full toss on middle, swatted to long-on and Mumbai hung in there to clinch a thriller. Replays suggest that the last ball of the match should have been a no-ball, which would have meant a free-hit. That's a terrible miss from the umpire. RCB players aren't pleased
Mumbai hold on after Bumrah magic, no-ball controversy
Off his last ball, when Shivam Dube needed to hit a six to take the game into a Super Over, Malinga overstepped, but the umpire missed the obvious no-ball, leaving the home side shaking in disbelief
That's all from us. Hoping everyone has their fingernails in tact. Good night
Jasprit Bumrah is the player of the match
Rohit Sharma: Honestly, I just go to know after crossing the rope that it was a no-ball. These kind of mistakes aren't good for the game. The over before that Bumrah bowled a ball which wasn't a wide but it was called. Anything over 180 you can fight with. It wasn't a safe score but we had the bowlers to get the job done. Even though Virat and AB had a partnership going, we didn't panic. I thought we stuck to our plans, it was a great effort by the bowlers. Should have got 200 with the bat on this pitch.
Anirrudh: "With all the technology available, I wonder why third umpire doesn't review for a no-ball every single ball instantly! It's bemusing to use to not leverage what we have!"
Nisar: "Whenever there is trouble, eyes move towards Bumrah. And he always delivers. This time the pupil lead the way and the master (Malinga) held his nerve"
Virat Kohli: "We are playing at IPL level, not club cricket ... that's just a ridiculous call off the last ball. the umpires should have their eyes open, it was a no-ball by an inch. it's a completely different game altogether. so if it's a game of margins, I don't know what's happening. They should have been more sharp and more careful out there."
The cries of ABD from the Bengaluru crowd have been muzzled by Bumrah's brilliance, as Mumbai clinch their first win of the season. As soon as the game finished, Nehra stormed out to the middle and was involved in an animated chat with the fourth umpire regarding the last ball, which was clearly a no-ball, missed by the on field umpires.
A wide yorker should eliminate six and do the trick
yorker on off and de Villiers only manages a thick inside edge to midwicket. They only need to protect six now
full toss outside off, hammered straight to deep point and it's down to de Villiers again
yorker on middle, swung away to deep squareleg for one
ABD's sides have never lost in IPL when he has remained not out in chase
slower ball on off, sliced up in the air towards short third-man, and Bumrah, who has kept Mumbai in the contest by the skin of their teeth drops a dolly running back
full on middle and Dube says I'm going to do it all by myself. Clears his left leg and muscles it over long-off
full outside off, pushed to mid-off and Bumrah has given Mumbai 16 to play with, besides keeping de Villiers away from strike
perfect yorker, keeps it to one as de Villiers squeezes it out to long-on
short ball as de Villiers shapes to shuffle across again and it's too quick for him as he swings and misses
length outside off, another slower ball, de Grandhomme is early into the shot, gets some elevation but no distance, and skies it straight to deep cover. Bumrah pulls it back Mumbai's way, but de Villiers will be on strike
slower ball outside off, swing and a miss and called wide. Harsh call, by the look of it
yorker outside off, de Villiers shuffles across, digs it out and they scamper one
length outside off, crunched straight to point, there's a fumble from Yuvraj and they get through for one
Puneet: "ABD pls come off retirement. SAf needs you for the world cup"
short ball, quick one, de Villiers misses the pull
that's another one! full toss on the pads and it's easy pickings for de Villiers, helped along over deep squareleg
slower ball outside off, de Villiers is nearly on the ground as he swats it over deep cover-point, somehow generating insane power to clear the fence
length on off, swung away to deep midwicket for one
length on off, wild swing from de Villiers, gets a thick inside edge to deep squareleg
full toss, de Villiers shuffles across, goes down on one knee and nails the sweep to deep squareleg's right for four
short ball, surprises de Grandhomme, who is camping on the front foot, hence late on the pull and misses by a mile