Mumbai Indians said goodbye to IPL 2024 with the defeat. The team had to face defeat by 18 runs at the hands of Lucknow Super Giants in their final group match. Due to slow over rate in the match, the entire team including captain Hardik Pandya was fined heavily. Not only this, Hardik Pandya has also been banned for one match. All the matches of Mumbai have ended this season, so they will not be able to play the first match of IPL 2025.

All the players also got punishment.

Mumbai captain Hardik Pandya was found guilty of slow over-rate in the match against Lucknow Super Giants. Hardik has committed this offense for the third time in IPL 2024. In such a situation, a fine of Rs 30 lakh and a ban for one match has been imposed on him. According to a statement issued by the IPL, “This was Mumbai’s third offense of the season under the IPL Code of Conduct relating to slow over-rate offences, hence captain Hardik Pandya was fined Rs 30 lakh and will be barred from playing the team’s next match. Banned. It was established “. Apart from Hardik, the entire team has also been sentenced. All players, including the player, have been fined Rs 12 lakh or 50 percent of the match fee. (whichever is less).

competitive situation

Talking about the match, Lucknow Supergiants, batting first, scored 214 runs losing 6 wickets in 20 overs. Captain KL Rahul (55) and Nicholas Pooran (75) scored half-centuries while Nuwan Tushar and Piyush Chawla scored 3 each. In reply, Mumbai Indians could score only 196 runs after losing 6 wickets in 20 overs. Rohit Sharma (68) and Naman Dheer (62) scored half-centuries. Naveen Ul Haq and Ravi Bishnoi took 2-2 wickets for Lucknow. Apart from this, Krunal Pandya and Mohsin Khan got 1-1 wicket.