Bumrah equals Malinga's record

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Bumrah equals Malinga's record

Mumbai : In the 59th match played at Mumbai's Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and elected to bowl first. Justifying Rohit's decision, the Mumbai bowlers took two wickets in the first over and one in the second over. Meanwhile, fast bowler Jaspreet Bumrah set a special record.

Mumbai Indians fast bowler Daniel Sams hit two big hits to Chennai in the first six. After Chennai lost two wickets, skipper Rohit Sharma called up Jaypreet Bumrah with the idea of ​​giving Chennai another push. Respecting the captain, Bumrah hit another unbeaten over to give Chennai another push. He trapped Robin Uthappa. After this unbeaten over, Bumrah has become the most unbeaten bowler in the history of IPL for Mumbai Indians.

Earlier, Sri Lanka's veteran bowler Lasith Malinga had bowled the most unbeaten overs for the Mumbai Indians. Malinga and Bumrah now top the list. Both of them have bowled 8 unbeaten overs each in their IPL careers. Third on the list is Harbhajan Singh, who has bowled five unbeaten overs while representing Mumbai in the IPL. After that, Trent Bolt is at the fourth position in the list and he has bowled 4 unbeaten overs for Mumbai.