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Mumbai Indians Vs Rajasthan Royals Live Score (T20)

Match 20 | 06 October, 2020 | Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi

136 / 10 Overs18.1 R/R7.49 Fours11 Sixes6 Extras2

Match Status: Match Ended

Match Result: Mumbai Indians beat Rajasthan Royals by 57 runs

Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Kartik Tyagi 0 0 0 0
  • That's it from Match 20 in the 2020 Indian T20 League then. Tomorrow, Wednesday, 07th October 2020, Chennai take on Kolkata at 1800 Local (1400 GMT). The action continues at Abu Dhabi tomorrow as well. We hope to have your company again. Till then, take care and good night!
  • Suryakumar Yadav is the MAN OF THE MATCH. He says that he is feeling much better. Felt that this knock was coming. In the earlier games, he was just finding ways to get out, he honestly admits. Surya says he loves the added responsibility at the top-order. States that the team has asked him to play his natural game. Surya adds that the team winning is the most important feeling. He goes on to say that from the team's point of view he batted right till the end and then the bowlers came and did their job well.
  • Rohit Sharma, the victorious Mumbai captain, says that they have got quality in their side. States that it is about getting out there and getting the job done. Says that his players are quality players. Adds further that the conditions are very helpful here. He says that initially when the League was decided to happen in the UAE, they were unsure of how the conditions would be. But luckily, he says that the conditions have been helpful.
  • Trent Boult is down for a chat. He says that Mumbai had a pretty good gameplan coming in. Says that in this game, at Abu Dhabi, the objective was to take all the wickets and they have done that. States that in this tournament every franchise intimidates you. Says further that in this tournament you can see good contest between bat and ball.
  • Steven Smith, Rajasthan's skipper, says that Rajasthan were losing wickets early and that they have not been able to get off to a good start, in the last 3 games. Those are the reasons for not doing well, he says. Hopes Stokes can get well soon. Believes it is about implementing the plans properly which he honestly concedes that they have not done properly in the last three games.
  • Earlier, after winning the toss, Mumbai opted to bat first. They got off to an excellent start and Suryakumar Yadav and Hardik Pandya finished off things well in the end. The former was unbeaten at 79 and ended up registering his highest score in the League. Later, another fantastic display with the ball and the Men in Blue and Gold registered their 4th win in 6 games and have moved back to the top of the points table. Stay with us for the presentations...
  • Mumbai were stupendous and clinical throughout. They were comprehensive across all departments and thoroughly deserved the victory. 2 catches, one by substitute Anukul Roy and the other one by Pollard to dismiss Buttler was the cream of Mumbai's fielding today. Bumrah was the highlight with the ball, taking 4/20 in his four overs. Pattinson and Boult nabbed a couple each while Chahar and Pollard got one. Krunal and Pollard took a beating in their two overs but in the end, it barely mattered.
  • Eventually, he fell for 70 and the chase was largely done and dusted. The last 5 wickets fell for 38 runs and while the platform looked set for Tewatia to do another Sharjah, it was not to be. A disappointing day in the end for Rajasthan, overall.
  • Mumbai wiped out Jaiswal, Smith and Samson real quick and that largely set the tone for the victory. At 12/3, you would have felt that all was done and dusted. But Buttler was there. A faint hope? Yes. He and Lomror were looking to stabilize things, going slowly in the chase. That, in turn, started building pressure and Lomror crumbled, 42/4 were Rajasthan then. Buttler then decided enough was enough. He started getting the biggies and continued the hitting after getting to his half ton. However, there was just too much on his shoulders.
  • A simple win for Mumbai in the end. 57 runs, simple but big. Rohit Sharma is a happy skipper. He salutes the support staff and the owners present in the stadium. There was never really a challenge for them, except Buttler. They braved that, got him and then it was all too easy in the end.
  • 18.1OUT! CAUGHT. The match ends. Well before time, in spite of all the delays. 11 balls not used by Rajasthan. Not that it would have mattered. But if it does come close in the net run rate section, towards the end, they could end up rueing. A length ball, outside off, Rajpoot backs away and looks to go inside out but simply manages to give a leaping catch to Rohit Sharma at short extra cover. MUMBAI WIN BY 57 RUNS.
  • Kartik Tyagi is the last man in. James Pattinson to bowl as well.
