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By Dhiraj | May 03, 2019 12:08 AM

The Mumbai Indians won the toss and elected to bat first.

Quinton De Kock was the mainstay who glued the innings together as he ended up with an unbeaten 69 from 58 balls but it was a slightly slow innings by his standards. Rohit Sharma, Suryakumar Yadav, Pandya, and Pollard chipped in with cameos as they got to 162 in the 20 overs. They would have felt that they were 10-15 runs short at the halfway stage on this pitch.

SRH in return got off to a good start but slowly lost their way as wickets kept falling. Manish Pandey was once again playing well at one end keeping the score ticking. He didn't get any support from the middle order which has been an area of concern for the SRH throughout this season. Mohammad Nabi, however, walked in at the end as he fit a few big blows and finished with 31 from 20 balls. As it came to 7 needed off the last ball with Hardik Pandya bowling, Manish Pandey smashed a 6 and hence it went to a super over.

Bowler: Bumrah

MI win the game against SRH in a super over
Batsman: Manish Pandey and Mohammad Nabi
Ball 1: Manish Pandey facing the first bowl of the super over that Bumrah was bowling got run out trying to steal a second run.
Ball 2: Guptill came in and got 1 run.
Ball 3: Mohammad Nabi continued his form from the match as he hit a 6
Ball 4: Bumrah bowled Nabi a very good full ball as he knocked the stumps over.

Target for Mumbai 9
Bowler: Rashid Khan
Batsman: Hardik Pandya and Pollard

Ball 1: Hardik Pandya hit one straight down the ground as he smashed it for a six
Ball 2: Pandya got an easy single
Ball 3: Pollard easily tucked it in the led side and got 2 runs and won the game easily.