Ishan Kishan's smashing fifty in 23 balls, looted the crowd by raining fours and sixes. theinsiderinsight

MI vs RCB: The match between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore was played at Wankhede Stadium. RCB had scored 196 runs while playing first. On the other hand, Ishan Kishan and Rohit Sharma opened for Mumbai. Kishan has scored a half-century in just 23 balls in this innings. Kishan also hit 5 fours and 4 skyscraper sixes in a explosive manner to complete 50 runs. Kishan had completed his half-century even before the end of the powerplay overs. He is not the first such player in the history of IPL because before him many stormy batsmen including Chris Gayle, KL Rahul and Jos Buttler have completed 50 runs within the powerplay overs. Kishan scored 69 runs playing 34 balls in this match.

Let us tell you that in the match against RCB, Kishan completed his fifty by hitting a six off Glenn Maxwell. Thanks to this stormy innings of Kishan, Mumbai Indians had scored 72 runs in the first 6 overs in the match against Bengaluru. Cricket lovers have already seen Ishan Kishan's stormy style. Earlier in IPL 2021, he had completed fifty in just 16 balls in the match against Sunrisers Hyderabad. Apart from this, he made a lot of headlines in IPL 2018 by completing a half-century in just 17 balls.

Rohit and Kishan created the ghost of Mohammad Siraj

In the 5th over of the innings of MI vs RCB match, Ishan Kishan and Rohit Sharma together took on Mohammad Siraj. Together, both of them scored 23 runs in Siraj's over including 3 sixes and one four. In this over of Siraj, Kishan took 2 sixes, a four and a single, while Sharma also hit a six while washing his hands in the flowing Ganga.

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