  • 17.6OUT! CAUGHT. Bumrah gets 4. A length ball, around middle, Archer backs away and swings it towards long on. Easy catch for Kieron Pollard who never feels any catch is difficult, does he? 4-0-20-4 for Boom Boom tonight. 136/9
  • 17.5FOUR! Another pull shot. This is again between mid-wicket and long on. Not exactly the definition of bisection, but spoils Bumrah's figures nevertheless.
  • 17.4A short ball, pulled to deep mid-wicket for a couple.
  • 17.3FOUR! Length ball, outside off, drag-slapped through mid-wicket, explaining the definition of bisection through articulation to anyone who is struggling in geometry. Long on and deep mid-wicket were bisected to perfection.
  • 17.2Great stop by Quinton de Kock. A high full toss, outside off, Rajpoot backs away and slashes hard. Gets a thick outside edge and the ball races away. Now, Quinton is moving to his left but has to retrace his steps to his right side. Sticks his right glove out and stops the ball, taking care of the helmet behind too. That would have been 5, had that hit.
  • 17.1Outside off, pushed towards long off for a single.
  • 16.6Full and around middle, JA looks to flick but is early into the shot. Gets a leading edge which pops up in the air but into vacant space at cover. A run taken. 4-0-26-2 for Trent Boult tonight. 124/8
  • 16.5Outside off, squeezed through cover for a single.
  • 16.4Full and outside off, driven straight to mid off.
  • 16.3Outside off, slapped to long off for a single.
  • 16.2SIX! Just over the fielder. A length ball, Archer swings and just about gets it over a leaping fielder at deep mid-wicket.
  • 16.1Outside off, very full, Archer tries to run it down to third man but misses.
  • 15.6Around off, low full toss, pushed towards mid on. 115/8
  • Ankit Rajpoot walks in.
  • 15.5OUT! CAUGHT BEHIND. Outside off, on a length, Gopal looks to run it down to third man but only gets a thick outside edge to the keeper de Kock. Boy, this is ending all too quickly.
  • 15.4Low full toss, outside off, steered through the covers for a run.
  • 15.3Outside off, on a length, steered towards third man for a single.
  • Shreyas Gopal comes out to face the music.
  • 15.2OUT! BOWLED! It is not a yorker but it is a corker. Full and around leg, Tewatia looks to flick but misses. The ball hits his pads and then deflects onto the stumps.
  • 15.1Excellent yorker. Around middle, dug out to the leg side.
  • Jasprit Bumrah is back on. 2-0-6-1 so far.
  • DRINKS! Well, nothing much to strategize for Rajasthan here. They need 81 in the last 5 overs. Yes, teams have gotten 80 and more in the last 5 overs many times in the League earlier. They have Tewatia but still, pragmatically, it is more about reducing the margin of defeat as much as possible here.
  • 14.6FOUR! Gets a boundary to finish the over, does Archer. Shortish and outside off, he slaps this to the long off fence. 113/6
  • 14.5Outside off, shortish, Tewatia punches this past cover for one.
  • Jofra Archer comes out now. How much can Rajasthan get from here? 32 balls left. Can they get to 150?
  • 14.4OUT! CAUGHT! Pollard getting into the act with the ball now. An easy catch for Hardik Pandya. It was fullish on off, Curran swings across the line. It goes towards deep-midwicket and Hardik Pandya, who was at deep square leg, runs to his left and takes it safely.
  • 14.3Good running, a couple. Shortish length delivery, Curran pulls this towards Hardik at deep square leg and runs well to come back for the second.
  • 14.2Curran works this on the leg side for a dot.
  • 14.1FOUR! Good effort from the extra cover fielder but it was not enough. Full and around off, Curran lofts this over covers. The ball is hurrying away to the fence and the man at extra cover runs to his left, dives but fails to keep it in. The umpire signals a boundary.
  • 13.6FOUR! Just the 5 runs off it and a wicket. Rajasthan still need 92 in 36 deliveries. Full and outside off, Tewatia goes for the aerial shot. Gets it over the infield on the off side and gets a boundary. 102/5
  • 13.5Outside off, fullish, driven to cover.
  • 13.4Bouncer, Tewatia backs away and looks to play the upper cut. But the bounce gets the better of him. De Kock jumps and does well to collect that.
