Mumbai Indians (MI) star batsman Suryakumar Yadav continued his golden kind with the willow when he got here to bat within the fifth match of the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 in opposition to Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR).
Surya began slamming the white leather-based from the phrase go and hit his twelfth half-century within the cash-rich league off simply 33 balls on the MA Chidambaram stadium in Chennai on Tuesday. Throughout his scintillating knock, the Pune-lad hit an interesting shot that attracted everybody’s consideration, together with teammate Hardik Pandya, who couldn’t resist himself from applauding it.
The incident occurred within the tenth over of MI innings when KKR skipper Eoin Morgan handed over the ball to Australian tempo sensation Pat Cummins. The fitting-armer bowled an excellent size supply round center and off stump, and Surya shuffled a bit to cowl the road of the ball and flicked it over sq. leg for a 99 meter six.
The flick shocked Hardik, who was sitting close to the workforce’s altering room together with different gamers. The all-rounder gave a standing ovation to Surya and was shell-shocked to see the fantastic shot. Together with Hardik, New Zealand duo James Neesham and Trent Boult additionally loved the second and appreciated their teammate.
Right here is the video:
Ohho thats a monster from Surya …
Take a look at Hardik expression , pure Gold pic.twitter.com/xAUcIKEZYV
— AlreadyGotBanned 😄 (@KirketVideoss) April 13, 2021
Rahul Chahar outshines Andre Russell as MI beat KKR within the recreation
Driving on Surya’s knock, the defending champions posted 152/10 of their allotted 20 overs. Other than the 30-year-old explosive batter, MI skipper Rohit Sharma contributed with a vital 43 from 32 balls.
For KKR, Andre Russell was essentially the most profitable bowler, who ended up taking a fifer in opposition to the five-time champions. Russell picked up 5 wickets for simply 15 runs in 2 overs. The Caribbean all-rounder additionally registered the perfect bowling figures by a KKR bowler in IPL. He surpassed teammate Sunil Narine, who had taken a five-wicket haul in opposition to Punjab Kings (then Kings XI Punjab) in 2012 at Kolkata’s Eden Gardens.
In reply, the Knight Riders began fairly effectively after their younger batting pair of Nitish Rana (57), and Shumbman Gill (33) added 72-runs for the opening wicket. Nevertheless, then the carnage adopted as MI spinner Rahul Chahar fully destroyed the KKR batting unit. He bagged 4 wickets in his quota of 4 overs whereas conceding 27 runs.
The 2-time winners succumbed to the stress as they then misplaced three extra wickets and will solely handle to achieve 142/7, losing the contest by 10 runs.