IPL 2020 - Meet the viral 'Super Over Girl' from the thriller MI vs KXIP!

IPL 2020 - Meet the viral 'Super Over Girl' from the thriller MI vs KXIP!
Indian Premier League (IPL) has to be the best thing about 2020 as the Indians fans all over the world are on cloud 9 since the thrilling matches between their favorite teams have started. And the clash between Kings XI Punjab and Mumbai Indians at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on 18 October was without a doubt one of the best matches in the IPL history. It is to be noted that the result of the match was decided after two Super Overs, which was never seen in the IPL's history.

Batting first, MI scored 176-6 in their allotted quota of 20 overs In reply, KXIP skipper KL Rahul hit a stroke-filled 77 to keep the run-chase alive before his dismissal changed the course of the game. With 2 needed off 1 ball, Chris Jordan was run out taking the game to a Super Over, which led to another Super Over before KXIP finally managed to defeat Mumbai Indians

The match was full of several twists and turns, meanwhile, the cameraman spotted a girl cheering for KXIP from the stands that became the center of attention. The beautiful girl grabbed the eyeballs and soon she was tagged as the 'mystery girl' from the KXIP-MI thriller match.

Later, it was learned that the girl's name was Riana Lalwani. The viral girl is also enjoying her fame as she recently changed her Instagram bio to the 'super-over girl'.

Check out some of the user tweets for the mystery girl Riana-



Meanwhile, talking about the match, KL Rahul said, "It's not the first time, I'm getting used to it but we'll take the two points however they come. It doesn't always happen so you don't know how to stay balanced in a situation like this. We have put in some really amazing performances even in the games we lost. We're trying to come back harder in each game and wins like these help. After wicket-keeping for 20 overs, batting in the first six is very crucial. We knew it would get slower with their decent spinners, so Mayank and I got a good start over 50 runs. When Chris plays against spinners, I trust them to take down the spinners. Chris coming in help, he is an experienced player and knows how to carry the team through. You can't prepare for Super Overs, no team prepares for Super Overs. You have to trust your bowling group and it is important you let them believe their instinct and gut."

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