GT vs MI Highlights: Miller could not hit a six off the last ball, Mumbai registered a thrilling win over Gujarat

Mumbai: Mumbai Indians beat Gujarat Titans by 5 runs in a thrilling match of IPL-2022. This is his second win, while Gujarat’s third defeat. Mumbai had scored 177 runs in the match, while Gujarat needed 6 runs off the last ball to win, but David Miller could not do Rahul Tewatia’s feat off Sams. In this way Mumbai hit the ground.

Earlier, Mumbai Indians scored 177 for six in an Indian Premier League (IPL) match against Gujarat Titans by Tim David (44 not out) after Ishan Kishan and captain Rohit Sharma shared a 74-run partnership for the first wicket. Scored the score. After being invited to bat, Rohit scored 43 runs in 28 balls and Kishan 45 off 29 balls to give Mumbai a quick start but the five-time champions lost three wickets in a row.

In the end, David scored an unbeaten 44 off 21 balls to take the team to a competitive score. Rashid Khan was the most successful bowler for Gujarat Titans, taking two wickets for 24 runs while Pradeep Sangwan and Lockie Ferguson got a wicket each.

Alzarri Joseph also took a wicket but he conceded 41 runs in his four overs. Unable to score big, Rohit finally looked in good touch. He dominated the bowlers with his strokes while Kishan continued to support them at the other end. Rohit was very quick especially against Alzarri Joseph, he hit four fours and a six on this bowler. Kishan also completed his 50-run partnership in the fifth over by hitting two fours on Rashid Khan. Rohit then hit a four on Ferguson, which made the team’s score 63 runs without losing a wicket in the powerplay.

Rashid gave Gujarat Titans the first breakthrough in the eighth over. He dismissed a dangerous looking Rohit who was trying to play a reverse shot. Kishan also hit a six at mid-wicket off Rahul Teotia. Suryakumar Yadav (13) also hit a six as soon as he came but he lost the wicket on Pradeep Sangwan in the next try. Then Joseph took the wicket of Kishan off a slow ball, who was caught by Rashid at mid-wicket. Due to this, Mumbai’s score became 111 runs for three wickets in 12 overs. Kieron Pollard played 14 balls but he could not do any wonders which Rashid bowled on his googly.

Tilak Verma (21) and David attempted to form a partnership. During this, David hit two fours on mid-off and long leg on Mohammed Shami. David then hit his first six off Joseph, followed by another six off Ferguson in the 19th over on a no-ball. Verma was run out by a straight throw by Hardik while Daniel Sams was out on the second ball. However, David hit two sixes in the last over on Shami, which took the team’s score past 170 runs.