MI vs RR: MI victory over Rajasthan!!

Mumbai Indians have given the same message to all the teams after today’s victory. Mumbai won the match in all three categories of batting, bowling and fielding. Mumbai had challenged Rajasthan for 194 runs to win. Rajasthan will not face this challenge and Mumbai won by 57 runs.

Chasing Mumbai’s challenge, Rajasthan suffered three setbacks in the beginning. These included the successful Jaiswal, Steven Smith and Sanju Samson. After these three blows, Rajasthan was in a pitiable state of 12 for 3. But then Jose Butler kept the team’s hopes of victory alive with a half-century. Butler hit four fours and five sixes in his 44-ball 70. But Butler did not get good support from other batsmen and Rajasthan lost.

There is little to commend Mumbai’s bowlers. Because Trent Bolt and Jaspreet Bumra gave Rajasthan three hits in their first spell. But even then, the Mumbai bowlers took wickets by a certain margin. That is why Mumbai was able to achieve a big victory over Rajasthan. Bumra and Bolt took half of Rajasthan’s lead, paving the way for Mumbai to win.

Mumbai’s Suryakumar Yadav was spotted in today’s match. Suryakumar Yadav’s powerful half-century helped Mumbai beat Rajasthan by 194 runs. Suryakumar Yadav hit an unbeaten 79 off 47 balls with 11 fours and two overs. Yadav was well supported by Hardik Pandya in the last overs. Hardik hit an unbeaten 30 off 19 balls with two fours and a six.

Mumbai won the toss and elected to bat first. Mumbai’s Rohit Sharma and Quinton Decock gave the team a good start. The duo opened the innings with 49 runs. But Karthik Tyagi, who made his debut for Rajasthan, dismissed Decock in his first over. While Tyagi was bowling the fifth over, Rohit Sharma hit a six off the third ball. But even then, Tyagi did not give up. In the fifth ball of the fifth over, he dismissed Mumbai opener Decock and gave his side their first victory. Decock scored 23 off 15 balls.

After Decock’s dismissal, the pair of Rohit and Suryakumar Yadav got along well. It was thought that Rohit would set a record by scoring a half-century this time. But Shreyas Gopal dismissed Rohit and gave a big blow to Mumbai. Rohit scored 35 off 23 balls. After Rohit’s dismissal, Mumbai’s Ishan Kishan was also dismissed on the next ball. As a result, Mumbai was hit twice in a row. After that, Krinal Pandya, who came to bat, could not play well. Krunal was able to score 12 runs.

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