MI vs LSG Highlights: Mumbai Indians lose to Lucknow Super Giants for sixth consecutive defeat in IPL 2022

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Kieron Pollard plays a shot during the chase.   -  SPORTZPICS

Hello and welcome to Sportstar's live coverage of the IPL 2022 match between Mumbai Indians and Lucknow Super Giants

Terrific from Lucknow. They beat Mumbai by 18 runs. MI's losing streak continues in this IPL. They lost both openers early in a big chase. Brevis showed glimpses of his brilliance but fell soon after. Suryakumar and Tilak forged a stand but their dismissals pulled MI back. Kieron Pollard kept them in the hunt with his pyrotechnics but it wasn't enough in the end. Lucknow are currently second on the points table, Mumbai last.


Run out first ball! Unadkat sacrifices his wicket. Pollard at the non-striker's end. Chameera bowling the final over. M. Ashwin comes and hits a six first ball! 19 off 4. Ashwin run out but Pollard will be on strike for the last 3 balls. Pollard doesn't run off the next ball. 19 off 2. 6th successive defeat for MI looms.  Pollard holes out! Chameera ends it with a dot. LSG win by 18 runs. Sixth successive defeat for MI.

MI 174/6 in 19 overs:Holder to Pollard, 2 runs off the first ball. Holder to Pollard, 1 run. Excellent from Holder. SIX! Unadkat collects a maximum. 34 needed off 9. Four next ball. 30 off 8. Four leg byes now. 26 needed off 7. Single turned down off the last ball. 26 off 6.

MI 157/6 in 18 overs: Avesh Khan. Pollard hammers the first ball for four. Pollard misses out on the next ball, in the slot but a mishit. Dot. Terrific from Avesh as he concedes just 1 off the third.  GONE! Avesh Khan gets Allen. What an over. Unadkat comes to the crease and drives his first ball away for four. Nine and a wicket.  Pollard on strike next over. Mumbai need 43 runs in 12 balls.

MI 148/5 in 17 overs: Chameera returns. SIX! Pollard slams the second ball over long-on. And another one, this time over deep mid-wicket! 2 in 2 for the big man. Pollard has to settle for a single next ball. Allen collects a couple off the last ball. 16 off it. 52 needed off 18.

MI 132/5 in 16 overs: Bishnoi to bowl out. GONE! Yadav has pulled a long-hop straight to deep square. Is that the game? Fabian Allen, on debut, opens his account with a four. Single to finish. 7 runs and a wicket. Mumbai Indians need 68 runs in 24 balls

MI 125/4 in 15 overs: Holder back into the attack. Single to Yadav first ball. Bowled'em! Tilak has been clean bowled for 26. Pollard is the new man in, off the mark with a single. 5 runs and a wicket.

MI 120/3 in 14 overs: Avesh Khan to kickstart things after the break. Tilak on strike. KL is off the field, clutching his left hamstring. Krunal in charge. Dot to finish. Just 4 from it. 80 needed off six overs.

TIME OUT - MI need 84 in 42 balls

MI 116/3 in 13 overs: Fifty partnership comes up with a Surya boundary, deft touch bisects gap between short third and point. Tilak's turn now as he rocks back and punches a drive through covers for four. 1 off the last. 12 off it.

MI 104/3 in 12 overs: Krunal into his second. Suryakumar continuing his impressive run - whips it between mid-wicket and long-on for four. Much needed boundary, after 22 balls, for MI that. Tilak Varma ends the over with a flourishing switch hit for four. 11 off the over.

MI 93/3 in 11 overs: Ravi Bishnoi is back into the attack. Tidy stuff from Bishnoi, who concedes seven. MI need 107 in 54 balls.

MI 86/3 in 10 overs: Krunal Pandya into the attack. The batsmen run a leg bye off the first ball. Surya pinches a single next ball. Four singles off the remaining four balls. 6 from the over.

MI 80/3 in 9 overs: SHOT! Surya whips the first ball from Stoinis over midwicket for four. Stoinis to Yadav, 1 run. Dot ball. Tilak pulls the next ball to fine leg where the ball falls just short of a diving Avesh. Good effort in the end. 8 off the over in the end, including a first-ball four.

MI 72/3 in 8 overs: Holder back into the attack. Good over from the Caribbean all-rounder Couple of wides, 10 off the over but more importantly, no boundaries.

