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Now I’m done! Madhwal’s successful fight for Mumbai by taking 5 wickets, Pathya is next to Pant; Read it now

What a bowler, what an over and what a wicket… Every cricket lover who watched Akash Madhwal’s brilliant bowling in the IPL 2023 eliminator match might be saying the same. Lucknow Super Giants Vs. Mumbai Indians face each other at the Chepauk Stadium in Chennai on Wednesday (May 24). In this match, Akash created a special record by taking the most wickets while conceding few runs. Also, Mumbai won the match by as many as 81 runs. Due to this, Mumbai directly entered the Qualifier 2 match. The hero of this victory was 29-year-old Akash Madhwal. He was honored with the man of the match award.

Batting first in this match, Mumbai Indians scored 182 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in the allotted 20 overs. Cameron Green contributed the most in this. He played an innings of 41 runs. He shared a 38-ball 66-run partnership with Suryakumar Yadav (33) for the third wicket. Chasing this challenge, Lucknow’s innings collapsed like a house of cards at 101 runs in 16.3 overs.

Brilliant bowling by Akash Madhwal
Chasing Mumbai’s 182 runs, Lucknow got off to a very poor start. They lost the wickets of Kyle Meyers and Prerak Mankad within 4 overs. Akash dismissed Mankad in his first over. He did this by spending 2 runs in this over. Akash then came to bowl in the 10th over of the innings to bowl his second over. He took the wicket of Ayush Badoni on the fourth ball this time. Then on the very next ball, the explosive batsman Nicholas Pooran was shown the way to the tent on a zero. He took 2 big wickets in 2 balls and broke the back of Lucknow’s batting order. Badoni was dismissed in a triple, while Pooran was caught behind the wicket. In this over he took 2 wickets at the expense of 1 run. Akash’s 3 wickets were completed this time.

Akash then completed his fourth wicket by getting Ravi Bishnoi caught by Chris Jordan on the third ball of his third and 15th over of the innings. He spent 2 runs in this over. Akash then came in to bowl the 17th over of the innings and his fourth over. This time, Lucknow scored 100 runs after 16 overs. This time Akash bowled the first ball to Naveen Ul Haq. That ball was no run. Naveen then took a run off the second ball and Mohsin Khan came on strike.

Akash bowled the third ball while Mohsin was on strike and sent him into the tent for a triple. Akash completed his 5 wickets with this. Akash bowled 3.3 overs in this match and took 5 wickets at the expense of only 5 runs. He became the third highest bowler in IPL history. Before that, Alzari Joseph had taken 6 wickets for Mumbai for 12 runs. Also, second placed Sohail Tanveer took 6 wickets for 14 runs.

Interestingly, Akash had taken 4 wickets at the expense of 37 runs against Sunrisers Hyderabad in the previous match.

Who is Akash Madhwal?
Akash Madhwal is a resident of Roodki, Uttarakhand. He plays domestic cricket for Uttarakhand. He studied engineering, but he loves cricket. He has a close relationship with Rishabh Pant. In fact, both are neighbors. Madhwal, who lives in Dhandera, Roodkee, lives opposite the house of wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant. Not only this, but the coaches of Pant and Akash have also remained the same. Akash has taken cricket lessons under the coaching of Avtar Singh. Avtar Singh has also trained Pant. (ipl 2023 cricketer akash madhwal turned the match by taking back to back wickets know what is the connection with rishabh pant read here)

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