A powerplay is the name for the fielding restrictions in limited overs cricket. Unlike Test cricket, the fielders are spread out to save runs in limited overs cricket. The powerplay rule (Restrictions on the placement of fielders), along with a number of other factors, has contributed to the big scores (300+) in modern One Day Internationals.
The second-lowest score in powerplay was scored at Chennai during the first leg of IPL 2021. Mumbai’s batsmen struggled to put the balls away on the slow track of MA Chidambaram Stadium. Their first five games were played over there and they could only manage to secure two wins.
Delhi Capitals head coach Ricky Ponting has blamed his team's inability to score more runs in the Powerplay as one of the things that contributed a great deal to his teams three wickets defeat to Kolkata Knight Riders in a thrilling Qualifier 2 at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium.
5 Lowest Powerplay Totals in IPL 2021 25 runs- Kolkata Knight Riders vs RR at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai Image Source: Twitter. The fifth lowest powerplay total in IPL 2021 was actually scored at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. It was the 18 th match played between Kolkata Knight Riders and Rajasthan Royals. Nitish Rana and Shubman Gill opened the innings for KKR in the first innings.
Powerplay is the term given to a set of overs with special fielding rules during a limited overs cricket match. During a powerplay, only 2 fielders are allowed outside the 30-yard circle for the first 10 overs in an ODI match and first 6 overs of a T20 match. There are no powerplay rules in a Test Match. If the 30-yards circle seems a bit ...
He has 2728 runs in his overall IPL career at a strike rate of 155. In the powerplay, he has 1568 runs, including 44 sixes and 229 fours. Although he did not possess much feet movement, Sehwag’s hand-eye coordination enabled him to play shots all across the pitch. #2 Prithvi Shaw – 144.76
Ponting singled out the lack of enough runs as the biggest factor in the team's defeat, saying the power-play was the difference. Rahul Tripathi struck a stunning six in the penultimate delivery after opener Venkatesh Iyer's brilliant half century to help KKR chase down DC's target of 136 and enter the IPL final.
Power player of the season – Venkatesh Iyer (KKR) KKR’s biggest find of the Vivo IPL 2021, Venkatesh Iyer won three Power Player of the Match award to finally win the Power Player of the Season award. He scored 370 runs from 10 matches and most of his runs came in the power play overs. Most Valuable Asset of the season – Harshal Patel
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