Returned Liton Das:
Bangladesh team player Liton Das is playing for Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL. In this case, the Kolkata team management said that he has gone to his native country Bangladesh yesterday. “Liton Das has returned to the country due to a medical emergency in the family. Our best wishes to him and his family to overcome this difficult time,” the team management said. There was no word on whether he would play the rest of the IPL series.
STAINIS ON INJURY:
In the match against Punjab Kings, Lucknow Supergiants registered a thrilling victory. In this, Lucknow’s Marcus Stoinis played brilliantly and scored 72 runs in 40 balls. In the second innings, when Stoinis bowled the 3rd over, Punjab’s Atharva Tait faced the 5th ball of the over.
Stoinis injured his finger when he tried to block the ball. This left him out of the game. He bowled 1.5 overs and took one wicket. Stoinis won the man of the match award.
Lucknow beat Punjab:
Lucknow Supergiants beat Punjab Kings at Mohali Stadium in Punjab. The Lucknow team, who played in the first innings, scored 257 runs. This is the 2nd highest score by a team in IPL history. Punjab scored 201 runs in the second innings. In the last match against Gujarat Titans, they scored only 128 runs in 20 overs. In this match, Lucknow has scored 128 runs in 10 overs.
It’s enough for me, it’s enough!
MS Dhoni runs out Dhruv Jurel in the last over of the first innings against Rajasthan Royals. Speaking about this, Dhruv said, “Even after 20 years when I look at the scorecard of the CSK vs Rajasthan Royals match, I will say that Dhoni sir ran me out. I am proud of that. That is enough for me.” He spoke excitedly.
Rohit’s journey of 10 years:
Rohit Sharma was sworn in as the captain of the Mumbai Indians team in the last 2013 IPL season. It has now been ten years since this 2023 season. To celebrate this,
“Tomorrow’s match against Rajasthan Royals at Wankhede is dedicated to him,” Mumbai Indians tweeted. The team management has also released a photo of Rohit Sharma with five IPL trophies.