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RCB skipper Virat Kohli: “It was a strange phase of batting (the last five overs of the RCB innings). Everything went to the fielders and these kinds of things happen. They bowled in good areas in the last 5 overs and stopped us 20 runs short. We were in the game until the 17th over and that was a decent effort by our bowlers. It’s basically up to the gut of the captain and the conditions, we thought Dale and Morris for initial swing, and Washy in the powerplay. We needed a few wickets there, but their batsmen did a good job. This is always going to happen – some teams peak early and some do better later. As we can see, the teams in the lower half are turning out some really good performances now. When it’s a top-two clash, it will always be intense and in a competition like the IPL, you can’t expect any team to back down and be blown away.”
That’s it! Mumbai Indians (166/5) beat Royal Challengers Bangalore (164/6) by 5 wickets. Mumbai consolidated their top spot with the victory as they became the first team to reach 16 points this season. Mumbai are all but through to the play-off, but mathematically they are still not there.

19.1 overs: FOUR! And it’s over. Suryakumar Yadav (79* off 43) finishes off the chase in style, hitting a four off Mohammed Siraj. MI 166/5, win by five wickets.
19 overs: MI 162/5, need 3 off 6 balls
Kieron Pollard (4*) ended Chris Morris’ over with a four as the pacer leaked 13 runs in it. Mumbai are almost there now.
18.5 overs: OUT! Chris Morris dismisses Hardik Pandya (17). MI 158/5
Hardik hit it straight to Mohammed Siraj at extra cover, where Siraj took a good diving catch.
18.4 overs: SIX! Hardik Pandya (17*) smacks Chris Morris over long-on for a maximum. MI 158/4
* 150 comes up for MI in 18.2 overs – 151/4
18 overs: MI 149/4, need 16 off 12 balls
11 runs off Dale Steyn’s final over as the pacer returned figures of 0 for 43 in 4 overs. An expensive outing for the South African.
17.4 overs: SIX! Suryakumar Yadav (71*) smacks Dale Steyn’s full toss over fine leg for his third maximum. MI 148/4
17 overs: MI 138/4, need 27 off 18 balls
Chris Morris bowled a good over at this stage, conceding just four singles in the first five balls before Suryakumar Yadav (65*) ended it with a four. Eight runs off it.
16 overs: MI 130/4, need 35 off 24 balls
Suryakumar Yadav (59* off 34) is taking the game away from Bangalore as he smacked three fours in the first four deliveries off Mohammed Siraj to score 13 in the over. The asking rate for Mumbai is below 9 with six wickets in hand. It’s Mumbai’s game to lose from hereon.

