four-wicket haul restricted Lucknow Super Giants to 153 for 8 in 20
overs against Punjab Kings at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium on
Friday. Quinton de Kock top-scored for LSG with a 46 runs innings off 37 balls.

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first Lucknow Super Giants suffered an early blow losing their in-form captain
KL Rahul as Kagiso Rabada got him caught behind by wicket-keeper Jitesh Sharma
for 6.

LSG could make a solid recovery, with opener Quinton de Kock and Deepak Hooda
building an 85 runs partnership and batting cautiously to score 39 runs in six
overs of powerplay.

partnership was broken by Sandeep Sharma when he dismissed opener de Kock for
46 off 37 balls as LSG lost their second wicket for 98.

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Pandya walked in to bat in the 13th over as he and Hooda took their team’s
total beyond the triple-figure mark. After LSG reached the 100-run mark, Jonny
Bairstow ran out Hooda for 34 as Lucknow lost their third wicket for 104.

At this
point of their innings, a collapse has restricted LSG to a dismal total. In the
next over Krunal Pandya was dismissed by Rabada for 7 as the pacer took his
second wicket of the match and Lucknow lost their fourth wicket for 105. After
three balls Ayush Badoni became the South African speedster’s third victim for
4 and LSG lost half of their side for 109.

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kept tumbling for Lucknow Super Giants as leg spinner Rahul Chahar dismissed
Marcus Stoinis caught and bowled for 1. Chahar came back in his next over and
dismissed Jason Holder for 11 reducing LSG to 127 for 6 in the  18th over.

In the next
over Rabada took his fourth wicket by dismissing Dushmantha Chameera for 17 off 10
balls as LSG lost their eighth wicket for 144.

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Mohsin Khan’s boundary and a six helped Lucknow go past the 150-run mark as
they were restricted to 153/8 in 20 overs.

Scores: Lucknow Super Giants 153/8 in 20 overs (Quinton de Kock 46, Deepak
Hooda 34; Kagiso Rabada 4/38, Rahul Chahar 2/30) vs Punjab Kings.