  • Who is next? Mr. Tewatia. That day he hit 5 sixes in an over against Punjab. Tonight, he might need 10 sixes in 10 balls and still fall short.
  • 13.3OUT! CAUGHT! Another fantastic catch, stunning. This time it is Kieron Pollard. Jos Buttler goes after a fantastic 70 off 44 and takes Rajasthan's little hopes on the way as well. The delivery was fullish on the stumps, Buttler swings across and looks to go over long on. However, it was the big Pollard there. He jumps and sticks out a hand, fails to hold on on the first attempt but safely pouches onto that in the second attempt. An astonishing catch, only Kieron Pollard could have hung onto that! 96 needed in 39 for Rajasthan.
  • 13.2On off and middle, turned towards square leg for a single.
  • 13.1A back of a length delivery well outside off, Curran shuffles across and looked to scoop that over the keeper, towards third man. He misses and so does the keeper. But Rajasthan do not take the run as short third man gets in.
  • James Pattinson returns. 2-0-14-0 so far.
  • 12.6A length ball, swung down to long on for a run. 13 from the over, but just 2 from the last 3 balls. 97/4
  • 12.5This is slower than the previous one, at least to my eyes. Jos has to wait for an age before pushing it towards long off for a single.
  • 12.4Slow, slow, slow ball, fuller in length, outside off, Jos looks to swing hard but gets a thick inside edge onto his pads.
  • 12.3FOUR! Heaved away again. A length ball, a bit too straight, Buttler whips it over mid-wicket and beats long leg to his right.
  • 12.2SIX! Just for a moment, long on thought he had a chance. A short ball, around off, Buttler backs away and drags it over long on!
  • 12.1Around middle, tucked through mid-wicket for a single.
  • Kieron Pollard to slip an over in. Or more.
  • 11.6Curran works the shorter delivery to the on side and takes a single. 84/4
  • 11.5Flatter outside off, Buttler goes back and places this on the off side for a run.
  • 11.4Bowls a yorker well outside off, Buttler looks to jam it out but misses.
  • 11.3Flighted outside off, dabbed to the off side for one.
  • 11.2Full on middle, bunted down to long on for a single.
  • 11.1SIX! And when Buttler gets going, it is tough to stop him. Shorter ball around the off stump line, Buttler rocks back and muscles the pull over wide long on.
  • 10.6Works this uppishly towards long on for a single to keep the strike. 74/4
  • 10.5SIX! It is important for Buttler to stay if Rajasthan stand any chance to win here. He gets to his fifty and it is the first for him this season as well. Shortish on middle, he pulls this over mid-wicket for a maximum.
  • 10.4Flighted on middle, Curran clips it on the leg side and takes one.
  • 10.3Flighted well outside off, Buttler reaches out and taps that to the off side for a single.
  • 10.2Curran works this on the off side and takes a single.
  • 10.2WIDE! You may think this was a stumping chance, but de Kock had to move too far across to take it in the first place. Chahar sees Curran coming down and slips it down the leg side, Curran looks to play but misses. De Kock does well to get a good deal to his left, take it and then he looks to effect the stumping but misses. Excellent effort from the keeper and good thinking from the bowler to bowl a short one there.
  • 10.1Floated outside the leg pole, Curran works it back to Chahar.
  • 9.6Full and outside off, driven straight to cover. 12 from the over. 63/4
  • 9.5SIX! STUPENDOUS! That is a magnificent shot from Mr. Joseph. Never easy to hit that shot, that long, against the spin. Landed outside off, Buttler leans and slaps it over wide long off.
  • 9.4Dances down the track and gets it past a diving cover for a single. Long off mops the ball up.
  • 9.3Slower ball, outside leg, worked through mid-wicket for a single.
  • 9.2Full and wide outside off, slapped through the covers for a brace.
  • 9.1Around middle, tucked through mid-wicket for a couple.
  • Krunal Pandya to bowl now.
  • 8.6On the shorter side, Buttler punches it on the off side for a single. 143 still needed in 66 balls. 51/4
  • 8.5On middle and leg, this is worked towards square leg for one.
  • 8.4Curran drives the fuller ball firmly but straight to the man at cover.
  • 8.3Flatter outside off, Buttler punches this towards wide mid off and takes a single.
