In this match, Bhilwara Kings won the toss and chose to bowl, while Manipal Tiger Mohammed Kaif, who batted first, scored 153 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in 20 overs with 73 runs.
Manipal Tigers Vs Bhilwara Kings
Manipal Tigers vs Bhilwara Kings: An exciting match between Bhilwara Kings and Manipal Tigers took place at the Ekana Stadium in Lucknow on Sunday. In this match, Kings won by 3 wickets against Tigers. Manipal Tiger who batted first in this match scored 154 runs for the loss of 7 wickets. In response to this, Bhilwara Kings chased down the target by losing 7 wickets in 19.4 overs. Yusuf Pathan played a stormy innings for Bhilwara with 44 runs off 28 balls.
In this match, Bhilwara Kings won the toss and chose to bowl, while Manipal Tiger Mohammed Kaif, who batted first, scored 153 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in 20 overs with 73 runs. Mohammad Kaif scored 73 runs off 59 balls with 10 fours, while Pradeep Sahu scored 30 runs and Shivkanth Shukla scored 16 runs.
Fidel Edwards bowled brilliantly on behalf of Bhilwara Kings and took four wickets for 30 runs in 4 overs. Apart from this, captain Irfan Pathan, Monty Panesar and Sreesanth got a wicket each.
Compton was caught out after scoring 18 runs off 18 balls.
As soon as Yusuf Pathan came into the crease, he hit a six on the first ball.
After scoring 30 runs off 28 balls, he gave a catch to Tanmay Srivastava and turned back.
Ravikant Shukla was caught for 1 run off 5 balls.
SS Asodankar was caught for 3 runs in 8 balls.
CJ Anderson gets to the pavilion at LBW at zero.
RL Powell was caught for 3 runs in 3 balls.
Edwards took one wicket in his first over and two wickets in the second over.
Taibu reached the pavilion with 17 runs off 13 balls.
Sreesanth hit Sahu’s first six in the match.
After scoring 30 runs off 19 balls, Sahu was caught out.
After the 18th over, the stadium lights went out in the middle of the match. This stopped the match for 10 minutes.
Bhilwara Kings did not get off to a good start as they chased down the target of 154 runs set by Manipal Tiger. Naman Ojha was dismissed for 6 runs at a score of just 7 runs. After this, opener William Porterfield was also dismissed for 4 runs. But after this, Nick Crumpton and Tanmay Srivastava put on a partnership of 46 runs for the third wicket, while Crumpton scored 18 runs and Srivastava scored 28 runs.
After this, in the last over, Bhilwara Kings needed 12 runs to win, but in the last over, Tino Best hit a six in the first ball, fours in the third and fourth balls to seal a thrilling victory by 3 wickets.