IPL 2021, MI vs. RR: Mumbai Indians defeated Rajasthan Royals by 7 wickets

Mumbai Indians won by 7 wickets against Rajasthan Royals in the 24th match of IPL 2021. Captain Rohit Sharma was very pleased with the performance of the team and the victory was given to Quinton Deacock and Krunal Pandya. Dickock’s batting silence against Rajasthan so far this season has won the team by an unbeaten innings of 70 off 50 balls. Krunal Pandya, who was promoted to bat, was also impressed with his batting and scored 39 off just 26 balls.

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Rohit, who praised Quinton Deacock’s inning after the match, said: ‘I’m very happy with Quinton’s inning, we know how well he can play. We should not make the mistake of forgetting Krunal’s innings. Rohit praised the bowlers, ‘I think the bowlers have done a great job for us. We have only given 50 runs in the last 7 overs, when he had seven wickets. We have done everything well since the first delivery of today’s match. However, Rohit was unable to show anything special off the bat and was dismissed for just 14 runs.

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Earlier, Jose Butler and a successful Jaiswal bang for Rajasthan, losing toss and bowling, adding 66 for the first wicket. Butler was stumped in the big blow against Rahul Chahar and he scored 41 runs. After that, the successful Jaiswal, who had been making good shots, caught Rahul’s spin trap and returned to the pavilion with 32 runs. Skipper Sanju Samson (42) and Shivam Dubey (35) added 57 for the third wicket. In the 18th over of the innings, Trent Bolt relieved Mumbai by giving Sanju Samson a clean bowling. Only 10 runs were added to the scoreboard, while Bumrah dismissed Shivam. David Miller and Ryan Parag took some good shots in the last over to take the team to 171.

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