New Delhi, The match between Mumbai and Gujarat on Friday was going on as usual in an IPL match, but all of a sudden something happened and all eyes were on the man who was the villain for his over exactly one month ago Became.
In a thrilling match Mumbai finally won and the screenplay was written on the last six balls of the match and with this victory the man who became a villain a month ago became Daniel Sims, a hero on Friday. The Gujarat Titans team was at the top while the Mumbai Indians were at the last stage.
Gujarat’s middle order adorned with bats like Rahul Tewatia, Rashid Khan, David Miller on one side with bat on the other. On the other hand, Daniel Summs of Mumbai, who is performing very well in the tournament with the ball. Miller took a single off the first ball. The other ball could not be played. The third ball Tewatia hit deep midwicket, ran for two runs.
Tilak Verma gave a fielding throw straight into the gloves of wicketkeeper Ishan Kishan and he uprooted the wicket. The field umpire took help from the third umpire. Tevatia’s feet were on the popping crease that Kish had dispersed. Tevatia had to return to the pavilion. Rashid Khan, the big hitter of Death Hours, came on but was able to take only one run as he got out on the first ball.
The final two balls were against David Miller. Miller could not even touch both the balls of Samson for the victory. No runs were scored and Mumbai won the thrilling match by five runs. This is the same Daniel Sims who bowled an unforgettable match against Calcutta in the tournament on April 6 a month ago.
Then Calcutta had to score 3 runs for victory and five overs were left. The 16th over was throwing sums. Calcutta’s Pat Cummins did something in this over that the spectators were stunned.
Sims hit the first ball for a six on a long on. Chonggo scored between Long On and Deep Midwicket on the second. Hit a six at deep midwicket on the third. Cummins equaled the fastest half-century of the IPL by hitting sixes again on the fourth, fours on the fifth and sixes from a straight drive on the sixth.
Just a month later, Sims allowed bowlers like Tevatia, Miller and Rashid to make just three runs on his wonderful bowling. This is the thrill of cricket where such a reversal can be found and this is why the game is so popular.
“We won, that’s great,” Sams said after the match. Paldu sometimes leaned in one side and sometimes in the other. It was fun for cricket fans.
When the last six balls were to be scored and the ball was handed over to me, I told myself we have nothing to lose and the run is in favor of the batsmen. I threw some wide balls. I wanted to throw my best ball. I dropped the ball slowly and it worked.
“It’s not the start of the tournament that we’ve been hoping for,” Sams said. After losing eight matches, the tournament is being played in Mumbai Indians like a mini IPL where six matches are being played.
After the match, hitman Rohit Sharma said that in some matches he was under a lot of pressure but in May he went to Australia and Big Bash League, he has a lot of skills. Defending 3 runs was not easy.
Hardik Pandya said, in the last over we can make 3 runs at any time. We paid the price for two runs out. You can’t lose two matches in a row, the batsmen have disappointed us. We played the best cricket till 18.5 overs. One or two hits make a difference. We didn’t have to let this come to an end.
Irfan Pathan wrote, Daniel Sims’ last over pressure was an important example of doing the normal thing. Don’t throw a yorker. Keep throwing the ball slowly, keeping the bus line and length different.
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