MI 62/3 in 7 overs: Ishan on strike. Marcus Stoinis into the attack. GONE! MI lose a third as Ishan chops on. Tilak Varma is in next. 5 runs and a wicket from the over.


MI 57/2 in 6 overs: Avesh Khan to bowl the final over of the PP. Brevis continues to torment LSG, a pitched up delivery from Avesh and Brevis clubs it through midwicket for four. Whoof! Brevis smashes the next ball down the ground for four more. Has an almighty swing at the next ball and misses. GONE! Brevis has holed out for a 13-ball 31! Suryakumar is in next. Dot to finish. Mumbai need 143 runs in 84 balls.

MI 48/1 in 5 overs: Chameera is back into the attack. SIX! Stunning from Brevis! Launches a maximum over long-on, on the up. What a strike. Chameera responds with a short ball but it is too high for the keeper and Lucknow concede 5wides. Brevis on the charge, slaps one through off side for four. He smashes the last ball down the ground for four. 20 from it.

MI 28/1 in 4 overs: First sight of spin. Ravi Bishnoi into the attack. Slip in place for Ishan, who gets a single first ball. Slip in place for Brevis, who gets an outside edge that runs away to the third man fence. Bishnoi bowls a wide next ball. Just 2 off the next four balls. Eight off the over in the end.

MI 20/1 in 3 overs: Avesh Khan replaces Holder. Rohit on strike. Avesh starts with a wide down leg side. SHOT! Rohit has effortlessly whipped up a slot ball over midwicket for four. GONE! Rohit has been caught behind! What a breakthrough. Brevis, at 3, off the mark with a sumptuous drive for four. Dot to finish.

MI 11/0 in 2 overs: Dushmantha Chameera to share the new ball. Rohit on strike. Chameera to Rohit, no run and a single off the first 2 balls. After two dot balls, Ishan slams the fifth ball down the ground for four. Dot to finish.

MI 6/0 in 1 over: Rohit Sharma and Ishan Kishan open the innings. Holder with the new ball. Ishan on strike. Boundary first ball, Holder errs in line and length and Ishan glances it fine of short fine leg.  Holder to Ishan, 1 run. Rohit's off the mark with a single. Dot to finish.


An excellent innings from LSG captain K. L. Rahul, whose unbeaten 103 is surely among the best innings he has played in the IPL. And what an occasion to score the ton: it's his 100th IPL game as well. He was given good support by Quinton de Kock and Manish Pandey. Stoinis and Hooda indulged in some lusty hitting as well. It was tough going for MI's bowlers, all of whom - barring Bumrah and Tilak Varma (one over) gave away runs at 8 per over or more. Misfields from MI's fielders didn't help.

"Satisfied with the score," says Pandey. "The wicket's very good, bowling good lines and hitting the good areas will be important."

Join us for the chase in a bit.

LSG 199/3 in 20 overs: Last over. Unadkat to bowl it. A single. Then a full delivery on leg-stump fetches Hooda two runs as there's a misfield by the fielder at deep midwicket. Full again, hit to long-on for a single. And out! Against the run of play. A short delivery to Hooda, who tries to play the upper cut but edges the ball to the wicketkeeper.

Yorker, dug out to midwicket for a single by Krunal Pandya. Last ball: well outside the off-stump, Rahul doesn't reach out to it, but it's not a wide! So it's an excellent final over from Unadkat. Total: 199.

Deepak Hooda c Ishan Kishan b Unadkat 15 (8b, 1x4, 1x6)

Bumrah (right) gave away just 24 runs off his four overs. - BCCI/IPL


LSG 195/3 in 19 overs: Oh what a shot! Short and wide, cut nicely to third man for a four! Single off the next delivery gives Hooda the strike, and he tees off! Slogs Tymal Mills for a six beyond long-on. It was a short delivery - slower ball. Tries to slog again, but instead manages to chip the ball over the head of the fielder at point. This runs away for a boundary too. Oh and a wide down the leg side. The wicketkeeper did well to stop that, or else it would have gone to the boundary. The batters pick up a single as there's a fumble.

Rahul cuts and it's a four! And brings up a 100! Keeps the strike with a single - leg byes.

