Mohit Sharma bagged 3 Wickets in the Last over Against SRH

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Gujarat Titans bowler Mohit Sharma who failed to defend 13 overs in his last over of the IPL 2023 final maintains an aggressive economy in the death over for Gujarat Titans in this season.

Mohit Sharma bagged 3 Wickets in the Last over Against SRH

In spite of his failure in last season, Gujarat Titans retained Mohit Sharma ahead of the IPL 2024 auction. Being an impact player for Gujarat Titans this season, Mohit Sharma showcased a decent performance with the ball in his first two games played against Mumbai Indians and CSK.

In his first match of the season against Mumbai Indians in Ahmedabad, Mohit bowled 4 overs and bagged a couple of wickets at an economy of 8.00. In Gujarat Titans’ second game against CSK in Chepauk, Mohit bagged just one wicket at an economy of 9.00.

In GT’s third game against SRH, Mohit Sharma proved himself as a death-over specialist by bowling an impressive final over. In his final over against SRH, Mohit Sharma bagged 3 wickets and gave only 3 runs.

Mohit bagged a wicket in his very first over of the game by dismissing SRH’s key player Abhishek Sharma for 29 runs.

Mohit Sharma’s bowling spell vs SRH today:

  • 1st over(10th over): 5 runs – 1 wicket
  • 2nd over(12th over): 7 runs
  • 3rd over(18th over): 10 runs
  • 4th over(20th over): 3 runs – 3 wickets

Overall, Mohit bowled 4 overs and bagged 3 wickets at an economy of 6.20. with an impressive final over, GT managed to contain SRH for 162 runs in the allotted 20 overs.

After two successive 200+ scores, the Gujarat Titans have done well to restrict the Sunrisers to 162. SRH’s consecutive 200+ runs include the record-breaking 277 vs Mumbai Indians. SRH’s 277 for 3 became the highest score in IPL history.

For Gujarat Titans’ Sharma has bagged 17 wickets in death overs at a strike rate of 7.18.

Mohit Sharma in death overs (17-20) for GT

  • Balls: 121
  • Wickets: 17
  • Avg: 9.64
  • SR: 7.18
  • ER: 8.13
  • Dots: 41

Speaking on the match, SRH won the toss and opted to bat first where Mayank Agarwal and Head opened the inning. GT’s Azmatullah struck earlier and dismissed Mayank Agarwal for 16 runs and made an impressive start for Gujarat Titans.

Following his dismissal, Noor Ahmad dismissed Head for 19 runs and gave the pleasure of dismissing the dangerous batter for GT. Right after the Head’s wicket, SRH batters struggled to build a partnership and started to lose their wickets at regular intervals.

Abhishek Sharma and Abdul Samad each scored 29 runs and remained the highest run scorer for SRH. At the end of 20 overs, SRH scored 162 runs for 8 wickets.