IPL 2023: Akash Madhwal’s 5 wickets destroyed Lucknow super giants in LSG vs MI match

Mumbai Indians have made it to the second qualifier by defeating Lucknow Super Giants (LSG vs MI) by 81 runs in the IPL 2023 Eliminator match played in Chennai. Batting first, Mumbai Indians scored 182/8 in 20 overs, in reply Lucknow Supergiants were bundled out for 101 runs in 16.3 overs.

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Electing to bat first after winning the toss, the opening pair of Ishan Kishan and captain Rohit Sharma added 30 runs in 3.2 overs for Mumbai Indians. The team got the first blow in the form of Rohit and he became the victim of Naveen-ul-Haq after scoring 11 runs in 10 balls. Kishan also went on to score 15 runs and Mumbai Indians suffered a second blow in the fifth over. From here Cameron Green and Suryakumar Yadav took an aggressive approach and added 66 runs in 38 balls to take the team’s score past 100. This partnership was broken by Naveen and he got both the batsmen going in the same over.

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Suryakumar got out after scoring 33 runs. At the same time, Green played an aggressive inning of 41 runs in 23 balls with the help of six fours and a six. Tim David’s bat did not work and he returned to the pavilion as the fifth wicket after scoring 13 runs in 13 balls. Tilak Verma was also able to contribute only 26 runs in 22 balls. Nehal Wadhera, who came in as an impact player in the last over, scored quick runs and took the team to a good score. Vadhera scored an unbeaten 23 in 12 balls with the help of two fours and two sixes. Naveen-ul-Haq took the maximum four wickets and Yash Thakur took three wickets from Lucknow Super Giants.

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Chasing the target in this LSG vs MI match, Lucknow Super Giants got off to a bad start and the team got the first blow at the score of 12. Opener Prerak Mankad went on to score just 3 runs. The second opener Kyle Mayers also did not last long and became the victim of Chris Jordan on a personal score of 18. Marcus Stoinis, along with captain Krunal Pandya, tried to handle the innings but the team lost its third wicket at the score of 69 and Krunal was dismissed by Piyush Chawla after scoring 8 runs. In the tenth over, Akash Madhwal gave two big blows to Lucknow. He made Ayush Badoni walk on a personal score of 1 and did not allow Nicholas Pooran to even open the account. Stoinis was unlucky and was run out in an innings of 40 runs in 27 balls. Krishnappa Gautam was also run out on a personal score of 2. Deepak Hooda was also run out and 15 runs came from his bat. From here the team was reduced to cheap and got a big defeat. Fast bowler Akash Madhwal took five wickets for Mumbai Indians.

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