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Indian Premier League, 34th Match: Delhi Capitals v Mumbai Indians at Delhi, Apr 18, 2019

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Mumbai Indians 168/5

Delhi Capitals 128/9 (20 ov)

Mumbai Indians won by 40 runs

Batsman R B S.R
Shikhar Dhawan (lhb) 35 22 159.09
Axar Patel (lhb) 26 23 113.04
Bowller O M R W Econ
Rahul Chahar (lbg) 4.0 0 19 3 4.75
Jasprit Bumrah (lbg) 4.0 0 18 2 4.50
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End of Over No.20 Delhi Daredevils 128/9 This Over (9 runs)

11.52pm Terrific win for Mumbai, that takes them to 12 points, and with five matches to go, they should fancy their chances of making the playoffs, and pretty soon from here. Delhi Capitals have had a good season, and will want to remove this particular match as a blip on their radar, especially how they bowled at the death, and their inability to cope with the spinners of Mumbai. Big game again tomorrow night, where Kolkata Knight Riders host Royal Challengers Bangalore. That’s that from teh Feroz Shah Kotla for the moment. The report should land any moment now, if it isn’t in already. For the moment, good night from Hemant Brar and myself, Debayan Sen

Hardik Pandya is the player of the match: “Even I was telling myself, the way the I am hitting the ball now, I have never hit it as well. All the work in the nets is paying off. (Stance) I like to keep the basics straight. Even at the death, if you keep your shape and expect the bowler to hit, you can hit the ball. I think I am just using my brain pretty well. Understanding the wicket, and expecting where the ball will come. I have five more games to go and then the playoffs, and I just hope to continue.”

Rohit Sharma: “After the first two overs, we thought 140 was a good score. That’s the chat Quinny and I had, and then luckily for us, we had wickets in hand, and we could use our power-hitters to get some runs in the last few overs. We knew we had quality in our spinners, and they executed it perfectly. (the toss) We made our mind up, because I have played here enough, even the recent ODI against Australia. We thought even if we can get 140-150, it would be enough with the bowlers we have. (On Chahar) It’s something that he’s been working on. He was part of the team last year, but never got to play. At some stage we wanted to get him in. He’s shown the right kind of attitude, and he’s very smart in terms of what he wants to execute. Those breakthroughs were good. He’s very confident bowling to left-handers too. If you show confidence in him as captain, he will deliver. Jayant was a simple swap, because they had 3-4 left-handers in the top six. Cutting as well, once the ball is nice and hard, we would use a power hitter to come and exploit their spinners. The idea to send him at 3 was a good one. But the game plan changes according to the venue and the opposition. The top 3 remains, but 4, 5 and 6 remains flexible.”

Ritesh : “I wish Mumbai win next 2 matches also so they can rest Bumrah for remaining matches. ”

Sunil: “For KKR to make it to the playoffs, they must get rid of their Captain- the man without any brains and likely to lead them to disasters year after year! ” — Gets a chance to redeem himself tomorrow, against the Indian national team captain. Should be a great match

Quinton de Kock: “After the first over, we knew it was slow and sticky. We just needed to rotate the strike, and to keep some wickets in hand for the end. It was not really a wicket where you can walk in and play shots from ball one. I think we are slowly but surely starting to find some rhythm. We are getting to know what our strengths are as a team. (how to keep wicket) Horrible [laughs]. Just something that we are not used to.”

Shreyas Iyer: “It’s really important for us to win home games, especially on these tracks. Unfortunately we lost the toss, and we got outplayed in all three departments. We practise on the pitches that are also slow. But when you come here, it’s totally different. We have to get used to these conditions. We would have chased (had we won the toss), we gave 20 runs more on this wicket. The wicket was really slow, and 140 would have been a manageable score. It wasn’t easy to bat on the pitch, the ball was stopping. Those three overs (that cost 50 runs) were the gamechanger.”

