Not many times do we see a hat-trick go in vain but on that night in Bengaluru, if not for a Kieron Pollard special, Samuel Badree would have capped off one of his best performances ever with a win. With Royal Challengers Bangalore defending just 142,
Badree provided them with a dream start by Jos Buttler, Mitchell McClenaghan and Rohit Sharma off successive deliveries to pick up a hat-trick that left Mumbai reeling at 7 for 4. He went on to dismiss Nitish Rana as well to finish with figures of 4 for 9 in his full quota but RCB still managed to end up on the losing side. Samuel Badree (4/9) vs Mumbai Indians.