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Lucknow Super Giants snatch #1 crown from Gujarat Titans points table KKR poised to exit IPL 2022


Lucknow Super Giants led by KL Rahul crushed the Shreyas Iyer of Kolkata’s Knight Riders by 75 throws in the 53rd match of the IPL 2022. Hitting first, Lucknow had set a 177 goal against Kolkata on the basis of a half century for Quinton de Kock. Against this score, the entire KKR team assembled for 101 rounds in 14.3 overs. Lucknow Super Giants snatched the Gujarat Titans’ #1 crown from Hardik Pandya in the points table with a landslide victory. Lucknow is on top on the basis of 16 points and a better net run rate than Gujarat. Meanwhile, the Kolkata Knight Riders have to face the seventh defeat in this eleventh match. Shreyas Iyer’s team is on the verge of exiting the knockout race with this defeat.

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The Kolkata Knight Riders won the lottery and were elected first in this match. Shreyas Ayer made a good start to the team initially by defeating in-form captain KL Rahul. Rahul returned to the ward without opening the account. Next, Quinton de Kock (50) and Deepak Hooda (41) added 71 points for the second wicket. After a good start, Marcus Stoines (28) and Jason Holder (13) finished the roles brilliantly. Both batsmen together hit 5 sixes on the 19th. During this, Stoinis was sent off for three sixes, while Holder shot two back from six on the last two balls. Lucknow scored 176 runs by losing 7 wickets in 20 increments. Russell earned a maximum of two blades.

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Chasing the target, the Kolkata Knights Riders didn’t have a good start. Papa Inderjet returned to the ward the first time. She threw Lucknow hard from the start. The fourth time, he showed the way to the flank to captain Shreyas Ayer and in the sixth part, Finch. KKR couldn’t keep up after losing three wickets in powerplay. Andre Russell came later and played a stormy role 45 times on 19 balls, but he could not convince the team to win. Avish Khan and Jason Holder took three wickets each in Lucknow.

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