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Match 25 : RCB VS MI  | IPL Match Report| 11th April 2024

MI (199/3 - over 15.3 ) Won By 7 wickets (27 Balls Left ) Against RCB (196/8 - over 20 )

 

Mumbai Indians (MI) recorded their second win in the TATA Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 with a seven-wicket triumph over the Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) at the Wankhede Stadium. Led by Jasprit Bumrah’s second IPL fifer, MI restricted RCB to 196 on a good batting wicket. In response, their batters dominated from the outset to cap a convincing victory. Hardik Pandya won the toss and chose to bowl. RCB were banking on the current Orange Cap holder, Virat Kohli, to guide the innings. However, Bumrah dashed those hopes when he dismissed Kohli, caught behind in the third over, with a ball that took the inside edge. An over later, Will Jacks, playing his first game this season, tried to hit over mid-on but found the fielder off Akash Madhwal. At 27 for two, RCB were in a precarious spot. 


Match 24 : RR VS GT | IPL Match Report| 10th April 2024

GT(199/7 -over 20) Won By 3 wickets Against RR (196/3 -over 20)

A splendid knock of 72(44) from captain Shubman Gill and a fantastic final flourish from Rashid Khan (24* off 11) and Rahul Tewatia (22 off 11) helped Gujarat Titans pull off a thrilling last-ball win over Rajasthan Royals in Match 24 of the TATA IPL 2024 at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur.Gill laid the platform with 72(44) and then with 40 needed off 15 balls, Rashid and Tewatia got together to pull off a stunning win off the last ball of the match. With 15 needed off the last over, Rashid hit three fours including a last ball winning four with two required off the final ball to spark celebrations in the GT camp. Rashid had also bowled a brilliant spell of 1/18 in the first innings.Earlier, Riyan Parag (76 off 48) and captain Sanju Samson's (68* off 38) crucial fifties had helped RR post a competitive 196/3.Parag and Samson helped RR recover from 42/2 and stitched a spectacular 130-run stand off just 178 balls to help RR post 196/3. 


Match 23 : SRH VS PBKS | IPL Match Report| 9th April 2024

Match 23 : SRH VS PBKS | IPL Match Report| 9th April 2024
Match 23 : SRH VS PBKS | IPL Match Report| 9th April 2024


SRH (182/9 -over 20) Won By 2 Runs Against PBKS (180/6 -over 20) in 23rd Match of IPL in 9th April 2024 

A fabulous counter-attacking knock of 64(37) from Nitish Kumar Reddy helped Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) edge Punjab Kings (PBKS) in a thriller after surviving a late scare at the Maharaja Yadavindra Singh International Cricket Stadium in Mullanpur.Reddy helped SRH recover from 39/3 as he added a blistering 50-run stand off just 20 balls with Abdul Samad to power SRH to a competitive 182/9. The visitors then survived a late blitz from Shashank Singh (46* off 25) and Ashutosh Sharma (33* off 15) as Jaydev Unadkat held his nerve to defend 29 off the last over.Defending 183, SRH got off to a brilliant start, picking up three wickets inside the Powerplay. Captain Pat Cummins struck first as he castled Jonny Bairstow in the second over. Bhuvneshwar then struck twice as he dismissed Impact Player Prabhsimran Singh and PBKS captain Shikhar Dhawan via a splendid stumping from Heinrich Klaasen, who was standing up to the stumps. PBKS were reduced to 27/3 in the Powerplay. 

Match 22 : CSK VS KKR | IPL Match Report| 8th April 2024

  CSK (141/3 -over 17.4) Won By 7 wickets (14 Balls Left) Against KKR (137/9 -over 20 ) on 22nd Match of IPL in 8th April 2024.

Chennai Super Kings (CSK) put in a comprehensive all-round performance to overcome Kolkata Knight Riders’ (KKR) challenge at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. The CSK bowlers restricted an in-form KKR batting line-up to 137 and followed it up with a stable batting performance to clinch an seven-wicket win. This is KKR’s first defeat in the TATA Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024. 

Match 21 : LSG VS GT | IPL Match Report| 7th April 2024

Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) won by 33 runs against the Gujarat Titans (GT) in their TATA Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 match at the Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow.
 

With this win, LSG have registered their first ever success against GT in the IPL history. Previously, these teams had played each other four times across the 2022 and 2023 seasons, with GT emerging victorious in all the games. With GT at 47 for no loss in five overs while chasing 164, LSG had their task cut out. Openers Shubman Gill and B Sai Sudharsan had batted through the powerplay confidently. Sai Sudharsan, in particular, was in good touch as he raced away to 31. The opening partnership went past 50 and looked set to put GT on course for another win over LSG. That is when the hosts struck back. 

Match 20 : MI VS DC | IPL Match Report| 7th April 2024


Mumbai Indians (MI) registered their first victory in the TATA Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 with a 29-run win against Delhi Capitals at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. 

