Knight Riders practically seal qualification with astounding bounce back on atypical Wankhede deck

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Mumbai Indians opted to field first and swiftly dismantled Kolkata Knight Riders’ top order, reducing them to 57/4 at the end of the powerplay.

Despite a resilient partnership between Manish Pandey and Venkatesh Iyer, KKR’s innings stumbled after Pandya’s breakthrough in the 17th over.

However, Venkatesh’s aggressive batting propelled KKR to a competitive total of 169.In reply, Mumbai’s top order also struggled, losing wickets at regular intervals.

Despite Suryakumar Yadav’s efforts to revive the innings, MI fell short as Kolkata’s bowlers, led by Narine and Chakravarthy, dominated the latter half of the innings, securing victory for KKR.

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