Suryakumar Yadav ended season-16 with a record breaking innings. It is the first time in the history of the Indian Premier League that an Indian batsman has scored more than 600 runs at a strike rate of more than 180.
In the second qualifying match, which took place on Friday at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, Gujarat Titans prevailed against Mumbai Indians by a score of 62 runs. With this victory, the Gujarat Titans team has advanced to the final for the second season in a row, where they will face the Chennai Super Kings, who have won the tournament a total of four times.
In the first qualifier, which took place on May 23, Chennai Super Kings prevailed against Gujarat Titans, securing themselves a spot in the championship match. In the previous season, Gujarat Titans prevailed against Rajasthan Royals to earn the title of champion.
As a result of Shubman Gill’s century, Gujarat Titans were able to post a huge score of 233 for three in 20 overs during the second qualifying round. As a result of this, the Mumbai Indians team was unable to score more than 171 runs before they lost all of their wickets in 18.2 overs thanks to Suryakumar’s valiant performance. Mohit Sharma was responsible for all five of Gujarat’s wickets.
In their attempt to catch up to Gujarat Titans’ aim of 234 runs, Mumbai Indians had already encountered some difficulties. In point of fact, Ishaan Kishan had an injury to his eye while Gujarat was batting, and as a result, Nehal Wadhera was sent in to bat first in lieu of Ishaan Kishan. However, he was not successful in getting the team off to a strong start, as he was removed from the game after scoring four runs in three balls.
Following this, Rohit Sharma went back to the pavilion in an inexpensive manner. He drove in 8 runs while only facing 7 balls. Cameron Green, meanwhile, had to retire due to his injury after being struck on the elbow by a ball. The innings was handled by Suryakumar and Tilak Verma, as the two batsmen combined for a partnership worth fifty runs.
After reaching 43 runs in just 14 balls, Tilak Verma was dismissed by being clean bowled. Cameron Green was given the boot by Joshua Little. After thereafter, Mohit Sharma got rid of Suryakumar, Vishnu Vinod, Chris Jordan, and Piyush Chawla, which gave Gujarat a commanding position in the match. His dismissal of Kumar Kartikeya in this match brought his match total to five wickets for the match.
Earlier, Gujarat Titans achieved 233 for three in 20 overs against Mumbai Indians in Qualifier 2 thanks to Shubman Gill’s century and his partnership with Sai Sudarshan for 138 runs for the third wicket. This was accomplished despite the fact that Gujarat Titans lost the toss and elected to bat first. After scoring 129 runs in 60 balls, Shubman Gill was dismissed from the game. Both Akash and Piyush were responsible for one wicket for Mumbai. After making the decision to bat first, the Gujarat Titans got off to a strong beginning.
During the powerplay, the side was able to accumulate 50 runs without losing a wicket. After scoring 18 runs in 16 balls, Saha was dismissed from the game. After this, Shubman Gill and Sai Sudarshan had a partnership for the third wicket that was worth 138 runs and took place over the course of 64 balls. During this time, Shubman Gill scored his third century of the current season. He reached the century mark in only 49 balls. During his innings, Gill had 7 fours and 10 sixes to his credit.
Gill was out after hitting 129 runs in 60 balls before he was dismissed. Akash Madhwal got him out. In the final over, Sai Sudarshan retired due to an injury. Following this, Rashid Khan stepped down to bat, and he ended up scoring 5 runs. After smashing 28 runs in only 13 balls, Hardik Pandya stayed unbeaten on the team. Information regarding translations.