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Indian T20 League 2022: Match 56 – Mumbai vs Kolkata- Top 10 Memes

By BetBarter Staff

May 9, 2022

A bowling dominant game saw Kolkata beat Mumbai by 52 runs in the 56th match of the Indian T20 League 2022. Jasprit Bumrah produced a miraculous bowling display to restrict Kolkata to a modest score of 165. Kolkata came back, with brilliant efforts from Pat Cummins and Andre Russell in the second innings. They gained two points and moved to the eighth position in the points table.

At the DY Patil Stadium, Kolkata was asked to bat first. Venkatesh Iyer (43) got the men in purple off to a fast start, scoring big runs in his comeback match. Kumar Kartikeya got his wicket in the sixth over. Following that, Nitish Rana scored significant runs with the assistance of Ajinkya Rahane. While Rana was hitting runs on one end, wickets were falling on the other. They were three wickets down for 123 in 13.1 overs after losing Rahane (25) and Shreyas Iyer (six).

Bumrah then returned for his second spell of the game and produced a miracle. In the 15th over, he grabbed two wickets, then three in the 17th. Bumrah had previously taken five wickets in the season and got five in this match. He also bowled the 20th over, allowing only one run. Bumrah finished with figures of 10/5 after conceding one run in his final two overs.

Mumbai was under tremendous pressure after losing two crucial wickets in the powerplay, Rohit Sharma (two) and Tilak Varma (six). The team's lineup was not the strongest without Suryakumar Yadav. Ramandeep Singh and Ishan Kishan were attempting to settle in the middle, which influenced the scoring rate. In their partnership, they scored 37 runs. While attempting to increase the run rate, Mumbai lost Singh (12) and Tim David (13) in rapid succession.

Pat Cummins bowled the 15th over and took three wickets to put further pressure on the Rohit Sharma-led team. In 15 overs, he reduced Mumbai to 102/7. In the final five overs, they needed 64 runs. However, Mumbai's troubles did not end there, as the final three wickets were run-outs. Mumbai was all-out for 113 in 17.3 overs.

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