Mumbai Indians’ Bumrah and Malinga stole the match in a splendid manner with their two incredible overs. Jasprit Bumrah and Lasith Malinga held spectator’s eyes on the ground as MI beat RCB by 6 runs in a last-over thriller. Earlier, Rohit Sharma and Hardik Pandya helped in reaching 187/8 in 20 overs in which bowling team’s Yuzvendra Chahal dismissed four best player.
AB de Villiers scored a superb half-century, while Virat Kohli smashed 48 runs, but RCB eventually lost by 6 runs. But at the end of the match, the dispute as a replay revealed that Malinga’s foot was above the line and should have been called a no-ball.
Bumrah star for Mumbai Indian and man of the match:-
Jaspreet Bumrah was playing the trick for MI because he took the four wickets yesterday. Colin de Grandhome was caught out by Krunal Pandya and AB de Villiers was playing in the middle of the ground as the last hope to win RCB. It was the turning point of the match because Bumrah took one wicket and got only 5 runs.
Jasprit Bumrah, Man of the Match: He focuses only on the situation in front of him and backs himself. His plan against every batsman today was that it would be good. It ends by saying that its shoulder is perfectly fine.
The first innings was largely revolving around the captain Rohit, he was in good touch and was looking for a big score, but got out against the run-out. Yuvraj was also playing fine hit, but Chahal was dismissed him after three consecutive sixes. Wickets kept falling and Bangalore has come back, but Hardik’s latest cameo ensured that match will be tough for a host team at the Chinnaswamy.
Kohli dismissed after completing a milestone history:-
Virat Kohli completed 5000 IPL runs and he became only the second player in the history of the tournament to achieve this achievement after Suresh Raina. But just after doing so, Kohli lost his concentration and was bowled out of Bumrah, which was caught by midwicket by Hardik Pandya. Kohli was out on 46, and RCB lost their third wicket.
1st ball – Shivam Dubey gave huge six on the field. RCB now needs 11 out of 6 deliveries.
2nd ball – Dube hit a ball into the air but Bumrah has left the catch at the off-side. Due to the ABD strikes, the batsmen take single.
3rd ball – ABD took a single and RCB needed 9 off 3 deliveries.
4th ball- Dube took a single and RCB needed 8 off 2 balls.
5th ball – A good yorker from Malinga and ABD could only take one. RCB needed 7 runs on the last ball.
6th ball – Malinga threw another good yorker as Dube hit the ball on long on and MI won the match by 6 runs.