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That's it from us at Sportskeeda for the clash between Mumbai and Delhi at the Wankhede. Join us for the second encounter of the day between Kolkata Knight Riders and Sunrisers Hyderabad from the Eden Gardens.
A fantastic finish to a close game at the Wankhede Stadium. The hosts Mumbai Indians remain winless with three losses in a row. When they
batted, they gave away a flying start by Evin Lewis and Suryakumar Yadav, who hammered at will. But accurate spin bowling from Delhi, a continued lack of runs from Rohit Sharma and Keiron Pollard's cheap dismissal contributed to Mumbai's defeat. At the same time, Rishabh Pant and then Jason Roy hurt Mumbai with rapid run scoring, with the latter's rampaging knock of 91* taking Delhi home.
Mustafizur had to defend 11 in the last over, ten of which Roy knocked off in the first two deliveries. But three dot balls added drama, and
finally, Roy hit the winning runs off the last ball. Delhi will be hugely satisfied to get off the mark in the tournament and
move from the bottom of the table.
Last ball defeats and Mumbai, the pattern had to continue. Roy made sure it did.
19.6 Mustafizur to Roy, 1 run, wild swing again but this time he connects and the ball sails over all the fielders into the outfield.
Delhi open their account, finally!
And out comes the panel of Mumbai's think-tank once again, discussing more plans before one delivery than a government does in five years.
1 needed off the last delivery!
Roy squeezing the game as much as he can, why does he desperately want a Super Over?
19.5 Mustafizur to Roy, no run, another swing and another miss. This is CRAZY!
19.4 Mustafizur to Roy, no run, another slower delivery, Roy swings and misses. What is going on? Now he's hitting the Bull's eye all of a sudden. Roy seems to have been lost in the moment a bit. Blindly swinging at the ball.
19.3 Mustafizur to Roy, no run, slower delivery, swing and miss. This is the length he would have wanted at the start. Too little, too late.
19.2 Mustafizur to Roy, SIX, on the pads, flicked over deep fine leg. It's Roy's day, why are Mumbai even trying. On the pads, he whips it away with such disdain that it travels well over.
19.1 Mustafizur to Roy, FOUR, hammered over extra-cover, Full and wide from The Fizz, that's surely not what he intended. Roy has been playing this shot all day.
Fielding changes galore!
Rohit, Krunal, Pollard and Hardik are having a conference right in the middle of the pitch, almost half the side chit-chatting. Umpire intervenes and asks them to get along with the action already.
Delhi need 11 runs to open their account in the tournament. Can Jason Roy do it for them?
DD: 184/3(RR 9.68)
1 1 2 1 . .
18.6 Bumrah to Iyer, no run, wide yorker and Iyer fails to get bat to ball. Two perfect deliveries, one after the other. Iyer is completely flummoxed.
A very important delivery coming next up, 11 needed off 7.
18.5 Bumrah to Iyer, no run, slower delivery wide of off stump, Perfect ball for the 19th over. Slow, widish, out of reach.
18.4 Bumrah to Roy, 1 run, driven straight to long-on, jogs across for a single. Keeping it simple
18.3 Bumrah to Roy, 2 runs, slower one from Bumrah and Roy doesn't pick it up, mis-hit balloons in the air, and in no man's land
18.2 Bumrah to Iyer, 1 run, full-toss was on offer, but Iyer can go only as far as deep midwicket
18.1 Bumrah to Roy, 1 run, guides a full ball to deep point
The boundary off the last ball has taken some pressure off Delhi here. Bumrah up next!
DD: 179/3(RR 9.94)
1 lb . 2 . 4
17.6 Mustafizur to Iyer, FOUR, way too short and Iyer swings it away towards mid-wicket for a boundary. There comes one - he makes contact, and how, swatting the ball like a mosquito racquet to the deep midwicket fence
17.5 Mustafizur to Iyer, no run, swing and a miss. Fizz takes the pace off and Iyer fails to read it. The cutters are adding to the pressure - Iyer's intended swipes are not working
17.4 Mustafizur to Iyer, 2 runs, makes room for himself and plays a lofted shot over cover for a quick couple. They run hard and complete the second, despite a struggling Roy
17.3 Mustafizur to Iyer, no run, misses the ball completely, tries a wild swipe, doesn't get any wood on the delivery
17.2 Mustafizur to Roy, 1 run, Roy tries to glance it through his hips but fails to connect. Overthrow gives them a single. So does the confusion of a potential review for leg-before
Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
Saturday, April 14, 2018, 04:00 PM IST
Delhi Daredevils won the toss and elected to bowl.
Karumanaseri Ananthapadmanabhan, Nitin Menon
Mumbai Indians's PLAYING XI
Delhi Daredevils's PLAYING XI
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