HomeCricket TrollsMohsin, Krunal, And Chameera's Valiant Efforts Seal Another Victory For LSG

Mohsin, Krunal, And Chameera’s Valiant Efforts Seal Another Victory For LSG

LSG vs PBKS Highlights

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LSG vs PBKS Highlights: The 42nd match of the Indian Premier League (IPL) was contested at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune between Punjab Kings and Lucknow Super Giants. LSG hammered PBKS by 20 runs to get 2nd win in a row, securing a comfortable third place in the points standings.

Despite opting to bowl first, Punjab got off to a fantastic start with the ball, as mighty pacer Kagiso Rabada made a critical breakthrough for PBKS by removing LSG skipper KL Rahul (6 off 11 balls). Meanwhile, the fellow opener from Lucknow, Quinton de Kock, and Deepak Hooda, took the initiative to form a partnership for the second wicket. The duo forged an 85-run stand, which boosted the prospects of putting up a good score on the low-scoring wicket.

Meanwhile, Sandeep Sharma gets a key breakthrough after got dismissed de Kock (46 off 37), forcing the well-established standoff between the duo to an end. Deepak Hooda’s momentum was also interrupted as he came short of a run-out after scoring (34 off 28 balls). Following the loss in the third, LSG struggled with their middle-order hitters, who ultimately lost in quick sessions. Rabada struck Krunal Pandya (7 off 7), Ayush Badoni (4 off 4), and Dushmantha Chameera (17 off 10) to record a four-wicket haul in the play.

Marcus Stoinis similarly failed to get going, surrendering his wicket to Rahul Chahar for 1 run, and Jason Holder was Chahar’s 2nd victim after scoring 11 runs off 8 balls. Meanwhile, Mohsin Khan drew the attention with a 6-ball-13-run stint that featured a four and a maximum to post a 154-run objective for the PBKS.


LSG vs PBKS Highlights: In pursuit of the target, PBKS got off to a good start but fell short when their skipper, Mayank Agarwal (25 off 17 balls), was bowled by Chameera. Shikhar Dhawan struggled to analyze Ravi Bishnoi’s offering and was bowled for 5 runs. Rajapaksa was out on the penultimate ball of the next over, delivered by Krunal Pandya, having scored only 9 runs.

LSG vs PBKS Highlights: Here followed an exciting period with a rookie bowler Mohsin Khan and Liam Livingstone, Punjab’s dashing hitter, who also struggled to convert a huge knock this occasion and was sent back for a disappointing 18 runs. Unfortunately, the remaining batters struggled to meet double figures fell short in a short interval, with the exception of Rishi Dhawan, who stood firm with an undefeated 21 (22) with 3 fours and 1 six, but his efforts were in vain as the equation got much more difficult as Punjab required 21 runs from 1 ball. They eventually failed in their pursuit of a decent score, handing the contest to the LSG.

This encounter proved to be a bowlers’ feast for the day, with LSG bowlers excelling at consistency and taking wickets at crucial times. Krunal Pandya had a stunning performance with 2/11, 2.80 economy, and a maiden over from his 4 overs quota. Therefore, ‘Player Of The Match’ was awarded to Krunal Pandya. Mohsin Khan, who took three wickets, was a dependable contributor to the team and also bowled a maiden over. Chameera bowled exceptionally well, taking two wickets for initial breakthroughs. This will, perhaps, be KL Rahul’s first triumph over his former team, Punjab.


Prashanth Esampally
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I who believe that cricket is a tricky mind game - As a player should have an Ability on proving himself by "Reading Opponents Mindset" within a mean time.

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