22nd T20 (D/N), Indian Premier League at Indore, Apr 20

MI stormed past a massive 199-run target in just 15.3 overs with Rana and all-rounder Hardik Pandya (15 n o, 4b, 2×4, 1×6) completing the task.

Kings XI Punjab and Mumbai Indians have played 18 matches the IPL, with both the teams winning nine games each.

Indore: An unbeaten 104 by opener Hashim Amla took Kings XI Punjab to a mammoth 198/4 against Mumbai Indians in an Indian Premier League encounter at Holkar Cricket Stadium here Thursday.

McClenaghan was on the receiving end of a 28-run pasting in one over as Maxwell, dubbed the "Big Show" for unorthodox big-hitting, belted the Kiwi for three sixes and two fours in just five balls as Kings XI Punjab hosted the Mumabi Indians in Indore.

# 46 run opening partnership between Shaun Marsh and Hashim Amla for Punjab.

The England global reached the milestone in 24 balls with the help of seven fours and two sixes.

The Mumbai Indians will be likely to open with Parthiv Patel and Jos Buttler. He ultimately stopped at 77 off 37 balls, with the help of three more sixes. Skipper Rohit Sharma, who did not have an ideal start to the tournament, made a strong comeback in the previous match against Gujarat Lions with an unbeaten 40 off 29 deliveries, while Kieron Pollard continued with his fine run, scoring a quickfire 23-ball 39. Miller was left out of Kings XI's team for the first time in 30 games, since April 2015.

Stoinis eventually made amends for his poor start to the over by dismissing Parthiv Patel for 37 off just 18 deliveries. He scored 51 runs off Malinga. MI is now third in the table, locked on 8 points with SRH and the leaders KKR, separated by net run rate. However, the real rampage began from the next over onwards when Buttler smashed a boundary and a six off Sandeep Sharma.

Maxwell couldn't stick around, but Amla batted through the innings, bringing up his first ever T20 ton with back-to-back sixes in the final over, but it wasn't to be enough for his side.

Maxwell started off with two consecutive boundaries off medium pacer Jasprit Bumrah before smoking McClenaghan for two back to back sixes and then two fours to finish off the over. Kieron Pollard's contribution to the side can not be undermined after his match-winning knock against the Kolkata Knight Riders.

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