Mumbai won by David’s 3 sixes in the last over: Rajasthan was defeated by 6 wickets in the 1000th IPL match; Yashasvi scored a century
In the 1000th match of the Indian Premier League (IPL), Mumbai Indians (MI) defeated Rajasthan Royals (RR) by 6 wickets. In a thrilling match, Mumbai needed 17 runs in the last over. In front of Jason Holder, Tim David gave the team victory by hitting 3 sixes in the first 3 balls. David remained not out after scoring 45 runs in 14 balls.
21-year-old Yashasvi Jaiswal from Rajasthan scored the first century of his career. He played an inning of 124 runs off 62 balls. He received the Player of the Match award for this performance. Suryakumar Yadav from Mumbai scored 55 off 29 balls.
century of success
In the first innings, Yashasvi Jaiswal from Rajasthan scored a century off 53 balls to take the team’s score past 200. He remained not out after scoring 124 runs in 62 balls. This was also the first century of his IPL career.
In the second innings, Suryakumar Yadav hit fifty off 24 balls. Sandeep Sharma’s diving catch sent him to the pavilion with a score of 55 runs. When he got out, Mumbai needed 57 runs in 4 overs.
David’s 3 sixes
Tim David, who came to bat after the fall of Suryakumar Yadav’s wicket in the 16th over, scored 45 off 14 balls. Mumbai needed 17 runs in the last over, David hit 3 consecutive sixes to win the team.
Yashasvi scored a century on 53 balls
Yashasvi Jaiswal started attacking from the initial overs. After sharing a 71-run partnership with Jos Buttler, he batted till the last over and took the team’s score past 200. Yashasvi scored the first century of IPL career on 53 balls, he was dismissed after scoring 124 runs in 62 balls. In this innings he hit 16 fours and 8 sixes, his strike rate was 200.
Third century of IPL 2023
Yashasvi Jaiswal scored the third century of IPL 2023. Before him, Kolkata’s Venkatesh Iyer scored 104 against Mumbai and Hyderabad’s Harry Brook scored 100 against Kolkata. Yashasvi’s 124 is the highest score of this season, he also equaled the highest score for Rajasthan. Before him, Jos Buttler has also scored 124 runs off 64 balls for Rajasthan.
Jaiswal’s aggressive start in Powerplay
Electing to bat first after winning the toss, Yashasvi Jaiswal and Jos Buttler got Rajasthan off to a brisk start. While Jaiswal hit the shots from the first over, Butler started hitting the big shots after taking some time. Both made the 5th Fifty partnership of the season in the 5th over itself and without loss in 6 overs, the team’s score reached 65 runs.
Butler left in the review
Butler was adjudged caught out by the umpire on Cameron Green’s ball in the third over of the first innings. Butler took the review, replays showed that the ball did not take the edge of the bat. Umpire changed his decision and Butler remained not out. However, he could not make much use of Jeevdan and was dismissed for 18 runs in the 8th over.
none other than successful
Apart from Yashasvi from Rajasthan, Jos Buttler scored 18, Sanju Samson 14, Devdutt Paddikal 2, Jason Holder 11, Shimron Hetmyer 8, Dhruv Jurel 2 and Ravichandran Ashwin scored 8 runs. Arshad Khan took 3 wickets and Piyush Chawla took 2 wickets from Mumbai. Joffra Archer and Riley Meredith got 1-1 wickets.
First: Piyush Chawla bowled the first ball of the 8th over to a good length on the middle stump. Jos Buttler is caught at long-on. He scored 18 runs off 19 balls.
Second: 5th ball of the 10th over bowled good length at leg stump. Sanju Samson caught at deep mid-wicket and scored 14 runs off 10 balls.
Third: Piyush Chawla bowled the fifth ball of the 11th over, and Devdutt Padikkal bowled. He scored 2 runs.
Fourth: The first ball of the 15th over, Joffra Archer bowled a short pitch on the off stump. Jason Holder is caught at long off, he scores 11 runs.
Fifth: Second ball of the 17th over, Arshad Khan bowled a slower ball. Shimron Hetmyer caught at deep mid-wicket and scored 8 runs.
Sixth: In the first ball of the 18th over, Riley Meredith bowled a fuller length, and Dhruv Jurel was caught at deep mid-wicket. He scored 2 runs.
Seventh: Arshad Khan was doing the last over of Rajasthan’s innings from Mumbai. Arshad bowled the third ball of the over at a speed of 141 kph. Yashasvi wanted to hit a straight shot. But the ball did not hit the bat and Arshad took the catch.
Rohit’s wicket lost in the powerplay
Chasing the target of 213 runs, Mumbai got off to a bad start. The team lost the wicket of captain Rohit in the very second over. From here Ishaan Kishan and Cameron Green took over the innings and the team scored 58 runs in 6 overs.