Jos Buttler who stole the show and made a mockery of 199. Well, Mumbai Indians won the toss and elected to bat first. Thanks to Hashim Amla’s maverick ton. Earlier, Amla got to his hundred in the last over. He remained 104 not out. This was his first hundred in Indian Premier League. Last season he fell 4 runs shy of 100.

Kings XI Punjab must have thought comfortable after setting a target of 199, but a certain Jos Buttler scored a breathtaking 77 off 37 balls, laying the platform for the win.

Buttler opened the batting as expected and then he found support at the other end from Parthiv Patel. Buttler cleared the ropes on five occasions and hit seven fours in that knock. Mumbai Indians lost Parthiv Patel when the score was 81 in the sixth over and that did not bog-down Jos Buttler, he continued merry-making and kept up the momentum and the run rate. He was finally dismissed when the score was 166, 33 runs shy of a win.

Mumbai Indians finished the game in the 16th over, this will also boost their NRR, which is very important in IPL. MI won the match by 8 wickets and Jos Buttler also got the man of the match.