“Should’ve Will Smithed Him”: Krunal Pandya’s ‘Kiss’ Send-Off To Kieron Pollard During IPL 2022 Clash Irks Twitter | Cricket News

Mumbai Indians’ nightmare in IPL 2022 continued as they suffered their eight straight loss to remain without a win this season. On Sunday, Mumbai were comprehensively beaten by 36 runs by Lucknow Super Giants, who courtesy the win climbed to the fourth spot in the IPL points table. For Mumbai it was another poor outing with the likes of Ishan Kishan, Kieron Pollard continuing to struggle with the bat. Pollard took two wickets with the ball but was dismissed by former MI teammate Krunal Pandya for 19. Krunal’s send-off after he dismissed Pollard, however, hasn’t gone down too well with fans on Twitter.

After taking the wicket of Pollard, Pandya ran to him and planted a kiss on his head. And though, both cricketers might be good friends off the field, Twitter was not impressed at all.

Here’s how Twitter reacted to Krunal Pandya’s send-off to Kieron Pollard:

In the match, Lucknow Super Giants captain KL Rahul led from the front, scoring an unbeaten 103 off 62 balls, his second century of the season, to help his team post 168 for six in their 20 overs.

In reply, MI didn’t have the best of starts with Ishan Kishan struggling to get going. He was eventually dismissed for 8 off 20 balls. Dewald Brevis (3), Suryakumar Yadav (7) too failed to make a meaningful contribution, leaving their team struggling at 58 for three in 9.4 overs.

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MI captain did seem to find some of his form back, top-scoring with a 31-ball 39 while Tilak Varma continued to impress with a knock of 38 off 27 balls.

Mumbai, however, lacked the firepower towards the backend of the innings and fell well short of the target.

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