11.28pmThat’s that – a 40-run win in the end for Mumbai Indians. How crucial were those 50 runs in the last three overs in setting this victory up? Hardik Pandya must surely take a lot of credit, but a good hand from Krunal Pandya as well. Excellent bowling in response, especially from young Rahul Chahar, and then Lasith Malinga and Jasprit Bumrah just slammed the door shut on the home side

Preshit: “After 2013 2015 and 2017, MI is bound to win it again in 2019!”

Vishwajit Patil: “@vivek.. scientific calculator?? I used to sit with a ventilator. Still MIPaltanforever :D”

19.6 1 HH Pandya to Mishra short, and he biffs this away towards midwicket 1 run

vivek: “This is such a new region/zone for MI fans. Halfway through the IPL and we are placed comfortably to make it to the playoffs. Otherwise, at this stage all MI fans are usually sitting with scientific calculators trying to figure things out.”

19.5 2 HH Pandya to Mishra length ball, and he backs away and slashes this towards backward point. Not sure he intended for the ball to go there, but the edge carries it finer than what he may have planned 2 runs

Aditya Agrawal: “12 runs off last over for Mumbai to win by 37 runs. I am still betting on it.” — Or they get bowled out in the next ball?

19.4 W HH Pandya to Rabada length, wide of off stump, and he has looked to go inside out, and this time Pollard takes the catch running away to his right OUT
K Rabada c Pollard b HH Pandya 9 (12m 8b 0x4 1×6) SR: 112.50
19.3 0 HH Pandya to Rabada fuller, straighter, and he misses out on an attempted forcing shot through the off side no run

Sinosh: “@Shey, How is that worked for mumbai today? Spinners have been very much economical in this pitch, where malinga gave away 36 runs. Krunal could have saved at least 5-6 runs if he had bowled before 16th over”

19.2 6 HH Pandya to Rabada slower ball again, and this time he latches on to it and smashes this over midwicket. Big six! SIX
19.1 0 HH Pandya to Rabada slower ball, cuts across him, as Rabada loads up for a big heave on the onside, but misses no run

Hardik with the final over

Lohith: “Looking at the way this game as gone, brilliant call from Rohit to bat first. Home captain was surprised by Rohit’s decision, but it proves to be a great call. ”

End of Over No.19 Delhi Daredevils 119/8 This Over (10 runs)

18.6 1 Malinga to Rabada slower, outside off, and he looks to loft this towards long on. Pollard runs in, gets to it, and drops it! Wow…second drop in the last two games, isn’t it? From Pollard? 1 run
18.5 1 Malinga to Mishra slower ball, outside off, and he looks to drive this. Seems to get a bit of an outside edge, as it runs towards de Kock, but lands ahead of the keeper. They are able to pick up one 1 run
18.5 1 Malinga to Mishra looks for the yorker, but overcooks it. Will be called a wide, as it goes down the leg side again 1 wide
18.4 4 Malinga to Mishra full ball, and he looks to get a leg glance going. Takes the pad and runs down to fine leg 4 leg byes

Ashish: “Iyer has not made too many friends..Mishra, Ishant were not used in couple of matches till 13th over.. pant is wasted down the order..he clearly doesn’t have too much confidence in Indian players.. I am sure players can feel that..”

18.3 1 Malinga to Rabada length, and he drives this towards the sweeper cover fielder 1 run

Adhish kuinkel: “I am from japan. I love cricket and watch every game of ipl. Why dc is without sandy!! Just for 1 game which he hadn’t done well. Noone can do best in every game like rabada and morris this game. So think well dc mgmt. ”

18.2 1 Malinga to Mishra fuller, slower, and he guides this towards square leg. There’s a shy at the stumps at the non-striker’s end, but the fielder misses out on the direct hit 1 run

Omkar: “I think it’s brilliant batting from Hardik and some not so effective death bowling from Rabada and co. Consider score of 130 here and DC would be easily taking this home. Those 30 extra runs have made all the difference. ”

