And that's it for tonight. A side known for its six-hitting has lost trying to steal singles and doubles. Will they question that part of their game? We leave you with a teaser from our report. Thanks for joining us.
"Almost out of the tournament, needing a lot of rain in the rest of the tournament to stay alive, Mumbai Indians still gave their raucous home crowd something to cheer about, defending eight runs in the last over with six Gujarat Titans wickets in hand.
Titans, who have snatched win from the defeats of jaw on a few occasions earlier in the tournament with some incredible six-hitting, took the defeat out of a victory’s grasp thanks to quick ones and twos that resulted in run-outs.
For about 33 overs between the Mumbai powerplay and the last over of the match, Titans looked on track for a win that would all but seal their qualifications to the play-offs. They restricted Mumbai to 177 despite a flying start, Rohit Sharma’s best in all IPL matches. Then both their openers got fifties followed by quick innings from Hardik Pandya and David Miller. However, thanks to the run-outs, Titans contrived to lose on a night that Jasprit Bumrah went for 48 runs."