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[Watch Video] First SUPER OVER VIVO IPL 2017 GL vs MI: Highlights, Match Report, Scorecard of One-over Eliminator Jasprit Bumrah Shines

It's is match 35th of VIVO IPL 2017, where Jasprit Bumrah again proved himself as the best finishing bowler in not only IPL 2017 but also in all overall T20 Games in Cricket. It's the First Super Over of VIVO IPL 2017, where Jasprit Bumrah Shines and helps Mumbai Indians in Clinch Thrilling win over Gujarat Lions at Saurashtra Cricket Assocation Stadium, Rajkot (GL's home ground) on April 29, 2017. You can Watch IPL 2017 1st Super Over Video in below content with Match Report, Quick Stats & One-over eliminator Highlights. It's the match between Gujarat Lions v Mumbai Indians, the Match tied and as the result Mumbai Indians won the one-over eliminator after chasing down of 154 runs score in 20 overs.

Brief Scores: 

Gujarat Lions: 153-9 (Ishan Kishan 48, Ravindra Jadeja 28, Krunal Pandya 3-14, Jasprit Bumrah 2-32) tied with Mumbai Indians: 153 (Parthiv Patel 70, Krunal Pandya 29, Basil Thampi 3-29, James Faulkner 2-34).

IPL 2017 1st Super Over Details:

Mumbai Indians: 11 in 0.5 Over

Batsmen: Buttler 1, Pollard 10, Rohit (0*)

Bowler: Faulkner

Gujarat Lions: 6 for 0 (Extras NB 1, Wd 1, LB 1, B 1)

Batsmen: Finch 1*, McCullum 1*

Bowler: Bumrah

Result: Mumbai Indians won the Super Over.

Man of the Match: Krunal Pandya

Match Report : M35 - GL vs MI

The Gujarat Lions and Mumbai Indians produced the first Super Over of VIVO IPL 2017 when both teams finished with an identical number of runs – 153 – at the end of the 40 overs of the regular contest. But in the one-over-per-side bash that followed – to decide which team would walk away with the two points from the match – the Mumbai Indians prevailed. Batting first in the Super Over, MI lost their two wickets for 11 runs – with one ball of the six allotted deliveries remaining to be bowled. Jasprit Bumrah started poorly when the Lions came out to chase 12, but he discovered his mojo and bowled five superb deliveries to outfox Aaron Finch and Brendon McCullum and restricted the home side to 6 runs. MI walked away with the two points from the match.

Needing to get 154 in the regular match, MI were cruising at one stage, before the batsmen committed hara-kiri and brought the hosts back into the match. Parthiv Patel dominated the Lions bowlers at the start and raced to his half-century in the eighth over; the left-hander carried on to make 70 before he became the second of James Faulkner’s victims in the fourteenth over. 

From 109-4 when Parthiv was dismissed – at which MI needed 45 from 37 balls – the visitors lost six wickets for 44 runs, to be bowled out for 153. MI needed 15 runs at the start of the nineteenth over, but Basil Thampi bowled a sensational over in which he dismissed Hardik Pandya and Harbhajan Singh and conceded only four runs. In the same over, Mitchell McClenaghan was run out too. MI needed 11 runs off the final over – which was bowled by Irfan Pathan, and the equation reduced to MI needing 5 off the final five deliveries after Krunal Pandya hit the first ball for a six. Brilliance on the field by Ravindra Jadeja – who scored two direct hits under pressure from difficult fielding positions, including one off the final delivery – meant MI fell short of their target by one run.

For the hosts, Thampi was the most-successful bowler, returning figures of 3-29. Faulkner struck twice in one over and derailed MI’s run-chase; the Australian, who should have had a third wicket if Thampi had held on to the catch offered by Kieron Pollard, finished with figures of 2-34. The leg-spinner Ankit Soni bowled a tidy spell too, conceding only 16 runs in his four overs while also accounting for the wicket of Nitish Rana.

In the evening, the Lions captain Suresh Raina won the toss and opted to bat first. The hosts lost Brendon McCullum in the second over, but that did not deter Ishan Kishan from going after the MI bowlers; the teenager collected a four and a six in the first two overs, before he got stuck into Mitchell McClenaghan, hitting the Kiwi pacer for 6,4,4 off the first three balls of the third over. The teenager welcomed Harbhajan Singh into the attack hitting him for two boundaries in the fourth over.

