The game-turning moment of the match was Mumbai Indians’ spiral in the last six overs of their innings.
From posting 121/3 for three, the defending champions lost six wickets for 41 runs in the last six overs.
Ravindra Jadeja took two wickets in the 15th over. Ngidi then came back in the death overs to make amends for an expensive one earlier in the match as the likes of Hardik Pandya and Kieron Pollard failed to fire for MI.
Faf du Plessis took two stunning catches in the 15th over bowled by Jadeja. He fumbled out of the boundary, but managed to release the ball and catch it again twice in the over to dismiss Tiwary (42 off 31 balls) and Hardik Pandya (14 off 10 balls).
None of the incoming batsmen after that managed to make a mark.
Ngidi, who was being smashed around the park during his initial overs, made a superb comeback to dismiss Kieron Pollard (18), Krunal Pandya (3) and James…