May 24, 2023

Mumbai Indians have won the toss and have opted to bat.

Lucknow Super Giants (Playing XI): 1 Krunal Pandya (capt), 2 Prerak Mankad, 3 Marcus Stoinis, 4 Nicholas Pooran, 5 Ayush Badoni, 6 Deepak Hooda, 7 K Gowtham, 8 Naveen-ul-Haq, 9 Ravi Bishnoi, 10 Mohsin Khan, 11 Yash Thakur
Sub: Kyle Mayers, Daniel Sams, Yudhvir Singh, Swapnil Singh, Amit Mishra

Mumbai Indians (Playing XI): 1 Rohit Sharma (capt), 2 Ishan Kishan (wk), 3 Suryakumar Yadav, 4 Tim David, 5 Tilak Varma, 6 Cameron Green, 7 Chris Jordan, 8 Hrithik Shokeen, 9 Piyush Chawla, 10 Jason Behrendorff, 11 Akash Madhwal
Sub: Nehal Wadhera, Ramandeep Singh, Vishnu Vinod, Kumar Kartikeya, Sandeep Warrier

Mumbai’s batting

Krunal is bowling in the opening over.

The fours came about as a result of the batter getting past the infield. In the opening over, Ishan scored. In the second over, he twice split the short third and point. And in the third over, Rohit beat short properly. little effort. Nearly the highest award.

Rohit out. Naveen-ul-Haq, a quick bowler, enters the game as spin backfires and dismisses Rohit Sharma.

Green enters after Mumbai lost Rohit and hits his opening ball for a four. They have now lost Kishan as well, but Surya is already in the thick of things, so there is no time to relax. The current score for Mumbai is currently tied for third-highest at the completion of a powerplay in an IPL game played in Chennai. They have scored two sixes and nine fours.

Mohsin Khan enters to take it over, but he sprints far too quickly. He is launched for MASSIVE sixes by both SKY and Cam Green. into the next level.

Mumbai are 98 for 2 after 10 overs.

A slower ball strikes out a batter who excels when the ball is moving quickly and who can perform miracles when the ball is moving quickly. Legcutter of Naveen at 107 km/h. SKY gone for 33 off 20.

Cam Green has also left. He is another who enjoys playing with speed. Gets clean bowled. In the space of three balls, two of their largest weapons were lost.

Yash Thakur scores another wicket. Both of them are big ones. David now, and Kishan on the power play.

They arrived in a batter light, with Nehal Wadhera being the only replacement. Wadhere’s advantage came from the angle from around the wicket into the left-hander.

Mumbai finish on 182.

LSG’s batting

Compared to last night’s pitch, this one is stronger.

And now they’ve eliminated LSG’s best chance to benefit on the powerplay. Kyle Mayers scored 14 runs off of 12.

LSG were 28 for 2 after 4 overs.

Stoinis reaches all and drags them to square leg and midwicket despite Shokeen’s attempts to disguise the ball outside off by angling it from behind the wicket. He’s always been a spin hitter.

Between overs 8 and 10, there were 10 dot balls, including two wickets. Cam Green started it all. Piyush Chawla made it better.

And Rohit turned to one of his young guns on the back of that wicket. Akash Madhwal has made this game more easier. These six balls have increased Mumbai’s advantage by 22%. The skipper, Krunal Pandya. One of their top six-hitters is Nicholas Pooran. Both of them are out.

Now Stoinis, the finest batter for LSG, is heading to the pavilion for a run out! It’s followed by another run out three balls later LSG were 90 for 6 after 12 overs.

Akash Madhwal had five wickets for five runs in 21 balls tonight. First five-for in T20 cricket for him. Prior to this season, he hadn’t played any IPL cricket.

LSG scored 101 for 10 in 16.3 overs and Mumbai Indians won by 81 runs.