A disciplined bowling performance and a confident start to the chase took Mumbai Indians to victory in its last league game against Kolkata Knight Riders.
Flip for luck | Mumbai Indians’ captain Rohit Sharma knew that the fate of Kolkata Knight Riders and Sunrisers Hyderabad rested in his team’s hands as he walked out for the toss on Sunday. (The Hindu) Photo: The Hindu 1/7
Chris Lynn’s 29-ball-41 went in vain as the rest of the KKR batting order, besides Robin Uthappa and Nitish Rana, crumbled in quick succession. (PTI) Photo: PTI 2/7
Mumbai Indians’ Lasith Malinga was in his element in its game against Kolkata Knight Riders on Sunday. The Sri Lankan bowler took three wickets to put the hosts on top. (The Hindu) Photo: The Hindu 3/7
Robin Uthappa slogged his way to a 47-ball-40 but that wasn’t enough to help Kolkata Knight Riders beat Mumbai Indians at Wankhede on Sunday.(AP) Photo: AP 4/7
The fact that MI player Mitchell McClenaghan managed a maiden over during the KKR innings speaks volumes about how dominant Mumbai was in its game against Kolkata Knight Riders. (PTI) Photo: PTI 5/7
Kolkata Knight Riders could not figure out a way to derail Mumbai Indians as they comfortably cruised to a victory at Wankhede on Sunday. (The Hindu) Photo: The Hindu 6/7
Mumbai Indians players take a victory lap after their match against Kolkata Knight Riders at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Sunday. (PTI) Photo: PTI 7/7