Mumbai Indians handed Chennai Super Kings their first defeat in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019 campaign. With this victory, MI now have two wins from four matches this term. MI got to 170\/5 after plundering 29 runs from the final over. The hosts then bowled well to restrict CSK. Hardik Pandya was the star of the show. Here're the records broken. This was the 25th overall meeting between the two sides in IPL. This win by Mumbai saw them stay ahead in the head-to-head meetings with the tally reading 14-11. Veteran all-rounder Dwayne Bravo (1\/49) became the first bowler to take 100 wickets for Chennai in IPL. Bravo now has 143 career IPL wickets. He equalled KKR spinner Piyush Chawla in terms of wickets (143). Bravo also conceded 29 runs in his final over. That is now the most costliest over in IPL 2019, overtaking Jaydev Unadkat's 28-run over against CSK. Suryakumar Yadav has been a fine player since moving to MI last season. He smashed a 43-ball 59. This was Suryakumar's fifth fifty for Mumbai since 2018 in 18 innings. Prior to that, he had just a single fifty from 2012 to 2017 in 42 innings. Hardik Pandya (25*) now has 50 fours in IPL. He is four maximums away from registering 50 sixes. Imran Tahir (1\/25) now has seven wickets in IPL 2019 alongside Bravo. Only Yuzvendra Chahal (8) is above the duo. Lasith Malinga picked up his first wicket of IPL 2019. He now extended his lead as the most successful bowler. Ravindra Jadeja (1\/10) needs three more scalps to get to triple digit mark in IPL (97). Jason Behrendorff took two wickets on debut. MI got off to a poor start and were reeling at 50\/3 in the ninth over. Suryakumar provided the impetus with the bat. It was left to Pandya and Kieron Pollard to help MI get to 170 at the death. In reply, CSK lost their front three cheaply, before Kedar Jadhav and MS Dhoni did the repair work. However, MI hit back strongly thereafter.