IPL 2021: Full list of entries at the top by Ishan Kishan, Suryakumar Yadav as Mumbai Indians go undrafted by posting 235/9 | Cricket

In what turned into a final match in IPL 2021, the Mumbai Indians bowed in style, posting a mammoth 235/9 against Sunrisers in Match 55 in Abu Dhabi on Friday. MI needed a miracle to get him to the Playoffs, requiring SRH to be beaten by a margin of 171 runs or more, and the way they were batting, it looked like MI would be able to pull off a 2014 replay to away, where they beat all odds. to make it to the Playoffs. However, it was a huge mountain for MI to climb, and despite a win of 42 runs, their campaign ended.

That said, with MI posting a huge total, on the back of 84 Ishan Kishan and 82 by Suryakumar Yadav, the five-time champions shattered a couple of records.

MI’s highest IPL total: 235/9 MI is their highest ever IPL total. Earlier, the highest number of runs they had set was 223/6 against Punjab Kings (formerly Kings XI Punjab) back in 2017. This is also the highest total posted by any team against SRH.

Highest total in UAE: MI’s highest ever IPL total was the highest ever in the UAE, trailing 228/7 posted by Delhi Capitals against Kolkata Knight Riders last year. In 2014, half of the IPL was played in the UAE, while in 2020, the entire IPL took place in the UAE. A pretty impressive record to have.

Fastest half-century IPL 2021: Ishan raced to a 16-ball half-century, the fastest in IPL 2021. Before Ishan, as many as four players had scored fifty-seven of 17 balls, including Kieron Pollard against Chennai Super Kings in the Indian leg. Hardik Pandya had scored fifty of 17 balls against KKR in 2019, while Ishan once made himself back in 2918. Not only was it the IPL fastest fifty this year, but it was the fastest ever for MI. Fifty Ishan was also the joint third fastest in the IPL

MI’s second best powerplay rating: MI raced to 83/1 at the end of the Powerplay, their second-best ever, falling just one run short of what could have been their highest fellow. Back in IPL 2018, MI had rallied to 84 in the first six overs against the Delhi Capitals.

Top joint at the 10-over mark: After reaching 83/1 in the Powerplay, MI continued to hit them big. By the end of the first half of the innings, MI had posted 131/3, the highest joint total at the 10-over mark, matching K / IP’s 131/3 against SRH.

Best show Suryakumar: Suryakumar’s beat of 82 is his highest in the IPL, passing the unbeaten 79 he struck last year.

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