Mumbai Indians vs Kings XI Punjab Live Score over Match 36 T20 1 5 Updates

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4.6 overs (1 run)
Kishan is flat around the leg and puts it in the square leg area to grab one.

4.5 overs (0 Run)
Kishan is flatter and appears to sweep it to the leg side, but an outside edge sends the ball to the point area.

4.4 overs (4 runs)
FOUR! In the canyon and this is gonna be four! Kishan plays these well! Kishan swings around and rocks his back foot and smashes this through the center of the wicket area to collect a boundary.

4.3 overs (1 run)
Floating ball rounds off, de Kock pushes this into the long off region for another single.

4.2 overs (1 run)
Loopy around, Kishan works this one to the long region for one.

4.1 overs (1 run)
Floating around, De Kock works this offside for a single.

3.6 overs (5 runs)
FIVE DOWN! Round off the back of a long ball, De Kock taps this to the point area for a quick single. The fielder on the point has a shy on the goalkeeper’s end, but misses and the back fielder cannot get it and runs off to the fence. Bad stuff.

3.5 overs (1 run)
Rounding out a short ball, Kishan pulls it into the center of the wicket area for a single.

3.4 overs (0 Run)
On a good length in the middle, Kishan appears to be playing this, but he takes the inner rim and hits his pads.

Ishan Kishan is the new hitter for Mumbai.

3.3 overs (0 Run)
FROM! CAUGHT! It is Shami who has now struck! Mumbai’s at bat just falters now! Careless shot from Yadav and he plays the prize for the same! This is thrown at a good length around the center, Yadav casually tosses it to the center of the wicket region and the fielder fumbles on the first try, but scalps the catch on the second try. It is Murugan Ashwin who caught this one and he did well.
MI vs KXIP: Match 36: WICKET! Suryakumar Yadav c Murugan Ashwin b Mohammed Shami 0 (4b, 0x4, 0x6). Mumbai Indians 24/2 (3.3 Ov). CRR: 6.85

3.2 overs (0 Run)
Yadav has good length around center and pushes it to center on fielder and says no to the basehit.

3.1 overs (0 Run)
Back off a length ball outside, Yadav cuts this, but it’s straight to the first slipfield.

2.6 overs (1 run)
LEG BYE! Yadav is behind a long ball around the leg and appears to be flicking, but misses and comes from his pads to the leg side. The batters collect a leg bye. Also called for LBW by the Punjab players, but the referee says no.

Suryakumar Yadav is the new man in it.

2.5 overs (0 Run)
FROM! WOOD! Big wicket! The young man has scalped Rohit Sharma’s big wicket and the Punjab players are ecstatic and why shouldn’t they be? This is Rohit Sharma’s wicket. Rohit appears to be cutting around behind a long ball, but he comes off the inside of his bat and hits the stumps. What a big breakthrough this is for young Arshdeep. Just the beginning Punjab needed.
MI vs KXIP: Match 36: WICKET! Rohit Sharma b Arshdeep Singh 9 (8b, 2x4, 0x6). Mumbai Indians 23/1 (2.5 Ov). CRR: 8.11

2.4 overs (1 run)
Back of a long ball on out, de Kock opens the face of his bat and cuts it to the man by the third man for a single run.

2.3 overs (6 runs)
SIX! Destroyed! This has gone a long way! The first six of these innings and it’s de Kock who hits them! Back of a length ball around center and leg, the Kock twists and pulls it over the deep square leg partition for a biggie.
MI vs KXIP: Match 36: It's a SIX! Quinton de Kock hits Arshdeep Singh. Mumbai Indians 22/0 (2.3 Ov). CRR: 8.8

2.2 overs (0 Run)
At a considerable length in the middle, De Kock keeps it out.

2.2 overs (1 run)
WIDE! Arshdeep throws this short ball around the center, de Kock shakes and seems to pull it, but misses it. Wide.

2.1 overs (0 Run)
Behind a longitudinal ball in the middle, De Kock defends it.

Arshdeep Singh is now being introduced to the attack.

1.6 overs (0 Run)
Rohit, behind a long ball around out and center, looks for the film but misses and gets hit on the pads. The players appeal but the referee does not move.

1.5 overs (0 Run)
Outside, Sharma pushes it to the winger.