  • 8.2SIX! As long as Buttler is there, Rajasthan will feel they have a chance. It was floated around off, Buttler sends this into orbit, over deep square leg.
  • Interesting. Tom Curran has been promoted. Probably because his countryman is batting out there.
  • 8.1OUT! CAUGHT! Another sensational catch. This edition of the League has not at all been short of this. Another Under-19 sensation, Anukul Roy, the substitute fielder, takes a sensational catch. Floated outside off, Lomror comes down the pitch and looks to chip this over covers. He however does not time it right and gets it high in the air. Anukul, at short cover, runs back, dives and plucks a sensational one. 'Magnificent' goes Bishop, on-air!
  • DRINKS! Rajasthan need a mssive move-on. Forget about winning, but to stay competitive in the tournament, they need to have a decent net run rate. Play out your 12 overs and try and get as close to that 193 as possible.
  • 7.6Pattinson appeals for LBW but the umpire says no. He turns to his captain for a review and Sharma thinks but is not interested. Lomror shuffles across and looked to tickle this to fine leg. It was fullish and on middle and leg, hits the pads of Lomror as he looked to play at it. A huge appeal from the bowler but nothing from the umpire. Was that pitching outside leg? Looks so. 42/3
  • 7.5On middle, Buttler closes the face of his bat to flick it towards Boult at fine leg. One run taken.
  • 7.4Fullish on middle and leg, whipped to backward square leg for a couple.
  • 7.3Full, outside off, driven to cover. The boundaries seemed to have dried up for now. Rajasthan need to protect their wickets while also upping their scoring rate, lest the target becomes an impossible mountain to climb, later on.
  • 7.2Shortish length delivery, Buttler pulls this towards Hardik Pandya at deep square leg and comes back for the second.
  • 7.1Shouts of catch as Lomror pulls this shortish delivery towards deep square leg. It though lands safely and a single is taken.
  • 6.6Edgy single! Chahar tosses this around off, Lomror leans in and looks to drive but it comes off the inner half and goes towards mid-wicket. A single taken. Rajasthan need 159 in 78 balls. 35/3
  • 6.5Flatter outside off, Buttler punches this on the off side and takes a single.
  • 6.4On the shorter side down the leg side, Buttler goes back and looks to play that on the leg side but misses and gets hit on the body.
  • 6.3Fuller and outside off, Buttler comes down the track and nudges it to cover.
  • 6.2Goes for the reverse sweep again but it is straight to Kishan at point and this time he stops it well.
  • 6.1Floated full on middle and off, Buttler reverse sweeps to Kishan at point. The fielder fumbles a touch and they sneak in two.
  • Spin time as Rahul Chahar is into the attack now.
  • 5.6End of an excellent powerplay for Mumbai. They have reduced Rajasthan to 31/3 at the end of it. Length delivery on midde and leg, this is tapped to the leg side for one. 31/3
  • 5.5Full and outside off, Buttler stands still and looks to drive but the ball whizzes past his outside edge. He was standing deep inside his crease on that occasion, Buttler.
  • 5.4Good running there. Mahipal taps this to the left of the keeper and wants a quick single. Buttler responds well and rushes towards the striker's end. The throw hits the stumps at the striker's end but Buttler was well in. A single.
  • 5.3Outside off, on a length, blocked to the off side.
  • 5.2FOUR! That is an excellent shot from Mahipal Lomror. Fullish and outside off, he drives this through covers for a boundary.
  • 5.1Shouts of catch as Lomror works the fuller delivery uppishly through point and takes a couple.
  • James Pattinson is in the attack now.
  • 4.6A single to end the fifth over. 171 needed in 90 balls for Rajasthan. Back of a length delivery, this is stabbed towards mid-wicket for one. 23/3
  • 4.5Buttler blindly turns back for a second and is rightly sent back. On the pads, he clips this to fine leg and takes one. Blindly goes for the second and Lomror rightly sends him back.
  • 4.4FOUR! Finds the gap for a boundary, Buttler. Fullish and outside off, he gently guides this in the gap between short third man and backward point and bags a boundary.
  • 4.3Shortish ball, Lomror punches that back to the bowler off his back foot. Boult fails to contain it. It goes past him and the batters take a single.
