Gujarat scored 233 runs for the loss of only 3 wickets in the second qualifier against Mumbai Indians.In the second qualifier match of the ongoing IPL series, Mumbai Indians and Gujarat Titans clashed. The match which was supposed to start at 7.30 pm got delayed due to rain. Mumbai won the toss and elected to bowl in this match at the Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad. Accordingly, Gujarat opener Wriddhiman Saha was dismissed for 18 runs in the 6th over.
After this, Subman Gill was standing alone and blowing Mumbai’s balls into fluff. Later he must have realized how big of a crime Tim David missed Gill’s catch in the sixth over. The reason was that Subman Gill, who smashed 100 runs off 49 balls, made that run possible only with 10 sixes. When Rohit Sharma asked Akash Madhwal to ‘somebody control’ the uncontrollable Gill, he took a catch in the 17th over and took a wicket to put an end to his Rudratandavam. 129 off 60 balls is definitely not good news for Mumbai.Sai Sudarshan played his part on the side and Hardik Pandya, who formed a partnership with him, played with the responsibility of the captaincy. Chaisudharsan retired for 43 runs. At the end of the allotted 20 overs, they scored 233 runs for the loss of 3 wickets. Notably, this is the highest score in the history of IPL play offs. Akash Madwal and Piyush Chawla took 1 wicket each for Mumbai team.