Powered by a blockbuster performance by the batters, MI posted a formidable 234. In reply, DC’s batters kept them in the hunt, but Jasprit Bumrah’s accurate spell ensured MI went on to win the game. MI's innings could be divided into two halves, both connected by a stable contribution from their captain. To begin with, the openers – Rohit Sharma and Ishan Kishan – gave them a power-packed start  with an 80-run stand off only 42 balls. 

Match 19 : RCB VS RR | IPL Match Report| 6th April 2024


Jos Buttler (100* off 58) and Sanju Samson (69 off 42) set the stage on fire in Jaipur with sparkling knocks as Rajasthan Royals (RR) made it four wins in a row by beating Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur.


Buttler and Samson helped RR recover from the early loss of Yashasvi Jaiswal with a fantastic 148-run stand as they unfurled a range of exquisite strokes to power the home side to a six-wicket win. Buttler made the occasion of his 100th IPL match more special by bringing up his 100 and finishing off the match in style with a six.Earlier, a cracking 8th IPL century by Virat Kohli helped RCB post 183/3. Kohli put on an exhibition in elegance, timing and placement to score 113* (72), adding 125 runs with Faf du Plessis (44 off 33) for the opening wicket to help the visitors post a competitive total.Chasing 184, Rajasthan Royals were jolted early as Reece Topley struck off the second ball of the innings to dismiss Yashasvi Jaiswal. Captain Sanju Samson and Jos Buttler then got together, mixed caution with aggression to steady the ship. Buttler upped the ante in the final over of the Powerplay, smashing 4,4,6,4 off Mayank Dagar to take RR to 54/1 at the end of six overs.


Match 18 : SRH  VS CSK | IPL Match Report| 5th April 2024

Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) won by six wickets against the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in their TATA Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 match at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad. 

When compared to the previous match in Hyderabad that witnessed an IPL record, this match had more for the bowlers – resulting in a good contest between the two departments overall. Chasing 166, SRH began in explosive fashion with Abhishek Sharma taking the attack to the bowlers. It was almost as if he started from where he left off during the innings against Mumbai Indians (MI) last week. The 12-ball 37 was an entertaining knock that featured three fours and four sixes. He flicked and pull with panache – a shot that stood out was a flick over mid-wicket that sailed all the way. The entertaining knock ended in the third over when he found Ravindra Jadeja at point off Deepak Chahar. 

Match 17 : KKR VS DC | IPL Match Report| 4th April 2024

PBKS (200/7 - over 19.5) Won By 3 wickets (1 Ball Left) Against GT (199/4 - over 20 ) in the 17th Match of the IPL on 4th April 2024.
PBKS (200/7 - over 19.5) Won By 3 wickets (1 Ball Left) Against GT (199/4 - over 20 ) in the 17th Match of the IPL on 4th April 2024.



PBKS (200/7 - over 19.5) Won By 3 wickets (1 Ball Left) Against GT (199/4 - over 20 ) in the 17th Match of the IPL on 4th April 2024.


Match 16 : KKR VS DC | IPL Match Report| 3rd April 2024

KKR (272/7 - over 20 ) won By 106 Runs Against DC (166/9 -over 17.2) in the 16th Match of IPL on 3rd April 2024.
KKR WON BY 106 Runs


KKR (272/7 - over 20 ) won By 106 Runs Against DC (166/9 -over 17.2) in the 16th Match of IPL on 3rd April 2024.

Match 15 : LSG VS RCB | IPL Match Report| 2nd April 2024

Mayank Yadav Image
Mayank Yadav Image 


LSG(181/5 -over 20 ) won by 28 Runs Against RCB(153/9 -over 19.4 ) in 15th Match on 2nd April 2024 .



Match 14 : MI VS RR | IPL Match Report| 1st April 2024

Image of Riyan Parag is the highest scorer in Today's Match with Not out 54 runs in just 39 balls from Rajasthan Royals in the 14th Match of IPL on 1st April Against MI.
Image of Riyan Parag (RR) is the highest scorer in Today's Match with Not out 54 runs in just 39 balls from Rajasthan Royals in the 14th Match of IPL on 1st April Against MI. 

 

Rajasthan Royals (127/4 -over 15.3) won By 6 wickets (27 Balls Left)Against Mumbai Indians (125/9 -over 20) in the 14th Match of IPL on 1st April 2024.

Riyan Parag is the highest scorer in Today's Match with Not out 54 runs in just 39 balls from Rajasthan Royals in the 14th Match of IPL on 1st April Against MI. 

Trent Boult from Rajasthan Royals became Player of the Match for his performance (22/3  - over 4). He has taken 3 important wickets by giving only 22 Runs in 4 overs. Mumbai Indians performance you can say Avergae in today Match Mostely in Batting side.


Match 13 : DC VS CSK  | IPL Match Report| 31th March 2024

MS DHONI CSK IPL TEAM
MS DHONI 2024 Image During CSK VS DC ON MATCH 31ST MARCH 2024



DC (191/5 -over 20 ) won By 20 Runs Against CSK (171/6 -over 20) in 13th Match of IPL on 31st March 2024.

