MI Vs RR, IPL 2019, 27th Match: -Rajasthan Team On Track To Win, Beat Mumbai In A Thrilling Match

Rajasthan Royals who lost in the last two matches have returned to the track of victory. Rajasthan beat Mumbai Indians by 4 wickets.

In the match played at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai offered a challenge of 188 runs for the victory. In reply, Rajasthan achieved this target in 19.3 overs on the loss of 6 wickets. This is Rajasthan's second win of the season.

With this victory, Mumbai Indians has now become four points, though he still remains at seventh place. Rajasthan's Buttler (89) scored the most runs for his team. He hit eight fours and seven sixes in his 43-ball innings. Apart from Butler, Sanju Samson (31) played a key role in Rajasthan's victory.

Rajasthan, however, lost some wickets at regular intervals which saw the match falling. In the last over, he needed six runs. Shreyas Gopal (unbeaten 13), however, he did it without any hesitation and Rajasthan got a second victory.

Earlier, Mumbai Indians lost their toss and batted first, losing 5 wickets in 20 overs, scored 187 runs. Most runs for the Quinton de Kock (81) for Mumbai were made. He hit six fours and four sixes in his 52-ball knock.

Mumbai started well and Rohit Sharma (47), who came to the crease for the first time with Quinton de Kock, got 95 runs in 10.5 overs for the first wicket. This partnership was broken by Joafra Archer. Rohit went out to relax due to injury in the last match and he hit six fours and a six in his 32-ball innings.

After this, the second blow to Mumbai was in the form of Suryakumar Yadav (16). Dhawal Kulkarni showed him the path of the pavilion in the 14th over. He was out on 117 scored of Mumbai and Mumbai's run speed has slowed down here. After returning to the pavilion in the 17th over of Pollard, Quinton de Kock was dismissed for a total of 163 in the 19th over. Archer has made both of these victims of his bowling.

Jaidev Unadkat dismissed Ishaan Kishan (5) in the 20th over. Hardik Pandya (not out 28) adopted an offensive approach after opener Quinton de Kock was dismissed. He hit 1 four and 3 sixes in his 11-ball innings. Jaffra Archer for Rajasthan, three, Jaydev Unadkat and Dhawal Kulkarni picked up one wicket each for Rajasthan

Regular captain Rohit was out of the last match due to a leg injury. In his absence, Kieron Pollard took charge of the team against Kings XI Punjab and scored 83 runs to lead Mumbai to a three-wicket win.

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