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Tewatiya became a one man army, single-handedly turned the tables, Gujarat scored a 'four' of victory

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale  - Senior Editor
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This is the fourth win of Gujarat Titans in 8 matches.
This is the sixth defeat of Punjab Kings in eight matches.

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New Delhi. Gujarat Titans registered their fourth win in IPL 2024 by defeating Punjab Kings by 3 wickets in a low scoring match. Chasing the target of 143 runs, Gujarat Titans team won the match by scoring 146 runs at the loss of 7 wickets in 19.1 overs. Gujarat has 8 points in 8 matches while this is the sixth defeat of Punjab Kings in 8 matches. With this victory, Gujarat Titans has moved straight from 8th to 6th in the points table. Rahul Tewatia stood firm in this match like a one man army. He single-handedly turned the tables. Tewatia scored unbeaten 36 runs on 18 balls. He led Gujarat to victory by four wickets.

Chasing the target of 143 runs, Gujarat Titans got a half-century start from the opening pair of Wriddhiman Saha and Shubhman Gill. Both of them made a partnership of 66 runs for the first wicket. Saha was out after scoring 13 runs while captain Gill returned to the pavilion after scoring 35 runs in 29 balls. Saha was caught by Arshdeep Singh at the hands of Ashutosh Sharma while Gill was caught by Liam Livingstone at the hands of Kagiso Rabada. Livingstone sent David Miller to the pavilion on a personal score of 4 runs. Sam Curran clean bowled Sai Sudarshan on his personal score of 31 runs. Azmatullah Umarzai was sent to the pavilion by Harshal Patel on the personal score of 13 runs. Rashid Khan was out after scoring 3 runs. Harshal Patel took 3 wickets for Punjab and 2 wickets went to Livingstone's account.

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Sai Kishore shines in bowling
Earlier, the spinners of Gujarat Titans led by R Sai Kishore destroyed Punjab's batting order and dismissed them for 142 runs. Punjab Kings, who were playing the worst in the powerplay this season, started slowly and scored 45 runs without any loss in 5 overs. After this, Sai Kishore, Rashid Khan and Noor Ahmed did not allow Punjab's batsmen to play freely. Sai Kishore took 4 wickets for 33 runs while Rashid took one wicket for 15 runs and Ahmed took two wickets for 20 runs.

Prabhsimran was out after scoring 35 runs.
For Punjab, Prabhsimran Singh returned to form by scoring 35 runs in 21 balls. He was out in the sixth over and after that wickets kept falling continuously. After hitting Mohit Sharma for a six over third man, Prabhasimran was caught behind the wicket. The spin trio broke the back of Punjab's batting. Left arm spinner Sai Kishore troubled the opposition batsmen a lot by bringing variety in his pace. Ahmed and Rashid created pressure from the other end. Ahmed gave out LBW to Rilee Rossow (09 runs). Whereas captain Sam Curran became the victim of Rashid after scoring 20 runs in 19 balls. He was surprised when he was given out LBW on DRS.

Harpreet Brar scored 29 runs in 12 balls
His fellow England batsman Liam Livingstone scored six runs in nine balls and was caught by Rahul Tewatia at first slip off Ahmed's ball. Sai Kishore dismissed Jitesh Sharma in the 12th over who scored 13 runs in 12 balls. Shashank Singh and Ashutosh Sharma, who were the best performers for Punjab in this season, also got out cheaply. Harpreet Brar scored 29 runs in 12 balls and took the team beyond 140.

tag: gujarat titans, ipl 2024, punjab kings, Sam Curran, Shubman Gill

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