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             When you build up for one versus two, you surely don't build up mentally for an 82 all-out. It was almost a case of one trying to underperform the other with the bat, before Lucknow went totally bust. It might be a pretty unpopular opinion, but both these teams have a lot to sort out in their batting. Anyway, we'll save the ranting for another night. Gujarat can celebrate their official qualification, and we, head out for the night. This was me, Vineet Anantharaman, typing it out for you in the company of Akshay Maanay, Pradeep Krishnamurthy, Abhinand Raghavendran, and our scorer, Siva. Until next time, with hopefully a better pitch and a better contest, ta ta!!
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             Shubman Gill | MoM: Always pleasing when you're there till the end and finish the game for your team. I didn't expect the ball to seam as much at the start. It was nipping around, and then I expected the spinners to get some turn. I think they didn't bowl up much. Had Krunal pitched it up, it would have been tougher. It helped us turn the singles over. Not a lot of people gave us a chance at the start, but great to qualify now. The ground was soft and I had a bit of back issues, but hopefully it would all be fine.
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             Hardik Pandya | Winning captain: Really, really proud of the boys. It is a great effort to qualify before the 14th game in this league. To be honest, in the last game, we kind of thought that the game was over before it was over. We were always under pressure in all the other games that we won, and we felt that we'd finish off the last game with the kind of batting we had. That was learning we took. We just wanted to be ruthless today, and relax post game. I rate Sai Kishore quite high as a left-arm spinner. Because of the kind of fast bowlers we had, it wasn't possible to play him and Jayant Yadav. Lucknow were a bit short in their lengths, and fuller lengths were working. Our bowlers did everything that we asked of them, and we ticked all boxes today. I always feel that if you lose a game like the one we lost in our last game, we win and lose games as a team. Yes, we did not do what we wanted to do. We messed it up, but we messed it up as a team. Everyone stood by each other, and we had a get-together post game and made sure the vibe was always there. We were still on second spot and that meant we were doing something right.
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             Rashid Khan: Those couple of games which did not go well was all about my line and length. That was something I was missing in those games. The pace I bowl and action I have, I cannot afford to lose my line and length, it was about focusing on hitting the right area. The wicket was helping today with bounce and turn, but overall it was about bowling in the right areas. They (the pacers) have given us a platform where we can come and put the pressure. In a chase like 140-145 you need to have a good powerplay and the seamers gave us that. This is a very crucial part of the competition, it is all about the process whether we win or lose, we should keep the same process. We have to get better day by day and have to keep doing good things. Now the focus should be on playing good cricket and enjoying ourselves. I think Holder's wicket was crucial at that time and I had planned it, to bowl the leggie from middle stump.
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             KL Rahul | Losing captain: It looked like a tricky wicket, that's how it's played here for the last 2 or 3 games that we have played here. We knew it was a low-scoring game, we knew it was a tricky and challenging pitch, we bowled really well. Restricting a team under 150 on any pitch is commendable and the bowlers did their job. We should have batted a lot better. Some poor shot selections, a run-out didn't help, good learning for us, hopefully we can learn from a loss like this. Sometimes you need a little bit of a reminder to keep turning up every game and keep trying to do our best. These low totals, you want to make use of the powerplay. For me and Quinton, it was about getting the team off to a good start, not necessarily getting off to a 60-run powerplay but to get to at least 35 or 45 without losing too many wickets would have been an ideal. We knew the pitch was going to grip a bit and scoring runs after the powerplay might be a bit difficult. We took a couple of chances and that didn't come off. We knew their spinners were going to be really difficult to score off. We have to find ways to score against good oppositions on tricky pitches. That's something we need to learn and figure out.
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             Winning margins in the last 5 matches 75 runs 67 runs 91 runs 52 runs 62 runs
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             Most wickets in T20s in 2022 Rashid Khan 40 (27 Mats) Sandeep Lamichhane 38 (23 Mats) Dwayne Bravo 34 (19 Mats) Jason Holder 29 (17 Mats)
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             Rashid Khan's best figures in IPL 4-24 v LSG 2022 3-7 v DC 2020 3-12 v PBKS 2020
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             22:47 Local Time: Let's make it official -- Gujarat Titans become the first team in the 2022 season of the IPL to qualify for the play-offs. They've not just defended 144, they've defended it with over six overs to spare. Coming into this contest on the back of two defeats, looking quite rusty at the start, and from a stage when their innings had absolutely no momentum with the bat, they finish with their bowlers simply tearing through Lucknow's timid batting order. The pitch was sticky, yes, but surely wasn't as bad as the scorecard suggests, with just three batsmen out of the eleven getting into double digits. Two of those three are scores of 11 and 12. Yes, it's been that bad. The pacers started off the damage, sending Quinton, Rahul and Karan Sharma back inside the powerplay. And then the spinners just took over, ripping it around, drawing false shots, drawing silly shots, and cleaning it up quickly. Rashid was back to being a magician, Sai Kishore was very impressive on debut, and most importantly, Saha was a gun behind the stumps. Stick around, we'll bring you the presentations ..
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             13.5Rashid Khan to Avesh Khan, out Caught by W Saha!! A big hack across the line, a miss, and a prolonged appeal from Saha. Rashid had nothing. Oh yes, UltraEdge shows a scratch. Gujarat successfully complete a proper mauling. And quite fittingly, it's the Rashid-Saha combo finishing it off. Avesh Khan c W Saha b Rashid Khan 12(4) [6s-2]
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             Rashid Khan to Avesh Khan, THATS OUT!! Caught!!
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             DRS: Gujarat review a caught-behind.
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             13.4 Rashid Khan to Avesh Khan, no run, another wild leg-cleared slog, but the ball dips in front of his bat, and spins just over the stumps
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             13.3 Rashid Khan to Avesh Khan, SIX, and cleaner. Rashid goes short, Avesh rocks back, swipes, and heaves it way over backward square leg
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             13.2 Rashid Khan to Avesh Khan, SIX, wow, that's how you play hat-trick deliveries .. with a proper bludgeon, sitting and smoking it over the waiting fielder at long-on
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             Avesh Khan, right handed bat, comes to the crease
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             13.1 Rashid Khan to Hooda, out Caught by Shami!! Okay, Hooda's not wasting any time either. He ain't hanging around. And so he looks to sweep a delivery on middle-stump, which bounces extra, takes the top-edge, and balloons straight back over the keeper, so damn slowly that Shami has enough time to run across from short fine leg. Hooda c Shami b Rashid Khan 27(26) [4s-3]
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             Rashid Khan to Hooda, THATS OUT!! Caught!!
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             Dushmantha Chameera, right handed bat, comes to the crease
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             Sai: With the pitches slowing up, bowlers like Rashid, Chahal and Hasaranga are going to be even more dangerous now.
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             Time-out. From an under-par target, this has become a case of nine-pins. Lucknow are just falling apart.
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