Check out photos from Match 41 of IPL 2020 between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians.
Chris Gayle hit the first ball bowled by Trent Boult for a six before Mayank Agarwal cracked successive fours as KXIP notched up an incredible win to keep their IPL play-off hopes alive.
Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma also said that clinical performance in all departments helped the team beat Kolkata Knight Riders on Friday.
IPL 2020: De Kock's 44-ball 78, Hardik Pandya's cameo headline MI's fifth straight win as they ease past KKR
De Kock, who struck nine fours and three sixes and skipper Rohit Sharma (35 off 36 balls), laid the foundation for the emphatic win with their 94-run first-wicket stand.
Rohit also played his 150th game for Mumbai Indians and he said that the support of his team-mates in this journey was instrumental.
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Chasing 163, MI overhauled the target with two balls to spare and claimed the top spot in the points table with five wins from seven matches so far.
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Check out photos from Match 20 of IPL 2020 between Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals.
Rajasthan Royals may need to rejig their Indian line-up slightly when they try to pull their IPL campaign out of the current rot against a supremely confident Mumbai Indians on Tuesday.
IPL 2020: Quinton de Kock finds form, bowlers impress as Mumbai Indians beat Sunrisers Hyderabad to move to top
Quinton de Kock was back amongst the runs with a sizzling 39-ball 67 before the bowlers did a commendable job in batsmen friendly Sharjah to power Mumbai Indians to a clinical 34-run win over Sunrisers Hyderabad
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Here's the full IPL 2020 schedule of Mumbai Indians
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Kites captain Quinton de Kock has pulled out of the inaugural 3TeamCricket (3TC) Solidarity Cup, which will mark the resumption of live cricket in the country on Saturday.
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Named as the Solidarity Cup, the tournament will be in a 3TC format which will comprise 24 popular cricketers from South Africa.
Quinton de Kock had replaced Faf du Plessis as ODI skipper in January this year with South Africa's director of cricket Graeme Smith announcing in April that De Kock would not be elevated to Test captaincy.
The 27-year-old also bagged the Test cricketer of the year while young opener Laura Wolvaardt took home the women's cricketer of the year and ODI cricketer of the year awards.
AB de Villiers, Quinton de Kock and Kagiso Rabada will lead three teams of eight batting for a total of 12 overs, six per innings, during which time they will face both opponents.
According to Cricket South Africa, the players will train in small monitored groups with identified coaches from their nearest franchise teams.
According to a CSA statement, the three teams will compete for the inaugural Solidarity Cup. It will be the first live sporting event organised in the country since the coronavirus-forced lockdown in March.