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Mumbai Indians opener Quinton Dickock placed the 13th fifty. He scored 78 runs off 44 balls. He was also voted Man of the Match.
Mumbai Indians wicketkeeper batsman Quinton Dickock left for practice batting on Friday. After the match, team coach Mahela Jayawardene congratulated Dickock for a better innings and said he should not go back to batting in practice pants. The marketing team may feel bad. Mumbai Indians shared a video of the dressing room. In this, Jayawardene is seen telling Dickock not to go back to practice pants.
In this match, Mumbai Indians defeated Kolkata Knight Riders by 8 wickets. Dickock placed his 13th Fifty. He scored 78 runs off 44 balls. He was also voted Man of the Match. Kolkata gave a target of 149 runs. Mumbai won the match by scoring 149 runs for 2 wickets in 16.5 overs. Apart from Dickock, captain Rohit Sharma scored 35 runs. While Hardik Pandya scored 21 runs.
On top in mumbai point table
Mumbai Indians top the points table. It has 12 points. Mumbai has won 6 out of the eight matches played so far, while two have lost.
Dickock said – we had not made any specific strategy
Dickock said that we had not made any specific strategy before the match. We know what our team’s strengths are. Our team is very experienced. We only need to do our best on the ground. He said that the preparations for the play-offs have not started yet. We think about one match at a time. Whatever it is, we have to keep things simple. It is not in our hands to play in the playoffs. But playing better is in our hands. Mumbai Indians next face Kings XI Punjab.