In the IPL game on Saturday, pacer Daniel Sams showed his ice-cold composure by conceding only three runs in the final over to assist Mumbai Indians pull off a surprise five-run victory over Gujarat Titans.
The Titans' opening pair of Wriddhiman Saha (55 off 40 balls) and Shubman Gill (52 off 36 balls) shared a 106-run partnership in 12.1 overs while chasing 178, putting MI in trouble.
However, the Titans continued to lose wickets, including two key run-outs with nine runs needed in the final over to win the game. They could only manage three runs while losing one wicket, resulting in their second consecutive loss of the season.
It was only MI's second win of the season, as they remained at the bottom of the table despite being out of play-off contention.
Despite quickfire innings from opening duo Rohit Sharma (43 off 28 balls) and Ishan Kishan (45 off 29 balls) and Tim David, Gujarat restricted MI to 177 for six (44 not out off 21 balls).
With two wickets for 24, Rashid Khan was the Titans' most successful bowler, while Pradeep Sangwan and Lockie Ferguson each took one. Alzarri Joseph also took a wicket, but his four overs cost him 41 runs.