18.1 1 Malinga to Rabada length ball, and he slogs this towards deep midwicket 1 run

Shey: “@Sinosh I think Rohit doing the right thing by bringing his prime attacking bowlers for a spell.. Chances of Delhi winning this is minimum so they need to try win as big as possible to improve their runrate which will be important to get into the direct qualifier…”

End of Over No.18 Delhi Daredevils 109/8 This Over (2 runs)

17.6 0 Bumrah to Mishra advances down the track and slogs a length ball towards mid off no run

Shekhar Bandaru: “In this age of mankading, what was Paul trying to do? Was he kidding? ”

17.5 0 Bumrah to Mishra full, right in the blockhole, and Mishra defends this back towards the bowler no run
17.4 1 Bumrah to Rabada looks for a yorker, but ends up bowling a slightly high full toss. Rabada catches this on his pads as it runs towards third man 1 leg bye

Anand Meenakshi: “In Gully cricket its team hatrick!!!!”

17.3 1 Bumrah to Mishra fast, length ball outside off, and he guides this towards third man 1 run

Tushar: “Looking at Delhi team, it looks so promising although when it comes with these kind of performances suddenly it looks weakest batting line up. What they lack is X factor/surprise/innovation. They need to try Keemo at 1 down and get Sharfane or Jalaj Saxena as finisher. Do something which opposition has not thought of. Right now its all about getting past Pant and register a win.”

17.2 W Bumrah to Patel BOWLED! Fast, full and accurate. Axar backs away looking to get this over the off side, and the ball goes through the gate and rattles his middle stump. BOOMRAH is in the house! OUT
AR Patel b Bumrah 26 (35m 23b 1×4 1×6) SR: 113.04
17.1 W Bumrah to Patel fast, straight, and he defends this. Paul has come halfway down the track at the other end, and Bumrah gets to the ball, and throws the stumps down at the non-striker’s end. Paul was still halfway down the pitch! Hard to say if there was a single there or not, but Paul was definitely not communicating well enough OUT
KMA Paul run out 0 (2m 0b 0x4 0x6) SR: –

Sven : “I think Eoin Morgan would be a good fit as captain of Delhi for next year. He’s one of, if not, the best captain in limited overs cricket. ”

End of Over No.17 Delhi Daredevils 107/6 This Over (11 runs)

16.6 W Malinga to Morris full, and he has swung this towards long on, where Hardik comes forward and takes a good, low catch. This was a useful resistance from Morris and Axar, but he had no option but to go for it, with the run rate required catching up to 21 OUT
CH Morris c HH Pandya b Malinga 11 (18m 9b 0x4 1×6) SR: 122.22
16.5 1 Malinga to Patel yorker, and he digs it out towards cover 1 run
16.4 2 Malinga to Patel full ball, and he digs it out between his leg. The Natmeg again, but this time towards short midwicket. Can only get a couple here 2 runs

Mxp : “Mishras’s fourth over was something to do with experience not much to debate in that and sharma used his main specialists according to situations ”

16.3 1 Malinga to Morris slower, fuller ball on off, and he digs it out towards short midwicket. Smart bowling 1 run

Sinosh: “Rohit doesn’t like krunal pandya or what? even after bowling well he does not get his full quota of 4 overs. ”

16.2 1 Malinga to Patel moves away, and picks up a slower, fuller ball and drives it towards cover 1 run

Sujan Kandel: “Just look at the economy of rabada, morris, paul and of spinner amit mishra, Patel as well as Chahar and Yadav too. Clearly spin is favoured here, and its their own pitch. Sandy is not playing, amit did only 3 overs. What is going on in Dehli team?”

