Watch: Jasprit Bumrah castles Liam Livingstone with a searing yorker

Jasprit Bumrah and Liam Livingstone
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In the game between Mumbai Indians and Punjab Kings, Jasprit Bumrah bowled a searing yorker to end Liam Livingstone’s stay at the crease. Mumbai Indians entered the field against the Punjab-based franchise in desperate need of a win.

The skipper Rohit Sharma won the toss and invited the opposition to bat first. Punjab Kings remained unchanged, while Ramandeep Singh was replaced by Tymal Mills in the MI’s playing 11.

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As per the reputation, Punjab Kings were off to a flyer courtesy of a solid partnership at the top between Mayank Agarwal and Shikhar Dhawan. However, Mumbai Indians mounted a mini-comeback after dismissing Mayank Agarwal and Jonny Bairstow in quick succession. Liam Livingstone entered the arena, and the skipper Rohit Sharma recalled his most lethal weapon Jasprit Bumrah in search of more wickets.

Jasprit Bumrah ends Liam Livingstone’s short stay at the crease

Boom-Boom came to bowl the 15th over of Punjab’s innings as Livingstone was still trying to get his eyes in. However, the premier pace bowler found his mojo back and bowled a toe-crushing yorker to make a mess of Liam Livingstone’s stumps. The English all-rounder only managed two runs off three deliveries during his short stay.

It was a massive wicket in the game’s context, given the devastating form of Liam Livingstone. Jasprit Bumrah ended a beautiful spell of pace bowling for 28/1 in four overs. He finished the night as the most economical bowler for the Blues.

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Mumbai Indians failed to win another game

It has been a horrible season for the five-time champions as they were drowned to their fifth consecutive win this season. While the youngster Dewald Brevis, Tilak Verma, and Suryakumar Yadav tried their best to overhaul the target set by Punjab Kings, they didn’t get enough support from the senior batters. Odean Smith accounted for three wickets to secure a 12-runs win in the last over.

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