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Delhi Capitals 162/4 (20 ov)
Mumbai Indians 166/5 (19.4 ov)
Mumbai Indians won by 5 wickets
Player of the match: Quinton de Kock
A comfortable victory for Mumbai Indians take them to the top of the table. Delhi Capitals will not be worried with five victories already under their belt, but as the skipper said, they certainly have some work to put in, especially in the fielding department. 

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Quinton de Kock has been adjudged the Man-of-the-Match.
De Kock
hasn't had a fabulous string of scores in this IPL, but he feels that he has been timing the ball excellently in the nets. It was just a matter of getting it right in the middle and he was never feeling any stress about it. It was all about keeping it simple and capitalizing on the starts.

The heat is not getting any easier, says de Kock. The players are getting used to it as the tournament progresses, but it is still tough according to him.
Rohit Sharma feels that Mumbai Indians had a perfect game tonight. There are still some areas to improve, but it is good to get the momentum going. He feels that one set batsman should have been there at the end to see the chase off. It's a minor area to improve, but the skipper is not disappointed with today's efforts with the bat. Rohit believes that the team has to be prepared to play good cricket, irrespective of whether they are setting the target or chasing. Today's game presented a good opportunity to test the chasing skills since that hasn't been going well for any of the team's this season.
The scorecard will tell you that the match went into the last over, but it was always comfortable for the Mumbai Indians. Quinton de Kock led the charge at the top of the innings with a brilliant half-century. Suryakumar Yadav gave him company initially and was later joined by Ishan Kishan by which two good partnerships of 46 runs and 53 runs were made. If you have such partnerships in a chase of 163, you rarely end up on the losing side. Yadav made 53 runs off just 32 balls and fell in the 15th over. The quick loss of a couple of wickets towards the end gave a ray of hope to the bowling side, but the bulk of the work was already done for any major threat to be brought up.

Rabada was among the wickets once again. He picked up a couple for just 28 runs off his 4 overs. Both the spinners were uncharacteristically expensive tonight, going for over 8 runs an over. This was probably the factor which made it really difficult for the Delhi Capitals to have the stranglehold in the middle. Marcus Stoinis also could not do a good job with the ball tonight, going for 31 runs off his 2.4 overs and taking a solitary wicket towards the end.
Shreyas Iyer admits that they were 10-15 runs short. We might have seen a completely different game with the target around 180 runs. Iyer feels that the runout of Marcus Stoinis hurt them badly. He was in great form and seeing the ball like a football. It meant that they lost some much-needed acceleration towards the end of the innings. 

The Delhi skipper feels that the ball was coming a bit slow from the pitch in the first innings, but it was much better during the second. The spinners bowled well, but it was easier for the batsmen since the ball was coming straight and nice. 

Rishabh Pant will be out for at least one week, says Shreyas Iyer. And that is disappointing for Delhi Capitals as a team, and also for Shimron Hetmyer.
Mumbai Indians beat Delhi Capitals by 5 wickets with 2 balls to spare!
19.4 Marcus Stoinis to Krunal Pandya, FOUR! THAT IS THAT THEN! Banged into the track on leg stump and Krunal gets onto the back foot before swiveling beautifully on his pull shot! He lifts it over the in field and collects four to send MI to the top of the IPL points table!
19.3 Marcus Stoinis to Kieron Pollard, back of a length delivery outside off stump. Pollard gives himself some room and flat bats it down the ground to mid off for a single
19.2 Marcus Stoinis to Krunal Pandya, back of a length delivery on middle and leg. Krunal backs away and jabs it towards backward point before calling for a single. Pollard seems to be in trouble but Shaw can't gather
19.1 Marcus Stoinis to Krunal Pandya, FOUR! POOR FROM STOINIS! Full delivery down the leg side and Krunal has the simplest of tasks helping that one over short fine leg for four! That should be that then! Poor from Stoinis. That pitched outside the leg-stump and Pandya unravelled the gift without a lot of fuss.
Just three runs were conceded off the 19th over by Nortje. The match goes onto the last over and there is still work to be done. One boundary will relieve all the pressure for Mumbai Indians. All the effort of Delhi Capitals will be looking to stop the boundary and get a wicket, if not more.

And it will be Marcus Stoinis with his golden arm to bowl the last over. 
Over: 19 | Summary: 1 0 0 1 1 0 Bowler: Anrich Nortje Score: 156/5
18.6 Anrich Nortje to Kieron Pollard, back of a length delivery on off stump. Pollard backs away a touch and looks to flay it through the off side but only manages an inside edge that rattles into his pad
18.5 Anrich Nortje to Krunal Pandya, back of a length delivery on off stump. Krunal gets onto the back foot and jabs it towards extra cover for a single. A misfield means that Krunal is interested in going back for the second but Pollard has turned his back already!
18.4 Anrich Nortje to Kieron Pollard, back of a length delivery on off stump. Pollard tentatively pokes at it and the ball squirts off the inside edge to square leg for a single
18.3 Anrich Nortje to Kieron Pollard, back of a length delivery on off stump and Pollard goes for the huge hoick over the leg side. He is late on the stroke as the ball fizzes past his bat. Excellent pace on the delivery from Nortje.
18.2 Anrich Nortje to Kieron Pollard, full delivery angled into the pads. Pollard shapes to clip it into the leg side but fails to get any sort of contact on it. DC appeal but the umpire is unmoved. Seemed to be going well down the leg side. But, DC still review! 

There is no bat involved but the ball, as expected, is sliding down the leg side! Iyer was just going for the gamble with nothing to lose.
18.1 Anrich Nortje to Krunal Pandya, back of a length delivery outside off stump. Krunal watches the ball onto his bat before dabbing it past backward point for a single
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