LSG 173/3 in 18 overs: Rahul drills one to long-on for a single. Deepak Hooda, the new batter, is foxed by a slower delivery, but manages to tap the ball and run. Wide outside the off-stump to Rahul. Driven to long-off for a single. Full delivery, on middle and leg, hit away to deep middwicket for a single. Wide again, outside the off-stump. Half- volley on off-stump, driven hard to extra cover, who misfields, two runs are picked up. Rahul moves into the 90s. Hit to long-on for another single.

LSG 164/3 in 17 overs: Stoinis goes! Tries to go for a massive slog and mistimes it. The ball gains height but not distance. The fielder at mid-off - Rohit Sharma - pouches it. Yorker length, outside off-stmump, steered nicely to point for a four! There's a fielder at deep point and a fielder at deep cover - but neither could stop the ball. Short of a length, cuts for a single. A single again, this time through the leg side. Leg-stump half-volley is flicked away by Rahul to deep square leg for a single.

Marcus Stoinis c Rohit b Unadkat 10 (9b, 1x6)

LSG 155/2 in 16 overs: Bumrah is back. Stoinis drives straight but the ball hits the stumps at the non-strikers'end. No run. Slower delivery, defended. Full, Stoinis gets an inside edge and it misses the stumps - single. Dull delivery, dug out to midwicket for another single. Short of a length, outside off, steered to extra cover for a single. Full toss, tucked to deep midwicket for two runs. Five from the over.


Mi celebrates the dismissal of Manish Pandey. - BCCI/IPL


LSG 150/2 in 15 overs: Last over from Allen: Short and wide, and Rahul cuts it for another boundary! And a six! Short again, and pulled this time for a six to cow corner! Short of a length, outside off-stump, Rahul tries to play the late-cut, but can't put pat to ball. Single through deep midwicket. Short again, Stoinis pulls down the ground for a single. Outside the leg-stump to Rahul, turning in; Rahul plays the sweep well to pick up six more, this time through fine leg!

Expensive last over from Allen. Eighteen from it.

LSG 132/2 in 14 overs: M. Ashwin breaks the partnership! Bowls a full ball, on middle and leg stump. Pandey goes for a slog across the line and misses! Timber! The partnership was worth 72.  And the new batter Stoinis tees off! First ball! Pull, on leg-stump, it's a google, but Stoinis knows it, deposits the ball in the stands beyond long-on. Full on leg-stump, hit to lon-on for a single. Fooled by the pace of the ball, Stoiinis goes through his shot a bit too early, gets an edge, but the ball falls in no-man's land at mid-on. Single taken. Single to finish the over also.

Manish Pandey b M. Ashwin 38 (29b, 4x6)

K. L. Rahul tees off. - BCCI/IPL


LSG 124/1 in 12 overs: LSG Tymal Mills back into the attack. Yorker length delivery outside the off-stump, steered nicely to backward point for four runs! Excellent stroke from Rahul. Gets off strike with a single. Full, on middle stump, Pandey clears his front leg and carved the ball through cover-point for four more! Short, pulled to fine leg for four more! Past the short fine leg fielder. Full, on off-stump, driven down the ground for a single. Short again, and pulled again for four! This time it's Rahul. One bounce, into the boundary.

Expensive over.

LSG 106/1 in 12 overs: Bumrah is back into the attack. Dot ball to start off. Driven back to the bowler; it hits the boot and trickles to extra cover. Single picked up. On a good length,on leg stump, tucked away to deep square leg. And it doesn't quite go for a boundary, but it brings up the half-century for Rahul.  Two runs. A dot and a single. An appeal for lbw, turned down. Short, pulled away to deep midwicket for four runs! the fielder tries his best but can't prevent the boundary.

LSG 98/1 in 11 overs: Allen to bowl his third over. Single. Then Pandey drives the ball back to the bowler twice. Full delivery, but not overpitched, slapped, to long-on for a single. Two more singles to finish the over.

Allen has been economical so far in his spell.

Fabian Allen celebrates after getting rid of Quinton de Kock for 24. - BCCI/IPL


LSG 94/1 in 10 overs: Unadkat to bowl his second over. Starts off with a short of a length delivery on leg-stump to Pandey, who defend. Pulled to deep square leg for a single. Flicked to the leg side for a single. Length ball, and slogged away for six! to cow corner! Just saw the length and teed off! What a shot from Rahul. Unadkat switches to around the wicket; bowls a good length delivery in the corridor - steered to point for no run. Last ball: short of a length, in the body, tucked to the leg side for a single.

