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As KKR defeated MI look at the changes in the Points Table.

As KKR defeted MI look at the changes in the Points Table.

Key sentence:

  • KKR took a gigantic jump on the focuses table in the wake of enrolling an agreeable 7-wicket prevail upon reigning champs MI.
  • The youthful weapons of KKR created noteworthy exhibitions as the group proceeded with its triumphant binge in the UAE leg of the competition. 
  • RCB’s Harshal Patel keeps on driving the table of most noteworthy wicket-takers with 17 scalps in 8 matches and holds the Purple Cap.

On Thursday, the Kolkata Knight Riders took a gigantic jump on the focuses table in the wake of enrolling an agreeable 7-wicket prevail upon reigning champs Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 match no 34 in Abu Dhabi. 

The Eoin Morgan-drove side crushed Rohit Sharma and Co by 8 wickets to catch the fourth spot with eight focuses and a positive net run pace of +0.363. 

The youthful weapons of KKR created noteworthy exhibitions as the group proceeded with its triumphant binge in the UAE leg of the competition. Pacer Prasidh Krishna enlisted the figures of 2/43 while Venkatesh Iyer indented up his lady IPL fifty, scoring 53 off only 30 balls. 

Rahul Tripathi played a promising thump of 74 not out as the Knight Riders completed the pursuit of 156 with 29 balls to save. 

After the loss, MI has slipped to 6th situation with a negative net run pace of – 0.310. Rajasthan Royals are in front of them at the fifth spot. 

Orange Cap 

On Wednesday, Delhi Capitals opener Shikhar Dhawan recaptured his IPL 2021 Orange Cap from KL Rahul following his thump of 42 runs in 37 balls against SRH. The left-hander now has 422 runs in 9 games. 

Rahul is set second with 380 runs, trailed by his partner Mayank Agarwal at third spot with 327 runs. CSK’s Faf du Plessis is next in the rundown with 320 races, surprisingly. Prithvi Shaw kept his fifth spot unblemished with 319 runs in 9 games. 

Purple Cap

RCB’s Harshal Patel keeps on driving the table of most noteworthy wicket-takers with 17 scalps in 8 matches and holds the Purple Cap. DC’s Avesh Khan, who returned wicketless against SRH, is put second in front of Rajasthan Royals’ Chris Morris on normal, with the two pacers having 14 wickets each. 

Punjab pacer Arshdeep Singh is fourth with 12 wickets in 7 matches. SRH spinner Rashid Khan took his count to 11 wickets in 8 games and stands firm on the fifth situation.

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