KKR won the match against Mumbai by five wickets.
Nitish Rana of Kolkata Knight Riders was reprimanded for violating Tatas and fined 10 per cent of his match fee. Indian Premier League (IPL) Code of conduct during his team’s match against Mumbai Indians in Pune.
Mr Rana admitted to a Level 1 offense of the IPL Code of Conduct and accepted the sanction. Mumbai Indians’ Jasprit Bumrah has been reprimanded for breaching the Tata Indian Premier League (IPL) code of conduct during his team’s match against Kolkata Knight Riders in Pune.
Mr Bumrah admitted to a Level 1 offense of the IPL Code of Conduct and accepted the sanction. For Level 1 breaches of the Code of Conduct, the decision of the match referee is final and binding. It should be noted that the exact offense has not been revealed, but the players have accepted their respective sanctions and have been fined accordingly.
Coming to the match between KKR vs MI, Mumbai Indians batted first, where Suryakumar Yadav’s half-centuries (52 off 36) and Tilak Verma (38 off 27) and Kieron Pollard (22 off 5) were brief. With the help of the innings, he scored 161 runs. riding. Earlier in the innings, Dewald Brevis played some great shots, scoring 29 off 19.
Pat Cummins wreaks havoc on Mumbai Indians bowlers
However, when KKR started the chase, they quickly started losing wickets as they reeled in at 35/2, but everything changed for them in the blink of an eye. Pat Cummins commenced operations. Cummins, who scored the joint-fastest fifty of the IPL, broke the back of the MI bowlers and hit them for fun at the MCA, Pune. He scored 56* for 15 to wreak complete havoc and took KKR over the line with the help of four fours and six sixes with four overs to spare.
Venkatesh Iyer, on the other hand, played the anchor role as he played an unbeaten 50-run knock of 41 runs to cement KKR’s chances against MI. Bumrah remained without a wicket in the game while Rana Murugan could manage only eight runs with his bat before Ashwin was dismissed.