LSG 84/1 in 9 overs: Full toss, and slogged away to cow corner for six! That was a poor delivery from Ashwin to Rahul. Driven to deep extra cover for a single. A googly: dabbed to short third man for no run. Short of a length, cut to point for no run. Full, on leg-stump, hit away to long-on for a single. Full, on off-stump, driven to deep extra cover for two runs.

LSG 74/1 in 8 overs: Allen continues. Two singles. Rahul on-drives to midwicket for a single. Then Pnadey drives through extra cover for two runs. Boundary! Short and wide, Pandey plays the late cut to collect a four through third man. He comes down the track, flicks - and a misfield! Bizarre! It goes through the legs of the fielder for four!

LSG 61/1 in 7 overs: Murugan Ashwin to bowl his second over. Starts off with a wide. Dot ball. Full, driven to long-off for a single by Pandey. Single again. Full delivery is on-driven to long-on for a single. Rahul tucks to midwicket for another single. Full toss, outside off-stump, driven to the fielder at cover. Rohit Sharma, who fielded the ball, celebrates to fool the crowd.

LSG openers K. L. Rahul and Quinton de Kock put on 52 runs for the first wicket. - BCCI/IPL


LSG 57/1 in 6 overs: Fabian Allen (left-arm spin) to bowl his first over. Oh and another! De Kock plays the slog-sweep excellently. Collects a six through midwicket. And out! De Kock tries to play the reverse-sweep and pays the price for it, misses the ball and it's adjacent to the stumps. De Kock doesn't hang around and walks back. Wickets would have been úmpire's call'. New batter is Manish Pandey, he is off the mark with a boundary! Just drills a full delivery hard back down the ground. One run to deep midwicket to finsh the over.

Quinton de Kock lbw Fabian Allen 24 (13b, 4x4, 1x6)

LSG 46/0 in 5 overs: Tymal Mills into the attack now. Full, outside off-stump; Rahul drives through extra cover for four runs! It was in the air but in the gap. Defended. Short of a length, pulled to midiwicket for a single. On the leg-stump, de Kock can't put bat to ball, one leg bye. Short to Rahul, who attempts the pull shot, it's too fine: it's beyond the reach of the wicketkeeper as it travels to the boundary. That was gloved; quick delivery. Oh and a six! Short and wide, and Rahul cuts for six! That's a flat six.

LSG 30/0 in 4 overs: Bumrah into the attack. Rahul tucks to midwicket for no run. On a good length, on off-stump, defended from the crease.  On a good length, on middle-stump, tucked to midwicket again. Fuller, and it's flicked to deep midwicket for two runs. A similar delivery next up, it comes in sharply after pitching; takes the inside edge of the bat. A single through square leg to finish the over.

LSG 27/0 in 3 overs: M. Ashwin replaces Tilak Varma. Rahul tucks one to midwicket for a single. De Kock gets a half-volley and he swipes across the line for a boundary through midwicket. That went off the bat quick! Full again, and this time, it's swept to long leg for four more!  Full, on off-stump, driven to mid-off for a single. On a good-length, was it the googly? Steered to point for no run. Final delivery: full toss, on leg stump, flicked for a single.

LSG 16/0 in 2 overs: Jaydev Unadkat to bowl the second over. Good length, outside off, steered to point for a single. On a good length again, this time to de Kock, defended from the crease. And four! Short and wide, cut away to point for a boundary by de Kock. Oh and an excellent follow-up! De Kock is beaten as he plays inside the line of a good length delivery that just goes over the stumps. And anouther four! Short and wide, and cut fiercely - this time through cover-point. Final delivery: driven back to the bowler.

LSG 6/0 in 1 over: Tilak Varma (right arm off-spin) to bowl the first over. First ball: full, outside off, driven to cover. Then slightly, short, it's pulled away to deep midwicket for four runs! A great effort by the fielder in the deep, who dives to stop the ball, but fails to prevent it from tricking over to the boundary paddings. Three more singles from the over.

K. L. Rahul and Rohit Sharma at the toss. - BCCI/IPL


1528 IST: The umpires walk out. MI in a huddle before the players walk out to the field, and LSG's openers K. L. Rahul and Quinton de Kock do too.

