KL Rahul replicated his feat from eight days ago against Mumbai Indians, with another well-paced century (103* off 63) to push the brand new franchise to 168/6, after which his bowlers did a stellar job of keeping MI’s potent batting unit on a kibosh to eventually secure a 36-run victory. With that, MI suffered their eighth-successive defeat of the season. MI couldn’t quite follow the LSG template to build on in the middle overs. They ended up losing their way as regular wickets sucked the momentum out of their chasing effort.
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