* FIFTY for Suryakumar Yadav off 29 balls, his 10th in IPL. MI 121/4 in 15.1 overs
Yadav reached the landmark with a four off Mohammed Siraj, his sixth of the night to go with two sixes.
15 overs: MI 117/4, need 48 off 30 balls
10 runs off Chris Morris in the over. Another good one for Mumbai.
14.4 overs: SIX! Hardik Pandya opens his account with a six over deep square leg off Chris Morris. MI 115/4
14 overs: MI 107/4
Yuzvendra Chahal completed his spell with a successful over – a wicket and eight runs off it. Chahal returned figures of 2 for 37 in 4 overs.
13.5 overs: OUT! Yuzvendra Chahal gets rid of Krunal Pandya (10). MI 107/4
Looking to up the ante, Krunal tried to clear the long-off boundary but sliced it up for Chris Morris, who took his second catch of the night.
* 100 comes up for MI in 13.1 overs – 101/3
13 overs: MI 99/3
Back-to-back 13 runs over for Mumbai as Suryakumar Yadav (40* off 25) smacked three fours in four balls off Dale Steyn. The match is tilting slowly in favour of Mumbai.
12 overs: MI 86/3
13 runs off Yuzvendra Chahal as Suryakumar Yadav (28*) ended the over with a big six over extra cover. Krunal Pandya also hit a four in it. A good one for Mumbai.
11 overs: MI 73/3
Brilliant over from Mohammed Siraj – a wicket and just three runs off it.
10.3 overs: OUT! Mohammed Siraj strikes again, dismisses Saurabh Tiwary (5). MI 72/3
A stunning catch by Devdutt Padikkal at mid-off to end Tiwary’s stay in the middle. Second wicket for Siraj as Bangalore made sure that long partnership doesn’t happen for Mumbai in their run chase.
10 overs: MI 70/2, need 95 off 60 balls
12 runs off Yuzvendra Chahal in the over as Suryakumar Yadav (22*) targeted the spinner in it, smacking a six and a four in successive balls.
9.3 overs: SIX! Suryakumar Yadav (18*) smacks Yuzvendra Chahal over deep midwicket for his first maximum. MI 66/0
9 overs: MI 58/2
Washington Sundar completed his spell with another tidy over as he conceded just five singles in it. Sundar’s final figures: 4-0-20-0
8 overs: MI 53/2
Successful start for Yuzvendra Chahal – a wicket and just four singles from it.
7.5 overs: OUT! Yuzvendra Chahal gets rid of Ishan Kishan (25). MI 52/2
Chahal struck in his first over to give Bangalore a big breakthrough. Mumbai lost both openers in quick succession after a good start. Kishan mistimed his shot and it went straight up for Chris Morris to grab it comfortably. Kishan hit a six and three fours during his 19-ball innings.
* 50 comes up for MI in 7.2 overs – 50/1
7 overs: MI 49/1
Another tidy over from Washington Sundar as the spinner gave away just four runs in it including a wide.
6 overs: MI 45/1, need 120 off 84 balls
End of Powerplay. Successful start for Mohammed Siraj as the pacer sent Quinton de Kock back to the pavilion. But Ishan Kishan (23* off 15) made sure that the scoreboard kept ticking as the Mumbai opener ended the over with a four. Nine runs off it.
5.3 overs: OUT! Mohammed Siraj strikes to dismiss Quinton de Kock (18). MI 37/1
Looking for another big hit, de Kock swung his bat but only found the toe-end of it and the ball went straight to Gurkeerat Singh at deep midwicket. Big breakthrough for Bangalore. De Kock departed after scoring 18 off 19 balls with the help of a six.
* Bowling change: Mohammed Siraj comes into the attack
5 overs: MI 36/0
Good, tidy over from Washington Sundar – just five runs off it.
3.6 overs: SIX! Quinton de Kock (14*) smacks Dale Steyn over deep square leg to open his boundary count with a maximum. MI 31/0
3 overs: MI 21/0
Ishan Kishan (16*) ended Washington Sundar’s over with a four as the spinner conceded six runs in his first over.
* Bowling change: Washington Sundar comes into the attack
2 overs: MI 15/0
10 off Dale Steyn’s over as Ishan Kishan (11*) smashed a six in it.

1.4 overs: SIX! Ishan Kishan (10*) smacks Dale Steyn over deep midwicket for his first maximum. It also brings up 1000 runs for Ishan in IPL. MI 12/0
* Dale Steyn to share the new ball with Chris Morris
1 over: MI 5/0
A single and a four off Chris Morris’ first over.
0.5 overs: FOUR! Ishan Kishan opens his account with a cracking four off Chris Morris. MI 5/0
Welcome Back! Quinton de Kock and Ishan Kishan to start the MI run chase. Chris Morris with the ball for RCB.
Krunal Pandya (4-0-27-0):“Guess it’s a great comeback after the powerplay. Wicket is good to bat on and we bowled in the right areas in the second half and we got the result as well. He (Bumrah) has done that so many times for us and today he did it when it mattered the most, he has always delivered. I always back my strength and my strength is varying the pace and I stuck with that , backing myself to do the same thing. Overall it was a good effort and before the start of the first innings, if someone had said you have to chase 165, we would have taken that.”

