IPL 2019, MI vs DC in Mumbai, Highlights: Delhi Capitals beat Mumbai Indians by 37 runs
IPL 2019, Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals As It Happened: Catch all the highlights of the third match of the 12th edition of the Indian Premier League through our blog.
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Highlights: Rishabh Pant’s destructive 78 powered Delhi Capitals to a 37-run win over Mumbai Indians in the IPL in Mumbai on Sunday, giving further proof of why he should be on the World Cup-bound plane to England. Pant got those runs in only 27 balls and while the relentless onslaught would do his confidence a world of good, Jasprit Bumrah’s shoulder injury two months before the ICC showpiece left the Indian cricket fraternity on tenterhooks. The fast bowler didn’t come out to bat as the Mumbai Indians were bowled out for 176 runs. ((Full scorecard))
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Capitals win by 37 runs
Rahul Tewatia gets Mitchell McClenaghan stumped and to every fan’s dismay, Jasprit Bumrah isn’t going to come out to bat. Bumrah sustained a shoulder injury after the final delivery of Delhi’s innings. Hopefully, it’s nothing serious and Bumrah will be up and running soon.
McClenaghan is the ninth wicket to fall and Mumbai go down by 37 runs.
Yuvraj falls for 53
Yuvraj Singh’s brilliant innings comes to an end with him giving a catch to Tewatia off Rabada’s bowling. Even though Mumbai may lose this match, they will be happy with Yuvraj’s 35-ball 53-run innings.
Yuvraj scores fifty
Yuvraj Singh has justified his selection in the Mumbai team with a half-century off 33 balls. The white ball legend hasn’t had much support from the other end, but he has powered on. Mumbai need 50 runs from 14 balls to win.
Rabada dismisses Cutting
Mumbai’s hopes are going down with every wicket. Rabada finds Cutting’s edge as Mumbai lose their seventh wicket. They need 60 runs from 20 balls to win.
Yuvraj keeps things interesting
Yuvraj Singh smashes Axar Patel for two sixes and keeps things interesting for Mumbai. However, the home side still need 64 runs from 24 balls. Tough but not impossible.
Delhi continue to chip away
Krunal Pandya had to slog everything and finally he couldn’t go on anymore. He presents a catch to deep mid-wicket and gets out for 32.
Pant’s magical innings puts pressure on Mumbai
The Mumbai Indians have a stiff chase on their hands, they need 86 runs from 34 balls to win. Delhi have the upper hand at the moment only because of Rishabh Pant’s brilliant innings of 78 runs. Here’s a look at the records set by the wicketkeeper-batsman during his innings - IPL 2019, MI vs DC: Rishabh Pant slams 18-ball fifty, joins illustrious list
Mumbai in deep trouble
Krunal Pandya and Yuvraj Singh are struggling with their timing as Mumbai move to 108/5 in 13 overs. They need 106 runs from 42 balls to win.
Hardik goes for a duck
The Mumbai Indians batsmen are falling like a pack of cards! Hardik Pandya goes for a duck after being caught out. MI: 95/5.
Pollard departs for 21
Pollard looked good during his stay at the crease, but it isn’t his day today. The West Indian presents a catch to Tewatia and gets out for 21 runs. Mumbai: 95/4 in 11 overs.
Yuvraj Singh gets into the groove
Yuvraj Singh looked rusty until he cut Keemo Paul to the third man boundary. Yuvraj and Pollard have strung a 24-run partnership, but they will have to up the ante to reduce the pressure on themselves. Mumbai: 69/3 in 9 overs.
Pollard hits a big six
Kieron Pollard didn’t have a great IPL last year and therefore he’ll surely would like to start with a bang in this season. The West Indian effortlessly send a delivery over Tewatia’s head for a six! Mumbai move to 61/3 at the end of the eighth over.
De Kock falls on 27
Ishant Sharma is on fire in his T20 comeback! He bowls a short ball and De Kock pulls the ball straight to Boult. Mumbai are in deep deep trouble now at 45/3.
Shreyas Iyer effects a brilliant run out
Things are slowly falling apart for the Mumbai Indians. Suryakumar tucks a ball towards mid-on and takes off for a run. Iyer picks up the ball and carries out a direct hit. Suryakumar is run out by miles. Mumbai: 37/2.
Rohit falls to Ishant
Ishant Sharma delivers a knuckle ball and Rohit Sharma sends the ball high into the sky as Rahul Tewatia positions himself brilliantly to take a good catch. Mumbai: 33/1.
De Kock takes on Boult
Quinton de Kock has started to open his arms against one of Delhi’s best bowlers - Trent Boult. He hits two fours - one through mid-on and the other through fine-leg and also manage a six over mid-wicket. Mumbai move to 28/0.
Rohit and De Kock start cautiously
Rohit Sharma and Quinton de Kock see off an excellent over by Trent Boult. They have started cautiously in the first over, however, they need to get a move on quickly.
Stunning innings from Pant
Rishabh Pant’s 18th ball fifty is the 12th fastest in the history of the IPL.
