Match Details

LSG vs MI 63rd Match, IPL 2023

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Lucknow Super Giants won by 5 runs 🏆
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C Green Logo
C Green Jersy
4s: 0
6s: 0
T David Logo
T David Jersy



T David
4s: 1
6s: 3
M Khan Logo
M Khan Jersy



M Khan

Econ: 8.67
18th Over:
= 9
Last Over:
= 19
This Over:
= 5
MIMI - 2nd Innings
6 Over 4858
10 Over 9092
15 Over 132125
LSGLSG - 1st Innings
6 Over 4735
10 Over 6568
15 Over 108108
20 Over 162177


Inn 1
Inn 2
That's it from another exciting nail biting fixture in the Indian Premier League. Ninaad Dixit here signing off on behalf of my co-commentators Ayan Chatterjee, Hitesh Peddurwar and scorer Paras Yadav. Thank you for joining us and stay tuned for more cricketing action from around the world.
Marcus Stoinis (Player of the Match): "Yes, great moment for Mohsin. Injured for a year and for him to come out there and defend a total like that was great. I don't know, it was close. They batted well and we bowled ok and just about won in the end. I think we have shown that we are a team and no superstars here. Different people are stepping up here. Mohsin was great. KL is not here and KP is doing a great job as captain. GG and Andy have great brains to say the least. I hang around with Andy a lot. So, great to be part of this team and we are a family."   
Marcus Stoinis is the player of the match!
Krunal Pandya (LSG Captain): "I was having cramps and I felt like I pulled my muscle. I have always been a team player and really really happy with the result as well.

Mohsin is someone who has a really really big heart and when you have a big heart in this sport, you go long way and that is what Mohsin is all about. Really really happy for him. He has not played any cricket for last one year. He went through a very serious surgery. And then to straightaway play the IPL at such a high pressure situation. That shows how strong mentally he is.

It has not been easy for us though we have played some good cricket but yeah. Really happy to end on a good note here. Fans have always come out and supported us here. Good to give them a win finally at the last game of the tournament."
Active Catch of the Match: Nicholas Pooran
Longest Six Hit in the Match: Rohit Sharma(92 m)
Most Fours Hit in the Match: Ishan Kishan(8 Fours).
Most Valuable Asset of the Match: Marcus Stoinis
Game Changer of the Match: Marcus Stoinis
Electric Striker of the Match: Marcus Stoinis
23:52 IST| Time for the post match presentation ceremony...
Mohsin Khan (Lucknow Super Giants): "Sir, nothing much. The aim is to execute what I was practising and I backed my strengths and did that. Told the captain the same. The run up was same but it looked shorter. I was calming myself and keeping it simple. Always thought of bowling good balls. I was thinking about bowling slower balls. Then I thought they were ready and so I mixed it up. Playing after one year. Recovered from injury. Plus thought about my dad as he is in hospital for 10 days. I am thinking about him a lot. Hope he is happy with my performance. Plus, thanks to the team for believing in me to deliver under pressure."   
Rohit Sharma(Mumbai Indians Captain): " We just lost the game, that's all I wanna say. We didn't win the little moments in the game. In the end, it's unfortunate, we need to keep our heads high. We assessed the pitch really well, it was a really good pitch. It wasn't the pitch we saw in the other games. It was a good batting pitch. I mean in hindsight if you look at it, in the end, we gave more runs. In the last few overs, we lost our way. It was a chasable total but in the 2nd half, we lost the game.

Yeah, Marcus played really well. He played according to his strengths and kept hitting the ground. I don't know how the calculations work but we need to play the next game well and win it."
11:34 PM IST: It took more than four hours of toiling hard on the field but the Lucknow Super Giants have kept their 100% win ratio against the Mumbai Indians with a thriller 5 run win in the final over of the match. A terrific knock of 89* from Marcus Stoinis backed by the skipper's struggling 49 had pushed LSG to 177/3 at the halfway stage of the match.

The chase started on a very bright note as the openers Rohit Sharma (37) and Ishan Kishan (59) provided a fiery start adding 90 runs in 9.4 overs. Ravi Bishnoi then chipped twice sending both the set batters back. Suryakumar Yadav was sent back by Yash Thakur as the former tried to go for an innovative stroke.

Nehal Wadhera tried to stay at one end scoring 16 in 20 balls but was dismissed by Mohsin Khan as the pressure was mounting of the high required rate. Impact player Vishnu Vinod failed to play an impactful role as he played in the previous outing and was Thakur's second scalp.

Tim David kept MI in the hunt with an unbeaten 32 in 19 balls with 3 sixes but Cameron Green batting at number 7, a surprising decision to send him so late couldn't get the ball on the middle of his bat and couldn't take MI home as the Australian duo failed to nail down 11 runs in the final over bowled by Mohsin Khan despite an fielder inside the circle due to the extra time.

Ravi Bishnoi was the star with the ball finishing with 2/26 and provided the major breakthroughs. Thakur ended with 2/40. Mohsin (1/26 in 3) kept his calm and delivered in the final over. Krunal Pandya struggling with an injury bowled a tidy spell of 0/27. Naveen-ul-Haq was also not fully fit having some cramps and finished wicketless conceding 37 in 4.

Stay tuned for the post match festivities.
Mumbai Indians
Tim David
Cameron Green
Mohsin Khan
Umpire's review for a run-out. The batter has just made it in. NOT OUT is the call and LSG wins this game by 5 runs. 
19.6 M Khan to T David
2 Mohsin Khan wins it for LSG with a superb final over!! Half volley on the leg stump. David hits it into the ground to deep square leg. Mohsin sprints across to the other end with his hand up in rejoice! There is a referral for run out at the striker's end as Pooran sends out a direct hit.
Hitesh: The strategy of sending Cameron Green down the order doesn't make any sense.😥 This decision has backfired on Mumbai Indians today.
19.5 M Khan to C Green
1 144.1 kph. Another yorker around the off stump. Green gets on the front foot and mistimes trying to hit this hard. Spoons this to the left of cover for just a single.