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The biggest record in IPL history made in MI vs LSG match, this happened for the first time in 17 years


IPL Records: Fans are enjoying the thrill of the 17th season of IPL to the fullest. This time too in the current season, batsmen dominated in most of the matches. For this reason, many old records were destroyed and new records were created in IPL 2024. In the 67th league match being played between Mumbai Indians and Lucknow Super Giants in the tournament, the total was above 200 for the 38th time this season.

New record set in IPL 2024

The maximum number of totals above 200 in a season of IPL has been made in the 17th season. Earlier in 2023, total above 200 was made by teams 37 times. At the same time, in the 15th season the score was above 200 a total of 18 times.

This figure reached 15 in IPL 2018. At the same time, in IPL 2020, teams were successful in scoring above 200 13 times and Mumbai Indians won the title in that season.

Nicholas Pooran thrashed Mumbai Indians bowlers

Talking about the 67th match of IPL 2024, Hardik Pandya had won the toss and decided to bowl first. Batting first, Lucknow scored 214/6. Captain KL Rahul and Nicholas Puran played half-century innings for LSG. Rahul scored 55 runs in 41 balls. At the same time, Puran batted aggressively and took the Mumbai bowlers to task. He scored 75 runs in 29 balls. His innings included 5 fours and 8 sixes.

Piyush Chawal was the most successful bowler from Mumbai. He took 3 wickets for 29 runs in his 4 over spell.

It is noteworthy that Lucknow Super Giants and Mumbai Indians are already out of the race for the playoffs. However, both the teams will now be looking to end their journey on a winning note by winning their final league match. Now it will be interesting to see who wins in this between the forces of KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya.

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