Super over also tie: After the first super over tie in IPL, the decision came from the second super over; Punjab chased the target of 12 runs given by Mumbai in 4 balls


  • Punjab scored 5 runs in the first super over, in reply Mumbai could only score 5 runs


Even in the super over, one more super over is being played with a tie!



In the second super over:




  • Punjab batting, (target 12 runs):
  • Chris Gayle and Mayank Agarwal (batsmen)
  • Trent Bolt (bowler)


0.1 Bolt to Gail: 6 runs

0.2 Bolt to Gail: 1 run

0.3 Bolt to Agarwal: 4 runs scored

0.4 Bolt to Agarwal: Four ... won the match

Mumbai's first batting: 11/1

Hardik Pandya and Kieran Pollard (batting)


Chris Jordan (bowler)


0.1 Jordan to Pollard: 1 run

0.2 Jordan to Pandya: Wide

0.2 Jordan to Pandya: 1 run

0.3 Jordan to Pollard: 4 runs scored

0.4 Jordan to Pollard: Wide

0.4 Jordan to Pollard: 1 run + hearty runout

0.5 Jordan to Pollard: 0 runs (out, reversed)

0.6 Jordan to Pollard: 2 runs scored


The first super over was tied



  • Mumbai Indians batting: Target 6 runs, 5 runs
  • Rohit Sharma and Quinton de Kok (batsmen)
  • Mohammed Shami (bowler)


0.1 Shami to De Kok: 1 run

0.2 Shami to Rohit: 1 run

0.3 Shami to De Kok: 1 run

0.4 Shami to Rohit: 0 runs scored

0.5 Shami to Rohit: 1 run

0.6 Shami to De Kok: 1 run + runout

Kings XI Punjab Batting: 1 over 5/2


Lokesh Rahul, Nicholas Pooran and Deepak Hooda (batsmen)

Jaspreet Bumrah (bowler)


0.1 Bumrah to Rahul: 1 run scored

0.2 Bumrah to Puran: Wicket

0.3 Bumrah to Rahul: 1 run scored

0.4 Bumrah to Hooda: 1 run scored

0.5 Bumrah to Rahul: 2 runs scored

0.6 Bumrah to Rahul: Wicket

The match ended in a tie

Chasing 177 against Mumbai Indians in the 36th match of IPL 2020, Kings XI Punjab have scored 176 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in 20 overs. Punjab needed 9 runs in the last over, but Bolt did not let them. The match will be decided by a super over. For the first time in the history of the IPL, two super overs are being played on the same day. Click here to see the scorecard of the match ...


Rahul is the first Indian to score 500+ runs in three consecutive seasons

Lokesh Rahul has become the first Indian player to score more than 500 runs in three consecutive seasons. Rahul has scored 659 * in 2018, 593 in 2019 and 509 * in the current season. Among foreign players, David Warner has scored more than 500 runs in 4 consecutive seasons. Warner achieved this feat by scoring over 500 runs between 2014 and 2017. While Chris Gayle scored more than 500 runs in 3 consecutive seasons from 2011 to 2013.


Nicholas Puran Jaspreet Bumrah's bowling was caught by Coulter Nile on a fine leg. He hit 24 off 12 balls with the help of 2 fours and 2 sixes. Glenn Maxwell was then caught out by Rohit in the slips in the face bowling for zero runs.


Gail and Agarwal could not convert a good start into a big score

Chris Gayle was caught by Trent Bolt at long-off in Rahul Chahar's bowling. He hit 24 off 21 balls with 1 four and 2 sixes. Earlier, opener Mayank Agarwal was bowled for 11 by Jaspreet Bumrah.


Mumbai gave a target of 177 runs

Mumbai Indians have scored 176 for 6 in 20 overs against Kings XI Punjab in Dubai. For the Indians, wicketkeeper De Kok maintained his superb form and scored a maximum of 53 runs. After losing 6 for 119, Kieran Pollard and Coulter Nile finally put the team on a strong total of 57 * off 21 balls. Pollard scored 34 off 12 balls and Coulter Nile 24 off 12 balls. For Punjab, Mohammad Shami and Arshdeep Singh took 2-2, while Ravi Bishnoi and Chris Jord took 1-1.



De Kok matched Sachin's record

De Kok hit fifty in the third consecutive match for Mumbai, becoming only the second player after Sachin Tendulkar to do so. Tendulkar achieved this feat while playing for Mumbai in 2010. De Kok had earlier scored 78 against Kolkata and 53 against Delhi. Agarwal caught it at deep midwicket in the bowling of De Kok Jordan. De Kok scored 53 off 43 balls with the help of 3 fours and 3 sixes.


Rohit, Surya and Kishan out in single digits

Mumbai skipper Rohit Sharma was bowled for 9 by Arshdeep Singh. While Ishaan Kishan was caught by Ashwin on the third man in Arshdeep's bowling for 7. While Suryakumar Yadav was caught out by Ashwin at midwicket in Shamini's bowling for zero.


Earlier in the day, Mumbai Indians won the toss and elected to bat. Both Mumbai and Punjab have not made any changes in their playing 11.


Mumbai playing 11: Rohit Sharma (captain), Quinton de Kok (wicketkeeper), Suryakumar Yadav, Ishaan Kishan, Kieran Pollard, Hardik Pandya, Krunal Pandya, Rahul Chahar, Trent Bolt, Nathan Coulter Neele and Jaspreet Bumrah


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Punjab playing 11: Lokesh Rahul, Chris Gayle, Mayank Agarwal, Nicholas Pooran, Glenn Maxwell, Deepak Hooda, Chris Jordan, Ravi Bishnoi, M Ashwin, Mohammad Shami and Arshdeep Singh