Dubai: Royal Challengers Bangalore Defeated Mumbai by a landslide and gave full josh to the fans. Among the RCB bowlers, Herschelle Patel took 4 wickets for a hat-trick to seal Mumbai’s fall. Along with Herschel, spinner Chahal gave up only 11 runs in 4 overs and took 3 wickets with a 2.75 economy to record the best figures. Also all-rounder Glenn Maxwell took 2 wickets, Mohammad Siraj took 1 wicket. In chasing, Rohit Sharma (5 fours off 43 balls, 1 six) and Quinton Decock (4 fours off 24:23 balls) gave Mumbai a fine opening.
Mumbai squatted after the two were out for a good opening. Not a single player scored twice. Mumbai were bowled out for 111 in 18.1 overs. RCB won by 54 runs. The man of the match was Maxwell (56:37 off 2/23), who took a half-century in batting and two wickets in bowling.
However, with this defeat, Mumbai seems to have lost all the three matches played in the second schedule. However, Bangalore lost the first two matches with a poor performance .. In the third match gave a super comeback. The victory lifted them to third place with 12 points after 6 wins in 10 matches in the points table. However, the RCB situation is still a matter of concern in terms of run rate. With a run rate of -0.359, KKR (+0.322) lags behind Punjab (-0.271).