Defending champions Mumbai boosted their hopes of reaching the Indian Premier League play-offs with a seven-wicket victory over Sunrisers Hyderabad.
The Indians recorded just their third win in nine games as they chased down 158 with eight balls to spare at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Uppal.
Hyderabad are tied for the fourth and final play-off position, two points better off than their conquerors, with five games to play.
The hosts, who won the toss and chose to bat, made 157-3 in their 20 overs with Australians Aaron Finch and David Warner leading the way.
Opener Finch made 68 from 62 balls with seven boundaries and two sixes before he fell in the penultimate over.
He put on 63 for the fourth wicket with his compatriot Warner who smashed an unbeaten 55 from 31 balls.
|Aaron Finch||c Kieron Pollard b Lasith Malinga||68||62||109.67||7||2|
|Shikhar Dhawan||b Lasith Malinga||11||11||100.00||2||0|
|Lokesh Rahul||run out (Rohit Sharma)||10||13||76.92||1||0|
|David Warner||NOT OUT||55||31||177.41||6||2|
|Naman Ojha||NOT OUT||7||3||233.33||0||1|
|EXTRAS||(w 5, lb 1)||6|
After losing opener Chidhambaram Gautam in the second over, Lendl Simmons and Ambati Rayudu put on 130 for the second wicket in Mumbai's reply.
West Indian Simmons crashed four sixes in making 68 from 50 balls.
He fell in the 16th over and Rayudu went in the next, after making the same score from four balls fewer.
However, Rohit Sharma hit half the six balls he faced to the boundary to see his side over the line.
|Lendl Simmons||b Bhuvneshwar Kumar||68||50||136.00||5||4|
|CM Gautam||c Shikhar Dhawan b Bhuvneshwar Kumar||1||3||33.33||0||0|
|Ambati Rayudu||c & b Moises Henriques||68||46||147.82||7||2|
|Rohit Sharma||NOT OUT||14||6||233.33||3||0|
|Kieron Pollard||NOT OUT||6||7||85.71||0||0|