Mumbai Indians' bowlers deliver late to snatch 3-run win over Kings XI Punjab
Mumbai Indians were not on the top of their game but the bowlers did a good job at the fag end of the match to pull things back for the team and gain those two important points to remain floating in the tournament. Sportzpics
Andrew Tye was phenomenal on Wednesday as he ended with the figures of 4 for 16. He took back to back wickets of Ishan Kishan and Suryakumar Yadav to pull things back for Kings XI Punjab in the first innings after Mumbai Indians got off to a flier. Sportzpics
Mumbai Indians were 71 for 4 at one stage and it looked like they were going to fall on their faces flat but Kieron Pollard who was once again included in the playing XI lived up to his selection as he fired 23-ball 50 to take Mumbai Indians to a solid total of 186. Sportzpics
Jasprit Bumrah showed his nerves of steel as he was the catalyst in bringing Mumbai Indians back into the game at a time when Kings XI Punjab needed 32 off 18 balls. Sportzpics
Mitchell McClenaghan had an uphill task of defending 17 runs off the last over and he achieved that with flying colours, celebrating the win with three push ups in the end. Sportzpics
KL Rahul was the best batsman on the day with his 60-ball 94 run-knock. He played beautifully almost throughout the innings but did not get support from anyone as Punjab ran out of breath in the end. Sportzpics.