Just what Royal Challengers Bangalore has asked for, nothing less nothing more. Mumbai’s dominating victory over Delhi Capitals has gave RCB a chance to play in the eliminatar against Lucknow Super Giants. It was one man show by Jasprit Bumrah who bagged 3 wickets and conceded only 25 runs in the 4 overs.
Delhi Capitals batting first, lost two star batsman very cheaply. David Warner scored 5 runs while Mitchell Marsh was sent back to the pavilion without opening his run account. Making a comeback, Prithvi Shaw scored 23 balls 24. Down the order, Rovman Powell and Axar Patel gave some power support to Delhi Capitals and the total score reached 159 runs.
While chasing, Mumbai Indians went so sensible that they failed to press upon runrate and lost Rohit Sharma lost his wicket after scoring balls 2. Dewald Brevis and Ishan Kishan formed a 51 runs partnership for the second wicket that certainly gave Mumbai Indians the upper hand in this match. After making his name back in the team, Tim David has been exceptional and again he blistered a 11 balls 34 runs to finish the season on a high.