IPL PHOTOS: Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings
Mumbai Indians ended Chennai Super Kings' seven-match winning streak, beating them by 60 runs, in the IPL match in Mumbai on Sunday.
Chasing the hosts' total of 139 for 5, the former champions were shot out for 79, in just 15.2 overs.
Chennai, thus, remain winless at the Wankhede.
Earlier, Mumbai Indians won the toss and elected to bat.
Image: Chennai Super Kings players get into a huddle before the start of play
Jadeja strikes, Tendulkar dismissed for 15
Ravindra Jadeja provided Chennai the breakthrough in the seventh over, dismissing Sachin Tendulkar (15) leg before.
Mumbai were 40 for one at that stage.
Image: Mahendra Singh Dhoni appeals successfully for the wicket of Sachin Tendulkar
Jadeja's triple strike puts Chennai on top
Jadeja then had Kieron Pollard (1) caught by Suresh Raina at long-on.
He finished with figures of 4-0-29-3, including the wicket of Dinesh Karthik.
Image: Ravindra Jadeja celebrates
Mumbai manage 139 for five
A few good hits by captain Rohit Sharma (39 not out) and Harbhajan Singh (25 not out), and their 55-run stand (off 28 balls) for the sixth wicket, helped Mumbai's total get a semblance of respectability.
Mumbai managed 139 for five in their stipulated 20 overs.
Image: Rohit Sharma and Harbhajan Singh during their partnership
Johnson's strikes cripple CSK
Mike Hussey and Murali Vijay opened the innings for Chennai.
Mitchell Johnson struck with the first ball of his second over, dismissing Murali Vijay (2).
Suresh Raina came out to bat next, but he was out first ball, caught at point.
Johnson struck for a third time in the over, having Badrinath out leg before.
Chennai were 10 for three after three overs.
Image: Mitchell Johnson celebrates the wicket of Murali Vijay
Quick wickets put Mumbai in command
The visitors lost a fifth wicket when R Ashwin (2) was cleaned up by Harbhajan Singh.
Chennai were 34 for five after seven overs.
Image: Pragyan Ojha celebrates with Rohit Sharma after taking the wicket of Michael Hussey
Dhoni's dismissal ends Chennai's hopes
Pragyan Ojha got his second wicket in his second over, having MS Dhoni (10) caught by Pollard at long-off. He dismissed Mike Hussey earlier.
Chennai were 54 for seven after 12 overs.
Image: MS Dhoni walks back