For the first time in the history of IPL, there were three Super Overs. Kings XI Punjab defeated the mighty Mumbai Indians in the second Super Over in the match.
Earlier on Sunday Kolkata Knight Riders defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad in the first Super Over. People were confused after the first Super Over ended in a tie.
Jasprit Bumrah dismissed both KL Rahul and Nicholas Pooran and restricted Kings XI Punjab to just 5 runs.
However, after this Mohammed Shami returned another Yorker in the match. Quinton de Kock got run out when the team just needed 2 runs from the final over.
This resulted in the match slipping into the second Super Over.
Two Super Overs Rules
According to the rules of IPL if there is a second Super Over then it shall start within five minutes.
The team that was batting second in the first Super Over shall bat first in the second Super Over. The balls remain the same in the second Super Over as in the first one.
The fielding side takes up bowling from the opposite end in the second Super Over. A batsman who was dismissed in the previous over will not be eligible for playing in the next Super Over.
Similarly, the bowler who bowled in the previous over shall not get a chance to bowl in the next over as well.
Other than this the all the rules of the previous Super Over are followed in the current Super Over.
Mayank Agarwal played an integral role in Kings XI Punjab’s victory in the second over. He restricted Mumbai Indians to just 11 runs in the match.
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