Mumbai Indians defeated Shikhar Dhawan’s team, Punjab Kings, by six wickets thanks in large part to the destructive partnership of Ishan Kishan and Suryakumar Yadav. Notably, the southpaw displayed excellent cricket, hitting 75 runs off of 41 pitches, while the flashy Suryakumar managed to score 66 runs off of 31 pitches. Mumbai chased 214 runs in the penultimate over of the game thanks to their amazing brand of play.
In the meantime, Kishan praised Suryakumar and said that because the latter was playing an aggressive type of cricket, it helped Kishan to lighten up a little bit throughout their pursuit. The top-ranked T20I hitter in the world answered by thanking his physiotherapists for keeping him in shape because he had been unwell for the previous two days.
“It was a good start, and in the crucial part of a T20 game you were there and played good shots, which relieved some of the pressure on me to keep playing the big shots,” he said. That was a very advantageous aspect of the game that allowed me to settle in,” said Kishan in a video posted on the IPL’s official Twitter account.
“I would want to thank the physios. They worked really hard over the past 48 hours to assist me in getting ready for the game. They would stay up all night to assist me. I made no special attempts,” Suryakumar Yadav said.
The stumper-batter then mocked Yadav for stealing his credit after thisNEW. Additionally, he praised the cricketer from Mumbai for his 360-degree shots against Punjab.
When you decked Sam Curran all over the field prior to the strategic break, I was watching from the non-striker end and remember thinking, “Whenever I play well, you take away all the credit by playing even better, how will people talk about me, you played shots all over the ground,” according to Kishan.