Essay On Ipl Cricket 2013 In Hindi

Pune ended second-bottom of the tournament last year and had a mixed start this season under the captaincy of Steve Smith, who was working with legendary wicket-keeper MS Dhoni in his ranks.

Pune's record buy Ben Stokes made all the difference as the England all-rounder's showing with the bat and ball was instrumental in the side clinching a play-off berth with nine wins from 14 games.

But the team proved in the first qualifier against Mumbai that they are so much more than just Stokes after teenage spinner Washington Sundar turned out to be the unlikely hero with match-winning figures of 3/16 from his four overs, dismissing Rohit Sharma, Kieron Pollard and Ambati Rayudu.

Sundar's performance made up for Stokes' absence as he returned to England ahead of the Champions Trophy before the knockout stages.

But they looked destined for victory when they reduced Mumbai to 79/7 thanks to wickets from Jaydev Unadkat and Adam Zampa, who got rid of Sharma and Pollard in the same over.

However, Krunal Pandaya dragged the Indians back into the game with 47 from 38 balls to post a total of 129/8 - just enough for the bowlers to have something to defend.

And they did so magnificently, although when Smith and Ajinkya Rahane set at 71/1, the game looked beyond them.

The comeback was triggered by an unreal catch from Pollard, running in from long-on to send Rahane on his way, and reinforced by Karn Sharma, who bowled 24 leg-breaks for just 18 runs.

The death bowling of Lasith Malinga, Jasprit Bumrah and Mitchell Johnson then proved too much for Pune, as the Australian ensured they could not manage 11 off the last over to give Mumbai a stunning victory, with captain Rohit Sharma paying tribute to the collective nature of the performance.

"Individual brilliance can win you a few games, but what is required to win this championship is team unity, team work and intelligence," Sharma said.

"We've never relied on one individual to win us the game.

“Today was the perfect example.

“The bowling unit came in together.

“Again, we have got a few youngsters, a few inexperienced players and a few legends in our bowling unit.

“It was a combination of both, and we gelled quite nicely.

“We mixed it up nicely."

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    Age: 38 years 78 daysPlaying role: Top-order batsmanBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Right-arm medium

  • Rohit Sharma captain

    Age: 25 years 311 daysPlaying role: Top-order batsmanBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Right-arm offbreak

  • Abu Nechim

    Age: 24 years 122 daysPlaying role: BowlerBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Right-arm medium-fast

  • Amitoze Singh

    Age: 24 years 21 daysBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Right-arm medium

  • Aiden Blizzard overseas player

    Age: 28 years 253 daysPlaying role: BatsmanBatting: Left-hand batBowling: Left-arm medium

  • Jasprit Bumrah

    Age: 19 years 91 daysPlaying role: BowlerBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Right-arm fast-medium

  • Yuzvendra Chahal

    Age: 22 years 227 daysPlaying role: BowlerBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Legbreak googly

  • Nathan Coulter-Nile overseas player

    Age: 25 years 147 daysPlaying role: BowlerBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Right-arm fast

  • Rishi Dhawan

    Age: 23 years 16 daysPlaying role: AllrounderBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Right-arm medium-fast

  • James Franklin overseas player

    Age: 32 years 120 daysPlaying role: AllrounderBatting: Left-hand batBowling: Left-arm medium

  • Harbhajan Singh

    Age: 32 years 247 daysPlaying role: BowlerBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Right-arm offbreak

  • Phillip Hughes overseas player

    Age: 24 years 97 daysPlaying role: Opening batsmanBatting: Left-hand bat

  • Javed Khan

    Age: 19 years 240 daysBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Right-arm fast-medium

  • Mitchell Johnson overseas player

    Age: 31 years 125 daysPlaying role: BowlerBatting: Left-hand batBowling: Left-arm fast

  • Dinesh Karthik wicketkeeper

    Age: 27 years 279 daysPlaying role: Wicketkeeper batsmanBatting: Right-hand bat

  • Dhawal Kulkarni

    Age: 24 years 87 daysPlaying role: BowlerBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Right-arm medium

  • Lasith Malinga overseas player

    Age: 29 years 191 daysPlaying role: BowlerBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Right-arm fast

  • Sushant Marathe

    Age: 27 years 142 daysPlaying role: WicketkeeperBatting: Left-hand batBowling: Legbreak googly

  • Glenn Maxwell overseas player

    Age: 24 years 144 daysPlaying role: Batting allrounderBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Right-arm offbreak

  • Pragyan Ojha

    Age: 26 years 183 daysPlaying role: BowlerBatting: Left-hand batBowling: Slow left-arm orthodox

  • Jacob Oram overseas player

    Age: 34 years 222 daysPlaying role: AllrounderBatting: Left-hand batBowling: Right-arm fast-medium

  • Axar Patel

    Age: 19 years 46 daysPlaying role: Bowling allrounderBatting: Left-hand batBowling: Slow left-arm orthodox

  • Munaf Patel

    Age: 29 years 238 daysPlaying role: BowlerBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Right-arm medium-fast

  • Kieron Pollard overseas player

    Age: 25 years 299 daysPlaying role: AllrounderBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Right-arm medium-fast

  • Ambati Rayudu

    Age: 27 years 165 daysPlaying role: Middle-order batsmanBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Right-arm offbreak

  • Jalaj Saxena

    Age: 26 years 82 daysBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Right-arm offbreak

  • Dwayne Smith overseas player

    Age: 29 years 329 daysPlaying role: AllrounderBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Right-arm medium

  • Pawan Suyal

    Age: 23 years 143 daysPlaying role: BowlerBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Left-arm medium

  • Aditya Tare wicketkeeper

    Age: 25 years 120 daysPlaying role: WicketkeeperBatting: Right-hand bat

  • Sachin Tendulkar

    Age: 39 years 317 daysPlaying role: Top-order batsmanBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Right-arm offbreak

  • Suryakumar Yadav

    Age: 22 years 174 daysPlaying role: BatsmanBatting: Right-hand batBowling: Right-arm medium

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