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A flood of records in one IPL match

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A flood of records in one IPL match

Yesterday’s IPL match between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Mumbai Indians broke the record book of T20 cricket.

Making and breaking records in cricket is not a new or new thing, but yesterday in IPL 2024, records were made in such a succession that it changed the history of records being made in a single match in the record book of T20 cricket.

Yesterday’s Indian Premier League 2024 match between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Mumbai Indians was a record-breaking match that rained so many runs that it turned into a deluge of records that shattered the record books of T20 cricket.

In this match, not only the record of most runs scored by a single team was established, but also new records of most runs scored in a match, most sixes and most sixes by a team. become

Not only this, but a new record of rain of runs was set in the power play and the first 10 overs as well.

This match was played in Hyderabad Deccan in which the host team scored a record 277 runs for the loss of three wickets while batting first. Travis Hayt scored 62 off 24 balls, Abhishek Sharma 63 off 23 balls and Henrik Klaasen scored 80 runs off 34 balls. Earlier in the 2013 IPL, Royal Challengers Bengaluru scored 263 for 5 against the Warriors.

In pursuit of the target, Mumbai Indians did not have an impressive start, but in the middle order, Tilak Verma scored 64 off 34 balls while Tim David played an unbeaten 42 off 22 balls, but they could only score 246 runs for 5 wickets in the allotted 20 overs. .

Thus, the record of scoring the most runs by any one team was made in this match, but at the same time, a total of 523 runs were scored in the match, which is the record of the most runs in the history of T20 so far. established.

Earlier, this record was set in the match played between South Africa and West Indies last year, which was 517 runs, while in the same year, 515 runs were scored in the match between Lahore Qalandars and Multan Sultans in PSL 8.

When so many runs are scored, then it cannot happen if there is no rain of fours and sixes in it. A new record of sixes was also established in this match and 38 sixes were hit by both teams during the match.

Batting first, the Sunrisers batsmen took the ball across the boundary 18 times in the wind. Although Mumbai Indians could not win the match, they definitely won the match by hitting 20 sixes.

South African fast bowler Koena Mafaka scored 66 runs in his quota of four overs for Mumbai Indians. The batsmen hit them with 5 sixes and 7 fours.

Another record was also created in this match that Sunrisers Hyderabad made 100 in the first 7 overs and 148 in the first 10 overs for the loss of just 2 wickets which is the highest score of the tournament so far.


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