RCB vs MI Live Score, IPL 2020: Zampa scalps Hardik, Mumbai four down | Cricket News – Times of India

RCB vs MI: Live Blog | Live Scorecard | Target for MI – 202
12 overs: MI 83/4, need 119 off 48 balls
Successful comeback over from Adam Zampa – a wicket and six runs off it. The asking rate is almost touching 15 per over for Mumbai.
11.2 overs: OUT! Adam Zampa removes Hardik Pandya (15). MI 78/4
Virat Kohli is pumped up in the middle. Third catch for substitute fielder Pawan Negi as Adam Zampa ended Hardik Pandya’s stay. Hardik hit a six for his 15 off 13 balls. Mumbai are going down fast in the big chase.
11 overs: MI 77/3
14 RUNS! Big one for MI as Ishan Kishan (38*) hit two sixes off Navdeep Saini in the over. Mumbai need more such over to close down the deficit.
10.1 overs: SIX! Ishan Kishan (31*) smacks Navdeep Saini straight down the ground for his second maximum. MI 69/3
* Bowling change: Navdeep Saini back into the attack
10 overs: MI 63/3, need 139 off 60 balls
Washington Sundar completed his spell with another brilliant over – just 5 singles off it. Sundar’s final figures: 4-0-12-1. SIMPLYBRILLIANT!
* Washington Sundar back into the attack after the break
9 overs: MI 58/3, nee 144 off 66 balls
Another good, tidy over from Yuzvendra Chahal, six singles off it. Mumbai need big overs quickly to be in the hunt. RCB are firmly in the driver’s seat at the moment.
8 overs: MI 52/3, need 150 more off 72 balls
11 RUNS! Five singles and a six off Adam Zampa’s first over. Good one for Mumbai.
* Hardik Pandya (9*) brings up MI’s 50 with a huge six over deep mid-wicket off Adam Zampa. MI 51/3 in 7.5 overs
* Another bowling chase: Adam Zampa comes into the attack
7 overs: MI 41/3
Successful start from Yuzvendra Chahal – a wicket and 6 runs off it.
6.4 overs: OUT! Yuzvendra Chahal dismisses Quinton de Kock (14). MI 39/3
Chahal struck in his first over as he removed de Kock. De Kock miscued his slog sweep and found substitute Pawan Negi at deep mid-wicket. Mumbai three down early in chase of a big target.
* Bowling change: Yuzvendra Chahal comes into the attack
6 overs: MI 35/2
Washigton Sundar got his third over in the Powerplay, but came out on top of the MI batsmen as he gave away just four singles in it. Sundar’s figures so far: 3-0-7-1
5 overs: MI 31/2
Navdeep Saini recovered well after being hit for a big six over fine leg by Ishan Kishan off the second ball as the pacer gave away just one single more in the over.
* Bowling change: Navdeep Saini comes into the attack
4 overs: MI 24/2
Another brilliant over from Washington Sundar, just a single from it.
3 overs: MI 23/2
Ishan Kishan opened his account with a four off Isuru Udana, but the pacer gave away just 7 runs in it while taking a wicket.
2.2 overs: OUT! Isuru Udana strikes to dismiss Suryakumar Yadav (0). MI 16/2
Good catch from AB de Villiers behind the stumps as debutant Irusu Udana took his first wicket for RCB. Brilliant start from RCB bowlers and MI are in big trouble chasing a big total.
2 overs: MI 16/1
What a start from Washington Sundar – a big wicket and 2 runs off it.
1.4 overs: OUT! Washington Sundar gets rid of Rohit Sharma (8). MI 14/1
MASSIVE BREAKTHROUGH! Sundar gave RCB a big wicket early in the innings. Brilliant bowling from the off-spinner, as he set up the wicket quite well. After three dot balls, Rohit tried to break the shackles but hit it straight to substitute fielder Pawan Negi at deep mid-wicket.
* Washington Sundar will share the new ball with Isuru Udana
1 over: MI 14/0
Brilliant start from MI openers. Rohit Sharma (8*) hit a six and Quinton de Kock (5*) ended the Isuru Udana over with a four.
0.3 overs: SIX! Rohit Sharma (7*) smacks Isuru Udana over fine leg for first maximum of the run chase. MI 9/0
WELCOME BACK! Quinton de Kock and Rohit Sharma to start the MI run chase. Isuru Udana with the ball for RCB.
That’s it! Royal Challengers Bangalore post 201/3 against Mumbai Indians in Dubai
Fifties from Aaron Finch (52 off 35 balls), Devdutt Padikkal (54 off 40) and AB de Villiers (55* off 24), and a little cameo from Shivam Dube (27* off 10) took RCB to a massive 201/3, in 20 overs, against MI in Dubai. MI have a big task in hand now.

