Mustafizur Rahman picked up his first wickets in Rajasthan Royals colour against Delhi Capitals on Thursday night.
The Fizz picked up 2 wickets for 29 from his 4 overs.
He bagged the wickets of Marcus Stoinis and Tom Curran.
His team Rajasthan Royals defeated Delhi Capitals by 3 wickets as they chased down the 148-run target with two balls to spare.
David Miller top-scored with 62 off 43 balls while Chris Morris slammed 36 off 18 delivers to hand a terrific win to the Royals.
Not one six was hit in the first 35 overs of the match - it was the first time a 20-overs innings had ended without a six at the Wankhede Stadium - but Miller, Morris and Jaydev Unadkat managed seven sixes between them as the Royals scored 60 in their last 4.4 overs.
For DC, Avesh Khan (3/32) picked up three wickets while Chris Woakes (2/22) and Kagiso Rabada (2/30) scalped 2 wickets apiece.
Earlier, DC posted 147 for 8 after being asked to bat first.
Skipper Rishabh Pant top-scored for DC with a 32-ball 52 after losing their top three - Shikhar Dhawan (9), Prithvi Shaw (2) and Ajinkya Rahane (8).
Jaydev Uadkat returned with the figures of 3/15 for the Royals. He was adjudged the man of the match.
In their last game, Morris had had a single refused in the last over when the Royals failed to get 13. If there were memories haunting them from that game, the second ball of the last over exorcised them.
The slower bouncer sat up, and Morris smoked it over square leg. A full-toss two balls later took the Royals over the line.
"I was gonna run back no matter what because Sanju was hitting it so sweetly. People underestimate how fast I run. Sanju was hitting it like a dream that night," Morris talked about the first match in the post-match presentation.