A fine all-round effort from Hardik Pandya – which featured big hits and three wickets – helped Mumbai Indians beat defending champions Chennai Super Kings by 37 runs on Wednesday.

In match 15 of IPL 2019, Pandya hit an unbeaten 25 off just eight balls to get Mumbai to 170/5 after a sluggish first half. Then with the ball he claimed the wickets of Chennai skipper MS Dhoni, Ravindra Jadeja and Deepak Chahar to end with 3/20 in his four overs.

The win is Mumbai’s second of the season, and Chennai’s first loss after three straight victories.