Injury concerns for Bumrah
Jasprit Bumrah landed awkwardly on his shoulder after bowling the last delivery and he was down on the ground for some time. Nothing is known about the extent of the injury and we will get you all the updates once he have an official word from the MI camp. Good news is that he is back on his feet and the team physio is tending to him.
Delhi finish at 213/6
Jasprit Bumrah bowls another expensive over as he concedes 16 off the last six deliveries. Rohit Sharma wasn’t happy as apart from Pant’s six on the second ball, Tewatia also hit a six on the fourth ball of the over. In the last six overs, Delhi score 99 runs and that helped them put this great total on the board.
Salam concedes 21 runs
One has to feel for the young Mumbai pacer Rasik Salam as he is taken for plenty by Rishabh Pant. The southpaw is playing like a man possessed and he simply tore apart the youngster in the last over. Pant ended the last over with couple of sixes and a boundary.
Half-century for Pant
Rishabh Pant is on fire at the moment as he completes his half-century off just 18 deliveries. Bumrah conceded 15 runs from the over as Pant hit his last four deliveries for 6,0,4,1. Pant strike rate is currently above 250. Delhi will be hoping Pant power them over 200 in the last two overs.
First wicket of the day for Bumrah
Jasprit Bumrah picks his first wicket of the day as Axar Patel departs for 4. In trying to clear the third man boundary, Axar is caught in the deep by Salam. Delhi have lost their sixth wicket of the day now.
Keemo Paul departs now
Mitchell McClenaghan picks his third wicket of the night as he gets rid of Keemo Paul for 3. Paul top-edged a delivery and de Kock took an easy catch behind the stumps. Delhi have lost half their side now.
Pant on the attack
Rishabh Pant is dealing in boundaries at the moment as he ups the ante for Delhi after Dhawan’s dismissal. 18 runs came from the over from Hardik as Pant hit the last three deliveries for 6,4,6.
Dhawan too falls short of fifty
Like Colin Ingram, Shikhar Dhawan too falls short of a half-century. Dhawan is dismissed by Hardik as the southpaw is caught at the deep mid wicket boundary by Suryakumar Yadav. Delhi have lost their fourth wicket now.
Stunning shot from Pant
Rishabh Pant took apart Cutting in his last over as Delhi scored 17 runs in the 15th over of the innings. Pant hit a four and six off the last two deliveries of the over as Delhi seem to be back on track.
Great over from Hardik
Hardik Pandya concedes just two singles from his over to keep things tight after the fall of a wicket. Dhawan is batting in his 40s and he moving towards his well-deserved half-century. Pant is still trying to get his eye in.
Ingram falls short of fifty
In trying to hit a six and bring up his half-century, Colin Ingram is caught out at the deep mid-wicket boundary by Hardik Pandya off Ben Cutting. Delhi have lost their third wicket of the day as Cutting picks his first. Rishabh Pant walks out in the middle now.
Delhi go past 100
Shikhar Dhawan hits a glorious boundary down the ground off Jasprit Bumrah and with that, Delhi have crossed the 100-run mark as well. The partnership between Dhawan and Ingram is worth 73 off 50 deliveries now and Delhi are looking in great position after losing two early wickets.
Three fours in Krunal’s over
Colin Ingram has smashed Krunal Pandya for three boundaries in one over and the India spinner is struggling now. Krunal concedes 13 runs from his over and he has now given 21 runs in 2 overs. Poor star by the spinner in the innings.
Fifty run partnership
Shikhar Dhawan hits a huge six off the bowling off Michell McClenaghan over the third man fence. With that, the 50-run partnership also comes up between Dhawan and Ingram. Delhi are going full speed towards the 10-run mark.
Expensive over from Krunal
Krunal Pandya concedes eight runs from his first over but he did well to pull things back after getting hit for a boundary on the first ball of the over by Dhawan. The Delhi batsmen are scoring run at a decent pace now and they will be happy with their progress.
Fifty up for Delhi
Hardik bowls a short delivery outside the off stump and Ingram cuts the ball over the point fielder’s head fora boundary. With that, Delhi has also crossed the 50-run mark. Ingram celebrates Delhi going past 50 with a huge six over mid wicket. 13 runs come from that over from Hardik.
Salam keeps things tidy
Rasikh Salam has given a good account of himself in his first three overs of the innings. He has given 21 runs but he hasn’t bowled badly. In his latest over, he concedes just four runs to keeps things tidy.
Shikhar Dhawan holds the key for Delhi after a poor start. He and Colin Ingram will have to put on a good partnership here to take them to a good score. Some confusion in the middle as umpire tells Dhawan that he should take strike and not Ingram. Both the batsmen were at wrong ends and umpire asks them to rectify it.
Dhawan greets Hardik in style
Hardik Pandya was introduced into the attack by Rohit and the all-rounder is greeted by Shikhar Dhawan with a boundary on the off-side. Wickets may have fallen for Delhi but if Dhawan gets going, expect the visitors to put up a big score in this clash.
