Mumbai’s performance in this IPL can be divided into two distinct parts: a lacklustre start, followed by a robust comeback that threatened to take them to the playoffs.
Spearheaded by Lungi Ngidi, Chennai Super Kings’ pacers snuff out Kings XI Punjab’s play-off hopes, thus easing Rajasthan Royals’ progress.
Defending champions were knocked out as spin twins Amit Mishra and Sandeep Lamichhane helped Delhi Daredevils end campaign on a high
CSK beat Kings XI Punjab by five wickets and that was enough for them to claim the second in points table while KXIP crashed out.
Kings XI Punjab were eliminated of IPL 2018 after losing to Chennai Super Kings by 5 wickets in Pune on Sunday.
Chennai Super Kings beat Kings XI Punjab by five wickets to eliminate Kings XI from IPL 2018, CSK qualify from second spot.
Kings XI Punjab owner Preity Zinta expresses her happiness after Mumbai Indians fail to qualify for the IPL 2018 Playoffs.
Rohit Sharma finished IPL 2018 with only 286 runs, the first time he has scored less that 300 runs in an India Premier League season.
Delhi Daredevils coach Ricky Ponting praised Rishabh Pant who scored his fifth fifty in seven innings against Mumbai Indians.
Glenn Maxwell and Trent Boult combined to pull off two completely similar catches near the boundary rope to put an end to Mumbai Indians’ IPL 2018 campaign on Sunday.
Set a target of 175, Mumbai Indians crumbled against quality leg-spin bowling by Sandeep (3/36), Amit Mishra (3/19) and medium pace of Patel (3/28).
Defending champions Mumbai Indians were eliminated from IPL 2018 after facing 11-run defeat to Delhi Daredevils.
Prithvi Shaw was run out by Hardik Pandya when the U-19 World Cup winner took his own sweet time to get back to the crease.
The blast took place among the spectators crowded into the stadium at around 11pm on Friday evening as they watched the local Ramadan Cup.
Kolkata Knight Riders defeated Sunrisers by five wickets on Saturday night to seal their berth in the play-offs.