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Jos on a high for Royals

DNMUM434898 | 4/14/2019 | Author : Rutvick Mehta | WC :944

English batsman slams 43-ball 89 as Rajasthan cruise to 4-wicket win over hosts Mumbai

Match No. 27

Mumbai: 6, 4, 4, 4, 4, 6 - this in an over of a fast bowler who had delivered the best-ever IPL bowling figures of 6/12 just two games before.
When Jos Buttler is in that kind of a mood - and form — there’s absolutely nothing anyone can do, as West Indian pacer Alzarri Joseph found out exactly a week after announcing his IPL arrival in record style.
And so Rajasthan Royals (RR) pulled off their second win this season, beating Mumbai Indians (MI) by four wickets at the Wankhede here on Saturday, with the Englishman’s breathtaking 43-ball 89 the singular difference between the two sides.
After squandering a match they should’ve won against Chennai Super Kings on Thursday, Buttler
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