Mumbai Indians beat Kolkata Knight Riders by six wickets in the IPL 2017 Qualifier 2 and book a place in Sunday’s final against Rising Pune Supergiant. Chasing the modest total, Mumbai lost three early but Krunal Pandya played a fluent hand to see his side home. Earlier, Kolkata Knight Riders, after put into bat, were bundled out for 107 by Mumbai Indians in the IPL 2017 Qualifier 2 in Bangalore on Friday. Chris Lynn and Sunil Narine didn’t get going for the hosts, and the middle-order too was back in the hut without making a substantial contribution. Ishank Jaggi’s 28 and Suryakumar Yadav’s 31 were the only notable performances from KKR batsmen. For Mumbai, Jasprit Bumrah (3/7) made early inroads and then it was Karn Sharma (4/16) show in the middle overs.
MI vs KKR, IPL 2017: As it happened in Bangalore
Toss: Mumbai Indians win toss, elect to field against Kolkata Knight Riders in Bangalore
MI XI: P Patel, L Simmons, RG Sharma, A Rayudu, K Pollard, K Pandya, H Pandya, K Sharma, M Johnson, L Malinga, J Bumrah
KKR XI: S Narine, C Lynn, G Gambhir, R Uthappa, I Jaggi, C de Grandhomme, S Yadav, P Chawla, N Coulter-Nile, U Yadav, A Rajpoot