mi vs rcb highlights: RCB vs MI Highlights: Virat’s Bangalore beat Rohit’s Mumbai by 54 runs, Harshal Patel’s hat-trick, Maxwell also dominates – harshal patel hat trick and maxwell rounder game help rcb to beat mi match report and highlights
- Royal Challengers Bangalore beat Mumbai Indians by 54 runs
- Harshal Patel hat-trick, Yuzvendra Chahal took 3 wickets
- Apart from scoring 56 runs, Maxwell took two wickets.
- With this defeat, Mumbai slipped to number 7, RCB retained at number three
Royal Challengers Bangalore defeated five-time champions Mumbai Indians (RCB Beat MI) by 54 runs in the crucial match of the Indian Premier League on Sunday with Harshal Patel’s hat-trick and Glenn Maxwell’s all-round performance. Defeated. Captain Virat Kohli’s 51 runs (42 balls, three fours, three sixes) followed by Maxwell’s half-century of 56 runs (37 balls, six fours, three sixes) led Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) to a respectable 165 for six. Scored up. The bowlers again performed brilliantly for RCB in which ‘purple cap’ Dhari Patel took four wickets for 17 runs while scoring a hat-trick. Yuzvendra Chahal took three important wickets and Maxwell took two important wickets.
Harshal Patel did charisma once again
Due to this, the defending champions Mumbai Indians were reduced to 111 runs in 18.1 overs. Interestingly, Patel had taken a five-wicket haul against Mumbai Indians in the first leg of this IPL season in India. With this win, RCB have 12 points and remain in third place. Mumbai Indians have slipped to the seventh position after this defeat.
Only Rohit and de Kock could handle RCB bowlers
Mumbai Indians got off to a brilliant start with skipper Rohit Sharma (43 runs from 28 balls, five fours and a six) and wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock making 56 runs without losing a wicket in the powerplay. But in the very next over, de Kock (24 runs, 23 balls, four fours) was playing cautiously against Chahal’s leg spin but he was once again out on his delivery, which was caught by Maxwell on the run. This is the fifth time that de Kock has fallen victim to Chahal.
Victims of injured Rohit Chahal
Ishaan Kishan is not in form, he was at the crease. Kishan picked up Maxwell’s ball and hit it directly in the hand of Rohit standing at the other end. This was causing a lot of trouble to Rohit and he had to take the services of a physio. He got ready to bat but gave Maxwell a wicket on the next ball. Mumbai’s score was 79 for two after 10 overs. Then Mumbai Indians needed a good partnership now but it did not happen.
Wickets kept falling like this, hope broke
After this, the team continued to lose wickets and the entire team was reduced to 111 runs. Chahal’s googly did wonders, who made Kishan (09) his second victim and scored 81 runs for three wickets. Maxwell then uprooted the off-stump of Krunal Pandya (5) to reduce the score of Mumbai Indians to 93 for four. Kieran Pollard came out to bat at the crease with Suryakumar Yadav (08). Maxwell’s ball hit Pollard’s pads and there was a strong appeal, but after the umpire’s refusal, Kohli took a review, on which the umpire’s ‘not out’ decision was upheld. Pressure was mounting on Mumbai Indians and Suryakumar played a poor shot and was dismissed by Mohammad Siraj. The ball touched his bat and went into the hands of Chahal at third man.
Harshal Patel completed like this
Mumbai Indians’ troubles were increasing and Hardik Pandya came out to bat who, playing only six balls, caught Kohli in an attempt to play Harshal Patel’s delivery to the leg-side. Patel bowled Pollard (7) on the next ball. Then on a hat-trick ball, he dismissed Rahul Chahar leg before. Chahal then took his third wicket in the form of Jasprit Bumrah and Patel dismissed Adam Milne to end Mumbai’s innings.
Such was the thrill of Bangalore’s innings
Earlier, after being invited to bat, Kohli was aggressive from the start, hitting a lucrative six off Trent Boult in the second ball of the innings, bowling very economical, taking one for 17 runs in four overs. Bumrah (3/36 in four overs) gave Mumbai Indians their first breakthrough. In the very second over, opener Devdutt Padikkal reached the pavilion without opening the account.
Kohli becomes first 10 Hazari
An over later, Kohli also completed his 10,000 runs in T20 cricket (international, domestic and franchise) by hitting Bumrah for a six. He has become the fifth and first Indian batsman to do so. In this way, RCB scored 48 runs for one wicket in the powerplay. Wicket-keeper batsman Shrikar Bharat also took inspiration from his captain and scored 32 runs in 24 balls which included two fours and as many sixes.
India got out like this, Kohli got life
Bharat hit both the sixes of his innings on Rahul Chahar (1 for 33) but the same bowler ended his innings. After hitting Chahar for the second six, he was caught by Suryakumar Yadav in deep cover on the next ball, which also ended the 68-run partnership of the second wicket. In the same over, Hardik Pandya missed the opportunity to dismiss Kohli and missed a simple catch. Now Maxwell came to the crease and the team scored 82 runs for two wickets in 10 overs.
Kohli and Maxi studded fifty
Kohli completed his half-century during this period. He and Maxwell shared a similar partnership of 51 runs for the third wicket. But Adam Milne broke the partnership in the 16th over by dismissing RCB captain Kohli. AB de Villiers (11) also showed his intentions as soon as he came and sent the second ball for a six, which made Bumrah 13 runs in this over. Then Maxwell completed his half-century in the next over in addition to scoring 17 runs with two fours and a six. But Bumrah took important wickets of both the frozen batsman Maxwell and the dangerous looking de Villiers in the 19th over, otherwise the score could have been bigger.
RCB vs MI Highlights: Virat’s Bangalore beat Rohit’s Mumbai by 54 runs, Harshal Patel’s hat-trick, Maxwell also dominated
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