The Indian Premier League is a thriller with 8 strong teams taking on one another. The match between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians on 28 September at the Dubai International Stadium was more thrilling as it ended up with a super over.
It was Virat Kohli versus Rohit Sharma that took into all the action, with RCB batting first and posing a target of 202 to the MI. The then entered MI’s team had a slight hindrance with fall of a couple of wickets at the start of the innings, but the match took to a draw finally.
While both Rohit and Kohli failed in batting up to their best, AB De Villiers for RCB and Ishnat Kishan for MI respectively had outperformed. In the Super Over, MI was restricted to 7/1 by Navdeep Saini. RCB reached the target on the last ball of the Super Over with Virat Kohli hitting Jasprit Bumrah for a four.
Despite the crowd’s absence in the stadium during this IPL edition, fans are still facing the heat at home. With the closest encounters, the IPL 13th edition is adding up thrill to both the players and fans.