Rajasthan Royals crushed Mumbai Indians by six wickets to enlist their third sequential success in this release of the Indian Chief Association (IPL) at the Wankhede Arena in Mumbai on Monday.

Pandya had one more extraordinary night after he met with boos at the throw by the home fans, inciting moderator Sanjay Manjrekar to say "act". Five-time victors Mumbai, who named Hardik Pandya as commander instead of veteran Rohit Sharma, tumbled to their third misfortune to remain in the lower part of the 10-group table.

Picking to bowl first, Rajasthan Royals halted Mumbai Indians at 125 for nine and afterward pursued down the objective with 27 balls in excess.

The in-structure Riyan Parag again played well to stay not out on 54 off 39 balls. Pace bowler Trent Boult returned figures of 3-22 to set up a devastating six-wicket triumph for Rajasthan.

"Indeed, an intense evening, we didn't begin how we would have preferred to begin," Pandya said after the misfortune.

Parag pounded an unbeaten 54 off 39 balls for his second progressive fifty as he guided the group to triumph with two sixes and a four.

Rajasthan bowlers administered with Boult's deadly opening burst giving way to Yuzvendra Chahal's 3-11 with his leg-turn.

Boult asserted three wickets remembering Rohit for the space of four conveyances across his initial two overs to quiet the home group at the Wankhede Arena.

Rohit, Naman Dhir and Brevis, every one of the three got out for a first-ball duck and one more wicket by left-arm fast Nandre Burger made Mumbai slip to 20-4 inside four overs.

Pandya enduring an onslaught from Rohit fans

Hardik Pandya has been confronting the fury of sneering fans in the IPL this season, with the Mumbai Indians battling since he assumed responsibility from Rohit Sharma.

Five-time champs Mumbai supplanted Rohit, who drives India in all arrangements, as skipper before the IPL season began last month after the India allrounder Pandya got back from Gujarat.

Pandya has been booed unremittingly as his side drooped to three back to back defeats, the most recent at Mumbai's Wankhede Arena on Monday.

In the wake of being exchanged from Gujarat back to Mumbai for $1.8 million, his quick height as commander went down gravely with the Rohit fans.

Rohit, 36, has driven the group to five IPL titles since taking over from Australia's Ricky Ponting in 2013.

Mumbai's winless record with Pandya as chief this season has deteriorated the circumstance for him despite the fact that Mumbai has in the past gotten back in the game after more regrettable beginnings.

Veteran observer Harsha Bhogle drew an examination with football. "What's going on with the IPL… is that the 'closeness' has developed," Bhogle told Indian site Cricbuzz.

"The more the competitions are developed, the more individuals have something in it."

Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, who plays for Rajasthan, said the fans expected to chill off. "Individuals ought to recall which country these players address — it's our country," Ashwin said on his YouTube channel.