Mumbai: After World T- 20 a new game with the new hope is now started in India with the yesterday’s first opening night of IPL- Indian Premier League, 9 where the New team from the Pune, namely, Rising Pune Supergiants well started with the first win against the Mumbai Indians in a one- sided match.
It was experienced in the match that the Ishant has bowled like a man who missed cricketing action. And Pony too found tailing bobbed here and there. However, Wankhede Stadium yesterday, experienced the new dazzling star team for this time event.
Moreover, it can also be noted here that for the Mumbai Indians, which has won the IPL championship for the two- time and proved to be one of the most settled unit in the IPL matches, it was seen that the team has star batsman- Rohit Sharma and it is coached by Ricky Ponting. However, there were two new teams this time shown as participating in the IPL, as such the Rising Pune Supergiants is the one among them and both of these teams, notably replaced the suspended Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals.
In the starting of the match, Rohit Sharma for the Mumbai Indians won the toss and elects batting first and as such the Rising Pune Supergiants were put to blowing first. The team selects RP Singh to ball first, and while he started the match, in the very starting he collect one wicket for his team. Later after fourth over Mumbai Indians was at 29 off 2. Thus, it was seen that from the very starting the match seemed weak and Rising Pune Supergiants were shown to have luck in the match. As by the fifth over the team had lost its 4 wickets and by the end of the inning with the easy score of 121 off 8 wickets were put by the team as the target for the opponents.
The Rising Pune Supergiants started with its openers- Ajinkya Rahane and Faf de Plessis, the partnership of whom gave over seventy runs to the team, and in the tenth over, the first wicket of Faf de Plessis for the team lost. However, Rahane remained scoring and he finally got his fifty, and the team won the match against the Mumbai Indians by 9 wickets and 32 balls to spare.