IPL 2020, Match 17: A look at the records broken as MI scripts convincing win over SRH

First Published 4, Oct 2020, 8:51 PM

Mumbai Indians (MI) registered their fourth win of the season. They clashed against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in Sharjah and won by 34 runs. 

<p style="text-align: justify;">Mumbai Indians (MI), yet again tops the points table following their win against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) on Sunday. They registered an easy win in Sharjah, where they defeated SRH by 34 runs.&nbsp;</p>

Mumbai Indians (MI), yet again tops the points table following their win against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) on Sunday. They registered an easy win in Sharjah, where they defeated SRH by 34 runs. 

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Match report:</strong> Winning the toss, MI chose to bat first, something unusual that we see at Sharjah. With skipper falling cheaply, an out-of-form Quinton de Kock consolidated in the middle. He partnered little with both Ishan Kishan and Suryakumar Yadav and made 67 of 39 balls. It was Kieron Pollard and Hardik Pandya, who contributed with the willow, following which Krunal Pandya struck 20 off just four balls. MI’s innings concluded with 208 runs on the board.</p>

Match report: Winning the toss, MI chose to bat first, something unusual that we see at Sharjah. With skipper falling cheaply, an out-of-form Quinton de Kock consolidated in the middle. He partnered little with both Ishan Kishan and Suryakumar Yadav and made 67 of 39 balls. It was Kieron Pollard and Hardik Pandya, who contributed with the willow, following which Krunal Pandya struck 20 off just four balls. MI’s innings concluded with 208 runs on the board.

<p style="text-align: justify;">SRH, on the other hand, could not get the start as required. Losing Jonny Bairstow early, David Warner gathered runs from small partnerships with the middle-order batsmen. Unfortunately, no tail-ender could smash the big hits and SRH finished at 174, losing the match by 34 runs.&nbsp;<br />
<strong>Let’s have a look at the records scripted in the match.</strong></p>

SRH, on the other hand, could not get the start as required. Losing Jonny Bairstow early, David Warner gathered runs from small partnerships with the middle-order batsmen. Unfortunately, no tail-ender could smash the big hits and SRH finished at 174, losing the match by 34 runs. 
Let’s have a look at the records scripted in the match.

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>For the first this season, toss winner opts to bat</strong><br />
MI did the unusual. MI chose to bat first in Sharjah, unlike the previous six innings, where the toss winning team chose to bowl first. As a result, they became the first side to do so this season.</p>

For the first this season, toss winner opts to bat
MI did the unusual. MI chose to bat first in Sharjah, unlike the previous six innings, where the toss winning team chose to bowl first. As a result, they became the first side to do so this season.

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>100 sixes in Sharjah</strong><br />
Of all the venues in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Sharjah becomes the first to see 100-plus sixes this season. Next on the list is Dubai, with 80-plus sixes.</p>

100 sixes in Sharjah
Of all the venues in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Sharjah becomes the first to see 100-plus sixes this season. Next on the list is Dubai, with 80-plus sixes.

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Rashid Khan- Lowest economy in Sharjah</strong><br />
First time in seven innings a bowler has conceded less than six runs per over in Sharjah, in IPL 2020. His bowling figures were 4-0-22-1.</p>

Rashid Khan- Lowest economy in Sharjah
First time in seven innings a bowler has conceded less than six runs per over in Sharjah, in IPL 2020. His bowling figures were 4-0-22-1.

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Lowest powerplay score in Sharjah</strong><br />
48/2 by MI is the lowest powerplay score in seven innings, in Sharjah. Also, it is the first time a team has failed to get to 50 inside the first six overs.</p>

Lowest powerplay score in Sharjah
48/2 by MI is the lowest powerplay score in seven innings, in Sharjah. Also, it is the first time a team has failed to get to 50 inside the first six overs.

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Bumrah concedes maximum sixes this term</strong><br />
The season has not been pleasant for the death-over specialist. Till now, he has conceded 11 sixes, which is the maximum by any bowler in this season. Following him is Ravindra Jadeja, with 10 sixes.&nbsp;</p>

Bumrah concedes maximum sixes this term
The season has not been pleasant for the death-over specialist. Till now, he has conceded 11 sixes, which is the maximum by any bowler in this season. Following him is Ravindra Jadeja, with 10 sixes. 

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Ishan Kishan enters the most sixes club</strong><br />
By hitting two sixes today, Ishan Kishan entered the most sixes club in this IPL season. He has hit 12 sixes till now.</p>

Ishan Kishan enters the most sixes club
By hitting two sixes today, Ishan Kishan entered the most sixes club in this IPL season. He has hit 12 sixes till now.

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Krunal Pandya etches himself in history</strong><br />
Krunal Pandya is the first player to have a 500 strike-rate in IPL innings.<br />
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Krunal Pandya etches himself in history
Krunal Pandya is the first player to have a 500 strike-rate in IPL innings.
 

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