Cummins to Rohit, SIX! That's some way to greet the most expensive overseas player in IPL history. Shortish delivery on middle stump is hooked away over the mid-wicket fence by the Hitman.

Pat Cummins, IPL's most expensive overseas player, concedes 15 runs from his 1st over including 2 sixes by the Hitman. Both the maximums were hit in the same area by the MI skipper, over the mid-wicket boundary. MI 48/1 (5 overs) vs KKR.

Narine to Surya, FOUR! That brings up the 50-run partnership for the 2nd wicket. Short delivery is hit in the vacant mid-wicket region for the 2nd boundary in the over. KKR bowlers are taking some time in settling down on this pitch.

Russell to Rohit, SIX! New balls being brought out thanks to the 90-meter six over mid-wicket from the Hitman. KKR bowlers have been guilty of bowling too short to Rohit and he makes them pay again with his 4th maximum using the hook shot.

Quiet over after the power play, first time in 6 overs that these two didn't score a boundary. The partnership for the 2nd wicket meanwhile, has now reached 80 off 46 balls.

RUN OUT! Terrible calling between the two batsmen leads to a dismissal, much-needed one for the Knight Riders. Suryakumar Yadav run out (Eoin Morgan) 47 (28 balls). MI 98/2 (10.5 overs) vs KKR.

Warrier to Rohit Sharma, FOUR! CRUNCHED! Short of a length ball outside off, Sharma throws the kitchen sink at it and gets it uppishly towards cover for a boundary.
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