1.4 overs (4 runs)
FOUR! Too much work for man in depth, but his effort was good! Rohit puts the back of a length ball around the leg, tucking it away into the fine leg area. The fielder does well to dive, but his effort will not pay off as this hits the ropes.
MI vs KXIP: Match 36: Rohit Sharma hits Mohammed Shami for a 4! Mumbai Indians 15/0 (1.4 Ov). CRR: 9

1.3 overs (1 run)
At a fuller length around the leg, the Kock stops this way to the deep square leg area for a single.

1.2 overs (0 Run)
Aside from a good length ball, De Kock pushes it to the coverage area and shouts no to the single.

1.1 overs (4 runs)
FOUR! Beaten away by Quinton de Kock! He gets his first limit of the innings! Back off a longitudinal ball outside, De Kock hits it through point and he runs away to the fence.
MI vs KXIP: Match 36: Quinton de Kock hits Mohammed Shami for a 4! Mumbai Indians 10/0 (1.1 Ov). CRR: 8.57

Who will cast on the other side? It will be Mohammed Shami.

0.6 more than (0 run)
Short ball round off, Rohit works this one to the point region. Only 6 runs from the first time.

0.5 more than (4 runs)
FOUR! The game’s first boundary and it’s from Rohit’s bat! Flatten the ball around it, Rohit hits it through the coverage area and it runs away to the fence.
MI vs KXIP: Match 36: Rohit Sharma hits Glenn Maxwell for a 4! Mumbai Indians 6/0 (0.5 Ov). CRR: 7.2

0.4 over (0 Run)
In the middle, defended back by Rohit.

0.3 over (1 run)
In the middle, De Kock pushes these to the mid-wicket region and they leave for the risky single. Maxwell is shy at the bowler’s end, but misses. Ultimately a single.

0.2 more than (0 Run)
Floating outside, De Kock drives it to the deck area. Rohit looks for the single but is sent back.

0.1 over (1 run)
Rohit and Mumbai are on their way right away! Starting with a flatter delivery around the leg, Rohit stops this to the square leg area for a single.

Turn right! We have completed all pre-match formalities as the action is about to begin. The referees walk to the center. The Punjab players are in a huddle and KL Rahul shares some final words of wisdom before the fielders take their respective positions on the field. The Mumbai, Rohit Sharma and Quinton de Kock openers are making their way to the center. Glenn Maxwell starts with the ball for Punjab. Here we go..

Punjab (unchanged play XI) – Chris Gayle, KL Rahul (WK / C), Mayank Agarwal, Deepak Hooda, Nicholas Pooran, Glenn Maxwell, Chris Jordan, Ravi Bishnoi, Mohammed Shami, Arshdeep Singh, Murugan Ashwin.

Mumbai (unchanged play XI) – Rohit Sharma (C), Quinton de Kock (WK), Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Krunal Pandya, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Rahul Chahar, Trent Boult, Jasprit Bumrah.

Punjab captain KL Rahul starts out by saying they are at a point in the tournament where the toss doesn’t matter and they just want to play well and the guys are looking forward to it. Adds that they have to show energy and try to win everything from here. Tells they knew they had to win the previous game and will try to do the same here. Indicates they are unchanged for this game.

Rohit Sharma, the Mumbai skipper, starts out by saying there is no reason to change anything and they got it right when they hit first and when they put runs on the board. Adds that the team looked very balanced and guys put their hands in different scenarios and the guys did a good job. Praise Bumrah for his bowling and says the team is doing well. Indicates they are unchanged for this game.

TOSS – We are all ready for the throw. Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul are in the center for the throw. The currency is going up and it lands in Mumbai’s favor. MUMBAI WILL MEAT FIRST!

Hello and welcome to the second game of the Super Sunday. This game sees Mumbai lock the horns against Punjab, both of which are in contrasting shapes as Mumbai is at the top half of the table and Punjab is all the way down in the last position. The similarity between both teams is that they achieved victories in their previous match. Mumbai has been in supreme shape and is eager to collect the two points offered here and get back to the top of the table. Punjab, on the other hand, struggled all season, but didn’t play as bad as the points table would suggest. They will try to continue their good momentum and beat a strong side in Mumbai. Who will come out on top? Rohit’s Mumbai or Rahul’s Punjab? Stay tuned for all updates.

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