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IPL 2021: After winning against CSK, Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma said- This is one of the most exciting T20 matches of my life.

In the 27th match of the 14th season of the Indian Premier League, Mumbai Indians defeated Chennai Super Kings by 4 wickets.

After registering a thrilling four-wicket win in the 27th match of the 14th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2021) against Chennai Super Kings (CSK), Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma said that this Zindagi was probably the most exciting T20 match of all time. Also Read – IPL 2021: David Warner may also be out of the playing eleven after being removed from captaincy

Chasing a mammoth score of 218 for four from Chennai, Mumbai registered a resounding victory on the last ball, scoring 219 for six wickets. His winning hero was Kieron Pollard, who scored an unbeaten 87 off just 34 balls. Also Read – IPL 2021: Chennai Super Kings continue to lead the points table despite defeat against Mumbai

Captain Rohit said that Pollard played an amazing innings. After the match, he said, “It was possibly the most exciting T20 match of my life. Pollard was excellent. Since this ground is small, the situation was a bit difficult for the bowlers. Also Read – PBKS vs DC IPL 2021 Dream11 Team Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips & Playing 11 Updates: Know which players to choose in Dream 11, who will be captain and vice captain?

Rohit said that he hoped that if a batsman stays at the crease till the last, then the target will be achieved. He said, “We knew that this is a good ground for batting, so we had decided to stay at the crease for the entire 20 overs.” We got off to a good start and later Krunal Pandya and Pollard handled the innings. We were confident of victory with the presence of Hardik Pandya and James Neesham in the team. ”

Man of the match Pollard also showed off the ball with the bat and took two wickets for just 12 runs in two overs. He said, “When we were bowling, our bowlers were throwing fast balls. It was easy to score, so I used slower balls. ”

Pollard said he wanted to play all six balls of the last over himself. He said, “I knew the bowlers would use the wide yorker balls against me, but this time I had prepared for it, which worked for me.” Even in the last over, I kept the strike with me because I wanted to play six balls of six so that we would have more chances to win. ”


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