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One ball blew the wicket of 3 batsmen. One ball wrote the script for Mumbai’s defeat and Kolkata’s victory. The match played between Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders (MI vs KKR) on the evening of 9 May was a perfect example of the impact of that one ball.
Those who want to know that cricket (cricket) The answer to what can happen on ‘one ball’ in Mumbai and Kolkata on the evening of 9th May (MI vs KKR) The match played between One ball put Mumbai in trouble. One ball blew the wicket of 3 batsmen. And, one ball led to the defeat of Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders. (Kolkata Knight Riders) Wrote the script of victory. Although, we cannot say this with any claim, but it is absolutely necessary that that one ball thrown by the bowler did the work of turning the tide of the match. Now your mind must be spinning. You must have been thinking. After all how? How can 3 batsmen get out in one ball? And, how can a ball script the outcome of a match?
So sir here one ball does not mean just one ball. Rather it is from that one delivery of the bowler, using which he pushed the car of Mumbai Indians on the path of defeat. Now you will ask what is that delivery then? So that delivery is a short ball. Yes, only the name of this ball is short, its effect is very big.
Mumbai’s 3 wickets fell on ‘one ball’
Now just remember that over of Pat Cummins. The one who was the 15th over of Mumbai’s innings and who changed the course of the match in the true sense. Cummins used the short ball in this over to settle 3 batsmen of Mumbai Indians, which included the big wicket of Ishan Kishan. Or rather, it was the wicket that became the turning point.
Commiss’s ‘short ball’ showed effect
Pat Cummins took the wicket of Ishan Kishan on the first ball of that over. This ball of the Australian pacer was a bouncer, on which Ishan’s catch was caught by Rinku Singh. After this there was peace on the next two balls. But on the fourth ball, Cummins again bowled short. Daniel Sams was dodged on that ball that fell at a speed of 141kmph and was caught by the wicketkeeper. After this, the last ball of Cummins’s over was also short, on which Murugan Ashwin was caught by Varun Chakraborty in the third man area.
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