IPL in cricket roundup - 29 March 2019
Bumrah stops Kohli-De Villiers magic to hand Mumbai win in Bangalore. Bumrah picked up 3 wickets including that of Virat Kohli to turn the tables on RCB. Lasith Malinga, then turned hero for Mumbai as he defended 17 runs off his final over, However, the last ball he bowled was a no ball which was incorrectly not called by the on-field umpires, leaving Kohli fuming after the match.
Brief Score - Mumbai Indians 187-8 (Rohit 48, Yadav 38; Chahal 4-38) beat Royal Challengers Bangalore (de Villiers 70*, Kohli 46, Bumrah 3-20) by 5 runs
Smith and Warner’s return leaves in-form Australia in a selection fix. With 6 wins in the last 6 ODIs, and Finch, Khawaja in full form, it leaves a major issue at the hands of skipper Finch and coach Justin Langer to tinker the winning combination or not.
Saumya Sarkar eyes improvements ahead of World Cup. Saumya Sarkar has revealed that he will focus on getting his consistency right ahead of the world cup. The left-handed batsman is considered as one of the most talented batsmen of the country but has failed to capitalize on the starts he gets
Quote of the day
We are playing at the IPL level and not playing club cricket- Virat Kohli on the missed no-ball
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