Arshdeep Singh breaks stumps worth 20 lakhs and spends 31 runs in Arjan Tendulkar’s costly over.

The Indian Premier League is at its peak at this point every day, we are getting thrilling one-to-one matches, and it seems in every match it appears that this team will win, but in the end, the other team wins. In the same Indian Premier League yesterday, the match was played between Mumbai Indians and Punjab, in which Punjab set a big target of 215 runs in front of Mumbai Indians. Still, when Mumbai Indians started chasing this target, Mumbai Indians batters made a rapid start. Rohit Sharma and Suryakumar Yadav completed their half-century, and with that, Team David hit a long six of 114 meters.


There was a lot of excitement in this match, Arshdeep Singh broke two stumps in the last over of the innings, whose cost is said to be around 20 lakh rupees, and in this, Sachin Tendulkar’s son, Arjun Tendulkar, threw the most expensive over, 31 runs in his one over. Lage and Suryakumar Yadav, a 360-degree player, were silent for so many days, and his bat was quiet. Still, yesterday in front of Punjab, Suryakumar Yadav returned to his form, scoring his half-century and hitting shots that suited him.


In the first match and got disappointed in the second matcha’s son Arjun Tendulkar was thrashed in the third over.


Arjun Tendulkar’s most expensive over proved to be and when Arjun Tendulkar brought them over in front of Harpreet Singh, Harpreet Singh took his news very well and put 31 runs in his over and with this, Arjun Tendulkar took his three by giving 48 runs. When Kings XI Punjab started their innings while playing first, the Punjab team faltered in the first few overs, but in the last overs, there was a lot of batting, due to which Kings XI Punjab Score 215 runs is a massive score in IPL.


In the initial ten overs, it seemed that Mumbai Indians would win this match easily. Still, after that, the wickets of Mumbai Indians fell when Suryakumar Yadav and Team David were out, but then in the last over, Mumbai Indians needed 15 runs to win. But Arshdeep Singh stood like a wall in front, and he also broke two stumps in two consecutive balls, took two wickets in the entire over, and gave only one run. Arshdeep Singh bowled very well for Kings XI Punjab, due to which The board also suffered as he broke the stumps worth Rs 20 lakh and the back of the Mumbai Indians team. Arshdeep Singh bowled brilliantly and won the match for Kings XI Punjab.


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