Pat Cummins

Pat Cummins donates USD 50,000 to India’s fight against COVID-19 pandemic

Kolkata Knight Riders’ Australian pacer Pat Cummins on Monday announced a USD 50,000 donation towards PM CARES Fund for oxygen supplies in India’s COVID-19 ravaged hospitals and backed the IPL to continue, saying he has been “advised” that the Indian government views it “as few hours of joy” in a difficult time.

MI VS SRH

Mumbai Indians won by 13 runs

MI WON BY TODAY MARCH MI VS SRH

Mumbai Indians150/5 (20.0)

Batsman NameRunsBalls4s6sSR
Q de Kock(wk)
c J Suchith b M Ur Rahman
403950102.56
R Sharma(c)
c V Singh b V Shankar
322522128.00
S Yadav
c&b V Shankar
10611166.67
I Kishan
c J Bairstow b M Ur Rahman
12210057.14
K Pollard
Not Out
352213159.09
H Pandya
c V Singh b K Ahmed
7510140.00
K Pandya
Not Out
3300100.00

Extras: 11(0b,6lb,4w,1nb,0p)Total: 150/5 (20.0)

Yet to BatAdam Milne,Rahul Chahar,Trent Boult,Jasprit Bumrah

Bowler NameOversMaidenRunsWEcon
B Kumar4.0045011.25
K Ahmed4.002416.00
M Ur Rahman4.002927.25
A Sharma1.00505.00
V Shankar3.001926.33
R Khan4.002205.50

Fall Of Wickets

Batsman NameScoreOver
R Sharma1-556.3
S Yadav2-718.3
Q de Kock3-9813.5
I Kishan4-11416.5
H Pandya5-13118.4

SRH

BatsmanR(B)4s6sSR
David Warnerrun out (Hardik Pandya)36 (34)22105.88
Jonny BairstowHit Wicketb Krunal Pandya43 (22)34195.45
Manish Pandeyc Kieron Pollardb Rahul Chahar2 (7)0028.57
Virat Singhc Suryakumar Yadavb Rahul Chahar11 (12)1091.67
Vijay Shankarc Suryakumar Yadavb Jasprit Bumrah28 (25)02112.00
Abhishek Sharmac Adam Milneb Rahul Chahar2 (4)0050.00
Abdul Samadrun out (Hardik Pandya)7 (8)1087.50
Rashid Khanlbw Trent Boult0 (1)000.00
Bhuvneshwar Kumarb Trent Boult1 (2)0050.00
Mujeeb Ur RahmanNOT OUT1 (1)00100.00
Khaleel Ahmedb Trent Boult1 (2)0050.00

Extras:5(b 0, lb 3, w 2, nb 0, p 0)Total:137-10(19.4)

Bowling
BowlerOMRWER
Trent Boult(3.4)02837.64
Jasprit Bumrah(4.0)01413.50
Adam Milne(3.0)033011.00
Krunal Pandya(3.0)030110.00
Rahul Chahar(4.0)01934.75
Kieron Pollard(2.0)01005.00
Fall of Wickets
BatsmanTeam ScoreOver
Jonny Bairstow67-1(7.2)
Manish Pandey71-2(9.0)
David Warner90-3(11.3)
Virat Singh102-4(14.1)
Abhishek Sharma104-5(14.5)
Abdul Samad129-6(17.4)
Rashid Khan130-7(18.0)
Vijay Shankar134-8(18.5)
Bhuvneshwar Kumar135-9(19.1)
Khaleel Ahmed137-10(19.4)

राजस्थान रॉयल्स ने दिल्ली को हराकर पहली जीत दर्ज की

Rajasthan Royals
RR vs DC IPL 2021 Highlights: Delhi Capitals gave Rajasthan Royals a target of 148 runs, which Rajasthan achieved at the loss of 7 wickets

जयदेव उनादकट की अगुआई में गेंदबाजों के उम्दा प्रदर्शन के बाद डेविड मिलर और क्रिस मॉरिस की तूफानी पारियों से राजस्थान रॉयल्स (Rajasthan Royals) ने विषम परिस्थितियों से उबरते हुए दिल्ली कैपिटल्स (Delhi Capitals) को गुरुवार को यहां तीन विकेट से हराकर इंडियन प्रीमियर लीग के मौजूदा सत्र में पहली जीत दर्ज की. उनादकट (15 रन पर तीन विकेट) और मुस्ताफिजुर रहमान (29 रन पर दो विकेट) की धारदार गेंदबाजी के सामने कप्तान ऋषभ पंत (51) के अर्धशतक के बावजूद दिल्ली की टीम आठ विकेट पर 147 रन ही बना सकी. उनके अलावा टॉम कुरेन (21) और ललित यादव (20) ही 20 रन के आंकड़े को छू पाए. रॉयल्स की सटीक गेंदबाजी का अंदाजा इस बात से लग सकता है कि दिल्ली की पारी में एक भी छक्का नहीं लगा.

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