Match 12 : SRH VS GT | IPL Match Report| 31th March 2024

GT team
Mohit Sharma after taking wickets against SRH in 12th Match of IPL on 31st March 2024  


GT(168/3 -over 19.1 ) won 7 wickets (5 Balls Left) Against SRH (162/8 -over 20) in 12th Match of IPL on 31st March 2024.  Gujarat Titans (GT) Bolster Home Dominance with Convincing Win over Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH).

Gujarat Titans (GT) continued their stronghold at the Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad, clinching a comfortable seven-wicket victory against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in Match 12 of the TATA Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024. Spearheaded by a disciplined bowling performance and a collective batting effort, GT secured their second triumph of the 2024 season.

In the sweltering afternoon heat of Ahmedabad, SRH skipper Pat Cummins opted to bat first after winning the toss. Riding high on their recent batting exploits, which saw them setting a record team score in the previous Tata IPL encounter, SRH entered the contest with confidence. Unlike their explosive start in Hyderabad, SRH displayed a more measured approach in the powerplay phase. Travis Head maintained aggression while Mayank Agarwal exercised caution, but Agarwal's innings was cut short in the fifth over as he attempted a flick over backward square-leg off Azmatullah Omarzai. Abhishek Sharma countered Rashid Khan's introduction with two towering sixes in the final over of the powerplay. However, Head's dismissal for 19, caught by Noor Ahmad off a slog, halted SRH's momentum post-powerplay.

Despite SRH's batsmen showing glimpses of aggression and getting starts, GT's bowlers struck at regular intervals, preventing substantial partnerships. The highest stand of the innings, a 45-run partnership for the sixth wicket between Abdul Samad and Shahbaz Ahmed, injected some late momentum. Nonetheless, none of SRH's batsmen managed to surpass the 30-run mark, with Abhishek and Samad top-scoring jointly with 29 runs each. Mohit Sharma starred with the ball for GT, claiming three wickets for 25 runs in his quota of four overs, including two crucial scalps in the final over, which limited SRH to 162 runs.

Chasing a target of 163, GT got off to a solid start courtesy of Wriddhiman Saha's aggressive strokeplay during the powerplay. Despite Saha's dismissal by Shahbaz, Sai Sudharsan, stepping in for Mohit as an Impact Player, partnered well with Shubman Gill to steer GT forward. Gill accelerated after Saha's departure, showcasing his attacking prowess with well-timed strokes, including a six off Shahbaz. Sudharsan, too, played confidently, adding valuable runs alongside Gill. The duo's partnership flourished until Gill's dismissal, attempting to clear long-on off Mayank Markande.

In a strategic move, GT promoted David Miller to stabilize the chase with his experience, forming a crucial alliance with Sudharsan. The pair adeptly rotated the strike without taking undue risks. Entering the final five overs, GT required 49 runs, a challenge reminiscent of SRH's recent successful defense against MI at the same venue. However, Miller and Sudharsan dashed SRH's hopes with an onslaught on Markande in the 16th over, amassing 24 runs. Despite Sudharsan's departure for a well-made 45, GT's required rate had dwindled to a manageable run-a-ball by then, sealing their victory.

Match 11 : LSG VS PBKS | IPL Match Report| 30th March 2024

Mayank yadav celebrating after taking wicket Against PBKS in 11th Match of IPL on 30th March 2024
Mayank yadav celebrating after taking wicket Against PBKS in 11th Match of IPL on 30th March 2024


LSG (199/8 - over 20) Won By 21 Runs Against PBKS (178/5 - over 20) in 11th Match on 30th March 2024.  The Tata Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 is a platform where talent meets opportunity and the Lucknow Super Giants unearthed a new youngster with great potential on the big stage during their victory against Punjab Kings at the Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium.


 Playing his first match in the Tata IPL, Mayank Yadav bowled with pace like fire to inspire his team’s 21-run victory on a batting friendly surface. Chasing 200, PBKS got off to a great start courtesy of their openers Shikhar Dhawan and Jonny Bairstow. Both batters were proactive in the powerplay, scoring at over 10 runs an over.


 Dhawan got to his half-century in the eighth over when he slog-swept Ravi Bishnoi for a massive six. PBKS moved past 100 in the 11th over and looked set to change gears and race towards the total. 

LSG pulled things back with the introduction of debutant Mayank. In his very first over, he surprised the batters with his pace, even clocking over 150 kmph a few times. He bagged the wicket of Bairstow in his second over as the right-hander tried to clear the leg-side but couldn’t time the ball well enough. 

Prabhsimran Singh came in as an Impact Player and made an immediate impact with two sixes, one over long-on off Ravi Bishnoi and the other hit over third-man off Mayank, where Mohsin Khan took the catch but crossed the ropes. 

Mayank then dismissed Prabhsimran when he tried to smash one over mid-on but only got the elevation. Dhawan stayed at one end as wickets fell at the other. Jitesh Sharma started off well by hitting a boundary through mid-off with Mohsin bowling. However, Mayank struck again when Jitesh tried to pull but top-edged it, with Naveen-ul-Haq taking a catch at mid-wicket. 


