India Capitals defeated Bhilwara Kings by 78 runs within the final match of the Lucknow leg of the Legends League Cricket performed at Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ikara Cricket Stadium on Wednesday.
Solomon Mire stars as India Capitals earn first factors of LLC 2022 (Legends League Cricket Photo)
- India Capitals defeated Bhilwara Kings by 78 runs
- This is India Capitals’ first win in two matches
- Bhilwara Kings suffered their first defeat of season
Solomon Mire starred with the bat as India Capitals hammered Bhilwara Kings by 78 runs within the final match of the Lucknow leg of the Legends League Cricket League performed at Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ikara Cricket Stadium on Wednesday. This is India Capitals’ first win in two matches.
100-plus partnership between Solomon Mir (82) and Hamilton Masakadza (48) took India Capitals to a aggressive complete of 198 for five wickets. Solomon and Hamilton shared a 125-run stand for the second wicket at a time when India Capitals misplaced captain Gautam Gambhir for simply 24 runs.
Solomon hit seven fours and 6 sixes in his 38-ball knock, whereas Masakadza hit 6 fours and a six in 30 balls. After the dismissal of Masakadza, Solomon shared a 32-run partnership with Denesh Ramdin (19). From Bhilwara, star all-rounder Yusuf Pathan took three wickets whereas conceding 28 runs.
Captain Gambhir, who did not bat, used his captaincy abilities on the sphere and trapped the Bhilwara Kings utilizing eight bowlers. The group, captained by Irfan Pathan, saved shedding wickets at frequent intervals and have been ultimately bundled out for 120 runs in 19.2 overs.
For Bhilwara Kings, Tanmay Srivastava top-scored with 27 not out whereas Naman Ojha added 20 runs. Similarly, Rajesh Bishnoi scored 15, Yusuf scored 14 and captain Irfan scored 17 runs. None of the remaining batsmen may attain the doubles. Rajat Bhatia, Praveen Tambe and Pankaj Singh took two wickets every for India Capitals.
After Lucknow, the Legends League cricket is now shifting to New Delhi, the place three matches are to be performed on 22, 24 and 25 September. And they may begin with the conflict between Gujarat Giants and Manipal Tigers to be held at Arun Jaitley Stadium on Thursday.
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