IPL 2020: Mumbai Indians target 177 of Kings XI Punjab


Quinton de Kock scored 53 off 43 balls for Mumbai.

Dubai . Mumbai Indians have scored 176 runs in six overs in 20 overs against Kings XI Punjab, batting first in the 36th match of IPL-13 being played at the Dubai International Stadium on Sunday. Quinton de Kock scored 53 off 43 balls for Mumbai. His innings included three fours and three sixes.
Apart from them, Krunal Pandya and Keran Pollard scored 34-34. Nathan Coulter Nile also contributed an unbeaten 24 runs. Pollard also returned unbeaten with him. Pollard and Nile scored 62 runs in the final five overs. For Punjab, Mohammed Shami and Arshdeep took two wickets each.
After opener Quinton de Kock (53), Karen Pollard and Nathan Coulter Nile played at the end of fast-paced innings, Mumbai Indians in front of Kings XI Punjab in the IPL-13 match at the Dubai International Stadium on Sunday. Have kept the challenge of 177 runs. In the last five overs, Mumbai added 62 runs to help them score 176 runs for six wickets in 20 overs.
Punjab denied Mumbai a good start in this match. Arshdeep Singh bowled Rohit Sharma on a total of 23. The Mumbai captain could score only nine runs. One run later Mohammed Shami showed Suryakumar Yadav the path of the pavilion without opening the account.
Ishaan Kishan also failed in this match. Arshdeep made him his second victim. Ishan, who scored seven runs, fell for a total of 38 runs.
Quinton de Kock, standing at the other end, was then joined by Krunal Pandya. Both shared a 58-run partnership for the third wicket. Krunal, who scored 34, was dismissed by Ravi Bishnoi for a total of 96.
His brother Hardik Pandya (8) was dismissed by Shami. Pandya bowled out for a total of 116 and D Cock was caught by Mayank to Mayank Agarwal three runs later. The left-handed batsman faced 43 balls and hit three fours and three sixes in his innings.
Punjab felt that it would stop Mumbai on a low score but Pollard scored 34 not out with the help of four sixes and a four off 12 balls and Nile scored a strong unbeaten 24 off 12 balls with the help of four fours. .



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