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Pat Cummins, playing his first match of this season in the match between Kolkata and Mumbai Indians in IPL on Wednesday, created panic. He scored 56 runs in just 15 balls. In the 16th over, 35 runs came off his bat. His strike rate was 373.33. This Kangaroo player hit 4 fours and 6 sixes in the match. In his innings of 56 runs, 52 runs came from fours and sixes.
Cummins made his half-century in just 14 balls. With this, this Australian player has also equaled the 4-year-old record of KL Rahul. Rahul played for Punjab in the 2018 IPL and scored a fifty in 14 balls against Delhi. This was the fastest fifty in IPL history. Cummins also hit a fifty in 14 balls against Mumbai.
Daniel Sams will never forget this over
Daniel Sams came to do the 16th over of the match for Mumbai. Cummins scored 35 runs in this over. Let us tell you how Cummins scored 35 runs in the over.
15.1: Sams hits a full length ball to Cummins which Cummins sends it outside long on the boundary.
15.2: Sams bowled a full toss second ball to Cummins, the ball was slightly outside the stump and it went for 4 runs outside the long on boundary.
15.3: The third ball was again hit for a six by Cummins over mid-wicket.
15.4: Cummins also sent the fourth ball over fine leg for a six. Next ball Sams bowled a no ball and two runs were also scored on this ball.
15.5: Cummins got a free hit and hit his fifty with a brilliant boundary towards deep square leg.
15.6: Cummins hit a six off the last ball and ended the match. With this win, Kolkata’s team has come to number one on the points table.