balls with the help of 4 sixes. Due to these brilliant innings, the team reached 214 runs. But Arshdeep Singh took the responsibility of demolishing Mumbai’s fast batting.
Brake imposed on Surya’s Fifty
Arshdeep Singh gave the first success to the team by sending Ishaan Kishan to the pavilion in his very first over. On the other hand Mr. 360 Suryakumar Yadav of Mumbai was not taking the name of staying at Wankhede. Sky had brought the team very close to the target by scoring 57 runs in just 26 balls. But Arshdeep Singh came as a shield in front of Surya’s aggression. He showed Sky the way to the pavilion in the 18th over. After that showed ‘wicket breaking’ performance in the last over.
ARSHDEEP SINGH – BREAKING STUMPS FOR FUN 🔥pic.twitter.com/NNVlKWppaC
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Tags: Arshdeep Singh, IPL 2023, MI vs PBKS, Suryakumar Yadav
FIRST PUBLISHED : April 23, 2023, 06:30 IST