87 not out off 34 balls
Mumbai won over Chennai for the final ball
Pollard (17 balls) became the first player to record the Fastest Fifty this season. Prithviraj Shah (18 balls) and Rayudu (20 balls) were in the next position.
Mumbai have scored the most runs in the last ten overs (138) in a successful innings
This is the second highest incision in the IPL (219/6). Rajasthan (226/6) The first place
The 219-run target was also shortened before the Kieran Pollard massacre. The match between the two powerful teams ended in a thrilling final ball. Pollard, who came into the ring in the tenth over with eight sixes, gave Mumbai a memorable victory. Earlier, Rayudu, Moin Ali and Duplessis stormed Chennai to a huge score, but CSK were disappointed.
New Delhi: The most memorable match of the latest season. Pollard (87 not out off 34 balls with 6 fours and 8 sixes) single-handedly gave the Mumbai Indians a resounding victory. With his performance, Mumbai won by 4 wickets for the final ball at 219 runs.
Earlier in the day, Chennai batted first and scored 218 for 4 in 20 overs. Ambati Rayudu (72 not out off 27 balls with 4 fours and 7 sixes), Moin Ali (58 off 36 balls with 5 fours and 5 sixes) and Duplessis (50 off 28 balls with 2 fours and 4 sixes) scored lightning fifties. Pollard took 2 wickets. Mumbai won by 219 runs for 6 wickets in 20 overs. Sam Curran took 3 wickets. Pollard was named man of the match.
The sky is the limit ..: Mumbai started with a huge incision. Decock (38) and Rohit (35) put on 71 for the first wicket with lightning speed. However, in a short period of time, Suryakumar (3) withdrew along with these two. Krunal (32) played fast for a while. But Pollard played fiercely. Pollard hit 3 sixes in the 13th over and 2 sixes in the 14th over. He completed his fifty in 17 balls with 6,4,4,4 in the 15th over. Jadeja and Duplessis, on the other hand, dropped catches to Chennai. In the 19th over, Hardik (16) hit two sixes and Neesham (0) took the wicket along with Sam. Pollard, however, ended the match with two fours and a six for 16 off six balls.
Badude Badudu: Batting first, Chennai lost Ruturaj Gaikwad (4) in the fourth ball of the first over. Moin Ali and Duplessis then showed the Mumbai bowlers the dots. The score reached 112/1 in 10.4 overs. 108 runs for the second wicket. Ali 6,4 in the third over .. 49 in the power play with another six in the fifth over. Ali then hit two sixes and two fours in the tenth over to take the score to 95/1. In Bumrah’s innings, Duplessis lost 6,6,4 in the 11th over for a crucial fifth wicket off the fifth ball. In the next over, Pollard bowled Duplessis and Raina (2) for Chennai.
The size of the stone at the end: In death overs, Ambati Rayudu is the sky’s the limit. Sent the ball into any of the stands. The team scored 17 runs with two sixes in the 16th over. In the 17th over, 21 runs were scored at 4,6,4. He completed his half century in 20 balls with another 6,4,6 in the 18th over. 20 runs were scored in this over as well. Chennai ended the innings with 6,4 in the last over. Chennai scored 82 runs in the last five overs with Rayudu Joru.
Chennai: Ruturaj (c) Hardik (b) Boultల్ 4; Duplessis (c) Bumra (b) Pollard 50; Moin Ali (c) Decock (b) Bumra 58; Raina (c) Krunal (b) Pollard 2; Rayudu (not out) 72; Jadeja (not out) 22; Extras: 10; Overall: 218/4 in 20 overs. Fall of wickets: 1-4, 2-112, 3-116, 4-116. Bowling: Boult 4-0-42-1; Dhawal Kulkarni 4-0-48-0; Bumra 4-0-56-1; Rahul Chahar 4-0-32-0; Neesham 2-0-26–0; Pollard 2-0-12-2.
Mumbai: Decock (C&B) Ali 38; Rohit (c) Gaikwad (b) Shardul 35; Suryakumar (c) Dhoni (b) Jadeja 3; Krunal (LB) Curran 32; Pollard (not out) 87; Hardick (c) Duplessis (b) Curran 16; Neesham (c) Shardul (b) Curran 0; Dhawal (not out) 0; Extras: 8; Overall: 219/6 in 20 overs; Fall of wickets: 1-71, 2-77, 3-81, 4-170, 5-202, 6-203; Bowling: Deepak Chahar 4-0-37-0; Curran 4-0-34-3; Engidi 4-0-62-0; Shardul 4-0-56-1; Jadeja 3-0-29-1; Ali 1-0-1-1.