Highlights: IPL 7 Match 56: MI Vs RR in Mumbai

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Updated: Monday, May 26, 2014, 0:48 [IST]
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Mumbai, May 26: Mumbai Indians pulled off one of the stunning run-chases in Twenty20 history at the Wankhede Stadium in an IPL 7 match against Rajasthan Royals last night (May 25).

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Needing to score 190 in 14.3 overs to edge out RR on net run rate for playoffs spot, MI rode on Corey Anderson's brilliance to stun the opposition.

Highlights: IPL 7 Match 56: MI Vs RR

MI scored 195/5 in 14.4 overs and booked a berth in the playoffs. Aditya Tare hit a six off James Faulkner off the last ball to seal the game.


# MI edged RR on net run rate to make the playoffs. MI's NRR is +0.095 to RR's +0.060

# MI's 195/5 in 14.4 is a new record in T20 cricket. Never has been so many runs scored in 14.4 overs in any T20 game before this

# With scores tied, MI needed to score a boundary on the fourth ball of the 15th over to get their NRR better than RR and Tare hit a six to do that

# Tare, facing his first ball of the match, kept his cool and deposited a full toss on legside from Faulkner into the stands, over square-leg

# Ambati Rayudu was run out off the third ball in 15th over attempting for a second run to finish the game

# Anderson blasted a 44-ball 95 not out with 9 fours and 6 sixes

# MI will face Chennai Super Kings in the Eliminator on May 28 at Mumbai's Brabourne Stadium

# Qualifier 1 on May 27 features toppers Kings XI Punjab and second placed Kolkata Knight Riders

# MI's run rate in this chase was 13.29

# Fours - RR: 17; MI: 19

# Sixes - RR: 9; MI: 12

# Top scorers - RR: Sanju Samson 74 (47 balls, 7x4, 3x6); MI: Anderson 95 not out (44 balls, 9x4, 6x6)

# Anderson's strike rate - 215.90

# Man-of-the-match - Anderson

# Highest wickets - MI: 1 wicket apiece for Jasprit Bumrah, Harbhajan Singh, Shreyas Gopal and Kieron Pollard; RR: 2 wickets each for Dhawal Kulkarni and Kevon Cooper

# Powerplay scores (1-6) - RR: 35/1; MI: 71/3

# Most expensive bowler - Shane Watson 0/33 in 2 (16.50)

# Most economical bowler - Anderson 0/14 in 2 (7.00)


Story first published:  Monday, May 26, 2014, 0:39 [IST]
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