Mumbai Indians were knocked out: IPL 2021: Mumbai Indians were knocked out of the play-offs race despite posting 235, their highest-ever total on Friday. Sunrisers Hyderabad got off to a fiery start, denying the defending champions an opportunity to do the improbable.
- MI posted 235, thier highest total in the history of IPL on Friday
- MI needed to beat SRH by 171 runs but Sunrisers went past 65 in just 6 overs
- Mumbai Indians have been failed to qualify for the play-offs for first time since 2018
Despite reaching their highest total of 235 in 20 overs, they were eliminated from the playoff race.
Mumbai BEAT Hyderabad by 42 runs
Indians from Mumbai entered the competition on the final day of the 2021 IPL league. Knowing they needed a mountain to climb as they had to beat SRH. With 171 runs to overtake the Kolkata Knight Riders and enter for the third time. in Final Season 4.
However, on an excellent field at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. They were unable to restrict the flow of the river. SRH starter Jason Roy and Abhishek Sharma got into the hammer. And pincer power game and made an opening score of 64 runs in just 5.2 overs.
Ishan Kishan, Suryakumar Yadav give it their all
Mumbai Indians had to cut Sunrisers Hyderabad to less than 65 for an unlikely place in the playoffs, but the 2016 champions reached the mini-milestone in less than 6 overs.
Ishan Kishan crushed the fastest fifty of a Mumbai Indians player when he hit the milestone with just 16 balls. He then went on to beat the SRH pitcher, scoring 84 balls out of just 32, hitting 11 limits and 4 sixes.
With windows falling at the other end, Suryakumar Yadav showed flashes of a return to top form, hitting 80 on just 40 balls.
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