MI vs RR IPL 2024 Highlights: Riyan Parag’s half-century

MI vs RR IPL 2024 Highlights

MI vs RR IPL 2024 Highlights: Riyan Parag’s half-century leads Royals to a 6-wicket win over Mumbai.

MI vs RR IPL 2024

MI vs RR IPL Live Score 2024, Mumbai Indians vs Rajasthan Royals: Early spells from Jasprit Bumrah and South African Kwena Mfaka and, an effective follow-up job from Aakash Madhwal helped Mumbai Indians defend the total. Mumbai had given a modest target of 126 runs. But Riyan Parag scored his second consecutive half-century this season and scored the winning run by remaining unbeaten on 54 runs in 39 balls. Thus RR chased the target with six wickets and 27 balls remaining.

MI vs RR IPL 2024 Highlights

Mafaka took the wicket of Yashasvi Jaiswal in the very first over and got his first IPL wicket. Jasprit Bumrah kept the batsmen busy but did not get any wickets in the powerplay. But Akash Madhwal took the big wickets of Sanju Samson and Jos Buttler. Madhwal then came in with Ravichandran Ashwin at third, but Parag had by then ended any hopes MI had of pulling off a miracle.

MI vs RR IPL 2024: Yuzvendra Chahal

Earlier, Mumbai Indians were defeated by Trent Boult in the powerplay and then Yuzvendra Chahal in the middle overs as Rajasthan Royals restricted them to 125/9 after the five-time champions were put to bat first in their first home match of the season. Captain Hardik Pandya managed to convert some of the excitement into excitement early in his innings as he and Tilak Verma tried to pull off a recovery for MI after Boult and Nandre Berger dismissed the top four in the powerplay.

The Wankhede crowd made their feelings clear by cheering loudly for Pandya at the time of the toss, which was won by Sanju Samson while Rajasthan Royals chose to bowl first. Boult shook Mumbai Indians early by dismissing Rohit Sharma, Naman Dheer, and Dewald Bruise for golden ducks.

MI vs RR IPL 2024: Hardik Pandya

After this, in the last over of the powerplay, Pandya gave MI the lead by scoring 16 runs, and at the end of the sixth over, the score of the five-time champion team was 46/4. Pandya and Tilak put on a partnership of 56 runs off 36 balls for the fifth wicket before the MI captain fell victim to Yuzvendra Chahal after scoring 34 runs off 21 balls, who soon after dismissed Verma after scoring 34 runs off 21 balls. Chahal got the third wicket in the death overs. Tim David also struggled to perform well in the death overs and was ultimately uncharacteristically slow, scoring 17 runs from 24 balls.

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