KL Rahul compiled his second century of the season against Mumbai Indians but was bereft of support from the other end as Lucknow Super Giants managed a score of 168/6 in 20 overs. Rahul was batting in a league of his own as he smashed 103 runs in 62 balls while wickets tumbled around him at regular intervals. The second highest score was by Manish Pandey who scored a run-a-ball 22. Rahul is now next best to Jos Buttler in the race for the Orange Cap.
103* off 62 deliveries from the #LSG Skipper.
Take a bow, @klrahul11 #TATAIPL #LSGvMI pic.twitter.com/RkER4HAf6l
— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) April 24, 2022