Indian Premier League Match 31

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Indian Premier League Match 31

Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians


Toss: Mumbai Indians won the toss and decided to bowl first

After sending to bat by Rohit Sharma, Royal Challengers Bangalore suffered from early loss as their skipper Virat Kohli got out early on8 runs. Parthiv Patel then followed him on 28 runs. AB De Villiers and Moeen Ali then added together 95 runs. AB De Villiers scored 75 runs off 51 balls and was run out by Kieron Pollard. Moeen Ali was also very fantastic with the bat as well as he scored 50 runs on 32 balls before he became the victim of Lasith Malinga. Lasith Malinga was the man who causes the difficulty for the RCB batsmen as he took 4 wickets for his team.

There was a collapse for RCB as Marcus Stoinis, Akhsdeep Nath and Pawan Negi dismissed on 0,2 and 0 respectively.

Royal Challengers Bangalore Score : 171-7 in 20 overs.

Pursuing 172, Mumbai had a tropical storm begin, dashing to 70 out of 7 overs. Be that as it may, a couple of brisk wickets drove them back, raising any desires for a Bangalore rebound. Moeen Ali and Yuzvendra Chahal were turning web and come back with figures of 8-0-45-4. Be that as it may, when they were done, Mumbai just drifted once more. None of the others were noteworthy and dew did not help their motivation either.

Not exactly absolutely sudden. Mumbai were top choices to win and they did as such, yet extending it to the nineteenth over. Bangalore was dependably a couple of runs light and that demonstrated right at last.

RCB dependably looked somewhat short on a high-scoring ground after they were sent into bat by Rohit Sharma. The Mumbai Indians got off to a romping begin cordiality of the openers Sharma and Quinton de Kock who put on 70 for the main wicket at 10-runs per over.

Anyway Moeen Ali changed the tide as he had them two back in the cottage with hardly a pause in between. At that point came the choke from the away group as the spinners started tearing it a mile. Ishan Kishan played a shot a ball as he chose the best type of safeguard was assault. Anyway he kicked the bucket by the sword which he had past employed overwhelming everything in the vicinity.

A clinical act, one can say from Mumbai. Most likely, the no one but analysis can seek Ishan Kishan, discarding his wicket at a critical point however generally a heavenly batting presentation. Hardik Pandya swagger his stuff toward the end, with a 16-ball 37.

Mumbai Indians Score : 172-5 in 19 overs

Man of the Match: Laith Malinga

Result: Mumbai Indians beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by 5 wickets.

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