By the time Mayank finished his spell of three for 27, PBKS needed 60 off the last four overs. Dhawan fell soon after on 70 when he tried to pull a slower-bouncer from Mohsin, but gloved it to the wicketkeeper. Curran fell first ball trying to pull Mohsin. Thereafter, it was an uphill task for PBKS, particularly with Livingstone struggling with an injury he sustained in the field. 


Livingstone fought on till the end but couldn’t prevent an LSG triumph. Earlier in the day, Nicholas Pooran walked out for the toss as captain for LSG in place of KL Rahul, who only batted and was later substituted by the Impact Player, Naveen.

 Pooran said this was done to ease Rahul into the tournament as he was returning from an injury. LSG chose to bat first on a good wicket in front of their supportive home fan base. LSG’s innings was initially spearheaded by Quinton de Kock, who smashed a 38-ball 54. 

Rahul started well but was dismissed when he tried to find the gap through point but was caught superbly by Bairstow. In the sixth over, Devdutt Padikkal made room and tried to go over mid-off, only to find the fielder. 

Meanwhile, de Kock soldiered on and batted at a good pace. The innings got real impetus when Nicholas Pooran joined de Kock. The 27-ball 47-run stand set a proper platform for a big score. 

Although de Kock was dismissed in the 14th over, Pooran’s attack continued as he smashed his way to 42 off 21 balls, featuring three fours and three sixes, until he inside-edged one onto the stumps from Kagiso Rabada. In the slog overs, Krunal Pandya’s (43 not out off 22 balls) enterprising knock helped push LSG towards 200.




Match 10 : RCB VS KKR | IPL Match Report| 29th March 2024

KKR (182/3 -over 16.5) Won by 7 wickets (19 Balls Left) Against RCB (182/6 -over 20) in 10th Match of IPL on 29th March 2024
KKR (182/3 -over 16.5) Won by 7 wickets (19 Balls Left) Against RCB (182/6 -over 20) in 10th Match of IPL on 29th March 2024


KKR (182/3 -over 16.5) Won by 7 wickets (19 Balls Left) Against RCB (182/6 -over 20) in 10th Match of IPL on 29th March 2024 . A power-packed batting performance, led by Venkatesh Iyer (50 off 30) and Sunil Narine (47 off 22), helped Kolkata Knight Riders chase down 183 comfortably against Royal Challengers Bengaluru in Match 10 of TATA IPL 2024 and register their second win in a row, at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.

Narine and Phil Salt (30 off 20) set the tone, smashing 86 from 6.3 overs for the opening wicket. Venkatesh Iyer then carried forward the momentum and cracked a counter-attacking 50 off 30 to power KKR to a seven-wicket win.Earlier, excellent spells from Andre Russell and Harshit Rana had helped KRR restrict RCB to 182/6.Chasing 183, KKR got off to a blistering start as Phil Salt made his intentions clear in as early as the first over, smashing 6,4,6 off Mohd. Siraj. His opening partner Sunil Narine joined the party and took over the aggressor's role, smashing five powerful sixes to take KKR to 85/0 at the end of the Powerplay. The visitors hit four fours and seven sixes inside the first six overs to set the tone.

Faf du Plessis then introduced spin into the attack for the first time in the seventh over, and it did the trick as Mayank Dager cleaned up the dangerous Narine on 47(22) via a quicker one. Impact Player Vijaykumar Vyshak then struck another crucial blow, dismissing Salt (30 off 20) in the next over. Vyshak had a chance to make it two wickets in two overs but Dayal dropped Shreyas Iyer on 9 in the 10th over as KKR reached 112/2 at the half way mark.Venkatesh Iyer then took the attack to Alzarri Joseph and smashed a couple of sixes and as many fours to take 20 off the 11th over. Iyer looked confident and at ease as he brought up his fifty off just 29 balls.

Venkatesh and Shreyas added 75 off 45 balls to bring the equation down to 16 needed off 30. Venkatesh (50 off 30) departed soon after getting to his fifty. Shreyas (39* off 24), though, took over the mantle and finished it off in style with a six as KKR chased down the target with 19 balls to spare.  Earlier, Kolkata Knight Riders captain won the toss and elected to field. RCB got off to a breezy start but lost captain Faf du Plessis in the process. KKR pacer Harshit Rana struck early in the second over as he bounced back strongly to dismiss Faf du Plessis via a slower one after being scooped for a six over third man off the previous delivery. Du Plessis had adjusted well to scoop one over third man, and he tried to scoop one over fine leg off the next, but the pace off the ball did him in, and he mistimed his scoop to short fine leg. Virat Kohli and Cameron Green then went on the counter-attack and hit five fours and two sixes inside the Powerplay to take RCB to 61/1.

