TFG Fantasy Sports: Stats, Facts & Team for Mumbai Indians v Rajasthan Royals

TFG Fantasy Sports: Stats, Facts & Team for Mumbai Indians v Rajasthan Royals

Jos Buttler made a sensational return to form as Rajasthan Royals (RR), despite the middle-order wobble, beat Mumbai Indians (MI) by four wickets in the 27th match of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019 at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Saturday.

A 28-run hand from Ben Stokes and a 7-ball 19 from Shreyas Gopal helped Rajasthan post a 151-run total on the board, which was at least 15 runs below the par score.

This was Royals' second victory of the season in seven games after losing a last-ball thriller to CSK less than 48 hours back.

With the required run-rate over nine right from the offset, Buttler and Ajinkya Rahane put on 60 for the opening wicket.

Jos Buttler, for his 89 off 43 balls and three catches.

Buttler initially played second fiddle to Rahane but then upped his ante once skipper was gone. English all-rounders Ben Strokes, who was hit for a six by New Zealand's Mitchell Santner to seal the four-wicket win for Chennai, will have to come up with something special with both bat and ball.

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Joseph was the costliest bowler having conceded 53 runs in three overs.

Earlier, after put in to bat, Quinton de Kock's 81, 47 from Rohit Sharma and Hardik Pandya scored a quickfire 28 off 11 balls guided MI to 187/5. The Royals lost four wickets for just four runs in that duration, but Shreyas Gopal finished it off for the visitors with a timely boundary off Hardik Pandya.

Then Rohit ripped apart pacer Dhawal Kulkarni, striking three fours, including a splendid cover drive, as Mumbai gathered 14 runs from it. The duo stitched a 96-run stand inside 11 overs for the opening wicket to lay a solid foundation.

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Pandya played the shot of the innings on the last ball of the penultimate over when he pulled off the helicopter shot for a maximum off the bowling of Joffra Archer. They dominated the bowling dispatching everything to the boundary.

Meanwhile, for Rohit Sharma, it was his 100th match as captain for Mumbai Indians (including the now-defunct Champions League T20 games).

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