CHENNAI, India (AP) — Mumbai fast bowler Akash Madhwal grabbed astonishing figures of 5-5 to help the Indians eliminate Lucknow Super Giants from the Indian Premier League with a thumping 81-run win on Wednesday.

Madhwal’s brilliant bowling and three bizarre run-outs saw Lucknow get bowled out for 101 with more than three overs to spare as Australian Marcus Stoinis top-scored with 40.

Mumbai, which won the toss and elected to bat in the knockout game, scored 182-8 with Cameron Green (41) and Suryakumar Yadav (33) dominating the first half of the innings. Impact player Nehal Wadhera smashed two fours and two sixes in his cameo of 23 off 12 balls in the death overs to give Mumbai above-par total on a slow wicket.

Mumbai will now face defending champion Gujarat Titans on Friday with the winner advancing to Sunday’s final against Chennai Super Kings.

“Akash Madhwal was part of the season last year, (but) he didn’t get to play,” Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma said. “We knew what he had … I was confident he could get the job done for us. As a team, we enjoyed the fielding. We want to keep getting better and throw ourselves. We knew coming to Chennai, one man won’t take us through.”