Kohli and Green added 65 off 42 and just as the partnership was growing bigger and better, Andre Russell provided a crucial breakthrough, cleaning up Green (33 off 21) after being hit for a six off the previous ball. The visitors kept it tight for the next couple of overs, not conceding a single boundary.Kohli and Maxwell finally brough the momentum back with some attacking strokes as Kohli brought up his second consecutive fifty off 36 balls with a six and a single.KKR had a chance to break the stand in the 13th over, but Ramandeep Singh dropped Maxwell at deep mid-wicket on 11. And they gave another reprieve to Maxwell in the next over, as Narine dropped one off Rana on 23. Narine, however, made up for it as he sent back Maxwell (28 off 19) off the first ball of the next over. KKR again managed to peg things back, with Russell striking once again to dismiss Rajat Patidar, as RCB reached 148/4 at the end of 17 overs.KKR introduced Angkrish Raghuvanshi as their Impact Player, replacing Varun Chakaravarthy, who completed his quota of four overs, in the 18th over.The visitors kept chipping away at the wickets as Rana came back to dismiss Anuj Rawat and gave away just five in the 18th over. RCB managed just 29/3 from the 15–18-over phase.Karthik (20 off 8) and Kohli then provided a vital final push, cracking four sixes in the last two overs to take RCB to 182/6 at the end of 20 overs. Kohli remained unbeaten on 83 off 59, hitting four fours and as many sixes.

Match 9 : RR VS DC | IPL Match Report| 28th March 2024

Delhi Capitals Captain and Rajasthan Royals Captain Image 9th Macth of IPL on 28th March 2024
Delhi Capitals Captain and Rajasthan Royals Captain Image 9th Macth of IPL on 28th March 2024


RR (185/5 -over 20) won by 12 Runs Against DC (173/5 -over 20 ) in 9th Match of IPL on 28th March 2024.Riyan Parag's remarkable innings of 84* runs off just 45 balls propelled Rajasthan Royals to their second consecutive victory in the TATA IPL 2024, as they secured a hard-fought 12-run win against the Delhi Capitals in Match 9 at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur.

Facing a challenging situation at 36/3, Parag played a pivotal role in steering the hosts to a competitive total of 185/5, unleashing an array of stunning shots throughout his innings. His performance proved crucial in setting up Rajasthan's triumph.

The impact players for Rajasthan, Nandre Burger (2/29) and Yuzvendra Chahal (2/19), made significant contributions with the ball during the Powerplay and middle overs, respectively. Avesh Khan delivered a magnificent final over, defending 17 runs and securing the victory for Rajasthan.

In pursuit of 186 runs, the Delhi Capitals began their innings briskly but suffered setbacks with the early dismissals of Mitchell Marsh and Ricky Bhui. Despite losing wickets, David Warner provided resistance, smashing three sixes and a four to keep Delhi in the hunt.

However, a moment of brilliance from Sandeep Sharma, who took a splendid catch to dismiss Warner (49 off 34), turned the tide in Rajasthan's favor. Yuzvendra Chahal's crucial wicket of Rishabh Pant further dented Delhi's hopes.

Tristan Stubbs displayed resilience for Delhi, scoring an unbeaten 44 off 23 balls, but Rajasthan's bowlers, particularly Sandeep Sharma and Avesh Khan, held their nerve in the crucial moments.

Earlier, Delhi Capitals captain Rishabh Pant, celebrating his 100th IPL match, opted to field after winning the toss. Delhi's pacers, Khaleel Ahmed, Mukesh Kumar, and Anrich Nortje, kept the Rajasthan batsmen in check during the Powerplay, restricting them to 31/2. Mukesh Kumar's early breakthrough, dismissing Yashasvi Jaiswal, set the tone for Delhi's bowling effort.

Overall, it was a thrilling contest marked by outstanding performances from both teams, with Rajasthan Royals emerging victorious in the end, much to the delight of the home crowd at Jaipur's Sawai Mansingh Stadium.

Match 8 : SRH VS MI | IPL Match Report| 27th March 2024

SRH (277/3 - over 20) Won By 31 Runs Against   MI (246/5 -over 20) in 8th Match of IPL on 27th March 2024 . At the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad, there was a big cricket match between Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) and Mumbai Indians (MI) in the Tata Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024. SRH played really well and made a huge score of 277 runs.
Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) IPL Team Celebration After Taking Wicket Against MI in 8th Match on 27th March 2024



SRH (277/3 - over 20) Won By 31 Runs Against   MI (246/5 -over 20) in 8th Match of IPL on 27th March 2024 . At the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad, there was a big cricket match between Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) and Mumbai Indians (MI) in the Tata Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024. SRH played really well and made a huge score of 277 runs. 

This is the highest score ever in Tata IPL history. MI tried their best to chase the target but fell short by 31 runs.

The SRH batsmen, especially Abhishek Sharma, Travis Head, and Heinrich Klaasen, played outstandingly. Abhishek Sharma scored his fifty in just 16 balls, which is the fastest by any SRH player in IPL history. Travis Head also played a brilliant innings. MI won the toss and chose to bowl first. SRH took charge from the beginning, with Travis Head hitting boundaries early on. Abhishek Sharma joined him and played some impressive shots, including seven sixes.

