Live Score: LSG vs CSK Highlights
Live Score: Quinton de Kock (61 off 45) and Evin Lewis (55* off 23) cracked fiery half-centuries as Lucknow Super Giants chased down a daunting 211 target set by Chennai Super Kings for their first win. Check LSG vs CSK IPL live score updates, scorecard, ball by ball commentary, live streaming, and highlights on Times of India.
Rahul, bowlers extend MI’s hunt for first points
Evin Lewis is the PLAYER OF THE MATCH. He says the wicket is a very good one and he wanted to capitalize and he did so. States it was a good wicket to bat on and he backed his skills and he tried to hit through the line. Mentions Badoni is a very confident guy and he has a lot of talent and if he keeps it simple, he is going to reach far. Adds, it is always good to be scoring runs and he just tries to score runs and make his team proud.
LSG vs MI Highlights, IPL 2022: Lucknow Super Giants beat Mumbai Indians by 36 runs
Check LSG vs MI IPL live score updates, scorecard, Ball by ball commentary, live streaming and highlights on Times of India. Mumbai Indians have surrendered timidly in the end as they suffered a record-extending eighth defeat in a row. Defending 168, Lucknow Super Giants bowlers restricted MI to 132/8 in 20 overs to register a comprehensive 36-run victory at Wankhede stadium. It was LSG’s fifth win in 8 games and they jumped to fourth in the latest IPL standings.
Mukesh Choudhary to Ayush Badoni, That’s it! What an incredible chase this has been! Mukesh Choudhary lands on a length, around off. Ayush Badoni goes deep in his crease and hits it to deep mid-wicket. The ball goes in the air and falls away from Jadeja there. A single taken. Lucknow open their account in the Indian T20 League! They win by six wickets!
IPL 2022, LSG vs MI Highlights: LSG Ride On KL Rahul’s Magnificent Ton To Beat Mumbai Indians
IPL 2022, LSG vs MI Highlights: Lucknow Super Giants on Sunday defeated Mumbai Indians by 36 runs in Match 37 of IPL 2022 at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.
It was a combined batting effort though from Lucknow, first, it was Quinton de Kock and KL Rahul who got them off to a really good start. The two added 99 but then there were two wickets in quick succession. Quinton de Kock also fell shortly after getting to his half-ton. Lucknow then fell behind in the gap but then Evin Lewis along with Hooda first and then Ayush Badoni took their side over the line. Hooda and Badoni played handy cameos whereas, Lewis scored a brilliant half-ton to round off an excellent chase.
Right then, that is all we have from this high-scoring thriller! It will be Kolkata going up against Punjab on Friday, April 1. That game will begin at 7.30 pm IST (2.00 pm GMT). Our coverage, as you know, will begin in advance. So do join us for the same. Till then, goodbye and cheers!
KL Rahul, the skipper of Lucknow, says Bishnoi was really good, he has a big heart and he is always ready for a fight, and the way he bowled and got them back into the game speaks volumes. Credits the scout for Badoni and from the first day he has been batting really well. States you give yourself an over or two and then if you get going, it settles your nerve, and then it is about putting pressure on the bowlers and the right-hand left-hand combination at the top helps. Adds they had a word with Lewis about him batting at number three and they feel he will be a lot more useful against spinners and it is good to see his form.
Quinton de Kock is down for a chat. He says that it is good to win these close games and it is good for the morale. Adds that they thought they can chase down the target but they needed to bat well. Tells that it was a par score and it was a good effort from them. Mentions that it was good to bat in the middle and the pitch was good and all the batters played well. Applauds the skipper, Rahul for his knock. Tells that when you are chasing around 210 it was always going to be a close game and it was a bit nervy but says that it was a great effort from boys to pull it off.
Ravindra Jadeja, the skipper of Chennai, says that they had a good start, and Dube and Robin Uthappa played well but adds that they should have taken their chances in the field. Tells that there was a bit of dew and the ball did not stick around and they need to practice with the wet ball. Mentions that they batted well but need to execute better with the ball.