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IPL 2021 Watch: AB De Villiers’ Son Disappointed To See His father Get Out Against Mumbai Indians

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Jasprit Bumrah-AB De Villiers
Jasprit Bumrah-AB De Villiers

Former South African skipper AB De Villiers failed to get going with the bat against Mumbai Indians in Dubai on Sunday. He has been struggling to score runs in the UAE leg and was dismissed for another low score scoring just 11 off 6 deliveries. RCB scored 165/6, in the end, to get his team to a good position.

Meanwhile, AB De Villiers’ son was disappointed to see his father get dismissed by Jasprit Bumrah. In a video, he can be seen banging his hands in disappointment and wincing in pain. ABD’s wife Dani De Villiers saw his son and came to comfort her.

Jasprit Bumrah Gets The Better Of AB De Villiers

Meanwhile, RCB pacer Harshal Patel took a hat-trick to bring his team back into the game. He became the third RCB bowler to take a hat-trick in the IPL after Praveen Kumar and Samuel Badree. Mumbai Indians, meanwhile are crumbling to their third successive defeat since the resumption of the UAE leg. Patel took nine wickets in two games against Mumbai Indians.

Harshal Patel picked up the wickets of Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard and Rahul Chahar to give the Mumbai Indians a huge shock in the middle overs. Mumbai lost six wickets for 18 runs as they crumbled under pressure. This was their sixth loss of this IPL campaign.

On the other hand, RCB won their first game of the UAE leg by beating the Mumbai Indians. Harshal Patel ended with four for 17 as RCB won the game by 54 runs.

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