Pollards blitz helps Mumbai record their highest IPL chase

  • Editorji_ipl
  • English
  • 2021
  • 00h : 00m : 50s

    Audio: English

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<p>The two most successful teams in IPL&nbsp;history perhaps played one of the best games of the season as Mumbai Indians stunned league leaders Chennai Super Kings by 4 wickets. Batting first, Chennai smashed 218/4 from 20 overs. Faf&nbsp;du Plessis&nbsp;and Moeen&nbsp;Ali hit quickfire fifties but the centre stage&nbsp;was occupied by Ambati&nbsp;Rayudu&nbsp;who hit an unbeaten 72 off just 27 balls. In reply, skipper Rohit&nbsp;Sharma&nbsp;along with Quinton de Kock&nbsp;gave Mumbai&nbsp;Indians a stunning start. A middle-order collapse crippled Mumbai&nbsp;once again but Kieron&nbsp;Pollard powered through. After settling in, POllard&nbsp;lost more partners as the two Pandya&nbsp;brothers came and went quickly. But a blitzkrieg from the West Indian ensured Mumbai&nbsp;went past the finish line on the last ball with 4 wickets in hand. Pollard remained unbeaten on a&nbsp;stunning 87 off 34 balls which perhaps could be one of the best knocks in IPL history.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p>