On the basis of a 57-run partnership between Kairan Pollard and Nathan Coulter Nile, Mumbai set a target of 177 runs against Punjab. Mumbai, who came on the field to bat first after winning the toss, lost their top three batsmen on a score of just 38 runs in the power play itself. But by holding one end, Quinton de Kock (53) completed his half-century, taking the team’s score to 115. In the end, Nathan Coulter Nile (24), along with Pollard 34, took a big hit and added 62 runs in the last 5 overs to take the team’s score to 176. Punjab captain KL Rahul, who came to bowl first after losing the toss, used a total of 7 bowlers. Of which, the best bowler for him was Mohammad Shami (4-0-30-2), who made two wickets in his name, while Hardik and Suryakumar made him his victim, Arshadip Singh also took 2 wickets. Ravi Bishnoi and Chris on the other hand
19.6 overs (4 runs) with four fours. 20 runs coming from this over. Mumbai put 176 runs on the board. Pollard’s stormy innings was seen. Goed to pull the short length ball but the ball crossed the third man boundary from above the keeper with the top of the bat. MI vs KXIP: Match 36: Kieron Pollard hits Chris Jordan for a 4! Mumbai Indians 176/6 (20.0 Ov). CRR: 8.8
19.5 overs (6 runs) Another six !! This time, hitting the ball over long and falling to the seats fell. But who will bring it? The audience is not there. MI vs KXIP: Match 36: It’s a SIX! Kieron Pollard hits Chris Jordan. Mumbai Indians 172/6 (19.5 Ov). CRR: 8.67
19.4 overs (2 runs), the forward ball was struck in front and chased by Maxwell’s throw to get two runs.
19.3 overs (1 run) played the ball inserted in the root towards the covers and completed the run.
19.2 overs (1 run) This time you will get a single. Played the ball in front and scored a run.
19.1 overs (6 runs) Six !! Wat a shot !! Pollard Power !! Big six on a big ball with a banged ball !!! 93 meters long six in the direction of mid-wicket | MI vs KXIP: Match 36: It’s a SIX! Kieron Pollard hits Chris Jordan. Mumbai Indians 162/6 (19.1 Ov). CRR: 8.45
18.6 overs (4 runs) fours !! Another Boundary !! 12 runs from this over. Did the bridge but with the top edge, the ball went towards the fine leg. Got four runs. 156/6 Mumbai | MI vs KXIP: Match 36: Nathan Coulter-Nile hits Mohammed Shami for a 4! Mumbai Indians 156/6 (19.0 Ov). CRR: 8.21
18.5 overs (0 runs) Swing and miss !!! The ball was inserted in the root which did not get contact.
18.4 overs (4 runs) fours !!! One Bounce Boundary !! Mumbai crosses 150 mark | Pulling the short length ball, scored four runs from the square leg. MI vs KXIP: Match 36: Nathan Coulter-Nile hits Mohammed Shami for a 4! Mumbai Indians 152/6 (18.4 Ov). CRR: 8.14
18.3 overs (0 runs) Play and Miss !! Bat on a slow ball and beat.
18.2 overs (2 runs) Top Edge !! No Mains Land fell and the batsmen completed two runs. The ball had blossomed quite high.
18.1 overs (2 runs) played in the ball on the root side and scored runs.
17.6 overs (1 run), pushing forward the ball towards mid-off, took a single.
17.5 overs (4 runs) FOUR !!! BACK TO BACK Boundary !!!! Over the boundary came the boundary. Punch the ball upwards towards the covers. Four runs scored in the gap in the gap. MI vs KXIP: Match 36: Nathan Coulter-Nile hits Arshdeep Singh for a 4! Mumbai Indians 143/6 (17.5 Ov). CRR: 8.01
17.4 overs (4 runs) FOUR !!! Pull the short ball in the length towards the fine leg. The ball went straight outside the boundary line for four runs. MI vs KXIP: Match 36: Nathan Coulter-Nile hits Arshdeep Singh for a 4! Mumbai Indians 139/6 (17.4 Ov). CRR: 7.86
17.3 overs (1 run) Off the stump, a yorker ball was scored by Pollard, who guided it towards the point.
17.2 overs (6 runs) Six !!! BACK TO BACK Boundary !!!! Played a full toss ball on the off stump above mid on. The ball went straight to the second six of the over in the stand. MI vs KXIP: Match 36: It’s a SIX! Kieron Pollard hits Arshdeep Singh. Mumbai Indians 134/6 (17.2 Ov). CRR: 7.73
17.1 overs (6 runs) Six !!! First boundary coming from Pollard’s bat !!!! The forward ball was played with the bat directly above the long off. Ball went straight to six MI vs KXIP: Match 36: It’s a SIX! Kieron Pollard hits Arshdeep Singh. Mumbai Indians 128/6 (17.1 Ov). CRR: 7.45
16.6 overs (2 runs) A successful over ended with two runs. Played the ball on the leg side and scored two runs.
16.5 overs (0 runs) Dot Ball !! Punched the short length ball but did not get the gap.
16.4 overs (1 run) played the ball off the back foot and got a single.
Nathan Coulter came to bat on the Nile …
16.3 Overs (0 runs) OUT !!! Catch Out !!! De Kock returns to pavilion after scoring 53 runs. Jordan got a big wicket at an important time. Bowling with strategy, the batsman was caught at the mid-wicket boundary. Lye ball inward from the angle which was hit towards mid-wicket. The ball did not come properly on the bat and the ball went straight into the hands of the fielder. 119/6 Mumbai | MI vs KXIP: Match 36: WICKET! Quinton de Kock c Mayank Agarwal b Chris Jordan 53 (43b, 3×4, 3×6). Mumbai Indians 119/6 (16.3 Ov). CRR: 7.21
16.2 overs (1 run) coming forward and tapped the ball towards point for one run.
Jordan came to bowl 16.1 overs (1 run) round the wicket. Mid wicket for one run.
15.6 overs (0 runs) with Dot Ball ending a successful over. Play and Miss !!! Attempted to cut the ball thrown at the off stump. The ball which did not hit the bat went straight to the keeper. Run not found
15.5 overs (0 runs) was levied this time by the batsman to the ball which was put outside the line of off stump. There was no chance of a run.
15.4 overs (1 run) played on the pads line ball on the side and scored runs.
Kairan Pollard came to bat …
15.3 overs (0 runs) OUT !!! Catch Out !!! Hardik Pandya returned to the pavilion after scoring 8 runs. Mohammed Shami made his second victim The shot put on the off-stump went to hit the pinch ball over the warm cover. The ball did not hit the bat properly. Fielder Nicholas Pooran, caught at the ball mid-off, was caught by the sticker. 116/5 Mumbai | MI vs KXIP: Match 36: WICKET! Hardik Pandya c Nicholas Pooran b Mohammed Shami 8 (4b, 0x4, 1×6). Mumbai Indians 116/5 (15.3 Ov). CRR: 7.48
15.2 overs (1 run) Pulling towards mid-wicket, took 1 run.
15.1 overs (1 run) took 1 run while pulling the short ball in the length towards long off.