KKR 178/7 (20.0 Ovs), MI 180/6 (19.5 Ovs)
Mumbai Indians Nitish Rana scored a brilliant 29-ball 50, to hold the innings steady at one goal, while wickets toppled one after the other.
Mumbai Indians batsman Nitish Rana, right, raises his bat after score 50 runs with his team player Hardik Pandya, left, during their Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket match against Kolkata Knight Riders in Mumbai, India, Sunday, April 9, 2017.
On the other hand, Hardik Pandya guided Mumbai Indians to a four-wicket victory over Kolkata Knight Riders.
Like KKR, Mumbai also got off to a brisk start, but were halted after two wickets fell in quick succession.
Chinaman Kuldeep Yadav trapped Parthiv Patel lbw, while medium pacer Ankit Rajpoot got Jos Butter with a full length delivery.
MI captain Rohit Sharma could consider himself to be a bit unlucky, as he was also given out lbw off a Sunil Narine delivery; replays suggested that the ball had come to his bat.
Rohit Sharma was reprimanded by the match referee for showing excessive, obvious disappointment with umpire's decision.
The batsman was seen gesturing angrily and showing his bat to the umpire as he walked away. However, Narine did well to arrange up the Indian batsman with two leg breaks, before turning one the other way.