A fine penultimate over from Jasprit Bumrah, a brilliant last over from Lasith Malinga and a blunder for the benefit of on-field umpires implied Mumbai Indians beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by six keeps running in the Match 7 of the Indian Premier League on Thursday. 

Pursuing a battling focus of 188, RCB got off to a decent begin with Parthiv Patel and Moeen Ali at the wrinkle. The pair hit couple of limits at an opportune time in the pursuit to put the weight on the MI bowlers. 

Be that as it may, an awful bit of running between the wickets cost Moeen his wicket as Rohit Sharma influenced a splendid direct hit. Virat Kohli turned out in the center like a man on a mission as he hit three limits off Jasprit Bumrah to clear his goals. 

Kohli and Parthiv took RCB past the 50-run mark yet the last couldn't keep going long as he was castled by Mayank Markande for 31. In the equivalent over Markande could have the wicket of AB De Villiers too yet his catch was dropped by Yuvraj Singh in the slips while he was batting on 0. 

Kohli and ABD took RCB's score over the 100-run mark and throughout their association, the RCB captain turned into the second cricketer after Suresh Raina to finish 5000 IPL runs. 

In any case, before he could total his 50 years, Kohli (46) top-edged a Bumrah conveyance and Hardik took a simple catch to send back the risk man. Shimron Hetmyer (4) too fell not long after as he turned into Bumrah's second scalp of the night. 

In any case, the South African propped up on the opposite end and indented up a merited 50 years. He at that point cut free and hit Hardik for 18 keeps running in the 18 over to cut down the objective in shocking style. 

Bumrah astonished an astounding penultimate where he gave away only five runs and complete his four quantity to four over with remarkable figures of 3/20. 

Bangalore required 17 keeps running off the last finished and Malinga held his nerves in spite of Shivam Dube hitting him for an immense six off the principal ball. Off the following five conveyances, the Sri Lankan whiz surrendered only five keeps running as MI got over the line. 

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In any case, there was still some contention after the finish of the match as replays demonstrated that the last ball from Malinga was a no-ball and the on-field umpires neglected to spot it. 

Prior, Hardik Pandya's late appearance guaranteed MI completed at an honorable 187/8 of every 20 overs as they lost wickets at standard interims in the center overs. 

Mumbai got off to a flying begin in the innings with captain Rohit Sharma and Quinton de Kock managing in limits from the word go. The pair got the MI score past the 50-run mark in simply the 6th over of the innings. 

Yuzvendra Chahal then got into the demonstration and he rejected de Kock for 23 to give the opening achievement. Suryakumar Yadav then united with Rohit and the pair proceeded with the stream of runs. 

Just before he could cross the 50-run mark, Rohit was rejected by Umesh Yadav for 48. Suryakumar and Yuvraj Singh then took MI over the 100-run mark. 

Yuvraj then went crazy and hit Chahal for three sixes straight to get back to better days in staggering style. Yet, in attempting to hit his fourth six in the same number of balls, he was gotten out in the profound by Mohammed Siraj for 23. 

This is when MI lost wickets at customary interims as Suryakumar Yadav, Kieron Pollard and Krunal Pandya fell one after another. Exactly when it appeared as though MI will battle for keeps running toward the finish of the innings, Hardik Pandya concocted the products for MI. 

Pandya hit three sixes and two fours in his unbeaten thump of 32 off 14 balls after Chahal decreased MI from an agreeable 124/2 to 147/7.

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