The Indian Premier League returned in dramatic fashion as Chennai Super Kings staged a superb fightback to defeat defending champions Mumbai Indians.
Chennai were reduced to 24-4, effectively 24-5, because of an injury to Ambati Rayudu in Dubai.
But opener Ruturaj Gaikwad batted through the innings for 88 not out from 58 balls to help them post 156-6.
Mumbai then never recovered from 37-3, closing on 136-8, to give Chennai victory by 20 runs.
CSK, captained by India legend MS Dhoni and with England all-rounder Moeen Ali in their side, join Delhi Capitals at the top of the table, having won six of their eight games.
The IPL has restarted in the United Arab Emirates having been postponed in May amid a surge of coronavirus cases in India.