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Rohit Sharma Fined of rs 12 lakh

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Delhi Capitals won the second match of IPL 2022 by 4 wickets against Mumbai Indians at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai. Ishan Kishan was at his best as he crushed the Delhi Capitals bowlers generally around the ground as he scored an unbeaten 81 from 48 balls. Ishan’s terrific innings was studded with 11 boundaries and a six as he batted with a strike rate  of 168.75. Mumbai Indians finished with 177/5 appeared to give a target for the Delhi Capitals.

Delhi Capitals emerged with a positive goal as Tim Seifert dismantled the Mumbai Indians bowling. Nonetheless, his visit at the crease was stopped by Murugan Ashwin who took two wickets in one over to slow down Delhi Capitals. From that point forward, Rishabh Pant additionally couldn’t have an effect as he got out for only one run following which the group examined a wide difficult situation.

The Delhi group couldn’t get moving which brought about the run rate going higher. Mumbai Indians pacer Basil Thampi additionally took two wickets in an over as he sent Prithvi Shaw and Rovman Powell back to the dugout . Shardul Thakur’s stunning cameo of 22 from 11 balls additionally finished by Thampi to help his side register an agreeable success.

Nonetheless, Axar Patel and Lalit Yadav’s partnership urned the match on its head as the two crushed the Mumbai bowlers to all aspects of the ground. 

From being 72/5 to dominating the match simply shows how well the down the order accomplished for the Delhi group. Lalit Yadav scored 48 from 38 balls and Axar Patel scored 38 from 17 balls ensuring that their group began the season with a success.

Kuldeep Yadav had been awarded as the Man of the Match  as he took 3 wickets for 18 runs in his four overs quota.

The Mumbai Indians have been fined after they kept a delayed over-rate during their TATA Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 match against Delhi Capitals at the Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai on March 27.

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As it was the group’s first offence of the period under the IPL’s Code of Conduct connecting with slow over-rate offences, Mumbai Indians commander Rohit Sharma was fined Rs 12 lakhs.

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