IPL 2021 Pollard Makes Mumbai win against Chennai in the last ball of the match.
Mumbai vs CSK Match Highlights:
Chennai Super Kings: 218/4 in 20 overs (Rayudu 72 *, Moin 57, Pollard 2/12)
Mumbai Indians: 219/6 in 20 overs (Pollard 6 *, Quinton 36, Sam Quran 3/34)
The Mumbai Indians won by four wickets.
Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings played IPL 2021 match yesterday at Delhi’s Arun Jaitley Stadium. Both innings scored more than 400 runs. The batters of both teams reached 30 sixes. On the one hand, Ambati Rayudu’s 72 against 27 balls, courtesy of the Chennai Pearl 200. On the other hand, Mumbai chased after Kieron Pollard’s 219-run chase and won the toss, and chose to hit. The Caribbean star made six runs with just 34 balls.
After winning the toss, Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma decided to line up first. And at the beginning, Hyderabad party hero Rituraj Gaikwad (4) took the window of Mumbai Trent Bolt. But then Faf du Plessis and Moin Ali returned to Chennai.
They both completed half a century and quickly added 108 runs for the second wicket. However, Moin was fired after playing a brilliant 56 inning with just 36 balls. Make five four and five sixes. Soon after, Chennai lost two more plots of land.
Du Plessis and Suresh Raina were fired by two in Kieron Pollard’s first over. However, Du Plessis was in a good mood that day. He did 50 runs with only 26 balls. He did two fours and four sixes in that match.
At this time, many may have thought that the Chennai race could not cross the 200-race mark. Because even then, no one could have predicted a storm called Ambati Rayudu.
However, even if it is a storm, maybe Rayudur’s entries are minor. Because he scored 72 runs with only 26 balls. Marlene was four, four, and seven six. None of the bowlers in Mumbai got away with it. Rabindra Jadeja was also undefeated at the end with 22 runs on 22 balls.
In the end, Chennai scored 216 of 4 at the end of 20 allotted overs. Apart from Pollard, no other bowler in Mumbai has made such a mark on this day. Even bowlers like Jaspreet Bumrah were eliminated by 56 in four overs.
The Mumbai Indians got off to a good start after chasing a big goal of 219 runs. Rohit Sharma and Quinton D’Cock added 61 runs in the opening partnership.
After that, Mumbai lost three wickets within ten runs. Two starters, Rohit, D’Cock, and Suryakumar Yadav, added only three runs.
Rohit scored 35 and Quinton 36 runs. But the Caribbean star Kieron Pollard performed as the savior of Mumbai. Ambati Rayadu played the innings for Chennai.
Pollard started slow and was concentrating on an excellent partnership with Krunal Pandya. As a result, they both added 69 runs. Later, Krunal got out for 32 of 23 balls.
Then Hardick Pandya arrived and accompanied Pollard for a while. But Hardik was out after playing a stormy 18-run 6-ball inning. Pollard could have been out this time.
The Caribbean star got his life from him in his six personal careers. Outfielders like Faf du Plessis dropped the easy catch. However, he not only caught but also left the match.
Meanwhile, Mumbai needed 18 runs to win the last six balls of the match. And without a run on the first ball, Pollard then hit a six and a four to bring Mumbai closer to victory.
After that, with two runs remaining on the last ball, he quickly gave the team a significant win. And he remained undefeated at the end of the day by playing a devastating 8-run inning.
He also says he’s only 34. Maren has six fours and six huge sixes. Mumbai also chased the second-highest run in IPL history with its bat.
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