It was the clash of the titans when Virat Kohli locked horns against Rohit Sharma. Two of the best white ball players in the world at the moment. It is a known fact that Virat Kohli celebrates the wickets of opposition team in an aggressive manner and it was no different when RCB trapped Rohit Sharma who got out for 8 runs.
Mumbai Indians were asked to chase 202 runs in their 20 overs and it was pressure on the chasing side right from the word go. Washington Sundar didn’t get to bowl much in the previous two games and Virat Kohli decided to open the bowling with him in this game and it paid off big time.
When Rohit Sharma tried to clear the long boundary in the 2nd over of their innings, he was caught at deep mid-wicket by Pawan Negi of the bowling of Washington Sundar. Virat Kohli was delighted with the way the plan had worked out and was seen animated in the field.
Virat Kohli was brilliant as a captain where RCB won the match in the super over. Rohit Sharma won the toss and asked RCB to bat first on a good batting surface. RCB openers Aaron Finch and Devdutt Padikkal came out with an intent to take down the MI bowlers and they managed to score 60 runs in their first 6 overs.
Mr.360 was absolutely magnificent with the bat as he 55 from just 24 balls including 4 sixes and 4 boundaries.
Mumbai Indians were in all sorts of trouble when they lost both their openers for a combined total of 22 runs but it was the comeback man Ishan Kishan who was magnificent with the bat and teared the RCB bowling attack. In the end he got out for 99 runs.
Kieron Pollard did what he is used to do as he scored a 60 from just 24 balls and brought back MI from nowhere and took the match into super over. MI scored 8 runs in their super over and RCB chased that down with the help of AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli.