Gujarat Titans beat Mumbai Indians within the qualifier 2 and stormed into the final match of IPL 2023. GT registered a straightforward win by 62 runs on Friday. They will now face Chennai Super Kings within the summit clash on May 28, Sunday. In the sport, MI gained the toss and opted to bowl. Coming to bat first, GT registered a large rating of 233/3. Coming to chase, Mumbai had been bundled out for 171 runs in 18.2 overs.
While on the one hand, Shubman Gill was favoured by luck as his catch was dropped when he was on 30 runs and he went on to register a superb whole of 129 runs off simply 60 balls. Luck was not so good for his or her rivals, Mumbai Indians as Ishan Kishan received injured and he couldn’t even get down to bat. MI skipper Rohit Sharma was additionally injured on the sector. However, he got here to open the innings however couldn’t put many runs on the board. Nehal Wadhera who got here to open the innings with him additionally received dismissed early. After this, Cameron Green was seen in good rhythm however he too received injured and retired harm. Tilak Varma performed a superb innings however might be dismissed too. Green got here after that however couldn’t do a lot for the staff. In the top, there have been hopes that Suryakumar may chase the goal, he too received out after scoring 61 runs. Mohit Sharma additionally contributed considerably for Gujarat on this victory as he took 5 wickets by conceding simply 10 runs.
This is the second season for Gujarat Titans and the staff has reached the final clash for the second time in a row. Last season, the staff gained the title by defeating Rajasthan Royals within the final. It has additionally turn out to be the primary staff to play within the final of its first two seasons.
Mumbai Indians Playing XI: Ishan Kishan(w), Rohit Sharma(c), Cameron Green, Suryakumar Yadav, Tilak Varma, Tim David, Chris Jordan, Piyush Chawla, Jason Behrendorff, Kumar Kartikeya, Akash Madhwal
Gujarat Titans Playing XI: Wriddhiman Saha(w), Shubman Gill, Sai Sudharsan, Vijay Shankar, Hardik Pandya(c), David Miller, Rahul Tewatia, Rashid Khan, Mohit Sharma, Noor Ahmad, Mohammed Shami