20 overs: RCB 201/3
0, 6, 6, 1, 1, 6 – Shivam Dube (27* off 10 balls) joined the party in the end with three huge sixes off James Pattinson in the final over. And he took RCB over 200-mark as they set a massive 202-run target for MI. RCB clobbered 20 runs off Pattinson in the over. Excellent finish!
19.3 overs: BOOM! 6, 6 – Shivam Dube (20*) smacks back-to-back sixes off James Pattinson. RCB 193/3
* FIFTY for AB de Villiers off 23 balls, his 35th in IPL. RCB 181/3 in 19 overs
ABD brought up the landmark with another big six off Jasprit Bumrah. He hit 4 sixes and 4 fours so far in the innings. WHAT AN INNINGS!!!

18 overs: RCB 164/3
Trent Boult started the over with a wicket of Padikkal, but AB de Villiers (43*) ended it with a big six over fine leg. 10 runs and a wicket from it.
17.1 overs: OUT! Trent Boult dismisses Devdutt Padikkal (54). RCB 154/3
Timely breakthrough for MI. Padikkal pulled the slower bouncer quite well, but he failed to clear a jumping Kieron Pollard at long-on boundary. A good catch from the West Indian. Padikkal departed after scoring 54 off 40 balls with the help of two sixes and five fours.
17 overs: RCB 154/2
4, 0, 6, 1, L1, 6 – AB de Villiers (37*) ended the Jasprit Bumrah over with a big straight six as RCB clobbered 18 runs off the pacer in it.
16.3 overs: SIX! AB de Villiers (30*) smacks Jasprit Bumrah over deep mid-wicket for his first maximum. RCB 146/2
And the six also brought up fifty-run partnership between ABD and Padikkal for the third wicket.
16 overs: RCB 136/2
13 RUNS! RCB are on the move now. Padikkal (54*) and de Villiers (20*) again hit a four each in the over bowled by Kieron Pollard. The West Indian all-rounder gave away 13 runs in his first over. RCB have scored 40 runs in the last three overs.
* FIFTY for Devdutt Padikkal off 37 balls, his 2nd in IPL. RCB 128/2 in 15.2 overs
Second half-century for the youngster in three innings, and he brought up the milestone with a four off Keiron Pollard. Padikkal hit two sixes and five fours to reach the landmark.
15 overs: RCB 123/2
Another good one for RCB. AB de Villiers (12*) and Devdutt Padikkal (49*) hit a four each off Krunal Pandya in the over as the spinner leaked 13 runs in it.
14 overs: RCB 110/2
14 RUNS! Finally a big over for RCB. Devdutt Padikkal (44*) smacked back-to-back sixes off James Pattinson in it. The left-hander scored his first maximum over long-off and followed that up with a straight over the bowler for his second.
13 overs: RCB 96/2
Five runs and a big wicket for Rahul Chahar in his last over as he returned figures of 1 for 31 in 4 overs.
12.2 overs: OUT! Rahul Chahar strikes to dismiss Virat Kohli (3). RCB 92/2
BIG WICKET! Soft dismissal for RCB skipper as he hit it straight to Rohit Sharma at extra cover. Kohli was struggling to get going and scored just 3 off 11 balls.
12 overs: RCB 91/1
Brilliant stuff from Mumbai Indians bowlers. This time, Jasprit Bumrah came back into the attack and gave away just three singles in it. Virat Kohli finding it tough to get going in the middle.
11 overs: RCB 88/1
Runs have dried up a bit for Bangalore in the last three overs – 14 runs and a wicket. Brilliant one from Rahul Chahar as he gave away just three singles in it.
10 overs: RCB 85/1
Good over from Krunal Pandya, gave away just four runs in it – a wide and three singles. Bowling changes working well for Mumbai in the middle.
8.6 overs: OUT! Trent Boult gets rid of Aaron Finch (52). RCB 81/1
Boult came back into the attack and provided Mumbai a big breakthrough. Finch mistimed the slower delivery and hit it straight to Keiron Pollard at long-off. Good innings from the RCB opener as he scored 52 off 35 balls, which included a six and 7 fours, and added 81 runs for the opening wicket with Devdutt Padikkal.
8 overs: RCB 74/0
Change of end worked a bit for Rahul Chahar as he conceded 9 in it after giving away 14 in his opening over.
* FIFTY for Aaron Finch off 31 balls, his 14th in IPL. RCB 71/0 in 7.3 overs
Finch brought up his half-century with sweep behind square for a four off Rahul Chahar. He hit a six and seven fours to reach the landmark.
7 overs: RCB 65/0
Good start from Krunal Pandya as he conceded just six runs in it which included a four hit by Aaron Finch (45*).
