New Delhi: In IPL 2023, two big stars of Indian cricket are going to be face to face once again. This scene will be seen for the second time in the 16th season. The only difference would be that the ground would have changed. Last time Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli clashed on the ground of Bengaluru. This time the encounter is on the pitch of Mumbai. However, this time’s fight with the last time is important because the 11-year-old record is going to be targeted.
This match is important for both the teams in terms of the condition of the points table of IPL 2023. After playing 10-10 matches, both the teams have only 10-10 points in the points table. But the run rate of Royal Challengers Bangalore is slightly higher, so at the moment the advantage is with them. The Mumbai team would like to snatch the same advantage from RCB on their home ground today. But for this it is necessary to win.
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11 year old record on target in Mumbai-Bangalore match!
When Rohit and Virat will be seen on the Wankhede ground pushing for victory, then the 11-year-old record will also be on target. The record whose equal can also be seen in this match. This is because Wankhede is counted in the chasing ground.
What is 11 years old record?
So far in IPL 2023, the team which has chased runs 6 times has won the match on the last ball. More times this happened only 11 years ago i.e. in IPL 2012. Then the team that chased runs 7 times won the match on the last ball. Now if any team from Mumbai Indians or Royal Challengers Bangalore chases runs and wins the match on the last ball, then that record made 11 years ago There will be equality.
By the way, if the match is between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore, then you must consider it to be exciting. Both the teams have amazing batsmen and in the same season when these two clashed, a total of 20 sixes were hit in the match. Something similar can be seen in this match as it rains runs even in Wankhede.
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