Mumbai lost to Rajasthan on Monday

The match has just started. The Mumbai Indians are losing two wickets. At that time, it was seen that they had used impact players. The use of an impact player in the second over of a match has never been seen before. Hardik Pandya’s decision is also questionable. Rajasthan Royals’ match was against Mumbai Indians on Monday. Trent Boult dismissed Rohit Sharma on the fifth ball of the first over in that match.

Naman Dhir was dismissed at number three on the next ball. After that, Dewald Brevis was dropped as an impact player in Naman’s place, much to everyone’s surprise. Such a change of cricketers has not been seen before in the second over of the match. But Hardik’s decision did not work. The Braves were out for a scoreless run. Rohit, Naman, and Brevis came up with wickets from the first ball.

Opener Ishan Kishan also could not stay at the crease for long. He got out after scoring 16 runs. With four wickets for 20 runs, Mumbai is in a bad situation. Captain Hardik and Tilak Verma saved the team from there. They made a pair of 56 runs. After Hardik and Tilak got out, the runs didn’t come like that. Mumbai scored 125 runs in 20 overs. The Rajasthan Royals picked up the winning run with 27 balls to spare. Ryan Parag scored 54 runs off 39 balls to win the game.

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