Jasprit Bumrah, MI, KKR
Jasprit Bumrah [Photo-Twitter]
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Fans on Twitter had a lot to talk about on Sunday as two breath-taking games of cricket were panned out last night in IPL 2020. Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami were also the focal points of the conversation. Both the games went in the super over and the second one, went a step ahead, as it had two super overs. However, after the showdown ended, the cricket fans were absolutely amazed by the efforts pulled off from Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami.

Both the pacers played an integral part in the game between Mumbai Indians (MI) and Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) as it went down as one of the most thrilling contests in the history of the tournament. Mumbai and Punjab played two super overs, the first of which, was bowled by Indian bowling greats, Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami.

MI, KXIP, SRH, KKR, Jasprit Bumrah
Jasprit Bumrah [Photo-Twitter]
Both the bowlers nailed the super over in a format that is believed to be ruled by the batsmen. Twitter couldn’t help but praise the Indian pace duo of Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami as they put on a splendid show in Dubai.

Twitter Lauds Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami For Their Valour In Dubai

In the first super over, Jasprit Bumrah bowled the over for Mumbai Indians and gave away only six runs. For Kings XI Punjab, Mohammed Shami came out to bowl and he too gave away only six runs. In this manner, the super over was also tied and the game went into the second super over wherein KXIP won the game against Mumbai.

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KXIP, Mohammed Shami
Mohammed Shami [Photo-Twitter]
As the two bowlers ran the show in Dubai, we bring you the best of the tweets that just go on to show how dominant a pace battery Indian bowling has emerged.

Kings XI Punjab eventually managed to win the second super over after putting in a lot of efforts and won their third game of the tournament so far. It will be interesting to see as to how Punjab carry the winning run from hereon as a loss in this season might now prove to be the last for Punjab.