20 overs: RCB 164/6
Good finish to the innings for Bangalore after a mini collapse in the middle. Gurkeerat Singh (14* off 11) hit back-to-back fours off Trent Boult in the final over to score 13 runs from it. Boult’s final figures: 4-0-40-1
19 overs: RCB 151/6
Jasprit Bumrah completed his spell with another excellent over as the pacer gave away just five runs in the penultimate over of the RCB innings. Bumrah returned figures of 3 for 14 in 4 overs which included a double-wicket maiden too.
* 150 comes up for RCB in 18.5 overs – 150/6
18 overs: RCB 146/6
Washington Sundar (5*) ended Trent Boult’s over with a four as the pacer took a wicket and conceded 12 runs in it.
17.2 overs: OUT! Trent Boult removes Chris Morris (4). RCB 138/6
Another Bangalore wicket fell in quick succession. This time Morris top-edged one off Boult and it went straight to James Pattinson at third man. This after Morris started his innings with a four in the previous delivery.
17 overs: RCB 134/5
Double-wicket maiden from Jasprit Bumrah. The pacer has single-handedly put a break on the Bangalore innings. What an over!
16.5 overs: OUT! Jasprit Bumrah strikes again, dismisses Devdutt Padikkal (74). RCB 134/5
Big Wicket. Bumrah now removed the set batsman as Padikkal flicked it straight to Trent Boult at fine leg. Padikkal departed after a brilliant knock of 74 off 45 balls which included a six and 12 fours. Excellent innings from the youngster.
16.3 overs: OUT! Jasprit Bumrah dismisses Shivam Dube (2). RCB 134/4
Second wicket for Bumrah. Dube was out caught at deep midwicket by Suryakumar Yadav.
16 overs: RCB 134/3
Brilliant over from Kieron Pollard – a big wicket and just five runs off it.
15.2 overs: OUT! Kieron Pollard dismisses AB de Villiers (15). RCB 131/3
Big Wicket. Just before ABD time started, Mumbai skipper sent Mr 360 back to the pavilion. De Villiers hit the full toss straight to Rahul Chahar at deep backward square leg boundary. The RCB batsman hit a six and a four in his 12-ball cameo.
* Bowling change: Skipper Kieron Pollard comes into the attack
15 overs: RCB 129/2
16 RUNS! Rahul Chahar started and ended his over with a dot ball each but in between Devdutt Padikkal (73*) clobbered a six and two fours in successive delivery to score 16 runs in it. Biggest over for Bangalore so far as they looked for a big total in Abu Dhabi. Chahar’s final figures: 4-0-43-1
14.2 overs: SIX! Devdutt Padikkal (63*) smacks Rahul Chahar straight down the ground for his first maximum. RCB 119/2
14 overs: RCB 113/2
Good over for Bangalore after a while as AB de Villiers (13*) smacked a six and a four in consecutive deliveries. James Pattinson leaked 13 runs in it.
13.4 overs: SIX! AB de Villiers (9*) opens his boundary count with a six over fine leg off James Pattinson. RCB 109/2
13 overs: RCB 100/2
Third back-to-back tidy overs from Mumbai bowlers as Rahul Chahar gave away just three runs in it including a wide.
12 overs: RCB 97/2
Brilliant over from Jasprit Bumrah – a big wicket and just four runs off it.

