Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians, Indian Premier League 2020 Match 10: In Pics

Zee Media Bureau | Sep 29, 2020, 01:54 AM IST

RCB win the Super Over thriller against Mumbai Indians

Jasprit Bumrah bowling the Super Over, brought his side close but with RCB needing 6 from 3 balls, Ab de Villiers top-edged one for four and Kohli hit the last ball for four to complete a memorable victory for his side. Royal Challengers Bangalore defeated Mumbai Indians in the Super Over.   (Image Credits: Twitter/@IPL)


Navdeep Saini: The Super Over hero for RCB

In the Super Over, Navdeep Saini was the hero for RCB, as he contained Mumbai to a paltry 7/1.

It was a brilliant over from Saini. He gave only 2 runs in the first three balls but then Pollard scored a four. The collosal West Indian was then dismissed on the penultimate ball in the deep as Saini nailed in another yorker. MI could score only 7 runs. (Image Credits: Twitter/@IPL)




With 19 needed from the final six balls, Kishan hit two consecutive sixes off Udana with 5 needed from the final two balls. The youngster was dismissed on the penultimate ball for 99 but Pollard pulled away the final delivery for four to take the match into the one over-eliminator. (Image Credits: Twitter/@RCBTweets)



Pollard and Kishan bring Mumbai Indians right back into the game

After Pandya’s dismissal, the Windies powerhouse Keiron Pollard came to the crease but initially, he failed to get going.

With the result of the match looking like a foregone conclusion, the duo started swinging their arms with Pollard, especially taking a liking towards RCB’s leg-spin duo of Yuzvendra Chahal and Adam Zampa. The Mumbai duo scored 49 runs from the 17th and 18th overs, delivered by the two leggies.

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Ishan Kishan starts the fightback for Mumbai Indians

With the score reading 39/3, Hardik Pandya (15 off 13; 6x1) and Ishan Kisha stitched a small stand and steadied the ship somewhat but the run-rate kept surging. 

Brought into the side to replace an unfit Saurabh Tiwary, the youngster - Ishan Kishan grabbed the chance with both hands and was unfortunate to miss out on a well deserved century. He scored a brilliant (99 off 58 balls; 4x2, 6x9). He looked in good touch right from the onset. (Image Credits: Twitter/@IPL)


Mumbai Indians lose three early wickets

Rohit Sharma was dismissed in just the second over. He tried to heave it big against Washington Sundar but is caught in the deep by substitute Pawan Negi. 

He was quickly followed to the pavilion by Suryakumar Yadav. Isuru Udana dismissed Yadav caught behind. 

Quinton de Kock was the third one to go as he was caught in the deep off Chahal and RCB were well on top at this stage.

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AB de Villiers provides the final flourish as RCB post a massive 201/3

It was brilliant stuff from AB de Villiers (55 off 24 balls; 4x4, 6x6). He took on MI spearhead Bumrah and hit two sixes and a four of the 17th over off the innings. Bumrah was struggling with his length. Bumrah’s final two overs went for 35 runs as Mumbai’s pace spearhead failed to nail in those trademark yorkers. 

He was given good company in the end by all-rounder Shivam Dube (27 off 10 balls; 4x1, 6x3).

RCB scored 65 runs off the final four overs, where the Mumbai bowlers were put to the sword. 

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Kohli's disappointing run continues

Virat Kohli was dismissed cheaply. He disappointed again with the bat. He was dismissed for a miserly 3 off 11 balls. Rahul Chahar turned the match around. The balls was on the good length outside off and tossed-up. Kohli tried to drive to but was caught by Rohit Sharma at extra cover. The Indian captain has scored a cumulative 18 runs from his three innings in IPL 2020. (Image Credits: Twitter/@IPL)


Finch and Padikkal going at it: Provide RCB a fantastic start

Openers Devdutt Padikkal and Aaron Finch scored brilliant fifties to provide a strong start to RCB with their 81-run stand. While Finch was the initial agressor, Padikkal too joined the act later. Finch was finally dismissed in the 9th over.  (Image Credits: Twitter/@RCBTweets)


Devdutt Padikkal and Aaron Finch open RCB's innings

It was Good attacking intent from RCB. Padikkal attacked Boult right from the get go, scoring a fantastic four on the leg-side. Finch too made his intentions clear when he charged down the wicket and hit his fellow Australian James Pattinson for a four.  (Image Credits: Twitter/@RCBTweets)


Mumbai Indians playing XI

Mumbai Indians won the toss and opted to bowl first. Mumbai Indians made just one change from their last match. Saurabh Tiwary was unfit and Ishan Kishan replaced him in the playing XI. Saurabh Tiwary was in good form during their last two games. (Image Credits: Twitter/@IPL)


RCB playing XI

Mumbai Indians won the toss and opted to bowl first against RCB.

RCB made three important changes to their playing XI after they were decimated by Kings XI Punjab in their last game. Adam Zampa, Isuru Udana and Gurkeerat Singh replaced Dale Steyn, Josh Philippe and Umesh Yadav respectively. (Image Credits: Twitter/@IPL)

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