enjoying Mishti Doi

IPL 2024: Players from PBKS celebrate their historic victory over KKR with Mishti Doi

Punjab Kings defeated Kolkata Knight Riders by eight wickets on Friday, April 26, setting a record for the most successful run-chase in men’s T20 cricket.

On Friday, April 26, Punjab Kings (PBKS) defeated Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) by chasing down a record 262-run goal at the Eden Gardens with eight wickets remaining, ending their four-match losing streak. Following the historic victory, the players and staff from Punjab savoured Mishti Doi, a well-known Bengali dessert.

Arshdeep Singh is seen savouring the well-known treat, Mishti Doi, in a video that the Kings posted on their official social media accounts. Harpreet Brar is also present. There was also a buffet with additional food available for the players to eat.

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There’s the classic ‘Jatt don’t care’ song playing in the background. Since last year, the song has become a Punjab dressing room mainstay, and the 2024 Indian Premier League (IPL) saw a continuation of this trend.

Ajj di raat, 𝐌𝐢𝐬𝐡𝐭𝐢 𝐃𝐨𝐢 de naa! 🤩#SaddaPunjab #PunjabKings #JazbaHaiPunjabi #TATAIPL2024 #KKRvPBKS pic.twitter.com/OC8WZBZ1tA

— Punjab Kings (@PunjabKingsIPL) April 26, 2024

In men’s T20, PBKS pulls off the greatest run chase.Is

After winning the toss and choosing to bowl first, the Sam Curran-led Punjab Kings were crushed by the KKR batsmen, who amassed a massive 261/6 in their 20 overs thanks to half-centuries hit by Phil Salt and Sunil Narine. The most economical bowler for Punjab was Rahul Chahar, who took the crucial wicket of Narine despite giving up 33 runs in his four overs.

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In response, Prabhsimran Singh scored 54 off just 20 balls in the powerplay to give the visitors a rousing start before being bowled out. In lieu of fellow countryman Liam Livingstone, Jonny Bairstow produced a stunning 108 not out off 48 balls, smashing eight fours and nine sixes to lead Punjab to a thrilling victory. In men’s T20 cricket, they staged the greatest run-chase and won by eight wickets with plenty of balls remaining. The brilliant Shashank Singh, who is currently in form, struck an unbeaten 68 not out off 28 balls to tie the score with Bairstow with an 84-run partnership off 37 balls for the third wicket.