The Lions then lost Suresh Raina and Aaron Finch cheaply and that resulted in the brakes being applied on the scoring. In the ninth over, the Lions suffered another blow when Dinesh Karthik was deceived in the air to be stumped by Parthiv Patel. GL 56-4.

Ravindra Jadeja opened his account with a six, and he added 27 runs in the company of Kishan, who watched on as wickets fell at the other end. Kishan had raced to 36 from 19 balls at the end of the fourth over, but could only add a further 12 runs in the next seven overs. The teenager, deprived of strike, ran out of patience and attempted to hit Harbhajan Singh over the top, but only succeeded in miscuing it to Kieron Pollard. GL 83-5.

The hosts lost Jadeja (28 from 21 balls) and debutant Irfan Pathan in the next 5.5 overs – while also adding 27 runs, before Andrew Tye gave the innings some much-needed impetus at the backend. Tye, batting at nine, hit two fours and two sixes in his 12-ball 25, while birthday-boy James Faulkner contributed a useful 21 batting at seven.

The Lions ended their innings on a high, with Ankit Soni depositing the final ball of the innings into the stands at midwicket; the Lions had added 53 runs in the final five overs and finished at 153-9.

For MI, the wickets were shared by four bowlers. Krunal Pandya returned career-best figures of 3-14 – which included three middle-order wickets, while Jaspit Bumrah and Lasith Malinga picked up two wickets apiece. Harbhajan Singh was economical yet again, though he was only successful in picking up one wicket.


QUICK STATS : GL vs MI VIVO IPL 2017 Match number 35

33 Number of batsmen dismissed on duck by Lasith Malinga in the IPL – most by any bowler.

4 Number of run-outs in Mumbai Indians innings. This provided only the fourth instance of a side losing four wickets in this manner in the IPL. The record is five also for Mumbai Indians against Kings XI Punjab at Wankhede in 2008.

1 Jasprit Bumrah came out to bat for the first time in nine matches in this edition.

7 Number of times a match has ended in a tie and decided in the Super Over in the IPL. It was the first such instance for both Mumbai Indians and Gujarat Lions.



Rajasthan Royals (150/6) beat Kolkata Knight Riders (150/8) at Cape Town in 2009

Super Over (18-15)

Kings XI Punjab (136/8) beat Chennai Super Kings (136/7) at Chennai in 2010

Super Over (10-9)

Royal Challengers Bangalore (130/8) lost to Sunrisers Hyderabad (130/7) at Hyderabad in 2013

Super Over (20-15)

Delhi Daredevils (152/5) lost to Royal Challengers Bangalore (152/7) at Bangalore in 2013

Super Over (15-11)

Rajasthan Royals (152/5) beat Kolkata Knight Riders (152/8) at Abu Dhabi in 2014

on higher boundary count (after Super Over was also tied 11-11).

Kings XI Punjab (191/6) beat Kings XI Punjab (191/6) at Ahmedabad in 2015

Super Over (15-6)

Mumbai Indians (153) beat Gujarat Lions (153/9) at Rajkot in 2017

Super Over (11-6)

6 Runs coming off Jasprit Bumrah’s super-over – least in a super-over in the IPL. Interestingly only two runs came off the bat in Bumrah’s over. Mitchell Johnson had conceded six runs for Kings XI Punjab against Kolkata Knight Riders in 2015. However, Johnson bowled only three legitimate balls in that over. The fewest runs conceded by a bowler in a complete super-over in the IPL are 11 on four occasions (by Ravi Rampaul, James Faulkner, Sunil Narine and James Faulkner).

3 Number of tied IPL matches James Faulkner has featured in - two of them have been on his birthday!

0 Number of players to score 25 runs and take 3 wickets in the same match in this edition of IPL before Krunal Pandya in this match.

First Super Over of VIVO IPL 2017 Commentary One-over Eliminator Highlights Scorecard with Videos

Faulkner to Buttler, 1 run, back of a length at off stump, he backs away and slaps this to sweeper cove
three men behind square on the off side. Sweeper has moved to deep extra cover

Faulkner to Pollard, FOUR, offcutter, wide outside off stump. He uses his reach to get to this, without feet, and lifts it off the outside half of the bat to deep extra's right
Faulkner to Pollard, SIX, not there. Not to Pollard. It's a length ball at middle stump. Once more, no feet, but the reach is enough. Brings out the arc and lifts it over long-on
Faulkner goes over the wicket