Stunning catch from Pollard
McClenaghan picks his second wicket of the night as he gets rid of Iyer. The wicket would not have been possible had it not been for Kieron Pollard who took a brilliant one-handed diving catch in the covers. Delhi have lost their second wicket now.
Another no-ball from Salam
Youngster Rasikh Salam bowls his second no-ball in as many overs. He got away with the first one but is now hit by Iyer for a boundary. The young pacer from J&K seems a bit nervous and he needs someone to calm himself down.
Iyer makes his intentions clear
Rasikh Salam bowls short and wide and DC skipper Shreyas Iyer hits the ball on the up for a boundary towards extra covers. Iyer ended the recently-concluded Syed Mushtaq T20 tournament as the second highest run-getter and he will look to produce similar performances in the cash-rich league.
Shaw departs early
Mitchell McClenaghan has provided MI with the perfect start as he gets rid of young Prithvi Shaw. The left arm pacer produces an edge off the bat of Shaw and the keeper does the rest. Shaw departs for 7 as DC are off to a bad start.
Good first over from Salam
Rasikh Islam bowls a good first over and despite bowling a no-ball to begin with, he concedes just six runs off it. Shikhar Dhawan had a glorious opportunity to hit a six off the free hit but he hit the ball straight into the hands off the fielder at mid wicket. Steady start to the match by both the teams.
Match about to begin
The players are out in the middle and we are about to get underway at the Wankhede Stadium. Rasikh Salam has the new ball in his hand and he will bowl the first over. Prithvi Shaw and Shikhar Dhawan are opening the innings for the Delhi Capitals.
Mumbai playing XI
Rohit Sharma(c), Quinton de Kock (w), Suryakumar Yadav, Krunal Pandya, Yuvraj Singh, Kieron Pollard, Hardik Pandya, Ben Cutting, Mitchell McClenaghan, Rasikh Salam, Jasprit Bumrah
Delhi playing XI
Shikhar Dhawan, Prithvi Shaw, Shreyas Iyer(c), Rishabh Pant (w), Colin Ingram, Keemo Paul, Axar Patel, Rahul Tewatia, Kagiso Rabada, Trent Boult, Ishant Sharma
Mumbai Indians have won the toss and opted to field first against Delhi Capitals.
Rohan: DC’s likely XI
Shikhar Dhawan, Prithvi Shaw, Shreyas Iyer, Rishabh Pant, Colin Ingram, Sherfane Rutherford, Axar Patel, Trent Boult, Amit Mishra, Kagiso Rabada, Ishant Sharma
Pratik: MI’s predicted XI
Here is my predicted XI for this clash - Rohit Sharma, Quinton De Kock, Suryakumar Yadav, Yuvraj Singh, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Ben Cutting, Krunal Pandya, Mayank Markande, Mitchell McClenaghan, Jasprit Bumrah
Rohan: DC’s impressive pace battery
Delhi Capitals have managed to put together a stunning pace attack and they will certainly cause problems this time around. Kagiso Rabada, Ishant Sharma, Trent Boult and Chris Morris will be the heartbeat of their bowling and the likes of Harshal Patel, Avesh Khan and Nathu Singh are capable of providing able support to them.
Pratik: MI’s world class all-rounders
The reason why Mumbai have done so well in recent times is because they have managed to retain the core of their squad. Pandya brothers, Pollard and Cutting will be joined by Yuvraj this time around and these all-rounders have the capability of inflicting severe damage on the opposition.
Rohan: Young but bold skipper
Shreyas Iyer might be just 24 year old but he no rookie. Iyer has been playing for a long time now and also has experience on his side. In the recently-concluded Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy 2019, he ended as the second highest run-scorer with 484 runs, inclusive of two tons - 147 and 103*. He will now look to bring that form into IPL and lead from the front.
Pratik: Captain Marvel
Let’s begin with Rohit Sharma, who has led MI to three glorious IPL titles. He is the third highest-scorer in the history of the league and will look to add to his tally this season. He is also the fourth most successful captain in the history of IPL. He has won 51 out of 89 matches in the tournament and is only behind MS Dhoni (59.12%), Sachin Tendulkar (58.82%) and Anil Kumble (57.69%).
Rohan: ‘Roar Machaa’
Delhi Capital are also ready to roar this season. DC are filled with youngsters who are out to prove a point to the best in business. Everything is new expect for the return of a certain ‘Gabbar’ who could act as a catalyst and fire the side to glory.
Pratik: Where do I start?
Three time champions. One of the most consistent teams in the history. Big ticket-players and an iconic stadium. Mumbai Indians are well equipped to shake off their last season blues and take the tournament by storm this time around. Not to forget the skipper who will want to make amends after a rather uncharacteristic tournament last season.
Hello and welcome
A very warm welcome for the second IPL match of the day between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals. My name is Pratik Sagar, cricket correspondent at Hindustan Times and I will try to present the case why I think MI will go onto win this match at the Wankhede Stadium. My fellow cricket correspondent Rohan Pathak will put forward his case for the rechristened Delhi Capitals side and why he feels they will start the tournament with a bang.