full and outside off, Gopal backs away, manufactures swinging room and scythes it up and over mid-off. He wins it for the Royals
Buttler fifty sets up sloppy Royals win
The result ended Mumbai's three-match winning streak while Royals notched just their second win of the season
7.38pm How did this even come down to the last over after Jos Buttler clattered 89 off 43 balls, including six boundaries in a row. From 147 for 1, Royals tumbled to 174 for 6, and were left needing six off the last over bowled by Hardik Pandya. Gopal nearly holed out off the first ball, missed the second, but connected well with the third to give Royals their second victory of the season. That's all we have for you from this match. Do join us for the second double-header of the day: Kings XI v RCB. This is Deivarayan Muthu signing off on the behalf of Alex Malcolm, Venkat Raghav, and P Ranjith
Rahane: It feels good to win, but not really happy the way we played. That one over changed the game. 30 ball 30, we should have won it easily. There was a bit of nervousness, but we backed Gopal and KG to do it for us. We have to win almost every game now. We were in a similar situation last year too. We need to play fearless cricket, and I personally enjoy playing at the Wankhede.
Jos Buttler, Player of the Match: Great place to come out and play cricket. The last couple of overs were tricky and we desperately needed it. I'm playing the best cricket I've played over a prolonged period of time. I was disappointed to get out when I did. When you give quality teams a little bit of sniff, they get back into the game. I'm nervous without any gloves on, but nice to have a runaround. We will take a lot of confidence from this win.
banged in short on middle, backs away. Swings again and misses
Mid-off runs back, dives, but this skier eludes him. Fuller on off, Gopal swings for the hills, slices it in the end and gets away
Royals need six off six balls with four wickets in hand. Hardik Pandya to bowl it
edged and dropped by Kishan to his right. Sharp chance. Gopal makes room again, this is much fuller and swerving away. Draws a healthy outside edge, but Kishan can't cling on
144.8ks short and outside off, the extra pace of Bumrah works against him. Gopal manufactures some swinging room and scythes it away fine of deep third man for a crucial four
short and bursts in from wide of the crease, Gopal backs away. Wafts and does not make contact. Was there a tickle on that? Nope
back of a length and outside off, punched on the up straight of Joseph at mid-off. Joseph chases hard and slides at the edge of the boundary. He jams his right shoulder into the turf and writhes in pain. The Mumbai team doctor is out to tend to Joseph
141ks yorker from wide of the crease, Gowtham falls over. This yorker is just too good for him. But, this seems to be heading down the leg side. Not given, Rohit challenges the on-field not-out decision.
Has Smith nicked off? The finger goes up and Smith walks off. Bumrah ventures wide of the crease, angles a length ball into Smith and then gets it to straighten away. Smith has a flat-footed waft and feathers it behind to Kishan
Oh dear, the Royals continue to tumble. Drifts in on middle, full and straight. Livingstone drops down to one knee. He goes for an almighty slog-sweep like Tripathi had done earlier this over. He can't touch it. And Krunal rattles the stumps. Six runs and three wickets off the last two overs
slower and spinning away outside off, chipped down to long-off
chopped from off stump to short third man
flatter and shorter outside off, hauled away to wide long-on off the back foot
dropped short and wide, cut off the back foot but can't get it past point
Livingstone on IPL debut
tossed outside off, Tripathi holes out to deep midwicket. He drags a slog-sweep against the turn and across the line. Caught Hardik Pandya bowled Krunal Pandya. What're you doing, Rajasthan Royals?
What an over from Bumrah. Just three runs and the wicket of Samson to go with it
on a length and around off, dabbed to third man
Tripathi. A slip in place
full and straight at 142.1ks, Samson shuffles a fair away across off, plays across the line, and wears it on the front pad in line with middle and leg. Samson has been given out lbw, he chats to Smith and calls for a review. The tracker returns umpire's call on leg stump and Samson has to go
dug in short on middle, Smith hastily pulls the ball to deep square leg
Balkrishna : "Alzarri Joseph from taking six wickets on debut to conceding six boundaries to Jos Buttler in one over... 6 4 4 4 4 6"
short and skidding into the body of Smith. He pulls, misses, and cops a glancing blow on the mid-riff
shortish and outside off, run away to point