IPL 2020 KXIP beat MI HIGHLIGHTS: KXIP wins ‘Super-Over fest’ against MI to keep playoffs hopes alive

In Dream11 IPL 2020 Kings XI Punjab showed nerves of steel as they defeated defending champions Mumbai Indians in an edge-of-the-seat IPL game that was decided via a second Super Over for the first time in the history of the tournament in Dubai on Sunday.

Kieron Pollard helped MI score 11 for one in the second Super Over bowled by Chris Jordan after both the teams ended at the same score in the regulation 20 overs as well as in the first Super Over.

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Chris Gayle then 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.

This was after Jasprit Bumrah dismissed Nicholas Pooran and KL Rahul in the first Super Over to leave MI with a six-run target.

However, Mohammed Shami bowled an equally incredible over as KXIP defended the five runs to take the match to a second Super Over.

Earlier, Rahul smashed a scintillating 51-ball 77 to take KXIP on the brink of a successful chase but team-mates Deepak Hooda and Jordan could only level the scores at 176 for six in the stipulated 20 overs.

Bumrah (3/24) snared three crucial wickets during the regulation 20 overs after opener Quinton de Kock (53 off 43) hit his fourth half-century of the season to restrict KXIP.

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Opting to bat, MI were reduced to 43 for 3 but opener de Kock scored a 43-ball 53 and shared a 58-run stand with Krunal Pandya (34) to steady the ship.

Pollard (34 not out off 12) and Nathan Coulter-Nile (24 not out off 12) then provided the late flourish, adding 57 off 21 balls in the death overs as MI posted 176 for 6.

Chasing 177, Rahul, who currently holds the orange cap, blasted seven fours and three sixes in his knock to cross 500 runs this season and almost single-handedly take KXIP home.

He, along with Gayle (24), took KXIP to 75 for one in nine overs after losing Mayank Agarwal (11) early in the innings.

However, Gayle was sent packing by Rahul Chahar in the 10th over and then Bumrah returned to dismiss Nicholas Pooran (24 off 11) to leave Punjab at 108 for 3.

Rahul then pulled Chahar for a six to bring up yet another fifty but the leg-spinner made a good comeback one ball later, removing Glenn Maxwell at the other end as KXIP slipped to 115 for four in 14th over.

Rahul added another 38 with Deepak Hooda (23 not out) but he was done in by a yorker from Bumrah in the 18th over.

Needing 24 off 15 balls, Hooda and Chris Jordon (13) tied the match.

Earlier, de Kock hit three fours and as many sixes for his fourth fifty of the tournament to anchor the innings before Pollard and Coulter-Nile lifted MI past the 170-run mark.

The pace duo of Arshdeep Singh (2/35) and Mohammed Shami (2/30) provided the early breakthroughs, dismissing Rohit Sharma (9) and Suryakumar Yadav (0) respectively to reduce MI to 24 for two in 3.3 overs.

Ishan Kishan then became Arshdeep’s second victim when he was caught at deep third man as MI ended the powerplay at 43 for 3.

Promoted up the order, Krunal deposited Chris Jordon’s third ball over deep extra cover and then picked up a four off Glenn Maxwell in the next over.

With the spin duo of M Ashwin and Ravi Bishnoi bowling in tandem, MI picked up the odd boundaries but couldn’t completely free their arms to play the shots.

MI vs KXIP Live Updates

KXIP wins in second Super Over against MI to keep their playoffs hopes alive


Ball 3: Agarwal finds the boundary; KXIP need 1 from 3 balls


Ball 2: A fast bouncer from Boult as Gayle plays it for a single; need 5 from 4 balls


Ball 1: Gayle on strike and dispatches it for a maximum; Sixer!


Boult to defend for MI; Gayle and Agarwal walks out for KXIP


Ball 6: 2 runs from it. MI-11/1 ; KXIP needs 12 to win


Ball 5: Pollard nicks it behind; umpire gives out but Pollard takes review. DRS shows there was no contact as the decision is overturned


Ball 4: 1 run and Pandya run out; MI-9/1 


Yet another wide from Jordan; MI 8/0 after 3 balls


Ball 3: Pollard gets a half volley and sends it to the rope- boundary


Ball 2: Single from Hardik; 2 runs from 2 balls


Jordan balls a wide


Ball 1: Pollard takes a single

Second Super over begins

Pollard and Pandya comes out for MI; Jordan handed over the ball

Super Over tied

Twist in the tale! MI needed 2 from 1 but De Kock is run out while running the second.


