IPL 2023 Mumbai Indians Piyush Chawla ; No one was willing to buy, but Mumbai Indians showed faith; Piyush Chawla took advantage of the opportunity IG News

Mumbai: The ongoing IPL tournament is witnessing exciting matches every day and thrilling till the last over. This was confirmed in the Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals match on Tuesday. The match was colorful till the last ball. Mumbai Indians finally won on the last balls. Rohit Sharma and veteran leg-spinner Piyush Chawla played an important role in this victory.

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Piyush Mishra’s performance in yesterday’s match caught everyone’s attention. Piyush Chawla took 3 wickets with 22 runs. So MI succeeded in restricting Delhi Capitals to 172 runs. Piyush Mishra made a comeback in the IPL with this performance. Piyush Mishra did not play in the last season of IPL. Piyush Mishra was playing for Kolkata Knight Riders for a long time in IPL. In 2020, Chennai Super Kings bought Piyush Mishra for Rs 6.75 crore. However, Piyush could not perform effectively. So Piyush was shown the way out of the Chennai team. After this in 2021, Mumbai Indians bought Piyush Mishra and released him again. No team bought Piyush Mishra in the mega auction in 2022. Then in the auction held in 2023, Mumbai Indians re-bought Piyush Mishra for Rs 50 lakh. Piyush Mishra took advantage of this opportunity given by Mumbai Indians.

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Successful bowlers in the IPL tournament

In yesterday’s match, Piyush Mishra destroyed the top order of the Delhi team by taking 3 wickets. Due to this, Delhi’s condition was 98 for 5. Although Piyush Mishra’s performances have not been impressive over the years, he is one of the most successful bowlers in IPL history. Piyush has played 168 IPL matches so far. Piyush has taken 161 wickets with an economy rate of 7.86. Piyush looks in good form in this year’s tournament as well.

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