Umran Malik equals Lasith Malinga’s IPL record

IPL 2022: Omran Malik equals special IPL record- The Punjab Kings (PBKS) have amassed a whopping 180 runs in four of their previous five matches. They have a strong batting line-up but were bowled out for 151 in their last match courtesy of Sunrisers Hyderabad’s excellent bowling. One of those wrecker-in-chiefs was the young Omran Malik, who won the man-of-the-match award for taking four wickets in the last over and matched an elusive IPL record under great bowler Lasith Malinga on the way to his impressive bowling figure. SRH bit PBKS highlights and follow IPL 2022 updates on Insidesport.IN

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With a short and quick delivery in the last over of the Punjab innings, Omran dismissed Oden Smith off the first ball. After dismissing Rahul Chahar and Vaibhav Aurora in consecutive deliveries, he ran out Arshdeep Singh off the last ball of the innings. As a result, Omran bowled a triple-wicket maiden.

In the list of bowlers to give Maiden in the 20th over of the IPL game, the 22-year-old joined his former mentor Irfan Pathan (PBKS vs. MI Mohali 2008), Sri Lanka’s Great Malinga (MI vs. Deccan Durban 2009). And Joydev Unadkat (RPS vs SRH Hyderabad 2017). Only Malinga and Omran were bowled over in the first innings. With a wicket maiden in the last over, Omran joined Malinga in an elite list of bowlers. Unadkat is the only bowler on the list.

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IPL 2022: SRH pacer Umran Malik equals strong Lasith Malinga IPL record – see

Chasing the 152-run target, Rahul Tripathi and Abhishek Sharma lost to SRH captain Kane Williamson before the fifty-run partnership was revived. Aiden Markram and Nicholas Puran’s unwavering partnership, though, was crucial to complete the chase with SRH seven balls remaining.

“I tried to slow down a bit today, and Yorker, I tried to push the length even higher. I didn’t do a bouncer in that over (in which he got Jitesh Sharma out), trying to get the ball in his body, feeling that the pull could shrink him for space and the same thing happened. I can catch myself, I’m a good fielder. “ Malik said after collecting his Player of the Match award.

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