Bengaluru: After asking RCB to bat first Mumbai Indians bowled very well to stop RCB at 142/5 which started fearsomely with their opening pair of Virat Kohli (c) Chris Gayle, but it was only Kohli who helped RCB to reach 142/5 with his 62 runs off 47 balls. After the innings break, it looked very obvious that MI would easily chase down the target set by RCB, but since cricket is called as game of uncertainties, things changed in favor of RCB when Bengaluru captain brought Samuel Badree in the third over and he took a hat-trick, wickets included of Parthiv Patel, Mitchell McClenaghan, and Nitish Rana.
Samuel Badree who completed his quota of 4 over picking 4 wickets, bowling 1 maiden over and giving 9 runs
Game had various twist and turns, at one point of time, Mumbai was on 35/5 after which Kieron Pollard and Krunal Pandya
recovered the game for MI, Pollard scored 70 runs off 47 balls and Mumbai won the match by 4 wickets.