MI tried to fight back with Ishan Kishan and Rohit Sharma's aggressive batting, but they couldn't keep up with the required run rate. Tilak Varma played a fantastic innings for MI, scoring a quick fifty. However, SRH bowlers like Pat Cummins and Jaydev Unadkat bowled well in the final overs, restricting MI's scoring.

In the end, SRH won the match, delighting their fans. It was a high-scoring game with many records broken, including the most runs scored and sixes hit in a Tata IPL match.



Match 7 : CSK VS GT | IPL Match Report| 26th March 2024

CSK Captain Left and GT Captain Right Image in 7th IPL on 26th March 2024
CSK Captain Left and GT Captain Right Image in 7th IPL on 26th March 2024 


CSK (206/6  - over 20) Won By 63 Runs Against GT (143/8  - over 20) on 7th IPL match in 26th March 2024 . In a T20 showdown that epitomized team unity, Chennai Super Kings (CSK) showcased a masterclass in their triumph over Gujarat Titans (GT) at the iconic MA Chidambaram Stadium. 


The opening spectacle of the Tata Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 couldn't have started on a better note for the defending champions as they dominated with a resounding 63-run victory over last year's finalists, GT, igniting a formidable roar from their fervent supporters.

CSK's batting onslaught commenced with a statement of intent from Rachin Ravindra, whose explosive innings of 46 off just 20 deliveries set the stage on fire. Despite a fortunate early escape for Ruturaj Gaikwad, who was dropped at slip in the initial overs, he partnered with Ravindra to unleash a flurry of scintillating strokes, captivating the Chennai faithful. By the time Ravindra departed, CSK had already raced to 62 runs within the powerplay overs.

Maintaining the momentum post-Ravindra's departure, Gaikwad ensured a steady flow of runs, with R Sai Kishore claiming a crucial wicket in the form of Ajinkya Rahane to bolster CSK's position. Spencer Johnson's breakthrough, dismissing Gaikwad, momentarily buoyed GT's hopes, only for Shivam Dube's explosive entrance to dash them. Dube's fearless hitting, particularly his swift fifty off just 20 balls, provided CSK with a monumental boost, epitomizing their aggressive approach.

Daryl Mitchell witnessed firsthand Dube's ferocious assault on the GT bowlers, as the left-hander showcased his sublime form with an array of boundaries and sixes. Rashid Khan eventually halted Dube's rampage in the penultimate over, but the momentum was firmly with CSK. Sameer Rizvi, making his IPL debut, followed suit by announcing his arrival in style, further underscoring CSK's fearless ethos.

With a daunting target of 207 runs looming, GT's captain, Shubman Gill, displayed early aggression before falling victim to Deepak Chahar's precision bowling. Despite Wriddhiman Saha's valiant efforts, GT's innings faltered under mounting pressure, with wickets tumbling at regular intervals. Sai Sudharsan attempted to anchor the innings, but CSK's bowling unit, led by Chahar and supported by Tushar Deshpande and Matheesha Pathirana, stifled GT's aspirations.

Mustafizur Rahman's pivotal contributions earned him the prestigious Purple Cap as CSK continued their dominance at home in the Tata IPL 2024. With a comprehensive victory under their belt, CSK reaffirmed their status as formidable contenders in the tournament, setting the stage for an electrifying season ahead.



Match 6 : RCB VS PBKS | IPL Match Report| 25th March 2024

RCB (178/6 - over 19.2 ) Won By 4 wickets (4 Balls Left ) against PBKS (176/6 - over 20 ) in 6th Match on 25th March 2024 . Virat Kohli played a commanding innings of 77 runs off 49 balls to lead the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) to their first victory in the TATA IPL 2024, defeating the Punjab Kings by wickets at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.
RCB Team During 6th Match against PBKS on 25th March 2024 


RCB (178/6 - over 19.2 ) Won By 4 wickets (4 Balls Left ) against PBKS (176/6 - over 20 ) in 6th Match on 25th March 2024 . Virat Kohli played a commanding innings of 77 runs off 49 balls to lead the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) to their first victory in the TATA IPL 2024, defeating the Punjab Kings by wickets at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. 


Kohli's innings, which began with a dropped catch off the second ball, punished the Punjab Kings with brilliant strokes. Dinesh Karthik (28* off 10) and Impact Player Mahipal Lomror (17* off 8) then finished off the match with an unbeaten 48-run partnership in the final 18 balls, as RCB successfully chased down the target of 177 in the last over.

In the chase, RCB had a lucky break when Jonny Bairstow dropped Kohli early in the innings. Kohli took advantage, hitting three fours in the over to set the tone. Despite losing wickets, RCB managed to keep up with the required rate, largely due to Kohli's efforts. However, Punjab Kings fought back with disciplined bowling, taking crucial wickets to build pressure on RCB. Despite Kohli's valiant efforts, he was eventually dismissed, followed by another wicket, putting RCB in a tough spot.

With 47 runs needed off 22 balls, RCB introduced Mahipal Lomror as their Impact Player. Lomror and Karthik then accelerated the scoring, bringing the equation down to 10 runs off the last over. Karthik sealed the victory with a six and a four off the first two balls of the final over, finishing the match in style.

