IPL 2021 KKR vs MI: Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma has a chance to beat Virat Kohli-Suresh Raina, many records can be made in the match

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Chennai: The fifth match of IPL 2021 will be played between Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and Mumbai Indians (MI) at the MA Chidambaram Cricket Stadium (MA Chidambaram) in Chennai on Tuesday. Mumbai Indians had to face defeat against RCB in the first match. On the other hand, KKR beat SRH to become second in the points table. Rohit Sharma Dance Video: Mumbai Indians players shouted at Marathi songs, Rohit Sharma performs

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Now new records are being made in every match in IPL. In this case, the players of both teams will have a chance to make many brilliant and interesting records. Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma also has a chance today to leave behind this record of Virat Kohli and Suresh Raina. In the match held on Monday, Rajasthan Royals captain Sanju Samson set a new record. Sanju Samson scored a century in his first match as captain. Earlier, Delhi Capitals captain Shreyas Iyer had scored an innings of 93 against KKR in the year 2018.

A look at the possible records made in the match-

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Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma has a great chance to beat Suresh Raina and Virat Kohli’s 39 half-centuries by scoring half-centuries in this match. If Rohit Sharma hits a half-century in today’s match, then he will come in third place after David Warner, Shikhar Dhawan on the matter of scoring a half-century.

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If Mumbai Indians explosive Kieron Pollard hits 2 sixes in this match, he will complete his 200 sixes in IPL and become the sixth batsman to hit 200 sixes in IPL. Before that, these Karnamas have done Gayle, de Villiers, Dhoni, Virat and Rohit.

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If KKR batsman Karun Nair scored 20 runs in this match, then he will complete 1500 runs of his IPL career. Those who do so will become the 54th batsman.

Mumbai Indians all-rounder Krunal Pandya is 3 wickets away from his 50 wickets in the IPL. If he took 3 wickets in this match, he would become the 52nd bowler to do so.

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KKR’s most dangerous bowler Sunil Narayan has taken four wickets in the IPL so far 6 times. If Narayan gets a four wicket hall in this match too, he will leave the former Mumbai Indian bowler Lasith Malinga’s 6 four wicket hall behind and become the highest four wicket hall bowler in the IPL.

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