END OF OVER:
20 | 13 Runs | KXIP: 164/7 (26 runs required, RR: 8.20)

  • David Miller30 (17b)
  • Mohit Sharma0 (0b)
  • Jasprit Bumrah4-0-26-3
  • Mitchell McClenaghan4-0-32-2

11.35pm Clinical end-overs bowling from Mumbai. Kings XI left it a tad too late, and just could not muster the required runs in the end. So, Mumbai win an important game. Kings XI lose an important game. Lots of positives though, Maxwell, Miller and Marsh made some runs. Their end-overs bowling was quite good, too. Mumbai with enough firepower, with bat and ball.

Parthiv Patel is the Man of the Match: "Very important for me, on a personal point of view as well. Wicket was dry, we decided that one of us would play till the 15-16th over. Important to carry on the momentum."

Rohit Sharma: "It means a lot, considering our last few games hasn't gone the way we wanted to. We played like we are known to, this is the performance we have been expecting. The stand between Parthiv and Rayudu set the game for us. Really happy with the way we batted. We always knew someone or the other would have to put up his hand and set the game for us (bowlers). All games from here are important for us."

Sanjay Bangar represents Kings XI at the presentation. Miller not available, not sure of the reason. : "I thought we bowled pretty poorly in this game. 190 on the track on the large outfield was always going to be challenging. 50-50 things haven't gone out way. No excuses for a poor bowling effort. Maxwell got over that 10-ball barrier and showed us what he is capable of. We have to be positive, we have a break of about 5 days from now," Bangar says.

19.6
1
Bumrah to Miller, 1 run, good end, inch-perfect yorker. Dug out to long-on. Mumbai get the win they desperately needed. Kings XI stumble further, very hard for them to qualify now.
19.5
2
Bumrah to Miller, 2 runs, full and wide, drilled to long-off. Miller pulls Mohit back for the second
19.4
6
Bumrah to Miller, SIX runs, connects with this. Maybe, a touch too predictable. Miller stays back, deep in the crease, waits for it and slaps the pull way over deep midwicket
19.3
0
Bumrah to Miller, no run, another slower ball on middle, and Miller misses again, bounces over
19.2
2
Bumrah to Miller, 2 runs, slower delivery on leg, Miller too, has no idea and the ball pings off his hips to point. I'm not sure how Miller has got back for the second
19.1
2
Bumrah to Miller, 2 runs, low full toss on off, smashed to cover who misfields and allows Miller to race back for the second

Zuzeja: "I don't get what Miller is trying to do. Why are they moving across. Most of those balls were no balls. In his arc, why wasn't it out of the park"

END OF OVER:
19 | 10 Runs 2 Wkts | KXIP: 151/7 (39 runs required from 6 balls, RR: 7.94, RRR: 39.00)

  • David Miller17 (11b)
  • Mitchell McClenaghan4-0-32-2
  • Jasprit Bumrah3-0-13-3
18.6
W
McClenaghan to Johnson, OUT, another one goes, those zing bails light up yet again. Another yorker on leg, Johnson doesn't have an idea and misses. Leg stumps is uprooted and Johnson falls. All over for Kings XI

MG Johnson b McClenaghan 1 (2m 2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 50.00

18.5
1
McClenaghan to Miller, 1 run, full and straight, Miller squeezes his drive off the inside half to long-on.
18.4
1
McClenaghan to Johnson, 1 run, very high full toss again, just under the waist this time says the umpire. Johnson awkwardly keeps it out

Johnson

18.3
W
McClenaghan to Patel, OUT, swung across the line and bowled im. Speared in the blockhole and Axar tries to mow. Misses and the stumps are clattered

AR Patel b McClenaghan 0 (4m 2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

18.2
1
McClenaghan to Miller, 1 run, and again, Miller gets across and sweeps the full toss to a very fine fielder at fine leg. Just the one, would have been four had that fielder not been positioned there
18.2
1w
McClenaghan to Miller, 1 wide, Miller stays in his crease, trying to sweep and misses but well down leg. Easy call
18.1
0
McClenaghan to Miller, no run, through Miller. Without Miller's stance, that was four stumps down leg, but Miller backed away, looking to make room. Through the feet
18.1
5nb
McClenaghan to Miller, (no ball) FOUR runs, ooh, very high full toss. And a no ball is called. The crowd comes to life. Follows Miller who backs away, Miller swats the full toss past square leg for four. Miller was a few inches down the track, marginal call
18.1
1w
McClenaghan to Miller, 1 wide, eeks, looking for that yorker on leg. Drifts down leg though

chaitu: "New trend started here bowiling well in last four overs"