11.2 overs: OUT! Jasprit Bumrah strikes to dismiss Virat Kohli (9). RCB 95/2
Wicket No. 100 for Bumrah in IPL as he got the big man. Kohli was finding it tough to get going tonight and he top-edged the short delivery towards short midwicket where Saurabh Tiwary took a regulation catch. Kohli departed after scoring just 9 off 14 balls without a boundary. Mumbai bounced back with two quick wickets.
* FIFTY for Devdutt Padikkal (53*) off 30 balls, his 4th in IPL. RCB 93/1 in 11 overs
Padikkal brought up his fifty with his 10th four of the innings as he hit Krunal Pandya through extra covers. Krubal was going great in the final over of his spell, bowling four straight dot balls to Virat Kohli, before Padikkal ended it with a boundary. Krunal’s final figures: 4-0-27-0
10 overs: RCB 88/1
11 runs off Rahul Chahar’s over as Devdutt Padikkal (49*) smacked two fours in it. Good platform for a big total tonight for Bangalore.
9 overs: RCB 77/1
Another tidy over from Krunal Pandya – just four singles off it.
8 overs: RCB 73/1
A wicket and 13 runs off Rahul Chahar’s over as boundaries kept flowing for Bangalore.
7.5 overs: OUT! Rahul Chahar gets rid of Josh Philippe (33). RCB 71/1
STUMPED! Quick glove work behind the stumps from Quinton de Kock as Chahar provided Mumbai a much-needed breakthrough. After hitting a classic inside-out drive over extra cover for a boundary, Philippe dragged his back leg a bit trying to hit another big one but missed it. Philippe departed after scoring 33 off 24 balls which included a six and four fours as he added 71 runs for the opening wicket with Devdutt Padikkal.
* Bowling change: Rahul Chahar comes into the attack
7 ovrs: RCB 60/0
Decent comeback from Krunal Pandya, after leaking 12 runs in his first over, as the spinner gave away just six runs in it without conceding a boundary.
6 overs: RCB 54/0
End of Powerplay. Devdutt Padikkal (29* off 17) started and ended James Pattinson’s over with a cracking four each as the pacer leaked 12 runs in it. Bangalore openers are scoring boundaries at will at the moment – nine fours and a six in the first six overs without much risk.
* 50 comes up for RCB in 5.4 overs – 50/0
5 overs: RCB 42/0
After hitting a confident six off the second delivery, Josh Philippe (24* off 18) ended Trent Boult’s over with a four – this time an inside edge which went to the fine leg boundary in a jiffy. Excellent start for Bangalore.
4.2 overs: SIX! Josh Philippe (20*) smacks Trent Boult over long-on for his and his team’s first maximum. RCB 38/0
4 overs: RCB 32/0
Another good over for Bangalore as Devdutt Padikkal (18*) and Josh Philippe (14*) hit a four each in it. James Pattinson conceded 10 runs in his first over.
* Change at both ends: James Pattinson comes into the attack
3 overs: RCB 22/0
12 runs off Krunal Pandya’s over as Devdutt Padikkal (13*) hit two fours in successive balls in it. Good start for Bangalore.
2.4 overs: FOURS! Devdutt Padikkal (12*) hits back-to-back fours off Krunal Pandya. RCB 21/0
* Bowling change: Krunal Pandya comes into the attack
2 overs: RCB 10/0
Good start from Jasprit Bumrah too – just five runs off it. For RCB, Josh Philippe opened his boundary count in it.
1.4 overs: FOUR! Josh Philippe (5*) opens his boundary count with a four through the mid-wicket and mid-on fielders off Jasprit Bumrah. RCB 9/0
* Jasprit Bumrah to share the new ball with Trent Boult
1 over: RCB 5/0
A four and a single – good start from pacer Trent Boult. Devdutt Padikkal too showed intent early in the innings, hitting a boundary over short extra cover fielder.
0.5 overs: FOUR! Devdutt Padikkal opens his account with a four off Trent Boult. RCB 5/0
Here we go…Devdutt Padikkal and Josh Philippe to start RCB innings. Trent Boult with the ball for MI.
* Abu Dhabi in IPL 2020: Matches 17* — Opted to field 7* | Won 1 | Lost 5
Playing XIs:
Royal Challengers Bangalore: Devdutt Padikkal, Josh Philippe, Virat Kohli (c), AB de Villiers (w), Gurkeerat Singh Mann, Shivam Dube, Chris Morris, Washington Sundar, Dale Steyn, Mohammed Siraj, Yuzvendra Chahal
Mumbai Indians: Ishan Kishan, Quinton de Kock (w), Suryakumar Yadav, Saurabh Tiwary, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard (c), Krunal Pandya, James Pattinson, Rahul Chahar, Trent Boult, Jasprit Bumrah
TOSS | Mumbai Indians stand-in skipper Kieron Pollard wins toss, opts to bowl against Royal Challengers Bangalore in Abu Dhabi
Captains at the toss:
Virat Kohli:“Pretty happy with batting first, exactly what we wanted to do. Quite a few changes tonight. Saini misses out, Shivam Dube comes in. Josh Phillipe comes in for Aaron Finch and Dale Steyn comes in for Moeen Ali. Seemed pretty one-sided for the first couple of weeks and the teams in the lower half are fighting hard and it’s important for us, we have been playing some consistent cricket and we have played well together as a team and tonight we are looking to execute our plans well.”
Kieron Pollard:“We will field first. Hopefully we will see what happens but we have to come out and play good cricket. In the last game 190 odd, don’t think it would change much and hopefully we can chase it down later on. We are playing the same team.”

Pitch Report:
“Looks a really good track with a tinge of grass on it, but it’s a little dry underneath. The bounce has been consistent on this ground. If you’re bowling defensively you gotta make sure there’s a significant difference in pace. Variations are crucial. It still looks good for batting”JP Duminy & Darren Ganga
Latest on Rohit Sharma:

Hello and welcome to the live coverage of Match 48 of the Indian Premier League 2020 between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore in Abu Dhabi.
* MI and RCB have lost the fewest wickets, have the highest scoring rate and the best ball per boundary ratio.
* In Abu Dhabi, Mumbai Indians have averaged 187 while batting first while other teams have averaged only 151.
* While playing for RCB, AB de Villiers has averaged 56.27 in 17 matches against Mumbai Indians, at a strike rate of 152.46.

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