MI vs KKR IPL Match Result: Kolkata’s picture is yet to…

MI vs KKR IPL 2022: This is the 9th defeat of Mumbai Indians (MI) in 11 matches and the team is in the last place in the points table, while Kolkata (KKR) registered its fifth win.

Kolkata Knight Riders (Kolkata Knight Riders) Has saved the strings of its hopes from breaking in IPL 2022. Under the captaincy of Shreyas Iyer, Kolkata recovered from a bad phase Mumbai Indians (Mumbai Indians) They have kept their claim alive for the race for the tournament playoffs by defeating K.K. by a huge margin of 52 runs. Jasprit Bumrah at DY Patil Stadium on Monday 9th May (Jasprit Bumrah vs KKR) He restricted Kolkata to just 165 runs by putting the most sensational bowling spell of this season. Mumbai, which came in this match after two consecutive victories, seemed a contender for victory, but the team’s batsmen did not contribute at all on their behalf. On that, the excellent bowling of Pat Cummins and the tremendous fielding of KKR, making Mumbai’s path easier, piled up Mumbai for just 113 runs.

Kolkata, which has already made many changes in this season, changed half the team in this match. KKR called 5 players back in the team after a long time and almost all contributed significantly to the victory. It was started by Venkatesh Iyer and Ajinkya Rahane, who came again to open after several matches. Both gave a quick start of 60 runs in just 34 balls. Iyer was particularly aggressive and came back with 43 runs (4 sixes, 3 fours) in just 24 balls. Rahane could not play fast and big innings, but helped in handling the innings.

KKR devastated by Jasprit Bumhar’s pace

After this Nitish Rana also batted fast and continued the start he got from Venkatesh. However, he did not get full support from the other side. Rana took the team to 135 runs in 14 overs, but the situation changed from here. Bumrah, who came in the 15th over, changed the course of the match. In this over, Bumrah returned the pavilion to Andre Russell and Nitish Rana with his speed and bounce. After this, in the 18th over, he took out 3 wickets in the maiden over and in the 20th over, giving only 1 run, KKR were restricted to 165 for 9 wickets. In his last 2 overs, Bumrah gave only 1 run and took 3 wickets.

Kolkata pacers showed threat

Bumrah’s performance gave Mumbai confidence, but perhaps the Kolkata pacers were also inspired by it and put Mumbai under pressure from the very first over. Captain Rohit Sharma got out due to a controversial decision on the last ball of the first over. Then Pat Cummins and Andre Russell also troubled the Mumbai batsmen with speed and wickets kept falling. Tilak Verma and Ramandeep Singh could not last long and were the victim of Russell, while spinner Varun Chakraborty, who returned to the team, gave a big blow in the 13th over in the form of Tim David.

Cummins did Bumrah’s miracle

Opener Ishan Kishan was struggling for Mumbai, who completed his half-century in 40 balls. Then the same thing happened with Mumbai, which happened with KKR. The match got turned upside down in the 15th over of the innings. Pat Cummins, returning to the team, took 3 wickets including Ishan Kishan in this over, taking Mumbai’s score from 4 wickets for 100 to 7 for 102. In the end, all the blame came on Kieran Pollard and it was difficult for him to reach this goal. Mumbai’s innings ended in a very dramatic way. The team lost its remaining three wickets in just 4 balls and all three went for run out on the Bahrain fielding and the entire team was bundled out for just 113 runs in 17.3 overs.