Updated: April 8, 2020 4:15:15 pm
In a great world, as per the unique schedule, this might have been the 13th season of the IPL the place a KL Rahul-led Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) was speculated to face Mumbai Indians (MI) captained by Rohit Sharma on the PCA Stadium in Mohali. However, the continuing coronavirus pandemic has put the match on maintain. It’s the proper time to show the pages again and relive some of the best clashes and excellent performances between the 2 groups over the years.
So far, KXIP and MI have confronted one another in 24 matches, of which Punjab has gained on 11 events whereas Mumbai gained 13 video games. Their statistics bear testimony to how balanced these two groups have been and additionally the nail-biting affairs they’ve been concerned in.
IPL 2008, KXIP win by 1 run
Kings XI Punjab- 189 (Marsh 81, Pomersbach 79*, Chitnis 2-40) beat Mumbai Indians- 188 (Tendulkar 65, Yuvraj 2-12) by one run.
A 134-run stand between Shaun Marsh and Luke Pomersbach laid the platform for KXIP to set an imposing whole of 189/4. At one level Mumbai appeared heading in the right direction to win whereas Sachin Tendulkar was nonetheless on the crease. But the grasp blaster’s dismissal led to a dramatic turnaround.
With 19 wanted off 6 balls, it was a see-saw last over from VRV Singh, which witnessed a dropped catch and three run-outs as Kings XI Punjab emerged victorious to finish Mumbai Indians’ six-match profitable streak.
IPL 2009, KXIP win by Three runs
Kings XI Punjab 119 for 8 (Sangakkara 45*, Malinga 2-12) beat Mumbai Indians 116 for 7 (Duminy 59, Abdulla 2-19) by three runs.
Once once more batting first, KXIP posted a meagre 119, with Sri Lankan legend Kumar Sangakkara top-scoring with an unbeaten 45.
Defending the small whole Kings XI Punjab’s three-pronged tempo assault bowled neatly to maintain the Mumbai squad in test. South Africa’s Yusuf Abdulla was given the duty of bowling the last over, and defend 12 runs. And what an over it turned out to be.
IPL 2013, MI win by Four runs
Mumbai Indians 174 for 3 (Rohit 79*, Smith 33) beat Kings XI Punjab 170 (Miller 56, Hussey 34, Harbhajan 3-14) by 4 runs.
Rohit Sharma starred for MI with an undefeated 79 that noticed David Miller’s 56 go in useless. However, Mumbai Indians had no enterprise permitting the sport to be determined off the last ball.
When Miller was dismissed, KXIP was down within the dumps needing 26 off the ultimate two overs with only one wicket in hand. 17 have been wanted off the last over by Dhawal Kulkarni. A complete of eight deliveries have been bowled in that over, of which six have been full tosses, one of them was referred to as a no-ball and one other ought to have been – it was clearly above the waist – however wasn’t.
IPL 2017, KXIP gained by 7 runs
Kings XI Punjab 230 for 3 (Saha 93*, Maxwell 47) beat Mumbai Indians 223 for six (Simmons 59, Pollard 50*, Mohit 2-57) by seven runs
This match in 2017 was a run slugfest. The two groups scored 453 runs between them, the second-highest mixture in IPL historical past. However, the end result of the match was determined within the last over with Mohit Sharma defending 15 to disclaim a rampaging Kieron Pollard.
IPL 2018, MI win by Three runs
Mumbai Indians 186 for 8 (Pollard 50, Krunal 32, Tye 4-16) beat Kings XI Punjab 183 for five (Rahul 94, Finch 46, Bumrah 3-15) by three runs
Mumbai Indians overcame a stiff problem from KXIP’s Andrew Tye, who had claimed his third four-for in 4 video games, to publish 186 on the board. KL Rahul’s glorious knock paced the chase, however MI pulled off a win with a mixture of luck and ability. The architects of the win: Jasprit Bumrah and Kieron Pollard.
Bumrah completed with 3/15, however his best was saved for the last, the penultimate over of the sport. With 22 runs wanted in 2 overs, Bumrah conceded simply six and had Rahul caught at long-off. Mitchell McClenaghan did simply sufficient within the last over to eke out a three-run win.
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