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Jasprit Bumrah Dismisses Sunil Narine for Golden Duck during KKR vs MI Clash

The Mumbai Indians pacer Jasprit Bumrah picked up the wicket of Sunil Narine on a golden duck during the IPL 2024 match against Kolkata Knight Riders on May 11 at Eden Gardens.

Jasprit Bumrah has been one of the leading wicket-takers of the IPL 2024 season. He bagged 18 wickets in 12 matches with an economy of 6.2. Mumbai Indians have been eliminated from the 2024 season with only four victories in the 12 matches they played.

After rain delayed the toss, the match was set to play 16 overs. Mumbai Indians won the toss and opted to bowl where Philip Salt and Sunil Narine opened the innings.

Sunil Narine scored 6 runs before being dismissed by Nuwan Thushara while Sunil Narine was sent out on a golden duck by Bumrah in the first ball of the second over. The KKR skipper Shreyas Iyer was dismissed by Anshul Kamboj for 7 runs in 10 deliveries.

Venkatesh Iyer has scored 42 runs on 21 deliveries helping the side to recover from early dismissals. Venkatesh advances and gets too close to the pitch of the ball and strikes hard straight to long-off where Suryakumar Yadav caught the ball in the first ball of the 9th over.

Nitish Rana and Andre Russell scored 33 and 24 runs and helped the side score 125 runs by the end of the 13th over. By the end of the 16 overs, Kolkata Knight Riders lost seven wickets scoring 157 runs.

With a target of 158 runs, Mumbai Indians started their innings where Ishan Kishan and Rohit Sharma opened the innings. Ishan Kishan smashed 40 runs in 22 deliveries with a strike rate of 181.82 before being dismissed by Sunil Narine.

On the other hand, Rohit Sharma scored 19 runs before being dismissed by Chakravarthy. With Suryakumar Yadav and Tilak Varma’s 11 and 32 runs, Mumbai Indians scored 91 for four wickets in the 12th over.

Hardik Pandya, Tim David, and Nehal Wadhera were sent out on single-digit scores. With Naman Dhir’s 17 runs, Mumbai Indians lost eight wickets and scored 139 in 16 overs.

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