LSG vs PBKS: De Kock, Pooran and Pandya batted brilliantly, Lucknow gave Punjab the target of 200 runs

Lucknow Super Giants vs Punjab Kings, Indian Premier League 2024: Lucknow won the toss batted first and scored 199 runs losing eight wickets in 20 overs. Quinton de Kock scored a half-century for the team. Whereas Krunal Pandya and Nicholas Pooran played innings of 43 and 42 runs. Sam Curran took three wickets for Punjab.

Mar 30, 2024 - 23:51
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LSG vs PBKS: De Kock, Pooran and Pandya batted brilliantly, Lucknow gave Punjab the target of 200 runs

The 11th match of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 is being played between Lucknow Supergiants (LSG) and Punjab Kings (PBKS). In this match being played at Atal Vihari Bajpai Ekana Stadium in Lucknow, Lucknow Super Giants have set a huge target of 210 runs in front of Punjab Kings with the help of brilliant batting of captain Nicholas Pooran, all-rounder Krunal Pandya and wicket-keeper batsman Quinton de Kock.

After winning the toss, Lucknow chose to bat first. In 20 overs, they lost eight wickets while scoring 199 runs. For the team, Quinton de Kock scored fifty runs. Quinton de Kock used two sixes and five fours to score 54 runs in 38 balls. Pooran, on the other hand, played a fast inning of 42 runs in 21 balls while missing the half-century mark. Throughout his innings, Pooran hit three fours and three sixes.

Finally, Krunal Pandya batted brilliantly, scoring 43 runs in just 22 balls after both of them were out. Lucknow's innings helped him score close to 200 runs. In his innings, Pandya smacked two sixes and four fours.

In addition, Marcus Stoinis scored 19 runs off of 12 balls, Devdutt Padikkal scored 9 runs off of 6 balls, Ayush Badoni scored 8 runs off of 10 balls, and KL Rahul scored 15 runs off of 9 balls. For Punjab Kings, all-arounder Sam Curran bowled brilliantly. In four overs, Karan claimed three wickets for just 26 runs. Aside from them, Kagiso Rabada and Rahul Chahar each claimed one wicket, while fast bowler Arshdeep Singh claimed two.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer
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