Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli hailed young pacer Navdeep Saini‘s brilliant Super Over that helped his side win a pulsating IPL contest against Mumbai Indians on Monday.Also Read - Anushka Sharma-Virat Kohli Break Silence on Vamika's Pictures Going Viral on Internet: 'Were Caught Off Guard'

RCB defeated Mumbai Indians via Super Over after the contest was tied in the regulation overs. Saini bowled the Super Over for RCB conceding only 7 runs and Kohli finished the game with a last ball boundary off Jasprit Bumrah. Also Read - Gautam Gambhir Reacts to Rishabh Pant's Rash Shot During 3rd ODI vs SA, Reckons he is Not Someone Like Virat Kohli

“Outstanding Super Over from him (Saini), bowling against Hardik (Pandya) and (Kieron Pollard). I think the longer boundary helped him gain some confidence with his yorker, because he has got the pace and then he was using the wide yorker well too,” Kohli said at the post-match presentation ceremony. Also Read - Virat Kohli-Anushka Sharma's Fans Begin Meme-Fest to Criticise Broadcaster After Vamika's First Pics go Viral

“The guys showed real good composure to get these two points in the bag and very crucial points at early stages of the tournament,” Kohli added.

He also credited Ishan Kishan and Kieron Pollard to bring Mumbai back into the game.

“It was such a roller-coaster of a game. We batted well in the first innings to get us past 200 and then the start of bowling was outstanding. They played well in the middle overs, waited for the dew to kick in…Pollard and Ishan to bat the way they did was outstanding to keep them in the game,” he added.

According to Kohli, fielding is something that the team needs to work on.

Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma conceded that Royal Challengers held better nerves than his team.

“Nothing to take away from RCB. They stuck to their plans, although we put them under pressure, they held their nerve more than us. It was a great game of cricket, we were not in the game at all when we started with the bat.

“But great innings by Ishan (Kishan) there to get us back in the game and then Polly (Kieron Pollard) was brilliant as usual,” Rohit said.

Rohit said that Kishan was drained and was not feeling fresh and hence did not bat in the Super Over.

“He was drained out and was not comfortable. We thought we could send him in but he was not feeling fresh and Hardik is somebody we trust hitting the long-balls but it is not coming off.”

Rohit said that they did not start well and hence could not get back from there.

“It is just that we couldn’t start well. I thought we could get that 200 with the batting power we had but we could not get the momentum in the first 6-7 overs.”

He was confident that the match is on till Pollard was around.

“We lost a few wickets there and could not get back. With Polly (Pollard) being there, anything can happen and with Ishan hitting the ball really well, we had that belief that we could get it,” he said.