IPL 2021: RCB vs Mumbai First Match Highlights Scorecard Result

The first match of the 14th season of IPL was played between Mumbai Indians (MI) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in Chennai.

Batting first after losing the toss, the Mumbai team gave a target of 160 runs. In response, the Bangalore team scored 100+ runs losing 5 wickets. At the moment, AB de Villiers is at the crease.

The Bengaluru team got its first setback for 36 runs. Spin all-rounder Washington Sundar could not perform well. He scored 10 off 16 balls and was dismissed by Krunal Pandya’s ball. The team lost the second wicket for 46 runs. Rajat Patidar, who was playing a debut match, could only score 8 runs. Trent Bolt hunted them down.

Glenn Maxwell Hit his First Six in IPL 2021

Glenn Maxwell of the Bangalore team hit a six in the IPL for the first time since the 2018 season. He did not play the tournament in the 2019 season. In 2020 Maxwell played for Kings XI Punjab. At that time, he had scored just 108 runs in 13 matches at an average of 15.42 and could not hit a single six. This time RCB bought Maxwell at auction for Rs 15.50 crore.

Washington Sundar Came to Open with Kohli vs Mi

in the first over. Washington Sundar got a life on the second ball of the first over of the innings. Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma, standing in the second slip, left this catch. The over was of fast bowler Trent Boult. At this time, Sunder could not even open an account. However, he could not take advantage of this and was dismissed for 10 runs.

MI VS RCB, lost 6 wickets to make last 31 runs

Mumbai Indians scored 159 runs losing 9 wickets. The team had scored 128 runs for 3 wickets in 15 overs, but added 31 runs in the last 30 balls and lost 6 wickets. Debut opener Chris Lynn scored the highest 49 off 35 balls. Apart from him, Suryakumar Yadav scored 31 and Ishaan Kishan scored 28 runs. RCB fast bowler Harshal Patel took the maximum 5 wickets.

Chris Lynn and Suryakumar Yadav Control The inning For MUMBAI VS Royal Challengers Banglore 2021

Mumbai team did not have a good start. The team got its first setback in the fourth over of the innings at a score of 24. Captain Rohit Sharma was runout after scoring 19 runs off 15 balls.
After this Chris Lynn and Suryakumar handled the innings for the second wicket with a partnership of 70 off 43 balls. The second wicket fell on a score of 94. Suryakumar was out.

The team was able to add 11 runs that opener Chris Lynn was also dismissed. He missed Fifty by one run. Washington Sundar caught him on his ball.
Half of Mumbai’s team returned to the pavilion for 145 runs in the run of fast runs. First Harshal Patel sent Hardik Pandya to the pavilion. Hardik could score only 13 runs.
After this, even Ishan Kishan could not stay at the crease. Harshal made him his second victim and slowed down Mumbai’s fast scoring strategy in the last over.
MI team lost 3 wickets in the last over. Herschel sent Kieron Pollard and Marco Jansen to the pavilion on two consecutive balls. In the end, Rahul Chahar was runout.
Mumbai team added 31 runs in the last 5 overs. The team lost 6 wickets during this period. There was a big partnership between Chris Lynn and Suryakumar for the team.

During the chopper shot, Krunal’s bat was broken
and on the third ball of the 19th over, Krunal Pandya’s bat broke. Krunal was trying to hit a helicopter shot like Mahendra Singh Dhoni. The over was of fast bowler Kyle Jameson.

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