The Mumbai Indians successfully defended their IPL crown after claiming a five-wicket victory over the Delhi Capitals in Tuesday’s final.
Suryakumar Yadav’s 79 off 43 balls guided the Mumbai Indians to a five-wicket win against the Royal Challengers Bangalore in Wednesday’s top-of-the-table clash in Abu Dhabi.
Quinton de Kock chats to Ian Bishop after his man-of-the-match performance against the Capitals propelled the Mumbai Indians to the top of the IPL table.
The Mumbai Indians moved to the top of the IPL standings after cruising to a 57-run win over the Rajasthan Royals on Tuesday.
AB de Villiers put on a hitting masterclass en route to a half-century, which set up a nail-biting Super Over victory for the Royal Challengers over the Mumbai Indians.
South African opener Quinton de Kock failed with the bat, but brilliance from Rohit Sharma guided the Mumbai Indians to a 49-run win over the Kolkata Knight Riders in Wednesday’s IPL action, writes JUANDRE JOUBERT.
The Royal Challengers Bangalore have reportedly traded Proteas wicketkeeper/batsman Quinton de Kock to the Mumbai Indians in an all-money deal as the IPL’s first trade for 2019.
The Mumbai Indians strengthened their chances of a playoff spot by beating the Kings XI Punjab by three runs.
Jasprit Bumrah’s exceptional death bowling opened up the playoff race as he stole a victory for the Mumbai Indians, who beat the Kings XI Punjab by three runs in Mumbai.
England’s Ben Stokes and West Indian Jofra Archer were in top form with the ball for Rajasthan Royals to keep the Mumbai Indian batsmen in check.
Jos Buttler kept his form-train running with a fifth consecutive IPL 50 to bump the Rajasthan Royals up to fifth place on the log.
Ishan Kishan’s power-packed 62 off 21 balls ensured that the Mumbai Indians defeated the Kolkata Knight Riders by 102 runs at Eden Gardens.
Ishan Kishan raced to 50 off 17 balls to set up the slaughter of the Kolkata Knight Riders at Eden Gardens, as the Mumbai Indians leapfrogged their opponents into fourth spot on the log.
Suryakumar Yadav’s 59 off 39 balls helped the Mumbai Indians post a target of 181 which they defended against the Kolkata Knight Riders despite a Robin Uthappa half-century.
Suryakumar Yadav’s half-century kept the Mumbai Indians in contention for a playoff spot as they beat the Kings XI Punjab by six wickets.