Bolt’s luck didn’t change in the super over in IPL 2020


However, Kiwi pacer bowled hard in the 20th over against Kings XI Punjab.

Will Trent Bolt’s super over luck no longer be auspicious? New Zealand could not win the Super Over in the final of the 2019 World Cup. Bolt could not lead the Mumbai Indians to victory in the IPL over on Sunday.

However, Kiwi pacer bowled hard in the 20th over against Kings XI Punjab. Punjab needed nine runs. Bolt did not give more than eight runs. KL Rahul’s team got the boundary due to good luck. The match was played in the super over courtesy of that over by Bolt. However, in the first super over, Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma did not give him the ball. But the second over was super as there was no decision in that too.

Kieron Pollard batted first in the second super over and scored 11 runs. The responsibility of defending that run fell on Bolt’s shoulders. But he didn’t make a good start against Chris Gayle. The yorker is off target. Gayle hit a six in that foult. He took one run in the next ball. But Mayank Agarwal hit two fours in the third and fourth balls. Bolt did not do well in both the balls. The first was absolutely in the open space of the batsman’s hand. The fourth ball was a full toss. As a result, Punjab won the match in a tense situation.

Although the situation was different, Bolt could not cross the boundary of the team in the World Cup final. He bowled the first 15 runs. Absolutely could not bowl well. In the end, the Bolts had to finish the World Cup as runners based on the number of boundaries. He could not match himself under the pressure of the service. But he was in great form in the World Cup.