MI need 2 from 1; Yet another single on the 5th ball


Ball 4: A much-needed dot ball; MI need 3 from 2

Ball 3: Another Single


2 singles in the first 2 balls; MI need 4 from 4


Rohit Sharma and De Kock comes out for MI; Shami handed over the responsibility of defending 5 runs and keeping KXIP’s playoffs hopes alive


KXIP-5/2 after 1 over; MI Need 6 to win


Pooran falls, KXIP-1/1 after 2 balls


KL Rahul and Pooran comes out to walk in Super over; Bumrah to bowl for MI

Match tied; Super Over

What a twist in the tale. KXIP needed 2 off 1 ball, Boult finds the slot as Jordan could not send it far as Jordan is run out while running the second. KXIP-176/6 after 20 overs

Game-changing over for KXIP

Hooda and Jordan collect two boundaries from the over as Nathan Coulter-Nile leaks 13 runs. Can KXIP get it done or will there be a twist in the tale? KXIP-168/5 after 19 overs; KXIP need 9 from 6 balls

Hooda dropped by Chahar

Chahar drops a routine catch. Hooda looks to pull but doesn’t connect well enough. It is straight at Chahar but he messes it up! He’s looked poor in the field and that possibly is the biggest mistake


KXIP-155/5 after 18 overs; need more 22 from 12 balls

Huge wicket for MI

KL Rahul falls for 77 after Bumrah castles his stump. Is there a twist in the tale? FOW-153/3


10 runs from the over with KL Rahul adding another four to his tally. He’s got seven in the innings now to go with the three sixes. 150/4 after 17 overs; need 27 more from 18 balls

Milestone for KL Rahul

KXIP might be languishing at the bottom of the table but it is not down to KL Rahul at least. He’s now past 500 runs this season. That’s his third IPL in a row with at least 500 runs.


KL Rahul’s wicket would be a game changer here. Hooda with two runs and 1 run to start the over. . Anukul Roy comes in as a sub after Ishan Kishan’s injury. The cleanup job is undone with a wide, four and a six. 15 runs from the Bumrah over as Rahul inches KXIP closer to win. KXIP-140/4 after 16 overs

Ishan Kishan pulls a hamstring; leaves the field
Ishan Kishan cuts the ball off but has injured himself in the process. He’s pulled his hamstring it seems. Physio runs on to tend to him and is taken off the field. Doesn’t look good at all. Bit of a stretch near the dugout but no improvement it seems. He’s on to dressing room then

KXIP-140/4 after 16 overs; need more 37 from 24 balls

Strategic Timeout taken

Deepak Hooda joins KL Rahul into the middle but the KXIP skipper keeps his incredible form going. He’s past 500 runs this IPL season and highlights his touch with the bat with a well placed four from Krunal Pandya’s over. 8 runs from the over. KXIP-125/4 after 15 overs; need more 52 from 30 balls


Chahar Started off terribly with a poor delivery which was rightfully smacked away for a six by KL Rahul. But he follows it up with a wicket of Glenn Maxwell who departs for a duck. . KXIP-117/4 after 14 overs; need more 60 from 36 balls

Maxwell falls for duck

Maxwell is out for a first ball duck though. Chahar gets another. , Maxwell looks to go big and send it into the stands. But messes up and gets an edge which is taken by Rohit Sharma at first slip. The pressure increases on Rahul. FOW-115/4 

Fifty for KL Rahul

KL Rahul with a six which also brings up his fifty. Poor, poor delivery from Rahul Chahar and it is duely dispatched.


Just three runs from the Rahul Chahar over to reduce the impact of the Pollard over. Pooran looked to keep the trend of big hits going with a reverse sweep on the last ball but missed completely. KXIP-105/2 after 12 overs

!00 comes up for KXIP

15 runs from the Kieron Pollard over. Nicholas Pooran getting into the thick of things with some really good hits. First a four and then a six to close the over out. 100 up for KXIP with that maximum from 11 overs. KXIP-102/2 after 11 overs; need more 75 runs from 54 balls

We reach the halfway mark

Chahar had a good over until the last couple of balls as Pooran hits him for a six straight down the ground and then follows it up with a boundary- 12 off it. KXIP-87/2 after 10 overs

Gayle falls for 24

Chahar gets the big wicket of Chris Gayle. Rahul Chahar with a delivery outside off and it was decent enough room for Gayle to get another maximum. He looks for it but only to find Boult at long-off. Mumbai needed that. FOW-75/2


Nathan Coulter-Nile into the attack to arrest the flow of runs and does the job to the T. Four runs from the over – all singles. MI need more of such overs. KXIP-75/1 after 9 overs; need more 102 from 66 balls


