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Ishan Kishan Scored the Most Fifty Inside Powerplay for Mumbai Indians

Mumbai Indians opening batter Ishan Kishan scored an impressive 23-ball fifty during the MI vs RCB clash in Mumbai and became the first player to score more than one half-century inside powerplay for Mumbai Indians.

Ishan Kishan Scored the Most Fifty Inside Powerplay for Mumbai Indians

Ishan Kishan scored his first half-century inside the powerplay in 2021 in a match against SRH in Abu Dhabi and becomes the third batter to achieve this feat for Mumbai. Before him, Sanath Jayasuriya(2008) and Lendl Simmons(2015) have achieved this feat.

Fifty inside Powerplay for MI (IPL)

  • Sanath Jayasuriya 59 vs CSK Wankhede 2008
  • Lendl Simmons 50 vs PK Mohali 2015
  • Ishan Kishan 63 vs SRH Abu Dhabi 2021
  • Ishan Kishan 55 vs RCB Wankhede 2024

As far as the match is concerned, Mumbai Indians won the toss and elected to bowl first where Virat Kohli and Faf du Plessis opened the batting attack.

Kohli who registered the first century of the IPL 2024 failed to score big enough for his team and returned to the pavilion with a score of just 3 from 9 deliveries. Following his dismissal, Will Jacks who received his debut cap today failed to impress in his first game and scored only 8 runs and got dismissed by Akash Madhwal.

Maxwell still struggled to find his form back and got dismissed for a duck after facing four deliveries. Faf du Plessis who made some crucial runs from the other end finally got dismissed by Bumrah after scoring 61 runs off 40 deliveries.

With dinesh Karthik’s unbeaten 23 balls 53, RCB scored 196 runs for 6 wickets loss at the end of 20 overs. Apart from Faf du Plessis(61), Rajat Patidar(50) and Karthik (53) none of the remaining batters have crossed 10 runs mark.

On the other hand, Rohit and Ishan Kishan opened the inning and scored 101 runs for the first wicket. Akash Deep made the first breakthrough by dismissing Ishan Kishan who slammed 69 runs off just 34 balls at a strike rate of 202.94.

Following his dismissal, debutant Will Jacks dismissed Rohit Sharma for 38 runs while Mumbai scored 139 runs in 11.2 overs. Hardik Pandya and Suryakumar Yadav joined hands for the third wicket while MI required 47 runs from 49 deliveries.

Vijaykumar Vyshak dismissed Suryakumar Yadav after scoring a quick-fire 52 off just 19 deliveries. With Hardik’s 6 balls 21, Mumbai comfortably defeated RCB by 7 wickets.

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