Mumbai Indians vs Kolkata Knight Riders Live Score, Over 6 to 10 Latest Cricket Score Updates

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View commentary and full scorecard of the match between Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders being played at Dr. D.Y.Patil Stadium Academy, Navi Mumbai.

9.6 overs (1 Run)
End of over with a single. Punch the ball with front foot, one run is given. 87/1 Kolkata|

9.5 overs (1 run)
Excellent fielding by point fielder. Made a fine slide, hit a four and saved three runs for the team. The batsman played a cut shot to the ball outside off-stump. The fielder stopped the ball while diving to his right.

9.4 overs (1 Run)
Another single coming here. Pulls shot and gets a run.

9.3 overs (1 run)
Use of depth of crease by the batsman. Guided it towards third man, got only one run.

9.2 overs (1 Run)
This time the short ball was pulled over the leg side. The ball went away from the fielder from where it became a chance to dingle.

9.1 overs (4 runs)
shot!!! Brilliant cut shot for four runs. Let the ball come to the head, the shot played in front of the eyes !! Between point and covers fielder, the ball crosses the boundary line for four runs.

Time out is indicated by the umpire. There is a time of two and a half minutes, so now from here both the teams will be seen making different strategies…

8.6 overs (1 Run)
Short on length, Rahane plays a pull shot towards mid-wicket. Fielders were stationed in the deep, due to which only one run could be got. 78/1 Kolkata|

8.5 overs (0 Run)
not out!! Batsman Rahane narrowly escaped here. Stumping was appealed by the keeper but the third umpire, after seeing the replays, said that the foot had come in at the right time, due to which it was declared not out. Went for a big shot and the batsmen were completely beaten by the turn. The keeper blew the bells with lightning, after which this appeal was made.

8.4 overs (1 Run)
Single will be found here. Playing reverse sweep, took a run from third man.

8.3 overs (0 Run)
Another dot ball!! Drives the ball to the covers and it doesn’t get run.

8.2 overs (1 Run)
Single will be found here. Pushed the ball and got a single.

8.1 overs (0 Run)
Dot Ball!! Tried to play a square cut shot but there was no contact with the ball.

7.6 overs (1 run)
On the ball forward, the batsman flicks it towards short mid-wicket and takes a run.

7.5 overs (1 run)
Leg spin ball on the pads line. Batsman flicks it towards short fine leg and takes a single.

7.4 overs (0 Run)
Catch appeals but umpire does not seem to agree. Rohit spoke to keeper Kishan but did not take a review. This is the right decision as there is no contact between the ball and the bat here. The batsman had gone to reverse shot but was beaten by the turn. There was a fine take by the keeper followed by an appeal. no run

7.3 overs (0 Run)
Dot Ball!! Flick shot was played but the ball went straight to the fielder.

7.2 overs (1 Run)
This time, watching the turn with light hands, played the ball on the off side. Got a single from the gap.

7.1 overs (4 runs)
Choke! Sweep the leg spin ball towards fine leg. Down the leg side it was the ball which just showed the direction. The bowler has to change the line here.
Mumbai vs Kolkata: Match 56: Ajinkya Rahane hits Murugan Ashwin for a 4!  KKR 72/1 (7.1 Ov).  CRR: 10.05

6.6 overs (0 Run)
Sams ends a tight over with a dot ball. Went to put the ball on the body to pull it on the leg side but dodge it at speed. After hitting the gloves, the ball went towards the keeper after taking a hit. No run

6.6 overs (1 Run)
Wide!!! Directionless bowling, loses momentum trying to do something different and ball is placed too far outside leg stump, umpire signs it wide, has to hold the line on the next ball here.

6.5 overs (0 Run)
Good length, wanted to tap the ball to the off side. The ball came inside and hit the inner part of the bat and went to the leg side. No run

6.4 overs (0 Run)
Surprised the batsman with a short pitch ball. Ducked completely on the line of the ball. By a right thinking bowler. Need to bowl tight

6.3 overs (2 runs)
Pads the ball to the leg side. The fielders were away from the ball, taking advantage of which the batsmen stole two runs.

6.2 overs (0 Run)
No run, flick shot played but ball goes straight to fielder.

6.1 overs (1 Run)
Single will be found here. The batsman chips the ball towards mid-wicket and adds one run to the team’s account.

Power play is over!!! 64/1 Kolkata after 6 overs. Ajinkya Rahane is currently batting with Nitish Rana at the crease. Kumar Karthikeya gave Mumbai a wicket here…

5.6 overs (4 runs)
Choke! End of a successful over with a boundary. A big wicket comes from this over. The ball on the off-stump is played in the direction of covers. A gap is found and a boundary is achieved. 6 after 64/1 Kolkata|
Mumbai vs Kolkata: Match 56: Nitish Rana hits Kumar Kartikeya for a 4!  KKR 64/1 (6.0 Ov).  CRR: 10.67

5.5 overs (0 Run)
On the off-stump, Rana plays towards point. Couldn’t get run

Nitish Rana came to the field to bat…

5.4 overs (0 Run)
Out!! Catch Out!! c Daniel Sams b Kumar Karthikeya| End of 60 runs partnership. Kartikeya gives break through. Flyed ball outside off-stump. Tempted the batsman for a big shot. Iyer went to hit him with a cross bat but was dodged by pace and turn. Miss time shot and the ball blossomed in the air towards point from where the point fielder took a fine judged catch while coming down. 60/1 Kolkata|
Mumbai vs Kolkata: Match 56: WICKET!  Venkatesh Iyer c Daniel Sams b Kumar Kartikeya 43 (24b, 3x4, 4x6).  KKR 60/1 (5.4 Ov).  CRR: 10.59

5.3 overs (6 runs)
six! Fizzy Hit!! Wow!! This ball has crossed the boundary line. The batsman sensed the length of the ball and slog-sweeped it outside the ground for six runs. Iyer is seen playing freely.
Mumbai vs Kolkata: Match 56: It's a SIX!  Venkatesh Iyer hits Kumar Kartikeya.  KKR 60/0 (5.3 Ov).  CRR: 10.91

5.2 overs (2 runs)
Fantastic Half Stop by Sams. Four saved for the team. Will get two runs. The ball was cut in the direction of point where a good fielding was seen.

5.1 overs (4 runs)
Outer edge and four! Attack is the best form of defense!! This time he went to hit over mid-wicket. The ball turned and took the outer edge of the bat, and with great speed from the gap of the slip, crossed the third man boundary for four runs.
Mumbai vs Kolkata: Match 56: Venkatesh Iyer hits Kumar Kartikeya for a 4!  KKR 52/0 (5.1 Ov).  CRR: 10.06

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