IPL: Pollard, Pandya rescue MI after top order fails

14 Apr 2017 | By Rishikesh Malkhede
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Kieron Pollard and Krunal Pandya took Mumbai Indians over the winning line against Royal Challengers Bangalore in the 2017 Indian Premier League in an amazing run-chase.

After MI's top order was demolished by RCB's Samuel Badree, Pollard and Pandya put on a 93-run partnership for 6th wicket to win the match by four wickets.

Pollard scored 70 runs, while Pandya remained unbeaten at 37.

In context: IPL 10: RCB vs MI - Updates!

PreviewUpbeat MI face RCB as Kohli returns

Royal Challengers Bangalore will host upbeat Mumbai Indians as their skipper Virat Kohli is all set to play his first match of the 2017 IPL.

MI have won both their previous matches after a loss in the tournament opener. RCB, on the other hand, have lost two of their three games.

MI have an upper-hand against RCB with a 11-8 winning record.

First inningsKohli smashes half-century before MI bowlers restrict RCB to 142

Virat Kohli made a mark in his first IPL match this year as he smashed 62 runs after RCB were put to bat first.

Gayle and Kohli scored 63 runs for the first wicket.

After Kohli and Gayle were sent off the field, MI bowlers dominated the game and restricted RCB to a mere 142 runs at the loss of five wickets.

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