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Overs 13: DC 73/4
Things arranged by Krunal Pandya, only four run. Delhi fighting in the chase

Overs 12: DC 69/4, needs 100 with 48 balls
Jayant Yadav also completed his share of overs with another tidy – four runs on it. Jayant returned numbers from 0 to 25 in four overs.

Overs 11: DC 65/4
Rahul Chahar completed his spell in style, took two races along with Iyer's wicket. Figures of Chahar:

Overs 10.2: OFF! Chahar cleans Iyer. DC 63/4
What a delivery! Rahul Chahar cleared Delhi captain Shreyas Iyer by 3 and put Mumbai ahead.

Overs 10: DC 63/3, needs 106 of 60 balls
Krunal Pandya's successful start – a wicket and three singles in it.

Overs 9.4: OFF! Krunal clears Colin Munro for 3. CD 61/3
Krunal Pandya entered the attack and immediately attacked. Delhi lost three wickets in quick succession.

Overs 9: DC 60/2
Rahul Chahar continued his brilliant spell, given only three races along with a Shaw wicket.

Overs 8.3: OUT! Chahar strikes again, scalping Shaw. CD 59/2
The second shutter for Rahul Chahar as Prithvi Shaw struck right into Hardik Pandya all the time. Shaw fell after scoring 20 of 24 balls with the help of two limits.

Overs 8: DC 57/1
Tidy by Jayant Yadav, he gave only five singles in it.

Overs 7: DC 52/1
Bright along Rahul Chahar, a wicket and four runs out of it.

Overs 6.3: OUT! Chahar attacks to dispense Dhawan. DC 49/1
Great wicket and a lucky one in that. Rahul Chahar gave the visitors the lead 5 minutes into the game. Shikhar Dhawan, who was in his element today, dragged one to his stumps while playing a reverse sweep. Dhawan scored 35 of 22 balls, beating six and five fours.

Overs 6: DC 48/0. Time for another timeout

End of powerplay. Shikhar Dhawan (35 *) hit a four Jayant Yadav in over as the spinner admitted six races in it. For the first of this season, Delhi has not lost a wicket within powerplay.

Overs 5: DC 42/0
Finally, a tidy of visitors. Jasprit Bumrah conceded only four singles.

Overs 4: DC 38/0
10 runs!
Great ended up for the hosts. Shikhar Dhawan (28 *) struck a six Jayant Yadav in it.

Overs 3: DC 28/0
10 runs!
This time Shikhar Dhawan (19 *) hit two fours in Lasith Malinga. Delhi out of a pamphlet

Overs 2: DC 18/0
10 runs!
Shikhar Dhawan (10 *) also started with two fours, hit the spinner Rahul Chahar.

More than 1: DC 8/0
Prithvi Shaw (8) hit Hardik Pandya at the end.

Prithvi Shaw and Shikhar Dhawan start the Delhi race. Hardik Pandya with the ball to Mumbai

The late attack of the Pandya brothers drove the Mumbai Indians to a respectable 168/5 against the Delhi Capitals at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium. Krunal (37 * of 26 balls) and Hardik (32 of 15) added 54 runs to the fifth shutter in just 4.2 overs. The pair helped Mumbai score 50 races in the last three titles.

Overs 20: MI 168/5
18 runs!
Big finale for the visitors. After Hardik Pandya hit a six, Krunal hit four against Kagiso Rabada. Rabada returned figures from
2-38 in four overs.

Overs 19.3: out! Second wicket for Kagiso Rabada, the scaly Hardik Pandya. MI 158/5
Hardik Pandya fell after scoring a quick 32-ball kick, which included three six and two fours.

* 50-run partnership between Pandya bothers.
MI 158/4

Overs 19: MI 150/4
15 runs!
Another great end for visitors. Hardik Pandya (26 *) hit a six and four in the last two Chris Morris balls. Mumbai ending its upward shifts.

Overs 18: MI 135/4
17 runs!
After Krunal Pandya (25 *) started with four, Hardik Pandya (15 *) finished Keemo Paul with four and six consecutive balls. Opportunely great for the Indians of Mumbai.

Overs 17: MI 118/4
Krunal Pandya (20 *) finished Chris Morris with a four. The visitors scored on the right.

Overs 16: MI 110/4
Success for Kagiso Rabada, a wicket and six races left him.

Overs 15.1: OUT! Rabada sends Suryakumar back. MI 104/4
Rishabh Pant went very well when Suryakumar Yadav was the first victim of Kagiso Rabada. Suryakumar hit two fours in his 26 innings of 27 balls. Mumbai fighting in the hard field in the middle. Time for another strategic time-out.

