Here are the reactions from the Twitterati.
Dear #DD,— Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadeja) April 22, 2017
One Does Not Simply Chase 30 Off 12 Balls Unless He's Legend The #MSDhoni. Made It Look So Easy For #RPS.#RPSvSRH #MIvDD #Dhoni pic.twitter.com/o15vMjvXMC
25 Needed Off 6. Call Me Maybe? It's So Easy Chris Morris.#RPSvSRH #SRHvRPS #MIvDD #Dhoni— Sir Ishant Sharma (@SirIshantSharma) April 22, 2017
#MI, once again, have shown the depth worthy of winning the #IPL this season. Best team in the league this far. #MIvDD— Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) April 22, 2017
RIP all those who said MI can't defend this or they lose it when they bat first!! Champions for a reason!!! #MIvsDD #CricketMeriJaan— ✨ (@anushah7045) April 22, 2017
Last Match— Shebas Tendulkar (@ShebasTendulkar) April 22, 2017
MI Chased 199 runs In 15th Over.
MI Defend 142 Runs.
Everything Is Possible For #MI💪
Kagiso Rabada and Chris Morris.— Thabo Holele (@thaboholele) April 22, 2017
They "boxing" smart, you say?
Well, we shall see.
Morris should face every ball but he won't. Teams need to learn this.— Lokesh (@FakeCricFan) April 22, 2017
People who still hope rabada and morris can win this for #DD, just be reminded that both are from South Africa #JustSaying #MIvDD #ipl— Monica (@monicas004) April 22, 2017
The Tare run-out and the subsequent collapse has scarred Morris so much that he has turned down any risky second run #MIvDD— Arun Venugopal (@scarletrun) April 22, 2017
McClenaghan is back to his best, hitting the bat hard.— Bharath Ramaraj (@Fancricket12) April 22, 2017
High pace, skilful opening spell by McClenaghan has left Delhi gobsmacked. Four overs, four wickets. All doors of escape seem closed for now— Cricketwallah (@cricketwallah) April 22, 2017
DD seam attack is nicely varied. Cummins: short & fast. Rabada: full, short & fast. Zaheer: left arm angle. Morris: off stump channel. #IPL pic.twitter.com/bNvgOAbn7Q— Freddie Wilde (@fwildecricket) April 22, 2017
When you need football to take a wicket in cricket!! Rabada gets Harbhajan!! #MIvsDD #IPL2017— Lancelot Lobo (@lancelotlobo) April 22, 2017
Apart from that inexplicable slower ball, that was sensational death over from Rabada. A neat footwork Run out to add to it..— Srini (@srinivas2112) April 22, 2017
Rabada bowls a perfect yorker at 146kph. Umpire calls it a no ball when in truth he has about an inch or so of his foot behind. Rubbish #IPL— Mahesh De Silva (@CharterKubiya) April 22, 2017
Rabada has his good days and bad days. On his good days, no one in the world is good enough to face him. On his bad days, still acceptable.— Alagappan Vijaykumar (@IndianMourinho) April 22, 2017
That gesture from Rabada to the umpire. Love this Kid. Respect. #IPL2017 #MIvDD— A (@ParanoidEchoes) April 22, 2017
what pathetic umpiring is that , giving noball to a legal delivery @cricketaakash #rabada #MIvDD— Clairvoyant (@rajrohit26) April 22, 2017
Rabada far too good to not be playing. Not a 'big name' though, that will very quickly change. #Rabada #ipl— Front Foot Cricket (@FrontFootCric) April 22, 2017
DD are fighting fire with fire, strengthening their bowling attack by dropping Billings for Rabada to counter MI’s batting strength. #IPL— Freddie Wilde (@fwildecricket) April 22, 2017
Rabada, Cummins and Morris, is there a more serious pace attack than this in the IPL? Great to watch.— Sambit Bal (@sambitbal) April 22, 2017
Not surprised with Mumbai performance when you have bowlers like Rabbada, Zaheer, Cummins, Morris and Mishra in opponent team..— Broken Cricket (@BrokenCricket) April 22, 2017