MI Vs RCB Match Report: Suryakumar Yadav-Nehal Wadhera’s bat, Mumbai beat Bangalore

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MI Vs RCB Match Report: Suryakumar Yadav-Nehal Wadhera's bat, Mumbai beat Bangalore

Suryakumar Yadav played a stormy innings. (IPL photo)

Mumbai: Mumbai Indians defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by six wickets on Tuesday on the basis of stormy innings of Suryakumar Yadav and Nehal Wadhera. Bangalore, batting first in this match, scored 199 runs losing six wickets in 20 overs on the basis of excellent innings of Glenn Maxwell (68) and Faf du Plessis (65). Mumbai scored a century partnership between these two stormy This target was achieved in 16.3 overs.

This is Bangalore’s first win against Mumbai this season. Earlier, both the teams had faced each other at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore, in which Bangalore had won. Mumbai avenged that defeat at their home Wankhede Stadium. This is the seventh time this season when a target of 200 or more has been chased, out of which Mumbai has done this feat three times.

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Ishan Kishan created a storm

Mumbai had to chase a target of 200 runs. For this he needed a stormy start. Ishan Kishan started scoring fast as soon as he came. He hit a four on the very first ball. In the next over, he hit two brilliant fours on Josh Hazlewood. Ishan hit two brilliant sixes on Mohammad Siraj who brought the third over. Ishan was scoring runs in a stormy manner and was targeting everyone.

Hasaranga gave shocks

Bangalore were not getting wickets and runs were being scored a lot. In such a situation, Duplessy called his best leg-spinner Vanindu Hasaranga and he gave two blows to Mumbai in a single over. Hasaranga came in the fifth over. Ishan hit him for a four on the first ball and then a six on the third ball, but he got out on the fourth ball. He dismissed Rohit Sharma on the last ball.

Ishan played an inning of 42 runs in 21 balls with the help of four fours and four sixes. Rohit Sharma’s bat remained silent again and he scored only seven runs in eight balls.

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Suryakumar-Nehal added color

After this, Mumbai star Suryakumar Yadav and young batsman Nehal Wadhera handled Mumbai’s innings. Both of them thrashed the Bangalore bowlers fiercely. Suryakumar completed his fourth half-century of this season in 26 balls. Both of them shared a partnership of 140 runs. Suryakumar became the victim of Vijay Kumar on the fourth ball of the 16th over. He scored 83 runs in 35 balls with the help of seven fours and six sixes. This is his highest score in IPL.

Nehal gave the team victory by hitting a six on the third ball of the 17th over and with this he completed his second IPL half-century. Nehal scored an unbeaten 52 off 34 balls with the help of four fours and three sixes.

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Maxwell-Duplessy wreaked havoc

Bangalore, who came out to bat first, did not get a good start. In the first over, Nehal dropped Duplesey’s catch on the fourth ball but on the next ball, Jason Behrendorff got Virat Kohli (1) caught by wicketkeeper Ishan Kishan. Anuj Rawat (6) could not do anything special again and a strange shot off Jason’s ball was caught by Cameron Green.

But after this Duplessy and Maxwell created trouble for the Mumbai bowlers. Both of them made a century partnership for the third wicket and added 120 runs. Both the batsmen scored half-centuries. Jason broke this partnership by dismissing Maxwell on the third ball of the 13th over. Maxwell hit eight fours and four sixes in 33 balls. Mahipal Lomrod was dismissed after scoring one run.

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Dinesh Karthik played a stormy innings

Duplessi was also dismissed on the first ball of the 15th over. Cameron Green made him his victim. Duplesey faced 41 balls in his innings and hit five fours and three sixes. But in the last overs, Dinesh Karthik showed a strong game. He scored 30 runs in 18 balls with the help of four fours and a six. Kedar Jadhav remained unbeaten after scoring 12 runs in 10 balls. Hasaranga remained unbeaten after scoring 12 runs off eight balls.

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