1520 IST: Rohit Sharma, it seems, prefers to chase. But is there a basis for it in terms of a pattern so far? It has lost twice bowling first, and thrice batting first. The closest was a 12-run loss to Punjab Kings.

MI has lost all five matches it's played so far, while LSG has won thrice, and lost twice, including its last game - a 10-run loss to Rajasthan Royals.

Here's the points table.


Mumbai Indians: Rohit Sharma (c), Ishan Kishan (wk), Dewald Brevis, Tilak Varma, Suryakumar Yadav, Kieron Pollard, Fabian Allen, Jaydev Unadkat, Murugan Ashwin, Jasprit Bumrah, Tymal Mills.

Lucknow Super Giants: K. L. Rahul (c), Quinton de Kock (wk), Manish Pandey, Deepak Hooda, Marcus Stoinis, Ayush Badoni, Jason Holder, Krunal Pandya, Dushmantha Chameera, Avesh Khan, Ravi Bishnoi.

1500 IST: TOSS TIME - Rohit Sharma and K. L. Rahul, who open for India in Test matches, are in the middle for the toss. Rohit Sharma wins the toss and chooses to bowl. "Basics were missing in the last few matches, we need to keep it simple. We just need to play basic cricket which has been missing," Rohit says. Basil Thampi will have to miss out to accommodate Allen.

The energy is good within the team, Rahul says. One change for LSG: Manish Pandey is in for K. Gowtham.

Mumbai Indians' Tymal Mills at training at Brabourne Stadium. - BCCI/IPL


1450 IST: PITCH REPORT - Batters would have to clear a longer distance in the diagonals than straight down the ground or square of the wicket, informs Graeme Swann in the pitch report. A good covering of grass on the pitch, and for fast bowlers, bowling back-of-a-length could be profitable.

1445 IST: Gautam Gambhir, the mentor of Lucknow Super Giants, is giving his team a pep talk. The players are in a huddle. Meanwhile, for Mumbai Indians, Fabian Allen is set to make his debut for MI. He's been given his cap; the moment is greeted with claps by the rest of the team.

1440 IST: We're 20 minutes away from the toss. It's the 100th IPL game for K. L. Rahul, the captain of Lucknow Super Giants. He made his debut in IPL 2013. He has one half-century in five innings so far in this competition. Can he deliver a big one today?


The hallmark of a champion side is the ability to fight back strongly when things are not going their way.  It is a situation that five-time champion Mumbai Indians have been in the past and shown it can come out of successfully.

After five defeats from as many matches so far, the Rohit Sharma-led side needs to show it can do it once again when it takes on Lucknow Super Giants at the Brabourne Stadium on Saturday. 

The former champions have struggled to nail their playing XI, chopping and changing which has meant it has not been able to achieve the balance between bat and ball.

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In the last match, the team played an extra bowler sacrificing batting depth and paid the price for it as struggled to chase down a gettable target despite being in a comfortable position midway through the innings.

The team has often not used its quota of four foreign players and it will be interesting to see if Tim David gets another chance on Saturday to beef up its batting firepower. 

The Super Giants also come into the game on the back of a narrow defeat to Rajasthan Royals in the last match. In that match, the team tried to shuffle its batting order after Trent Boult took some early wickets but despite that Marcus Stoinis almost got them home. 

The team will now want to revert to what worked for it in its three wins and the presence of Stoinis bolsters an already well-balanced squad.

Predicted Playing 11:

MI: Rohit Sharma (captain), Ishan Kishan (wicketkeeper), Suryakumar Yadav, Tilak Varma, Dewald Brevis, Kieron Pollard, Fabian Allen, Murugan Ashwin, Jasprit Bumrah, Riley Meredith, Jaydev Unadkat.

LSG: KL Rahul (captain), Quinton de Kock (wicketkeeper), Deepak Hooda, Marcus Stoinis, Ayush Badoni, Jason Holder, Krunal Pandya, Krishnappa Gowtham, Dushmantha Chameera, Avesh Khan, Ravi Bishnoi.

When will the MI vs LSG IPL match start?

MI vs LSG IPL match will start at 3:30 PM IST, on Saturday, April 16.

Where can you watch MI vs LSG IPL match on TV in India?

MI vs LSG IPL match will be aired live on Star Sports 1 and Star Sports 1HD, Star Sports Select 1, and Star Sports Select 1HD.

Where can you live stream the MI vs LSG IPL match in India?

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