Mumbai Indians win third IPL trophy with thrilling 1-run win,Mumbai Indians win third IPL trophy with thrilling 1-run win

first_imgbl21_steve smith bl21_steve smith bl22_mumbai indians 1/3 SHARE SHARE EMAIL Ajinkya Rahane making a cover drive during the IPL Final match against the Mumbia Indians at the Rajiv Gandhi stadium in Hyderabad on Sunday. × 3/3 May 22, 2017 Mumbai Indians were crowned the new IPL champions following their thrilling one—run win over Rising Pune Supergiant in the summit clash here tonight.Rohit Sharma opted to bat after winning the toss but Mumbai batsmen failed to deliver while the Supergiant bowlers came out firing on all cylinders.Krunal Pandya top—scored with a crucial 47—run knock while skipper Rohit contributed 24 runs to help Mumbai post 128 for eight.Jaydev Unadkat (2/19) and Adam Zampa (2/32) shared four wickets between them for Pune Supergiant.Mumbai Indians surprisingly managed to defend the low total to capture their third IPL trophy with Pune Supergiant falling agonisingly short by one run.Supergiant could manage 128 for six in 20 overs with Mitchell Johnson taking two wickets in the final over, in which Supergiant needed 11 runs.Skipper Steve Smith scored 51 runs while Ajinkya Rahane came up with a 44—run knock in Pune chase.Brief Scores:Mumbai Indians: 129 for 8 in 20 overs. (Krunal Pandya 47, Rohit Shrama 24; J Unadkat 2/19)Rising Pune Supergiant: 128 for 6 in 20 overs. (Steve Smith 51, Ajinkya Rahane 44; Mitchell Johnson 3/26). 2/3 Ajinkya Rahane making a cover drive during the IPL Final match against the Mumbia Indians at the Rajiv Gandhi stadium in Hyderabad on Sunday. bl22_mumbai indians SHARE COMMENTS Published on cricket IPL 2017 COMMENTlast_img read more

Abercrombie Kent has released a fascinating new

first_imgAbercrombie & Kent has released a fascinating new hosted small group journey to the heart of the Caucasus, offering travellers a taste of old-world Eastern European charm.Taking in the former Soviet Republics of Georgia and Armenia, guests discover extraordinary landscapes where high alpine peaks tower over meadows and valleys, where fast-flowing rivers traverse rich agricultural land and where magnificent Orthodox Christian churches are found in the most unexpected places. Both countries boast a rich cultural heritage of music, art, poetry and dance as well as a surprising cuisine influenced by both European and Eastern traditions. Wine and spirits are another unexpected element of travel in the region with Georgia said to be the world’s oldest producer of wine and Armenian brandy one of the country’s major exports. On A&K’s journey, vineyard visits and private tastings are a feature.Other highlights of the 13-day journey include the beautiful terraced homes of old Tbilisi, a wealth of extraordinary churches and monasteries, expert encounters with artisans and restorers, a range of authentic dining experiences as well as a private boat trip on Lake Sevan, the largest in the region.13 day ‘Journey to the Caucasus’Tour dates: 10-22 May 2018; 20 September-2 October 2018Price per person twin share: $8995Single supplement: $299last_img read more