IPL 2018 : Hyderabad beat Mumbai by 1 wicket In last ball finish

Apr 15, 2018, 01:02
IPL 2018 : Hyderabad beat Mumbai by 1 wicket In last ball finish

Although the equation was simple, the final run was not with the Bangladeshi quick bowling three dot balls in a row to leave Roy needing one run from the final ball with pressure mounting. Other than those three balls, it had been a brilliant inning from Roy- he finishes with 91 off 53 balls.

24 matches each have been won by teams batting first and second from 48 games at Wankhede Stadium. Nature of the deliveries notwithstanding, the Delhi batters played their shots. Dananjaya, who conceded 5 runs in his first over, was hit for 18 runs in his second over by Pant as Delhi reached 100 runs in 10th over. Roy was efficient in using his feet to meet the pitch of the ball, as well as using the depth of the crease while shifting back. Krunal was the beneficiary on both occasions, as Delhi became 135 for 3 in 13.2 overs. Expectations will be high from local boy Shreyas Iyer, apart from captain Gambhir, Rishabh Pant, Aussie Glenn Maxwell, Englishman Jason Roy and Kiwi Colin Munro. They are 113 after 11 overs.

Delhi have made a good enough start in poweplay.

Stanlake, Kaul and Sandeep Sharma picked up two wickets apiece, while Rashid Khan and Shakib Al Hasan chipped in with one wicket each.

Delhi have done extreamly well to contain Punjab under 200.

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IPL 2018 : Hyderabad beat Mumbai by 1 wicket In last ball finish

On a day when the bowlers lived up to their reputation by restricting MI to 147-8, SRH's experienced batsmen nearly threw the match away as eventually it was the last wicket pair of Deepak Hooda and No 11 Billy Stanlake who scrambled home.

Hopefully, in today's game, they will chase a good score or bat first and put up a formidable total on the board. As a result, they went into the last over requiring 11 runs to win. Ishan Kishan (36 off 19) is also looking risky here. That batting collapse will give KKR some ray of hope as they will look to use their bowling resources well this time. Mumbai are 158/2 after 15 overs. Suryakumar Yadav and Evin Lewis squash Delhi Daredevils bowler. Mumabi are 109/2 in 10/2 overs. Mumbai added 84/0 in the Powerplay, Lewis and Yadav are truly bossing the game here. It is evdent from the fact that they managed to take both the matches into the final over.

Super start by Mumabi so far.

MI's Yadav, promoted in the order, admitted that his side fell a few runs short of what they should have achieved. Evin Lewis is also hitting some big ones. Just three overs to go.

Reflecting on Mumbai's performance, Bond said his team could have done better, though it came close to winning the IPL T20 match against Sunrisers Hyderabad yesterday.

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