MI Emirates vs ADKR Highlights: Exciting action unfolded in today’s match between MI Emirates and the the Abu Dhabi Knight Riders. After reviewing the pitch and ground conditions, team captain Nicholas Pooran decided to field first after MI Emirates won the toss at 2:00 PM. The Abu Dhabi Cricket Ground hosted the match, which began at 2:30 PM.
MI Emirates vs ADKR Highlights
|ADKR vs MI Emirates
|Player of The Match
|Top Scorer of the match
|Top Wicket taker of the Match
|MI Emirates Points
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ADKR took over the batting duties in the first innings. Joe Calrk and Michael Pepper got things rolling with 33 runs in four overs, which is fantastic. By bowling Joe Clark out, Fazalhaq Farooqi ended the opening partnership of the innings. For Joe Clark, it was 21 runs. The match-winning partnership of 50 runs was bowled by Alishan Ashrafu and Michael Pepper. Alishan Ashrafu scored 37 runs from 25 balls, while Pepper scored 38 runs from 28 balls. Impressive as ever, Sam Hain scored 40 runs, five of which were fours. In addition, Andre Russel scored 46 runs. After 20 overs, the Abu Dhabi Knight Riders set MI Emirates a difficult aim of 189. The star bowler, Fazalhaq Farooqi, took three wickets in four overs, with Trent Boult and Salamkheil each taking one.
Only in the second innings did the MI Emirates display any real power. In just 9.5 overs, Kusal Pareera and Muhammad Waseem put up 110 runs. Observing this was just astonishing. With 54 runs, Kusal Perera After Kusal Perera was bowled out, Nicholas Pooran and Waseem formed a superb partnership. With 33 runs scored off of 19 balls, including three fours and two sixes, Ali Khan bowled Nicholas out. Muhmmad Wasemm played a masterful 89 runs off of sixty-two balls. He managed to hit eight fours and three sixes. MIE Emiraes achieved 8 wickets in the course of 19 overs.
Man of the Match and Awards (MI Emirates vs ADKR Highlights)
Muhammad Waseem was the player of the match for his impressive batting. He scored 89 runs in 62 balls. He smashed 8 fours and 3 sixs. Andre Russel’s Six was called the biggest six of the match, and he got a prize of 1500 dollars.