Another far best performance by the defending champions Mumbai Indians (MI) in Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 against Rajasthan Royals that led the fourth success in the competition as Mumbai beat Rajasthan Royals by 57 runs in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday. It was the best performance given by batsmen as well as bowlers in the game. After losing Quinton De Kock in the power play, Mumbai Indians balanced themselves with middle orders. They have struggled to keep the middle order till 15th over. After that, They( Suryakumar Yadav and Hardik Pandya) started to hits boundaries at the starting of 16th over. They smashed 51runs in the last four overs to finish on 193/4. They played with a plan. They have executed how and when to target the bowler and conceded 193 runs.
If we talk about Rajasthan Royal’s batting, They have become under pressure with the bowler. They didn’t have a plan on how and when to hit boundaries. Yashasvi Jaiswal got the chance today, but he couldn’t be succeeded. Getting a wicket at the very first over keeps the team confidence down. Rajasthan has lost three of their top four inside the first six and even though Jos Buttler’s 70 off 44 balls crumbled to 136 all out in 18.1 overs.
Rajasthan Royals has been seen missing Ben Stokes’s absence who is the best all-rounder. He has been served quarantine for six days as he returned from his parents in New Zealand. Fans of Rajasthan Royals are hoping to get him in the next match.
Mumbai Indians tops on the points table again
Mumbai Indians have reached back at the top of the IPL points table after winning by 57 runs. Suryakumar Yadav has played the anchor with an unbeaten 79 off 47 with 11 fours and two sixes, and even though Rohit and Ishan Kishan (0) were excused off progressive balls by Shreyas Gopal and Krunal Pandya (12 off 17) watched unwell, Hardik Pandya’s 30 not out off 19 helped Mumbai finish well.
Although, Under 19 Opener Yashasvi Jaiswal has been brought back in the playing XI replacing an out-of-form Robin Uthappa. He nicked behind in the first over off Trent Boult before Steve Smith, batting at No. 3, He was nicked off too to Jasprit Bumrah in the second. Sanju Samson has got top-edged one to Rohit off Boult to reduce RR to 12/3 inside the first three overs. That’s where Mumbai Indians have almost reached the top of the points table