‘Capitalise on a brilliant team effort’ – Fans praise India capitals after a massive win against Bhilwara Kings

Solomon Mire played a match-defining knock of 82 runs off just 38 balls to win the match for India capitals.

India Capitals

India Capitals and Bhilwara Kings locked horns with each other in the fourth match of the Legends League Cricket. Batting first, India’s capital posted a total of 198 runs for the loss of five wickets in the allotted 20 overs. While chasing the target, Bhilwara Kings fell short of the target and got bundled up only on the score of 120 runs.

Fans went on heap their praises on the performance of the capitals against the Kings. They took to Twitter for appreciating the performance of the players of capitals.

Here’s how Twitter reacted to the win of India’s capitals:

Speaking of the match, then Bhilwara Kings’ skipper and former veteran Indian all-rounder Irfan won the toss and decided to bowl first. Batting first, the Capitals got an early blow in the form of Gautam Gambhir only on the score of 24 runs. But the blistering knock of 82 runs off just 38 balls from Solomon Mire with seven boundaries and six sixes to his name.

Other than him, former Zimbabwean great Hamilton Masakadza also played an excellent knock of 48 runs off 30 balls with six boundaries and a six in his account. On the backs of these knocks, India’s capital managed to post a big total of 198 runs for the loss of five wickets.

While chasing the target, the Capitals seemed to struggle from the very beginning and Tanmay Srivastava was the only highest run-scorer with a knock of 27 runs. Capitals’ bowlers bundled up the Kings only on the score of 120 runs in 19.2 overs.

Solomon Mire was adjudged player of the match for his match-defining knock for the India capitals.

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