Mumbai: Mumbai Indians once again proved their invincibility at home as they successfully defended their impeccable home record with a comfortable 14-run win over Rajasthan Royals in a Pepsi Indian Premier League match here Wednesday.
Defending a total of 166 for eight, Mumbai Indians made early inroads which proved decisive in the end as Royals were restricted to 152 for seven. It was the last game for MI at the 'Fort Wankhede' which hasn't been breached by any team this season.
The win took Mumbai to 22 points from 15 games but they pipped CSK to the top of the table by virtue of better run-rate.
In Image: Mitchell Johnson of Mumbai Indians celebrates with teammates the wicket of Rahul Dravid of Rajasthan Royals