KKR vs. MI: Jasprit Bumrah and Nitish Rana penalized for violating the code of conduct. KKR won the game against MI by five wickets.
Nitish Rana of the Kolkata Knight Riders reprimanded and fined 10% of his match fee for violating the TATA Indian Premier League (IPL) Code of Conduct during his team’s match against the Mumbai Indians in Pune.
Mr. Rana accepted the sanction after admitting to the Level 1 violation of the IPL Code of Conduct. Mumbai Indians’ Jasprit Bumrah has been reprimanded for violating the TATA Indian Premier League’s (IPL) Code of Conduct during his team’s match against Kolkata Knight Riders in Pune.
Mr. Bumrah accepted the sanction after admitting to the Level 1 violation of the IPL Code of Conduct. The Match Referee’s decision is final and binding for Level 1 violations of the Code of Conduct. It should be noted that the specific offense has not been reveal, but the players have accepted their respective penalties and have been fined accordingly.
In the match between KKR and MI, Mumbai Indians batted first and scored 161 runs thanks to Suryakumar Yadav’s fifty (52 off 36) and brief innings by Tilak Verma (38 off 27) and Kieron Pollard (22 off 5). Dewald Brevis had some great shots earlier in the inning to contribute 29 off 19.
KKR vs. MI: Pat Cummins wrecked havoc on the bowlers of the Mumbai Indians.
However, when KKR began to chase, they lost wickets early on and were reeling at 35/2, but everything changed for them in the blink of an eye when Pat Cummins came into play. Cummins, who had the IPL’s joint-fastest fifty, broke the backs of MI bowlers and hit them for fun at the MCA in Pune. He smashed 56* off 15 balls to wreak havoc and get KKR over the line with four overs to spare, smashing four fours and six sixes.
Venkatesh Iyer, on the other hand, played the anchor role, smashing an unbeaten 50 off 41 balls to boost KKR’s chances against MI. Bumrah remained wicketless in the game, while Rana could only muster eight runs before being dismissed by Murugan Ashwin.