Chahr brought onto the attack. Couple of doubles for the KL Rahul, Chris Gayle pair before the latter lets fly to collect a boundary; 9 runs off the over. KXIP-71/1 after 8 overs; need more 106 from 72 balls


11 runs from the Kieron Pollard over. Bit of a chat for Pollard with both KL Rahul and Gayle. Not when Gayle sent a Pollard delivery straight down the ground for a six though! KXIP-62/1 after 7 overs; need more 115 from 78 balls

End of Powerplay; 50 comes up for KXIP

KL Rahul goes after Boult to make the most out of the final over of the powerplay; 11 runs off it. Strategic Timeout taken. KXIP-51/1 after 6 overs


Chris Gayle taking his time to get settled in. He’s on to 7 runs from 9 balls as Coulter-Nile concedes just six runs. And that comes from Gayle’s massive bat. Just the one meaty heat that went two tiers into the stands from the over. KXIP-40/1 after 5 overs; need more 137 from 90 balls

Gayle send one far over the rope!

Gayle is the new man in and he absolutely plonked it. Hit it straight down the ground to Coulter-Nile and that is some hit. Luckily there are team owners and officials there to pass the ball.

Fantastic over from Bumrah

After an expensive Trent Boult over, fellow seamer Jasprit Bumrah puts the brakes with a 1 run over. 5 vital dot balls. Even more importantly, Mayank Agarwal is bowled by Bumrah for the second time this IPL. KXIP-34/1 after 4 overs; need more 143 from 96 balls

Agarwal departs for 11

Bumrah comes into the attack and strike in his first over. An important for wicket for MI because Agarwal could have become a concern later once he is settled. FOW-33/1


KL Rahul finishes with a boundary on the last ball straight down the ground. KXIP-33/0 after 3 overs.


Spin introduced early. Krunal Pandya bowls from the other end. An economical start from Krunal Pandya. Goes for just 4 runs as Mayank Agarwal survives once again. He’s dropped by Suryakumar Yadav after a chipped shot but it was a tough, tough chance KXIP-13/0 after 2 overs; need more 164 from 18 overs.

Agarwal dropped by Suryakumar

Krunal Pandya into the attack and Mayank Agarwal survives once again. Bit of a check in the shot late on, Suryakumar Yadav is on the move, stretches to dive and take it but it gets away from his reach.

MI misses a golden opportunity!

Agarwal gets a boundary and survives the next ball. Boult appealed and appealed but the umpire didn’t raise his finger. Rohit Sharma opted not to review. Had he reviewed, it would have been gone. Much like the previous ball except fuller. Surprised no one heard that in an empty stadium. KXIP-9/0 after 1 over

We are underway with KXIP’s chase

KL Rahul and Agarwal out for KXIP; Boult to start of proceedings

End of MI’s innings

MI finish with 176/6 after 20 overs ; KXIP need 177 to win

150 comes up for MI

Over 19 goes for Shami, and Coulter-Nile grabs a brace off the first as he flicks a full toss towards long leg. 12 off Shami’s last for the day. MI-156/6 after 19 overs

Costly over from KXIP

Pollard and Coulter Nile providing a strong finish to the innings. Consecutive sixes fired by Pollard. The Coulter Nile ends the over with a barrage of fours. Arshdeep Singh has been battered. 22 runs off the over. MI-144/6 after 18 overs


Jordan back in the 17th over. Pollard gets off the mark with a single off the second. De Kock perishes while trying to clear the midwicket fence. Coulter-Nile walks out to bat next, and gets off the mark with a brace off the last delivery. MI-122/6 after 17 overs

De Kock falls for 53

Quinton de Kock has to walk back to the dugout as he holes out to Agarwal at deep midwicket while looking to clear the fence! He looks at his bat in despair. FOW-119/6


Shami returns to the attack now. Both Hardik and De Kock but could only manage singles. Shami gets rid of the hard-hitting Hardik off the third. Pollard is the new man in. MI-117/5 after 16 overs

Pandya gone for 8

Mohammed Shami gets rid of the dangerous Hardik Pandya as the hard-hitting all-rounder cuts hard, getting a thick top-edge that results in a catch for Pooran at deep cover. FOW-116/5


De Kock tees off in this over as he collects a four and a six off consecutive delivery from Murugan Ashwin. 12 runs from this over. MI-114/4 after 15 overs

Fifty comes up for De Kock

100 comes up for MI

MI-102/4 after 14 overs

Krunal Pandya goes for 34

Krunal’s stay at the crease comes to an end as he holes out to Hooda at deep backward square-leg, getting a top-edge off a slog-sweep! Timeout signalled after that dismissal. FOW-96/4


Ashwin returns to the attack, giving away 10 off his second including a boundary to Krunal off the second and four byes two balls later. MI-93/3 after 13 overs

Fifty Partnership up between de Kock and Krunal

Steady work by these two, but they have to accelerate sooner or later if they are to post a challenging total.