Overs 15: MI 104/3
Axar Patel finished his spell with another neat, only four singles of his. Axar returned figures from
1-17 in four overs

Overs 14: MI 100/3
Suryakumar Yadav (24 *) hit a four out Kagiso Rabada on over as the visitors scored eight runs in it.

* 100 appears for the Mumbai Indians at 13.5 overs

Overs 13: MI 92/3
Keemo Paul returned to the attack and gave only four singles in it.

Overs 12: 88/3
Spinners stifled the border flow of the Mumbai Indians. Axar came with another tidy, only four singles in it.

Overs 11: MI 84/3
Amit Mishra conceded nine races in his third, while Suryakumar Yadav hit four.

Overs 10: MI 75/3
Another excellent over Axar Patel – a run-out and five singles in it.


Kock's Quinton comes off the floor. (Photo TOI)

Overs 9.5: out! A big confusion and Quinton de Kock finished with 35. MI 74/3
The Mumbai Indians lost another window. A great strike for the visitors, Quinton de Kock after a great confusion in the middle with Suryakumar Yadav. De Kock hit a pair of six and four in his 27 balls.

Overs 9: MI 70/2. Time of first strategic time-out

Quinton de Kock (33 *) knocked out Amit Mishra with a four, but the whistle kept pace. Only seven races were retired.

Overs 8: MI 63/2
Now, Axar Patel started with a successful wicket and four singles in it.

Overs 7.5: OUT! Axar Patel fires Ben Cutting for 2. MI 62/2
Deli spinners on a roll. This time, Axar Patel caught Ben Cutting's leg before the wicket.

Overs 7: MI 59/1
What a veteran spinner's start – a great wicket and just two singles out of it.

Overs 6.1: OUT! Mishra clears Sharma for 30. MI 57/1
This is the 150th IPL wicket for spin-spinner Amit Mishra
, becomes first Indian to reach the frame. He is the second player to reach the mark after Sri Lankan rider Lasith Malinga (161). Rohit hit six and three fours during his 22-ball 30 knock.

Overs 6: MI 57/0
16 runs!
End of powerplay. Another 16 races for visitors. Rohit Sharma (30 *) and Quinton of Kock (25 *) hit a six from each Keemo Paul.

* Rohit Sharma (29 *) makes 50 wins for the Mumbai Indians, with a six-ball ball without Keemo Paul.

Overs 5: MI 41/0
Rohit Sharma (22 *) hit a four in the Ishant Sharma on how the Mumbai Indians scored nine races in him.

Overs 4: MI 32/0
16 runs!
Quinton de Kock (16 *) and Rohit Sharma (15 *) attacked Chris Morris to change gears, beat the pace by two fours and six at the end. Great for visitors.

Overs 3.2: FOUR!
Rohit Sharma (14 *) completed
8000 races on T20sthird Indian after Virat Kohli and Suresh Raina, with an inner limit of Chris Morris.
MI 21/0

Overs 3: MI 16/0
Another tidy Ishant Sharma, gave only four singles in it.

Overs 2: MI 12/0
Seven flees first from Kagiso Rabada during the match.

Overs 1.4: FOUR! Rahit Sharma (7 *) opens the limit count with an elegant unit for extra deep coverage.
MI 11/0

More than 1: MI 5/0
Good start for Ishant Sharma. The skinny pacer admitted only five races, including a leg-bye.

Here we go … Rohit Sharma and Quinton from Kock to start the innings of Mumbai. Ishant Sharma with the ball to Delhi Capitals

Shreyas Iyer: "I was also surprised when he said they are beating first. We are trying to maintain stability and
playing with the same team. We are going with a big flow, we need to continue the momentum. We want to be positive all the time. "

Rohit Sharma: "We are beating first, we feel like we have played here for a bit, we understand the nature of the field, Delhi is a smart team and plays very well here."
We have two changes. A forced change.
Ishan Kishan is ill, so he misses the opportunity. Jason Behreondoff is also out. Ben Cutting enters and Jayant Yadav is playing. The team is coming together and each individual is increasing. That's a good sign for us. "

TOSS | The captain of the Indian of Mumbai Rohit Sharma wins the lottery, decides to beat against the capitals of Delhi

Playing XIs

Capitals of Delhi: Prithvi Shaw, Shikhar Dhawan, Colin Munro, Shreyas Iyer (c), Rishabh Pant (w), Axel Patel, Chris Morris, Keemo Paul, Kagiso Rabada, Amit Mishra, Ishant Sharma

Mumbai Indians: Rohit Sharma (c), Quinton de Kock (w), Suryakumar Yadav, Krunal Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Hardik Pandya, Jayant Yadav, Rahul Chahar, Ben Corte, Lasith Malinga, Jasprit Bumrah

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