in

Quinton de Kock’s Unbeaten 70 Leads Mumbai Indians to 7-Wicket Win Against RR

Fast approaching a half century as well, Samson could not bat out the final overs of the innings as Trent Boult knocked over his middle stump with an inch perfect yorker in the 18th over. Samson scored 42, putting on a 49-run stand with Dube.
Looking to accelerate in the final couple of overs, Dube was unable to get his timing correct and was caught and bowled by Jasprit Bumrah for 35.

Riyan Parag walked in with 7 deliveries to go in the innings and along with David Miller, dragged the Royals to 171/4, adding 12 runs in the final over, which was an eventful one with a no-ball, dropped catch and a wicket of a free hit.

In response, Rohit and Quinton de Kock started off solidly, both looking set to score big against a not so fancied Royals bowling attack.

Rohit (14) hammered Jaydev Unadkat for a six after taking his time to get in but could not kick on, falling softly to Chris Morris as Chetan Sakariya at mid-on took a simple catch.

The openers, with de Kock playing the more aggressive role, on a good batting surface though set Mumbai off on the chase, scoring 49/1 in the Powerplay.

With Suryakumar Yadav for company, de Kock continued in his merry ways. At the other end, Suryakumar too was moving along at good pace, with his trademark wristy shots on both sides of the wicket finding the boundaries quite comfortably.

Some Of The Content In Our Feed Is Generated From Foreign Sources And Modified By Us. We Do Not Take Responsibility Of Promotions, Claims, And Unintentional Mentions.
We Actively Publish And Promote Content- You Can Mail Us The Draft With/Without Images at [email protected]

www.thequint.com

Report

What do you think?

167 Points
Upvote Downvote

Written by News Molecule

Comments

Leave a Reply

Loading…

0

Joe Gorga & Dolores Catania Fight — Recap – Hollywood Life

Disha Parmar And Rahul Vaidya Seal It With A Kiss On Instagram