Faulkner to Pollard, OUT, and he holes out! Faulkner goes for the yorker and just about misses it. It's a low full toss at leg stumpp. Pollard clears the front leg and launches it towards long-on, but he gets it off the toe. It's lobbed for Finch who takes cleanly
KA Pollard c Finch b Faulkner
Rohit has come out, Buttler will take strike

Faulkner to Buttler, OUT, Mumbai don't play out their over. He goes full and swings it away from off stump, Buttler swipes across the line, and gets a top edge that goes high in the gully region. Ishan Kishan hangs under it for an eternity at backward point, then follows it and completes a diving catch low in front
JC Buttler c Ishan Kishan b Faulkner
Two dot balls for Mumbai, and one wasted ball. Will that be the difference? Faulkner is in coming down to the dugout...without pads on.

One-over eliminator - Mumbai Indians 11/2 - all out (0.5 overs)
It looks like Bumrah will bowl. And Finch is ready to come out. Expectedly, McCullum will partner him. Finch taking strike.

Bumrah to Finch, 1 no ball, the perfect yorker but he has overstepped! What a horrible time to do this. He follows Finch down the leg side, nails the yorker and beats him but he's given away a free hit
Bumrah to Finch, 1 leg bye, another perfect yorker. This time Finch is inside the line and tries to ramp it over short fine. Gets no bat, cops it on the pad, and takes the run
Bumrah to McCullum, 1 wide, Mccullum walks across the stumps, then shimmies back into his stance and has done enough to get Bumrah to wire a high, slower ball, full and wide of the marker outside off
Bumrah to McCullum, no run, oh whata ball. A slower ball again, dips on McCullum quickly and slides through from under his attempted heave, just missing off stump
Bumrah to McCullum, 1 bye, and another. Another slower ball dips under McCullum's bat outside off...but Patel fumbles and gives away a bye
Bumrah to Finch, no run, superb. Superb. This is a fast yorker, full and just outside off. Finch backs away to try and bludgeon this, and is completely beaten
Bumrah to Finch, 1 run, low full toss at off stump, Finch sways across the line and is beaten for pace. The bat turns in his hand and he can only bunt it to extra cover
Parthiv and Rohit are in the bowler's ear immediately. He looks calm. ....and Rohit comes in again before he bowls the last ball. It doesn't look like Bumrah is actually absorbing anything, to his credit

Bumrah to McCullum, 1 run, he's done it! Bowls another yorker at off stump, McCullum is deep in his crease in anticipation but that is too quick for him to get under. The front foot is out of the way, but the bat hasn't come down quickly enough. It's right off the bottom and straight at long-off
00.20 The first super over of the season, another pleasure to watch and bring to you. We'll be back in less than 15 hours for another double-header. See you then.

12.08am Splendid execution. Under a lot of pressure, a lot of frustration after a free-hit, but Bumrah never looked flustered. Mumbai were bailed out by Krunal and Bumrah. Lions fought, fought and scrapped their way in the latter half of their chase. A lot of frustration that Raina bowled four overs for 28 runs, but those overs slowed down the momentum, gave Mumbai the illusion of control with the game drifting along and then they were clutch in the last few overs through Faulkner and Thampi.

Krunal Pandya is the Man of the Match: "I feel I'm an allrounder, to contribute with bat, ball and in the field. The wicket wasn't easy, that you go in and hit big shots straightaway. About making sure we bat till the 20th over. When it was 2 ball, 2 runs, I tried for a big shot, but I had a chat with Malinga that I'll not go for a big shot."

Rohit Sharma, on his birthday: A good birthday present. First time part of the Super Over, something new for us. We got a good start, wicket was always going to get slower. Gujarat stuck to their plans and kept us guessing. Hats off to Krunal to be there, and finish, not finish the game, but hang around. We never had long partnerships going. Previous game doesn't matter too much. We never expected wicket to be so slow. Momentum plays a crucial part in this format. We've got great talent and about playing to our potential."

Raina: Yes, my heart is fine. Very exciting game. Bumrah bowled a very good over. With that reverse swing and accuracy, you can't do much. The wicket was pretty slow and we tried hard. We lost a couple of wickets up front but we bowled well. We came back really strongly, despite losing Tye. Honestly, we didn't put up a good score. All credit to the bowlers for bringing us back. I haven't seen Tye's injury yet."

One-over eliminator - Gujarat Lions 6/0 (1 over)

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