Earlier, RCB won the toss and elected to field. They started well, picking up early wickets and restricting Punjab Kings to 40/1 in the Powerplay. Despite a solid partnership between Shikhar Dhawan and Prabhsimran Singh, RCB managed to break through with timely wickets, preventing Punjab Kings from accelerating their innings. Some late hitting from Shashank Singh helped Punjab Kings reach a total of 176/6.

Overall, it was a thrilling match with Kohli's masterful innings guiding RCB to their first win of the tournament.



Match 5 : GT VS MI | IPL Match Report | 24th March 2024

Gujarat Titans (GT) celebrating after talking wicket against MI (Mumbai Indians) in IPL on 24th March 2024
Gujarat Titans (GT) celebrating after talking wicket against MI (Mumbai Indians) in IPL on 24th March 2024 


GT (168/6 - over 20) won By 6 Runs against MI (162/9 - over 20 ) on 24th March 2024. In an exciting game between the Gujarat Titans (GT) and Mumbai Indians (MI) at the Tata Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024, GT managed a close six-run win. 


Who Won Yesterday IPL Match 2024 GT VS MI: The match swung back and forth until the last over when MI needed 19 runs to win. Hardik Pandya of MI hit a huge six on the first ball and followed it with a boundary, but Umesh Yadav of GT kept his cool and got Pandya out. Piyush Chawla's wicket on the fourth ball sealed the win for GT.

Initially, MI seemed in control of the chase, but they stumbled as Ishan Kishan got out early. Debutant Azmatullah Omarzai troubled MI's batsmen, and though Naman Dhir showed some attacking play, GT managed to take wickets at crucial moments. Dewald Brevis and Rohit Sharma's partnership looked promising, but once Rohit got out, GT tightened their grip on the game. Despite some late fireworks from MI, GT's bowlers, especially Spencer Johnson, held their nerve to secure the win.

This match also marked significant debuts, with Shubman Gill leading GT for the first time and Pandya captaining MI in the tournament. Five players made their IPL debuts, adding to the excitement. Earlier, GT, batting first, posted 168 runs thanks to contributions from players like Gill, Sai Sudharsan, and Rahul Tewatia, despite good bowling performances from MI's Jasprit Bumrah and debutant Gerald Coetzee.



Match 4 : LSG VS RR | IPL Match Report | 24th March 2024 


RR IPL Team After taking 2nd wicket against LSG  24th March 2024
RR IPL Team After taking 2nd wicket against LSG  24th March 2024 


RR(193/4 - over 20)  won by 20 Runs Against LSG (173/6 - over 20 ) on 24th March 2024 .In a thrilling match at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur, Rajasthan Royals (RR) started their TATA IPL 2024 campaign with a win against Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) by 20 runs.


Who Won Yesterday IPL Match 2024 RR VS LSG:  RR's captain, Sanju Samson, played a brilliant innings of 82 runs not out from 52 balls, while Riyan Parag contributed with 43 runs off 29 balls. Their partnership of 93 runs off 59 balls helped RR reach a competitive total of 193/4. The bowlers, including Trent Boult and Nandre Burger, started strong, taking crucial wickets in the Powerplay and slog overs to defend the total.

Chasing 194 runs, LSG faced early setbacks as Boult and Burger struck early, sending back Quinton de Kock and Devdutt Padikkal. However, Deepak Hooda, who came in as LSG's Impact Player, played aggressively, forming a good partnership with KL Rahul. But Yuzvendra Chahal's dismissal of Hooda halted LSG's momentum. Despite Nicholas Pooran's aggressive fifty and Rahul's fifty, LSG fell short of the target by 20 runs.

Earlier, RR, after winning the toss, opted to bat first. They lost Jos Buttler early but recovered well with a quick partnership between Yashasvi Jaiswal and Samson. Samson and Parag then accelerated the innings, hitting boundaries and sixes, with Samson completing his half-century. Despite late wickets, RR managed to set a challenging total of 193/4.

It was a fantastic start for RR in the tournament, with Samson's leadership and batting prowess shining brightly.


Match 3: KKR VS SRH | IPL Match Report | 23rd March 2024 

In a thrilling match at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata, KKR (208/7 - over 20 ) won by Just 4 Runs against SRH (204/7 - over 20) on 23rd March 2024.  Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) clinched a nail-biting victory against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) thanks to a sensational last over by Harshit Rana and an outstanding performance by Andre Russell. KKR won by just four runs.
KKR Team Image after winning against SRH on 23rd March 2024 



In a thrilling match at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata, KKR (208/7 - over 20 ) won by Just 4 Runs against SRH (204/7 - over 20) on 23rd March 2024.  Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) clinched a nail-biting victory against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) thanks to a sensational last over by Harshit Rana and an outstanding performance by Andre Russell. KKR won by just four runs.

