Jos Buttler, Nitish Rana guide Mumbai Indians to win despite Hashim Amla ton

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Hardik Pandya and Nitish Rana of Mumbai Indians celebrate their eight-wicket victory against Kings XI Punjab in their 2017 Indian Premier League match at the Holkar Stadium in Indore on Thursday. (BCCI)

Hardik Pandya and Nitish Rana of Mumbai Indians celebrate their eight-wicket victory against Kings XI Punjab in their 2017 Indian Premier League match at the Holkar Stadium in Indore on Thursday. (BCCI)

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Axar Patel (left) of Kings XI Punjab shares a light moment with Hardik Pandya of Mumbai Indians before their 2017 Indian Premier League match at the Holkar Stadium in Indore on Thursday. (BCCI)

Axar Patel (left) of Kings XI Punjab shares a light moment with Hardik Pandya of Mumbai Indians before their 2017 Indian Premier League match at the Holkar Stadium in Indore on Thursday. (BCCI)

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Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma (right) and Kings XI Punjab captain Glenn Maxwell during the toss. (BCCI)

Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma (right) and Kings XI Punjab captain Glenn Maxwell during the toss. (BCCI)

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Shaun Marsh gave Kings XI Punjab a fiery start, scoring 26 of 21 balls, in their Indian Premier League match against Mumbai Indians. (BCCI)

Shaun Marsh gave Kings XI Punjab a fiery start, scoring 26 of 21 balls, in their Indian Premier League match against Mumbai Indians. (BCCI)

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Kings XI Punjab captain Glenn Maxwell evades a bouncer during the 2017 Indian Premier League match against Mumbai Indians. (BCCI)

Kings XI Punjab captain Glenn Maxwell evades a bouncer during the 2017 Indian Premier League match against Mumbai Indians. (BCCI)

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Hashim Amla (left) is congratulated by Kings XI Punjab captain Glenn Maxwell for reaching his fifty against Mumbai Indians. (BCCI)

Hashim Amla (left) is congratulated by Kings XI Punjab captain Glenn Maxwell for reaching his fifty against Mumbai Indians. (BCCI)

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Hashim Amla went on to score his maiden IPL ton, ultimately scoring 104 off 60 balls. (BCCI)

Hashim Amla went on to score his maiden IPL ton, ultimately scoring 104 off 60 balls. (BCCI)

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Kings XI Punjab cheerleaders pose during the 2017 Indian Premier League match against Mumbai Indians in Indore on Thursday. (BCCI)

Kings XI Punjab cheerleaders pose during the 2017 Indian Premier League match against Mumbai Indians in Indore on Thursday. (BCCI)

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Jos Buttler gave Mumbai Indians a rollicking start. Buttler scored 77 off 37 balls. (BCCI)

Jos Buttler gave Mumbai Indians a rollicking start. Buttler scored 77 off 37 balls. (BCCI)

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Mumbai Indians cheerleaders gave a cheerful pose while their batsmen decimated Kings XI Punjab’s bowling at the Holkar Stadium in Indore on Thursday. (BCCI)

Mumbai Indians cheerleaders gave a cheerful pose while their batsmen decimated Kings XI Punjab’s bowling at the Holkar Stadium in Indore on Thursday. (BCCI)

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Buttler fell but Nitish Rana scored an unbeaten 62 off 34 balls to guide Mumbai Indians to a comfortable eight-wicket win. (BCCI)

Buttler fell but Nitish Rana scored an unbeaten 62 off 34 balls to guide Mumbai Indians to a comfortable eight-wicket win. (BCCI)

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