Gujrat Lions vs Kings XI Punjab - Match 26

Kings XI Punjab pulled the brakes on their four-coordinate losing streak when they crushed the Gujarat Lions by 26 keeps running on Sunday evening. Put into bat to begin with, KXIP posted 188-7 riding on Hashim Amla's half-century, and afterward, limited the guests to 162-7 in the second 50% of the diversion.

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Toward the evening, Amla carried on from his unbeaten 104 against Mumbai Indians in the past match and rode his way to a familiar 40-ball 65. The KXIP opener drove fluidly and gathered the greater part of his goes through the off-side. He hit nine limits and two sixes – one, a mishit off Andrew Tye, and the other a perfect hit over additional cover off Ravindra Jadeja. He was particularly extreme on the left-arm spinner, taking him for 21 keeps running in twelve balls.

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Amla was included in two critical organizations; he included 70 keeps running in the organization of Shaun Marsh for the second wicket and after that played second-fiddle in the 47-run remain with commander Glenn Maxwell. Amla raised his half-century comfortable end of the tenth over and carried on until the fourteenth over before he gave the leg-spinner Shubham Agarwal his lady IPL wicket.

Gujrat Lions Vs Kings XI Punjab

Shaun Marsh's 30 (24 balls), Glenn Maxwell's stroke-filled 31 (18 balls, 1 four, 3 sixes) and Axar Patel's cameo in the last five overs (34 from 17 balls, 3 fours and 2 sixes) were the other outstanding scores in the KXIP innings.

Andrew Tye was the best bowler for the Lions; the Australian pacer rejected Marsh and Marcus Stoinis in his second and fourth overs separately, in the long run completing with figures of 2-35. Nathu Singh made a fine begin to his IPL vocation; he delivered a lovely outswinger that found the outside edge of Manan Vohra's bat which was splendidly pouched by Dinesh Karthik plunging on his right side. Be that as it may, a damage kept Nathu from finishing his four overs, and his profits on the day read 2-0-7-1.

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The Gujarat Lions lost Brendon McCullum leg before wicket in the first over of the run-pursue; the opener missed a low full hurl from Sandeep Sharma and was rapped on the cushions before the stumps. Suresh Raina strolled into bat and moved promptly; he broke two limits through the off-side in the third over and after that invited KC Cariappa with a hit through midwicket in the fifth over.

In the 6th over, Aaron Finch (13 from 12) drove one through cover before being blocked by Marcus Stoinis, who gathered the ball just before it reached the ground; the third umpire was brought into choose if the catch was neatly taken, and in the wake of review a few replays, he sent the batsman on his way.

Raina was rejected in the ninth over when he endeavored to go over the top yet discovered his inverse number comfortable edge of the long on limit; the Lions skipper made 32 from 24 balls.

Dinesh Karthik, who got off the check with a first ball limit and hit some effective strokes amid his stay at the wrinkle, played solitary warrior; he stayed unbeaten on 58, produced using 44 balls and hit six fours amid his stay at the wrinkle. In spite of Karthik's forceful batting, the Lions completed 26 runs short.

For KXIP, if the snappy bowlers gave the leaps forward at the top, the spinners did especially to keep things calm in the center overs. KC Cariappa and Axar Patel together yielded 60 keeps running in their eight overs, yet they got four wickets in the center overs; Axar rejected Raina and Dwayne Smith, while Cariappa saw the back of Ravindra Jadeja and Akshdeep Nath off progressive conveyances.

Brief Scores

Kings XI Punjab: 188-7 (Hashim Amla 65, Axar Patel 34, Glenn Maxwell 31, Andrew Tye 2-35) beat Gujarat Lions: 162-7 (Dinesh Karthik 58*, Suresh Raina 32, KC Cariappa 2-24) by 26 runs.

Man of the Match: Hashim Amla


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