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Unwanted IPL Record For The Hitman Amid Criticism Of Hardik Pandya

Mumbai Indians suffered their third defeat in IPL 2024 against Rajasthan Royals, resulting in a low score of 125/9. Captain Hardik Pandya's aggressive 34 and Tilak Varma's 32 were notable, while Rohit Sharma registered his 17th duck.

Edited By : Aniket Raj | Updated: Apr 2, 2024 12:10 IST
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On Monday night, Mumbai Indians faced their third loss of IPL 2024, keeping them firmly at the bottom of the standings. Their match against Rajasthan Royals at the Wankhede Stadium saw a significant batting collapse, resulting in a low total of 125/9. Captain Hardik Pandya’s aggressive innings of 34 runs off 21 balls and Tilak Varma’s composed 32 off 29 balls were the main contributors to their total score.

MI’s top-order struggled against the opening bowling partnership of Trent Boult and Nandre Burger, with three batters being dismissed for golden ducks. Former MI captain Rohit Sharma was one of those who failed to score, getting caught behind in the opening over after RR chose to field first.

Rohit’s duck in this match marked the 17th time he has recorded a duck in his IPL career, tying him with Dinesh Karthik of Royal Challengers Bangalore for the most ducks in the history of the competition.

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Piyush Chawla, Mandeep Singh, Glenn Maxwell, and Sunil Narine are tied for second place on this list, each having registered 15 ducks in their IPL careers.

Manish Pandey, Rashid Khan, and Ambati Rayudu share the third position with 14 ducks each, while Harbhajan Singh, Parthiv Patel, and Ajinkya Rahane are tied for fourth place with 13 ducks each. Gautam Gambhir rounds out the top five with 12 ducks to his name.

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First published on: Apr 02, 2024 11:16 AM IST

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