16.1 6 Malinga to Patel slower ball, and he has got a hold of this! Swings it away, picking it up from outside off, and through midwicket for a big six! SIX

kritish : “As of this moment, the top 10 wicket takers this ipl. First two are proteas’ fire(rabada, tahir), 3 and 4 are Indian spin and pace attack(chahal, shami) , 5 to 8 are not playing this WC(archer, ashwin, chahar, morris) , 9 and 10 are India’s and Afghan’s spearheads respectively(booomrah, Rashid khan). ”

Bharath Seervi tells me that 4 of the top-5 batsmen in Delhi’s innings bowled – only the 4th such instance for any team in IPL. Proof of how well Mumbai have bowled, but what of Dhawan’s dismissal? He looked in complete control when he seemed to give it all away

End of Over No.16 Delhi Daredevils 96/5 This Over (10 runs)

10 off that over, but they are left with still a required run rate in excess of 18, as the second timeout is taken

15.6 0 Bumrah to Morris looks for the yorker, and Morris takes it on the full, but his forced drive cannot beat cover no run
15.5 1 Bumrah to Patel length ball, angles away from him, and takes the outside edge as Axar shapes to defend. Runs down towards third man. Good pace on that ball, and a hint of reverse swing too on a scruffy surface 1 run

Around the wicket

Deep: “83 needed off 30, this is when in gully cricket, the guy who gets batting from both sides steps up 😉 … let’s get Pollard in for DC” — Might not fancy facing Bumrah and Malinga, though

15.4 1 Bumrah to Morris short, and he gets a hold of this, but there’s a fielder at deep midwicket, where he swings this ball around 1 run
15.3 2 Bumrah to Morris yorker, and he digs this out and gets it towards deep midwicket. They press hard for the second, and Axar Patel just about makes it at the non-striker’s end. Was a sharp throw from Hardik Pandya 2 runs

Ayan : “The present condition of both team is because of use of spinner by both team DC even didn’t finished the spell of Mishra what was the plan of Iyer is still mystery”

15.2 0 Bumrah to Morris short ball, a bit slower too, and Morris looks to drive this through covers, but the ball never really arrives. Bounces a couple of times on the way to de Kock no run

Score Cards

  • Bowling O M R W Econ
    HH Pandya 2 0 17 1 8.50
    RD Chahar 4 0 19 3 4.75 (2w)
    SL Malinga 4 0 37 1 9.25 (1w)
    J Yadav 4 0 25 0 6.25
    JJ Bumrah 4 0 18 2 4.50
    KH Pandya 2 0 7 1 3.50
  • Partnerships
    Wkt Runs Players
    1st 49 S Dhawan 35 PP Shaw 14
    2nd 10 PP Shaw 6 C Munro 3
    3rd 2 C Munro 0 SS Iyer 2
    4th 2 SS Iyer 1 RR Pant 1
    5th 13 RR Pant 6 AR Patel 6
    6th 31 CH Morris 11 AR Patel 20
    7th 0 KMA Paul 0 AR Patel 0
    8th 0 AR Patel 0 K Rabada 0
    9th 18 K Rabada 9 A Mishra 3
    10th 3* A Mishra 3 I Sharma 0
  • Batting R B 4 6
    PP Shaw caught 20 24 2 0
    S Dhawan bowled 35 22 5 1
    C Munro bowled 3 9 0 0
    SS Iyer bowled 3 6 0 0
    RR Pant bowled 7 11 0 0
    AR Patel bowled 26 23 1 1
    CH Morris caught 11 9 0 1
    KMA Paul run out 0 0 0 0
    K Rabada caught 9 8 0 1
    A Mishra not out 6 8 0 0
    I Sharma not out 0 0 0 0
    Extras (lb 5, w 3) 8
    Total (9 wkts; 20 ovs) 128
  • Summary

    Sports Event
    34th Match Delhi Capitals vs Mumbai Indians

    Location

    Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi,
    Delhi,Delhi,INDIA
    Starting on
    Apr 18, 2019
    Ending on
    Apr 18, 2019
    Description
    Indian Premier League, 34th Match: Delhi Capitals v Mumbai Indians at Delhi, Apr 18, 2019.

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