Rohit Sharma of Mumbai Indians won the toss and opted to field. “It is a little dry. Whatever has to happen will happen in the first innings. (Hrithik) Shokeen is not playing. (Kumar) Kartikeya is in. We are aware of what the pitch and the conditions here. You just need to play well to win,” Rohit said.
Mayank Agarwal (83, 46b) and Vivrant Sharma (69, 47b) got SRH off to a brilliant start. The openers stitched together a 140-run stand.
Vivrant broke a 15-year-old record as well! He has now registered the highest-ever score by an Indian in his debut IPL innings.
Mumbai Indians batter Rohit Sharma scored a fifty and became the second India batter to go past 11,000 T20 runs.
Cameron Green became the sixth Mumbai Indians batter to score a century as his side beat SRH by eight wickets.
MI’s win saw Rajasthan Royals crash out of the competition.
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