Who Won Yesterday IPL Match 2024 KKR VS SRH: Andre Russell played a blazing innings of 64 runs off 25 balls and also contributed with the ball, taking two wickets for 25 runs. He, along with Ramandeep Singh, rescued KKR from a tough situation, helping them post a challenging total of 208/7 after a shaky start.

Chasing 209 runs, SRH's Mayank Agarwal and Abhishek Sharma gave their team a strong start, scoring 60 runs in the Powerplay. However, Harshit Rana's crucial wicket of Mayank Agarwal turned the tide in KKR's favor. Despite some resistance from SRH's Heinrich Klaasen, who scored a quickfire 63 off 29 balls, Rana's final-over heroics secured the win for KKR.

Earlier, SRH, after winning the toss, chose to field and had a good start, picking up wickets early on. Phil Salt's aggressive start for KKR was overshadowed by quick wickets, but Russell's late onslaught, supported by Rinku Singh, propelled KKR to a formidable total.

In the end, KKR's brilliant all-round performance outshone SRH's efforts, sealing a thrilling victory for the home team.




Match 2: PBKS VS DC | IPL Match Report | 23rd March 2024 

Punjab Kings had a great start PBKS (177/6  - over 19.2) won by 4 wickets against DC (174/9 - over 20 ) in 23rd march 2024 .in the TATA IPL 2024 by winning their first match against Delhi Capitals by four wickets at Maharaja Yadavindra Singh International Cricket Stadium in Mullanpur
PBKS IPL Team WALKING DURING IPL MATCH VS DC IN 23RD March 2024 


Punjab Kings had a great start PBKS (177/6  - over 19.2) won by 4 wickets against DC (174/9 - over 20 ) in 23rd march 2024 .in the TATA IPL 2024 by winning their first match against Delhi Capitals by four wickets at Maharaja Yadavindra Singh International Cricket Stadium in Mullanpur.

Who Won Yesterday IPL Match 2024 PBKS VS DC: Sam Curran and Liam Livingstone played important roles in the Punjab Kings' victory. They helped their team chase down Delhi Capitals' score of 175 with Curran scoring 63 runs off 47 balls and Livingstone staying unbeaten on 38 runs off 21 balls. Delhi Capitals had managed to score 174/9 thanks to a good bowling effort from Punjab Kings.

In the chase, Punjab Kings lost their openers Shikhar Dhawan and Jonny Bairstow early, but Prabhsimran Singh contributed with a quick knock to keep the scoreboard moving. However, wickets kept falling for Punjab Kings, but Curran and Livingstone's partnership put them in a good position. Curran's departure in the penultimate over brought some tension, but Livingstone finished the match in style with a six.

Earlier, Delhi Capitals, after winning the toss, started aggressively but lost wickets at regular intervals. Rishabh Pant made a comeback to cricket after a serious accident and scored 18 runs before getting out. Abishek Porel's late blitz helped Delhi Capitals reach a competitive total of 174/9.

It was an exciting match with both teams putting up a strong fight, but Punjab Kings emerged victorious in the end.




Match 1: CSK VS RCB | IPL | 22nd March 2024 

In the first match of TATA IPL 2024 CSK won by 6 Wicket against RCB .  at Chennai's MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai Super Kings (CSK) showed their excellence by defeating Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) by six wickets.
Jadeja and Dubey Image while Playing first IPL Match vs RCB in 22nd March 2024 


In the first match of TATA IPL 2024 CSK ( 176/4 over 18.4 ) won by 6 Wicket  against RCB (173/6 over 20) .  at Chennai's MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai Super Kings (CSK) showed their excellence by defeating Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) by six wickets.

Who Won Yesterday IPL Match 2024 CSK VS RCB: CSK's fantastic all-round performance limited RCB to 173/6 with Mustafizur Rahman's impressive bowling figures of 4/29 and great fielding efforts. Then, in their chase, CSK's batsmen, led by Rachin Ravindra's explosive debut innings of 37 off just 15 balls, achieved the target comfortably with eight balls remaining.

Despite losing captain Ruturaj Gaikwad early, CSK's batsmen kept the momentum going. Daryl Mitchell and Ravindra built a solid partnership, but RCB's Karn Sharma and Cameron Green took important wickets. However, CSK's Shivam Dube and Ravindra steadied the innings, with Dube's unbeaten 34 and Ravindra's brilliant 25 not out guiding CSK to victory.

Earlier, RCB, after winning the toss, started well but lost wickets quickly, courtesy of Mustafizur Rahman and Deepak Chahar's bowling. Faf du Plessis played aggressively for RCB, but his dismissal triggered a collapse. However, Dinesh Karthik and Anuj Rawat's partnership revived RCB's innings, helping them post a challenging total of 173/6.

In the end, CSK's all-round brilliance outshone RCB's efforts, securing a convincing win in the tournament opener.



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LSG - Lucknow Super Giants 

RR - Rajasthan Royals

GT - Gujrat Titians 

SRH - Sunrises Hyderabad

DC - Delhi Capitals

PBKS - Punjab Kings

KKR - Kolkata Knight Riders 

RCB - Royal Challenger Bengaluru 
CSK - Chennai Super Kings 






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