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Wankhede Stadium’s three highest run chases

The Mumbai Indians (MI) defeated the Rajasthan Royals (RR) by six wickets in an exciting last-over finish on Sunday, April 30 at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. In the IPL focuses table, MI are in seventh spot while RR are second.

At the point when RR batted first, they amassed a faltering 212/7 in their 20 overs. Yashasvi Jaiswal smashed a magnificent century for the visitors, scoring 124 runs off 62 balls. MI’s picks among the bowlers were Arshad Khan (3-0-39-3) and Piyush Chawla (4-0-34-2).

Accordingly, MI lost Rohit Sharma in the second over before the group’s fortunes were balanced out by Ishan Kishan and Cameron Green. MI got close to the target thanks to Suryakumar Yadav’s excellent half-century (55 runs off 29 balls). Tim David hit three sixes in a row off the first three deliveries of the final over to help his team win the game (45* runs off 14 balls). On that note, we should investigate the three most elevated run pursues at the Wankhede Arena in Mumbai.

1) RR vs MI, 2023

Pursuing an overwhelming all out of 213 at the Wankhede Arena, MI required 17 runs off the last done with Tim David and Tilak Varma at the wrinkle. Tim David secured the victory for his team by hitting three sixes in succession while Jason Holder bowled the final over.

The first six was a low, wide full toss that was forced over long off, and the two subsequent sixes were slogs over deep, mid-wicket to win the game.

2) PBKS vs DC, 2021

Shikhar Dhawan led DC’s charge to a formidable total of 196 at the Wankhede Stadium (92 runs off 49 balls). Gabbar’ appeared well-placed to score a hundred.

Dhawan was all around upheld by Prithvi Shaw (32 runs off 17 balls) and Marcus Stoinis (27* runs off 13 balls). With only ten balls remaining and six wickets, DC reached the goal.

3) GT v SRH, 2022

Wriddhiman Saha, chasing 196 at the Wankhede Stadium with 68 runs off 38 balls and an excellent half-century, provided GT with a solid foundation. However, in the middle overs, GT lost their way.

Rahul Tewatia (40* runs off 21 balls) and Rashid Khan (31* runs off 11 balls) came out on top in the end. However, with 21 required off the final over, the game was one of extreme drama. When GT needed three runs to win, Rashid Khan hit four sixes off Marco Jansen’s final over, including one off the final ball.

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