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Mar 29, 2019
7:50AM

IPL: Mumbai Indians beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by 6 runs

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In Cricket, Mumbai Indians defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by six runs at in IPL T20 in Bengaluru last night. Requiring six runs off the final ball in the 188-run chase to take the game into Super Over, on-field umpires completely missed a no-ball. It was only later found out through replays that pacer Lasith Malinga had bowled a no-ball as Bangalore had to be content with 181 for 5 in 20 overs. 

In this year's IPL, this was the second big controversy after the ‘Mankading’ controversy involving capyain of Kings XI Ravichandran Ashwin.




AB de Villiers was the top-scorer as he scored unbeaten 70 runs in 41 deliveries. Bangalore skipper Kohli has become the second man after Suresh Raina to complete 5000 runs in IPL during his knock. In today's match, Sun Risers Hyderabad will meet Rajasthan Royals in Hyderabad. 

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