Ravi Bishnoi is finally brought into the attack now, and the Rajasthani starts off on a tidy note as he gives away just three singles from his first. MI-83/3 after 12 overs


Hooda given an over in the 11th. De Kock goes on the attack now, pulls for six. MI-80/3 after 11 overs


Ashwin nearly snares Krunal’s wicket as the southpaw edges the ball wide of Gayle at slip to run away to the third man fence for a boundary. Another four conceded to Krunal, this time off the last ball as he cuts the ball square. 10 from the over.  MI-70/3 after 10 overs

Strategic Timeout taken

Rahul opts to bowl Maxwell out. The Aussie finishes with figures of 0/23 with seven coming off his last over, including a boundary to Krunal. MI-60/3 after 9 overs

50 comes up for MI

Jordan introduced into the attack and he starts off with a couple of dots. Krunal smacks the ball over the extra cover fence off the third delivery for the second maximum of the innings. Two dots to end the over, with seven coming from it. MI-53/3 after 8 overs

Eventful over; Krunal avoids a scare

Maxwell continues into his 3rd over. KXIP appeal for a catch off the fourth delivery, with skipper Rahul thinking Krunal’s deflected the ball off his boot after an inside edge. The umpires go upstairs with soft signal not out, which eventually turns out to be the case. MI-46/3 after 7 overs

End of Powerplay

Mumbai lose a third wicket in the powerplay as Kishan uppercuts a short delivery straight into the palms of third man to give Arshdeep his second wicket. MI-43/3 after 6 overs

7:45 PM MI vs KXIP Live Update : KXIP has a spring in steps today. They have taken 2nd wicket. SuryaKumar Yadav Out.

Shami to Suryakumar Yadav, out Caught by Murugan Ashwin!! that’s a terrible shot by Surya. – A duck for Suryakumar Yadav today. Suryakumar Yadav c Murugan Ashwin b Shami 0(4)

7:42 PM MI vs KXIP Live Update : Arshdeep gets Rohit Sharma. MI 23/1 in third over

7:36 PM MI vs KXIP Live Update : As usual Rohit & QDK is doing what they know the best. First two over – 3 boundaries, scored 15 for no losss

7:32 PM : Glenn Maxwell first over goes for 6

7:25 PM The KKR and SRH game is dragging its backside to a squeaky finish, but it’s time for action from this game!

7:20 PM MI vs KXIP Live Update : Rohit Sharma & Quinton De Kock ready to open MI innings

7:15 PM : MI vs KXIP Live Update : 15 Minutes for proceedings to begin. Can KXIP somehow stop ramaging Rohit Sharma & QDK ? Both have 520 runs between them for MI.

7:10 PM MI vs KXIP Live Update : Both teams are going unchanged from their previous game.

7:06 PM MI vs KXIP Live Update : Check what captains have to say before the game

KL Rahul | KXIP captain: We’re at that stage where the toss doesn’t matter. We need to show energy and try to win everything from here. Last game was too close for comfort but we needed a win like that to get over the line. We’re also going in with the same tea

Rohit Sharma | MI captain: We’re having a bat first. We want to put runs on the board, the team has done well doing that. We don’t need to change that. It is an important game for us and putting runs on the board would be ideal. The team has looked balanced. Guys have put their hands up in different situations. Bumrah is an important cog and him doing well reflects the team performance. We’re going in with the same team.

7:03 pm Check KXIP XI






Rahul(w/c), Mayank Agarwal, Chris Gayle, Nicholas Pooran, Glenn Maxwell, Deepak Hooda, Chris Jordan, Murugan Ashwin, Mohammed Shami, Ravi Bishnoi, Arshdeep Singh

7:00 PM MI vs KXIP Live Update :Mumbai Indians have won the toss and have opted to bat

Mumbai Indians (Playing XI): Rohit Sharma(c), Quinton de Kock(w), Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Krunal Pandya, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Rahul Chahar, Trent Boult, Jasprit Bumrah


Update : Both Captains getting ready for toss. Teams are  warming up for this crunch encounter. All eyes on Big Man Chris Gayle – let’s see in whose favor coin falls –

6:50 PM MI vs KXIP Live Update : 36th game of IPL 2020, between the Kings XI Punjab and the Mumbai Indians. Tonight the likes of KL Rahul, Chris Gayle and Mayank Agarwal take on the likes of Rohit Sharma, Kieron Pollard and Jasprit Bumrah in Dubai.

