Twitterati had their say as a resurgent Rajasthan Royals, riding on Jos Buttler's incredible form, pulverized Mumbai Indian's bowling attack and gave themselves a very good chance of qualifying for the playoffs. Earlier, MI couldn't build on their good start and ended up scoring 168 runs.
What a season he is having!
Suryakumar Yadav now holds the record of scoring most runs by an uncapped Indian player in an IPL season, going past Paul Valthaty's tally of 463 runs which he amassed in 2011.#MIvRR— Umang Pabari (@UPStatsman) May 13, 2018
Now that is an unwanted record to have
Not the start MI wanted
9 runs of the first ball 🤦 #MIvRR— Abhishek Sarkar #MI (@Iam_Abhi45) May 13, 2018
RR fans were clearly not happy with his performance
So all these days Darcy short wasn't performing well because he can't play spin 🙂#MIvRR— Nitesh (@k_nitzz23) May 13, 2018
Time for RCB fans to don the MI blue
Rcb fans might supporting RR as if they win Mi lose 7th match— IPL KI BAAT (@Cricket21997314) May 13, 2018
And if Rcb beat RR then they also lose 7 match and if RR or Srh beat kkr then they will also lose 7 th game and if Rcb win all matches then run rate come into play#IPL18 #SRH #CSK #KKR #MIvRR
You can never count Mumbai out
#MIvRR— MK (@iamcalledmk) May 13, 2018
Can't see a positive point of how @mipaltan are gonna win this.@rajasthanroyals clearly are dominating.
But never know Mumbai are capable of pulling things out.
This might be close last over finish.
He is in phenomenal form
#Butler scored his 5th consecutive fifty of the #IPL2018 and equals #Sehwag's 2012 IPL record of consecutive fifties.. Hatsoff @josbuttler.. Keep Rocking man. #MIvRR #HallaBol #IPL2018 #RR pic.twitter.com/mcRApACgpo— Joshua (@Joshua_Jeyam) May 13, 2018
Catch of the match!
RR fans want their Captain out
Let that sink in