  • 4.2BEATEN! Excellent delivery from Boult. Length ball outside off, Mahipal looks to play at it but the ball sneaks past his outside edge to the keeper.
  • 4.1Outside off, Lomror finds point on the cut.
  • 3.6A dot to finish as Buttler hops and keeps the shortish delivery out. 16/3
  • 3.5Buttler punches this off the back foot on the off side.
  • 3.4FOUR! Again, pure timing this from Buttler. Full and on middle and leg, he turns this to the mid-wicket fence. Krunal Pandya gives chase but he fails to cut it off.
  • 3.3Oooh... That one did not miss the off stump by much! In fact, how did it miss is the bigger question. Bumrah bowls an excellent yorker just around off, millimeters away from the pole. Buttler looks to dig it out but misses. Agonizing for Boom and Mumbai. That one missed the timber by just!
  • 3.2This time Bumrah bangs it short on the stumps. It keeps a hint low and Buttler manages to keep it out.
  • 3.1Fullish and outside off, Buttler works it towards cover.
  • 2.6Outside off on a length, defended to the off side. Rajasthan need 182 in 102 balls still. 12/3
  • Who will walk out to bat now? Mahipal Lomror it is.
  • 2.5OUT! CAUGHT! Excellent bowling from Boult. Smart bowling, smart field placement from Sharma. Boult bangs it short and on top of the stumps, Samson looks to pull but gets a top edge. It goes just where the mid on fielder was stationed. Rohit Sharma, the skipper, takes an easy catch and Rajasthan in early trouble. 3-down before the end of the Powerplay.
  • 2.4Full and outside off, driven towards cover for a run.
  • 2.3Misses! Innovation does not get the desired result. Buttler looks to go across and scoop this over fine leg. It was fuller and close to the leg pole. He ends up missing it.
  • 2.2Full and outside off, driven to cover this time.
  • 2.1FOUR! This one is pure timing from Buttler. Full and outside off, he creams the drive through covers for a boundary.
  • 1.6A huge appeal for a caught behind. Bumrah is shouting. But no says the umpire. Mumbai do not take the review as well. What an over for the defending champions this! This was a length delivery around off, nips back in after pitching. Samson looked to play at it. There is some noise as the ball passes through to the keeper, who takes it. Mumbai appeal but no says the umpire. Perhaps it clipped the top of the pad on its way. 7/2
  • 1.5Fullish and outside off, driven to wide mid off.
  • Sanju Samson walks out to the crease now.
  • 1.4OUT! CAUGHT! That's a huge wicket for Mumbai. Smith is strong on the leg side and plays the heave often. But this time that proves to be his undoing. He shuffles across and looks to heave over mid-wicket. Bumrah bowls it fullish outside off. It pitches and comes in a touch. Takes a faint inside edge and goes to the left of de Kock. The keeper dives to his left and takes an excellent catch.
  • 1.3Shortish and around middle and leg, Buttler looks to clip it on the leg side but the extra bounce does him in. Gets it on the pad. It goes further off the deflection to the off side and a leg bye is taken.
  • 1.2Full, outside off, driven by Smith towards wide mid off. He takes a quick single.
  • 1.1Full and on middle, flicked to short mid-wicket.
  • Who will bowl from the other end? Jasprit Bumrah it is.
  • 0.6A single to finish the first over. Full and outside off, driven towards cover for a quick single. 5 runs and a wicket off the first. 5/1
  • 0.5Smith drives this on the off side but finds cover.
  • 0.4FOUR! The first boundary in the chase. Fullish and outside off, Smith shuffles across, picks it from there and sends it to the deep square leg fence.
  • 0.3Full and outside off, Smith works it back to the bowler for a dot.
  • Steven Smith walks out to bat at No. 3.
  • 0.2OUT! CAUGHT! That's a peach of a delivery from Trent Boult. The youngster has to go back after another dismal outing. Boult lands it on a length outside off and gets it to nip away after pitching. Yashashvi goes after it but gets an outside edge. Quinton takes it safely and Mumbai draw first blood.
  • 0.1On the pads, glanced to mid-wicket for a dot.
  • We are back for the chase! Yashashvi Jaiswal and Jos Buttler are the openers for Rajasthan. Trent Boult with the ball first up for Mumbai. Here we go...

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