6:45 PM MI vs KXIP Live Update : If KingsXI Punjab has to compete well with Mumbai Indians and keep their IPL 2020 playoffs live – they have to improve on below –

  • The Kings XI’s death-overs economy of 13.60 is the worst for any team this season.
  • Play Trent Boult really well. He hasn’t gone wicketless in this season so far. He has eight wickets from 12 games, and in six out of those eight games, he has provided his side with a breakthrough in the powerplay.

6:15 PM MI vs KXIP Live Update : Can Gayle weave some magic today ?

KXIP captain KL Rahul on today’s match –

“We are a far better side than where we are in the points table. It just got too close for comfort…. As a group, we have been disappointing. It can get frustrating. Our skills were good, but we didn’t capitalize on the big moments. It becomes a habit – winning and not winning. There are ups and downs and this has been the roller-coaster.” – KL Rahul, KXIP skipper.

5:50 PM MI vs KXIP Live Update : Mumbai Indians vs Kings XI Punjab, Dubai International Stadium

What to expect: The pitches have become slower, and teams are struggling to chase down totals over 160. Even as Rohit Sharma has suggested that he doesn’t mind chasing, it will be interesting to see if Mumbai Indians take that route. Temperature is likely to vary around 30 degrees Celcius.

5:00 PM MI vs KXIP Live Update : Milestones that can be completed in today’s match. Approaching Milestones MI vs KXIP

  • Rohit Sharma needs 21 runs to complete 4000 IPL runs for MI.
  • Quinton de Kock needs 1 dismissal to complete 50 IPL dismissals.
  • KL Rahul requires 4 sixes and 75 runs respectively to complete 100 IPL sixes and 2500 IPL runs.
  • Chris Gayle needs 89 runs to complete 1500 IPL runs for KXIP.

4:20 PM MI vs KXIP Live Update : This is really DO & DIE for KXIP. Can Chris Gayle be the saviour once again ?

Mumbai Indians: 1 Rohit Sharma (capt), 2 Quinton de Kock (wk), 3 Suryakumar Yadav, 4 Ishan Kishan, 5 Hardik Pandya, 6 Kieron Pollard, 7 Krunal Pandya, 8 Nathan Coulter-Nile, 9 Trent Boult, 10 Rahul Chahar, 11 Jasprit Bumrah

Kings XI Punjab: 1 KL Rahul (capt, wk), 2 Mayank Agarwal, 3 Chris Gayle, 4 Nicholas Pooran, 5 Glenn Maxwell, 6 Deepak Hooda, 7 Chris Jordan, 8 M Ashwin, 9 Ravi Bishnoi, 10 Mohammed Shami, 11 Arshdeep Singh

3:40 PM MI vs KXIP Live Update : When Mumbai Indian & Kings XI Punjab played first time in IPL 2020 – MI registered a easy victory. Check the recap –

Rohit Sharma set the platform with a 45 ball 70 before Hardik Pandya and Kieron Pollard took 25 off the final over, bowled by offspinner K Gowtham, to power the Mumbai Indians to 191 for 4. Jasprit Bumrah, James Pattinson and Rahul Chahar then picked up two wickets each to restrict the Kings XI to 143 for 8.

2:30 PM MI vs KXIP Live Updates : Mumbai are currently on a five-match winning streak and in all, have six wins and two losses from eight games.

Kings XI : Two wins and six losses from their eight matches.

Mumbai have tried only 13 players so far, the least by any team. The Kings XI have tried 20, the most by a team in its first eight matches.

Dream11 IPL 2020 Mumbai Indians vs Kings XI Punjab (MI vs KXIP) Probable XI

Dream11 IPL 2020 MI Probable XI –  Rohit Sharma (c), Quinton de Kock (wk), Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Krunal Pandya, James Pattinson, Trent Boult, Rahul Chahar, Jasprit Bumrah.

Dream11 IPL 2020 KXIP Probable XI –  Mayank Agarwal, KL Rahul (c)(wk), Nicholas Pooran, Chris Gayle, Mandeep Singh, James Neesham/Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Sarfaraz Khan, Murugan Ashwin/Krishnappa Gowtham, Mohammed Shami, Sheldon Cottrell, Ravi Bishnoi.

MI vs KXIP Head-to-Head
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