Young pacer Akash Madhwal took Mumbai to the qualifiers with some brilliant bowling in the IPL eliminator match against Lucknow- LSG on Wednesday. In this match, Akash took five wickets, giving only five runs in 3.3 overs. He also scored a run out. Akash, who gave Mumbai an unassailable victory with his unmatched bowling, broke many IPL records in this sequence. What are those records?
Akash became the only bowler to take five wickets in the playoffs round of IPL. In the 2010 IPL playoffs, Chennai Super Kings bowler Bollinger gave 13 runs and took four wickets. He was the best bowler in the playoffs. Akash broke Bollinger’s record after thirteen years.
Akash equaled Anil Kumble’s record as the bowler who took five wickets in an IPL match with the fewest runs. In the 2009 IPL, Kumble gave away five runs and took five wickets. Apart from that, Akash Madhwal has created a record as the player who registered the best bowling figures against the Lucknow Super Giants team in the IPL.
Akash Madhwal became the only bowler to take more than 4 wickets in two consecutive IPL matches. 37 runs in the last league match against Sunrisers
Akash was the player who recorded the best bowling performance among uncapped players. In the past, Ankit Rajput gave 14 runs and took 5 wickets. Akash broke his record.
Batting first in this match, Mumbai Indians scored 182 runs in twenty overs. Lucknow Super Giants, who struggled to chase down the target, were bowled out for just 101 runs and went home from the IPL.