The Mumbai Indians defeated the Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League's 1000th game. In a thrilling match, Tim David hit three consecutive sixes to lead MI to a 6-wicket victory. Since no team had previously chased a 200-plus score at Mumbai's Wankhede Stadium, MI's victory set a record. Yashasvi Jaiswal's century helped RR, who had won the toss, set up a mammoth total of 212/7 in 20 overs. The MI hitters chased the goal in only 19.3 overs with 6 wickets remaining, negating the 21-year-old's century.
When Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma was dismissed after only scoring three runs while chasing a large target, Sandeep Sharma dealt the team its first defeat. Ishan Kishan and Cameron Green then made an effort to control the innings. In just 23 balls, Ishan scored 28 runs. Green, on the other side, played a 44-run, 26-ball inning. Turning the tables, Suryakumar Yadav scored 55 runs off 29 balls, including 8 fours and 2 sixes. In the end, Tim David and Tilak Verma both played solid batting. Tim hit three consecutive sixes in the last over to give Mumbai the victory.
The Rajasthan Royals' Ravichandran Ashwin recorded the most wickets. He claimed two wickets. Sandeep Sharma and Trent Boult both secured one wicket.
The Rajasthan Royals' debut was poor since Jos Buttler was out after scoring just 18 runs. Following this, captain Sanju Samson could only manage 14 runs. Yashasvi Jaiswal batted at one end, but Devdutt Paddikal and Jason Holder both scored two runs. He hit 16 fours and 8 sixes in his 124 runs off 62 balls. He allowed the Rajasthan squad to score a significant amount of points against Mumbai.
Mumbai Indians got three wickets thanks to Arshad Khan. Piyush Chawla recorded two wickets. Jofra Archer and Riley Meredith both secured one wicket.