Mumbai Indians have once more made it to the highest of the IPL 2020 factors desk by defeating Royal Challengers Bangalore by 5 wickets within the 48th match of IPL 2020. Kieron Pollard-led Mumbai has 12 video games up to now on this season, and out of which they’ve emerged victorious in eight. Alternatively, RCB, below the management of Virat Kohli, is positioned on the second spot within the standings. They’ve received seven of the 12 fixtures they’ve performed as of now in IPL 2020.
Pollard received the toss and elected to bowl. RCB acquired off to an excellent begin as their each opener, Devdutt Padikkal and Josh Philippe, began hitting from the primary over. Nonetheless, Philippe acquired out after scoring 33 in 24 balls. Padikkal saved the scoreboard transferring one from the finish, however, wickets saved falling at common intervals. On Wednesday, neither Kohli nor AB de Villiers carried out with the bat. The skipper gave away his wicket on the particular person rating of 9 and de Villiers returned to the pavilion after making 15 runs. Padikkal had scored 74 earlier than Jasprit Bumrah despatched him to the dug-out. In direction of the top of the innings, Gurkeerat Singh and Washington hit just a few boundaries, taking their facet to 164.
When Quinton de Kock and Ishan Kishan got here to open the innings for Mumbai, they appeared ready to deal in boundaries and sixes. However, Mohammed Siraj despatched de Kock to the pavilion on the particular person rating of 18. Kishan additionally acquired out someday later after making 25 runs. Suryakumar Yadav, who got here to bat at quantity three, single-handedly helped his facet chase the goal of 165. He smashed 79 (not out) off 43 deliveries.
Highest wicket-taker for Royal Challengers Bangalore
Mohammed Siraj and Yuzvendra Chahal picked two wickets each for their side. Siraj was hit for 28 runs in 3.1 overs. His economy was 8.84. On the other hand, Chahal conceded 37 runs in four overs with an economy of 9.25.
Highest run-scorer for Mumbai Indians
Suryakumar Yadav hit 79 runs in 43 deliveries at a strike rate of 183.72. He smashed 10 fours and three sixes.
Highest wicket-taker for Mumbai Indians
Jasprit Bumrah clinched three wickets. He gave 14 runs in four overs with an economy of 3.5. He also bowled a maiden over.