END OF OVER:
18 | 2 Runs 2 Wkts | KXIP: 141/5 (49 runs required from 12 balls, RR: 7.83, RRR: 24.50)

  • Axar Patel0 (1b)
  • David Miller11 (7b)
  • Jasprit Bumrah3-0-13-3
  • Mitchell McClenaghan3-0-22-0
17.6
0
Bumrah to Patel, no run, slower ball to finish outside off, Axar cannot read the variation and is beaten

Chintan: "Even Bumrah started having Beard and Mustache!!! Welcome to Team India!!!"

17.5
W
Bumrah to Naik, OUT, lovely yorker. Wonderful bowling. Very full on off, Naik is fooled by the change up in pace. Quick and Naik misses his heave. Takes out the off stump and that should be it for Kings XI

NS Naik b Bumrah 1 (3m 3b 0x4 0x6) SR: 33.33

17.4
1
Bumrah to Miller, 1 run, excessively full on off, Miller cannot get under it. Squeezed to long-on

Very quiet crowd

17.3
1
Bumrah to Naik, 1 run, another cutter outside off, swatted to deep midwicket
17.2
0
Bumrah to Naik, no run, another slower ball on off, pulled to square leg. Harbhajan fields and a dot ball.

Nikhil Naik.

17.1
W
Bumrah to Maxwell, OUT, bowled, is that the game? It could as well be. A slower delivery outside off, Maxwell looks to bludgeon it over cover but is through the shot too early, a thick inside edge clips the leg stump. Nice innings from Maxi though.

GJ Maxwell b Bumrah 56 (55m 39b 5x4 1x6) SR: 143.58

END OF OVER:
17 | 6 Runs | KXIP: 139/3 (51 runs required from 18 balls, RR: 8.17, RRR: 17.00)

  • Glenn Maxwell56 (38b)
  • David Miller10 (6b)
  • Mitchell McClenaghan3-0-22-0
  • Kieron Pollard2-0-25-0
16.6
1
McClenaghan to Maxwell, 1 run, don't get it. Very very full, and very very wide. Maxwell gets across, looking to help the ball past square leg, who is in the circle. But all he can do from that position is chip to deep midwicket

A boundary needed here.

16.5
1
McClenaghan to Miller, 1 run, low full toss on leg, good bowling. Skewed to deep midwicket, just the one.

Still not over, though.

IMRAN: "KXI need 1 six of 1 no-ball, 1 six- of off free hit, followed by 5 wides...."

Maxwell's rare fifty in India

34

Number of consecutive T20 innings in India Maxwell had gone without a fifty before this. Had made 499 runs at an average of just 15.12.

slow in powerplay

7.08

Kings XI's scoring rate in Powerplay - the second lowest for any team in this IPL. Only Daredevils score at a lower rate (6.45).

Parthiv's 2nd highest

81

Runs scored by Parthiv Patel in this match - his second highest T20 score in 149 innings.

wicket and a long wait

137

Runs added by Parthiv and Rayudu; this is the highest 2nd wicket partnership to start at a team score of 0 in the IPL.

Rayudu's milestone

3000

T20 runs completed by Ambati Rayudu; he is the 15th Indian batsman to the milestone.

Half in two halves

25/1

Runs by Mumbai Indians in the first five overs. In the next five, they made 52 for no loss.

Mumbai's opening woes

12.14

Average opening stand for Mumbai Indians in seven innings in this IPL - the lowest for any team. As many as 53 of 85 runs came in one innings.

Abbortted

10.4

Kyle Abbott's bowling economy in this IPL. He has managed to take only one wicket from ten overs. He has been left out by Kings XI in this match.

Kings XI v Mumbai in Mohali

3-6

Kings XI's record against Mumbai Indians in Mohali. They have lost their three previous games against Mumbai here.