IPL 2022: Mumbai Indians’ Match Winner’s Mistake Turns All Over | Team David’s run out is a turning point for Mumbai
Mumbai Indians suffered a three-match losing streak against Sunrisers Hyderabad in a thrilling match. This is their 10th defeat in the league.
Sunrisers Hyderabad (Sunrisers Hyderabad) On wednesday IPL 2022 In the important match of Mumbai Indians (Mumbai Indians) Defeating has maintained itself in the playoff race. His hopes of making it to the playoffs with a three-run win remain intact. However, five-time IPL champions Mumbai Indians lost for the 10th time. Mumbai Indians were in a good position in the match but the mistake of one of their players turned the whole game upside down. The Mumbai team is already out of the playoff race, but for them, every match is a battle of credibility. The team’s fans are definitely disappointed with the 10th defeat.
MumbaiHad a target of 194 against the team but could not achieve it. The team had every chance. After a tumultuous start by Rohit Sharma and Ishaan Kishan, Tim David’s tumultuous innings gave the impression that Mumbai would win the match easily but that did not happen. Tim David, seen as the hero of many match victories, actually became a villain for him.
Mumbai’s path to victory was not difficult
Chasing a huge target of 194 runs, Mumbai Indians had a great start. Team captain Rohit Sharma and wicketkeeper-batsman Ishan Kish scored 51 in the powerplay. Hyderabad got the first wicket in the 11th over. First Rohit got out and then Ishaan. After this, Mumbai continued to lose wickets periodically. Then Team David (Tim David) Came on the field, which rained sixes and fours. Natarajan (T. Natrajan) 18th over. In which David hit four sixes. However, it was David’s desire to retain the strike in the 19th over that led to Mumbai’s defeat.
David’s mistake cost Mumbai dearly
David was on strike in the last ball of the 18th over. He played the ball and ran for the run, on the other hand Ramandeep was at the crease. Ramandeep ran when Tim David came halfway through the crease. Natarajan blew the bail before David reached the crease, Tim David was dismissed for 46 off just 17 balls. David’s wicket proved to be a turning point for the team. His next over was bowled by Bhuvi and then Mumbai could not make the required run in the last over to win and lost the match. With a three-run win, Hyderabad have retained their chance to advance to the playoffs.