* Another bowling change after the break: Krunal Pandya comes into the attack
6 overs: RCB 59/0
10 runs off Jasprit Bumrah’s first over. Aaron Finch (40*) and Devdutt Padikkal (14*) have provided RCB a solid start and they must be looking for a big total in Dubai tonight.
* Four leg byes, to fine leg, brings up RCB’s 50 in 5.2 overs — RCB 53/0
* Change at both ends: Jasprit Bumrah comes into the attack
5 overs: RCB 49/0
1, 1, 4, 4, 4, 0 – Aaron Finch (40*) is in the mood tonight. The Australian white-ball skipper smacked three back-to-back fours off Rahul Chahar in the over. The spinner conceded 14 runs in his first over.
* Bowling change: Spinner Rahul Chahar comes into the attack
4 overs: RCB 35/0
Finch, 27*, hit another cracking four as he scored 9 off James Pattinson in the over.
3 overs: RCB 26/0
Finch, 18*, hit a big six after getting an early life in the previous delivery when Rohit Sharma dropped a difficult low catch at mid-wicket. RCB openers scored 10 off Trent Boult’s second over.
2.4 overs: SIX! Aaron Finch (15*) smacks Trent Boult over long-off for first maximum of the night. RCB 23/0
2 overs: RCB 16/0
Good start for RCB as they scored 8 runs each in the first two overs.
1.5 overs: FOUR! Thick outside edge & over the slip. Aaron Finch (7*) gets his first boundary off James Pattinson. RCB 14/0
* James Pattinson to share the new ball with Trent Boult
1 over: RCB 8/0
Confident start from young Devdutt Padikkal as he hit a fine boundary in the first over bowled by Trent Boult.
0.2 overs: FOUR! Devdutt Padikkal (6*) opens his boundary count with a four towards backward square leg off Trent Boult. RCB 6/0
Here we go…Devdutt Padikkal and Aaron Finch to start the RCB innings. Trent Boult with the ball for MI.
Playing XIs
Royal Challengers Bangalore: Devdutt Padikkal, Aaron Finch, Virat Kohli (c), AB de Villiers (w), Gurkeerat Singh Mann, Shivam Dube, Washington Sundar, Navdeep Saini, Yuzvendra Chahal, Adam Zampa, Isuru Udana
Mumbai Indians: Quinton de Kock (w), Rohit Sharma (c), Ishan Kishan, Suryakumar Yadav, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Krunal Pandya, Rahul Chahar, James Pattinson, Trent Boult, Jasprit Bumrah
What captains said after the toss:
Virat Kohli: “We wanted to bat first, it has worked well for the teams. It’s a decent shout to defend on this ground. We’re working extra hard on our catching and fielding, but the pitch has played really well. Dew hasn’t come in and KXIP showed we can defend scores on this ground. I think we bowled well in the first match, last game, we didn’t have the momentum going into the death overs. We’ll be looking to be more attacking with the ball – three changes, Zampa and Udana are in, they replace Phillipe and Steyn. Gurkeerat comes in, he replaces Umesh Yadav.”
Rohit Sharma: “We will bowl first. The wicket looks a bit green but dry. Hopeful that it plays well under lights, that’s the reason we are chasing. We’ll have to play good cricket, back yourselves to do the job. The results have been in favour of team batting first, but we had a great last game and the confidence is there. Early days the middle-order hasn’t got much to bat, a lot of guys haven’t played a lot of cricket. One change, Saurabh Tiwary isn’t fit, Ishan Kishan is in.”
TOSS | MI skipper Rohit Sharma wins toss, opts to bowl against RCB

Pitch Report:
“A week back, this pitch had tufts of grass, which is missing today. The surface is very dry and that means the seamers might not enjoy the conditions. There are some long boundaries on this ground and the dew factor has been minimal”Kevin Pietersen and Michael Slater
TEAM NEWS | Adam Zampa and Isuru Udana get their RCB caps
* Bumrah has taken most wickets against RCB – 16, including his debut performance of 3-32 in IPL 2013
* MI have also won 7 of the last 8 encounters against RCB since IPL 2016
* Mumbai Indians hold a 16-9 Head-to-Head advantage over Royal Challengers Bangalore
Hello and welcome to the live coverage of Match No. 10 of the Indian Premier League 2020 between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians in Dubai.

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