RCB vs MI: RCB beats Mumbai in Super Over!!

The Super Over match between RCB and Mumbai Indians also turned out well. But in this super over, RCB beat Mumbai. Mumbai had challenged RCB for eight runs in the super over. Captain Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers came down from RCB to pursue this challenge. RCB needed one run to win the last balls in the super over. Kohli hit a four this time and led the team to victory in the Super Over.

Batting first in the Super Over, Mumbai managed to score seven runs. Mumbai lost Kieron Pollard for seven. So RCB needed eight runs to win. RCB’s young fast bowler Navdeep Saini bowled a stellar delivery to give Mumbai just seven runs and also took Pollard’s wicket.

Today’s match between RCB and Mumbai Indians was very colorful. RCB had challenged Mumbai for 202 on the strength of half-centuries from Devdutt Padikkal, Aaron Finch and AB de Villiers. But in pursuit of this challenge, Mumbai also scored 201 runs and the goods went into the super over.

Chasing RCB’s 202, Mumbai did not start well. Mumbai were initially hit hard by Rohit Sharma. Rohit could only score eight runs this time. Suryakumar Yadav, who was in good form after Rohit, was also dismissed for zero. After that, opener Quinton Decock was also dismissed for 14 and the Mumbai team was in trouble. Ishan Kishan then completed his half century. But Kieron Pollard scored faster this time than Ishaan. Pollard celebrated his half-century off 20 balls this time. Ishant Kishan scored 99 runs. With five runs needed on the last ball, Pollard hit a four and the match went into a super over.

Mumbai won the toss and invited the RCB team to bat first. But then both the RCB openers were seen batting vigorously. Finch and Dev Dutt opened the innings with 81 runs. After Finch’s dismissal, Dev Dutt batted hard and took charge of the team. Dev Dutt scored 54 off 40 balls with five fours and two sixes against Mumbai. AB de Villiers took the field by storm after both the half-centuries were dismissed. De Villiers batted hard in the final overs to give the team a challenging score. De Villiers scored an unbeaten 55 off 24 balls with four fours and four sixes.

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