IPL 2017, Match 10: Mumbai Indians vs Sunrisers Hyderabad — As it happened...
Mumbai Indians produced a strong performance to beat defending champs from Hyderabad, and register their second win in three games.
Mumbai Indians produced a powerful performance to beat the defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad by 4 wickets at Wankhede Stadium, and climbed to third place in the Indian Premier League table.
It was their second win on the trot, and the credit, once again goes to their bowling unit. Opener Parthiv Patel was sublime, and Krunal Pandya and Nitish Rana played contrasting but vital knocks to set up the big win.
Man of the match: Jasprit Bumrah (MI) for his 3/24
Mumbai Indians Innings; Target 159
Over 18.4 || Score 159/6 - Hardik Pandya 2(3b); Harbhajan Singh 3(3b)
Mustafizur Rahman on for his third over, and Harbhajan Singh took a double off the first ball. A dot then, the single needed to win.
Mumbai Indians won the match by four wickets.
Over 18 || Score 155/6 - Hardik Pandya 2(3b); Harbhajan Singh 0(0b)
What an eventful over. Two wickets and six runs.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar first got the wicket of Krunal Pandya, caught at deep midwicket by Ben Cutting, off the first ball.
WICKET: Krunal Pandya c Ben Cutting b Bhuvneshwar Kumar 37 (20b)
And the over ended with the wicket of Nitish Rana. Bowled.
WICKET: Nitish Rana b Bhuvneshwar Kumar 45 (36b)
Bhuvi's figures: 4-0-21. 3 And Mumbai need four runs to win.
Over 17 || Score 149/4 - Nitish Rana 40(33b); Krunal Pandya 37(19b)
This time, Ben Cutting has seen the wrath of Krunal Pandya. A dot ball, then a six and four off successive balls. A dot ball then, a four, played fined. Hooked.
The over ended with a single, mistimed.
Mumbai Indians need another ten runs from three overs.
Over 16 || Score 134/4 - Nitish Rana 40(33b); Krunal Pandya 22(13b)
Oh, poor Ashish Nehra. Another poor over. 13 runs from it, with Krunal Pandya hitting the veteran bowler for a six and four off the third and fourth deliveries.
Mumbai Indians need another 25 off 24 balls.
Over 15 || Score 121/4 - Nitish Rana 39(32b); Krunal Pandya 10(8b)
All six balls to Krunal Pandya, and he got nine runs from it. And it infuriated Rashid Khan, or it seemed.
Constantly swiping the ground for dust, Rashid showed his struggle to grip the ball. But he has been brilliant today.
His figures: 4-0-19-1.
Over 14 || Score 112/4 - Nitish Rana 39(32b); Krunal Pandya 1(2b)
Bhuvneshwar Kumar has just given a lifeline to Hyderabad Sunrisers, by removing dangerous Kieron Pollard, caught at square leg by Shikhar Dhawan.
WICKET: Kieron Pollard c Shikhar Dhawan b Bhuvneshwar Kumar 11 (11b)
That happened off the fourth ball of the over. And only four runs from it. Krunal Pandya is the new man.
Over 13 || Score 108/3 - Nitish Rana 39(32b); Kieron Pollard 11(9b)
Good over for Mumbai Indians. 11 from it with Kieron Pollard hitting the lat ball of the over for a six. A flick, reminding to the world the power he has got. Not messing with him.
Today, Mustafizur Rahman has been dealt with. 15 runs from the over, and 30 from two.
Over 12 || Score 97/3 - Nitish Rana 35(27b); Kieron Pollard 3(6b)
Another good over for Hyderabad. Seven runs from Ashish Nehra's third over.
Three singles off the first five balls, then a four to end the over. Nitish Rana slashed over backward point.
Over 11 || Score 90/3 - Nitish Rana 30(24b); Kieron Pollard 1(3b)
Rashid Khan returned for his third over, and conceded five runs. Seriously, this guy is pure gold. His figures so far: 3-0-10-1.
Mumbai Indians need another 69 runs from 54 balls.
Over 10 || Score 85/3 - Nitish Rana 27(21b); Kieron Pollard 0(0b)
Deepak Hooda on for his second over, and he got the wicket of Parthiv Patel. Bhuvneshwar Kumar took a brilliant catch at long-on.
WICKET: Parthiv Patel c Bhuvneshwar Kumar b Deepak Hooda 39(24)
That happened off the fourth ball, Nitish Rana ended the over with a six. Kieron Pollard is the new man.
Over 9 || Score 76/2 - Parthiv Patel 38(22b); Nitish Rana 19(17b)
Brilliant over from Ben Cutting. Only three singles.
Mumbai Indians still need another 83 runs from 11 overs.
Over 8 || Score 73/2 - Parthiv Patel 37(21b); Nitish Rana 17(12b)
David Warner introduced Deepak Hooda, and nine runs from it. Two singles to start, then a four to Nitish Rana, who slogged sweep. Three more singles.
Over 7 || Score 64/2 - Parthiv Patel 35(19b); Nitish Rana 10(8b)
Rashid Khan on for his second over. Another three-run over, but this no wicket for the leg-spinner.
Mumbai Indians need another 95 runs from 13 overs.
Over 6 || Score 61/2 - Parthiv Patel 34(17b); Nitish Rana 8(4b)
Mustafizur Rahman on for his first over of the season. And what a welcome he has got. 19 runs from it, with Parthiv Patel making a merry at Wankhede.
But it all started with a six, from Nitish Rana. The batsman wanted to skip, but the ball hit the bat, and gone.
Two balls later, Patel took over, hitting three back-to-back fours.
Over 5 || Score 42/2 - Parthiv Patel 22(14b); Nitish Rana 1(1b)
Rashid Khan, you beauty. The teenager from Afghanistan has done it again. This time the victim is Rohit Sharma. Trapped in front.
WICKET: Rohit Sharma lbw b Rashid Khan 4 (4b)
Three runs and a wicket. Brilliant over. Nitish Rana is the new man for Mumbai.
Over 4 || Score 39/1 - Parthiv Patel 21(11b); Rohit Sharma 3(2b)
David Warner stuck with Ashish Nehra even after that huge first over from the Delhi bowler, and he got the reward. The experienced bowler BOWLED dangerous Jos Buttler first ball. Middled.
WICKET: Jos Buttler b Ahsish Nehra 14 (11b)
It brought Mumbai skipper Rohit Sharma in the centre, and he took only two balls to find the sweet spot. A cover drive of highest order, but rival skipper David Warner was quick. And stopped it for three.
Then, Parthiv Patel played a wristy flick. A four. A good response from Nehra. Bouncer. Good contest. Patel then picked the ball on leg stump, and played it towards backward square leg for another four. 11 runs from the over.
Over 3 || Score 28/0 - Parthiv Patel 13(8b); Jos Buttler 14(10b)
Another over, another first-ball four. Bhuvneshwar Kumar strayed and it was Jos Buttler reached out to the line, made a good connection and the pierced through the packed off-side. Cracking shot.
But Bhuvi responded with a brilliant delivery. Almost a LBW shout, but missing the leg stump. Another dot ball, the a single to mid-on. Tight single.
Then, left-handed Parthiv Patel picked the gap and ran for two runs. Throw from deep mid-wicket was good too. A dot ball to end the seven-run over.
Mumbai still need another 131 runs from 17 overs.
Over 2 || Score 21/0 - Parthiv Patel 11(6b); Jos Buttler 9(6b)
Old war horse Ashish Nehra shared the new ball with Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Unlucky, Nehra. First ball got a thick inside edge and went for a four. Lucky Jos Buttler.
A single, then Parthiv Patel stood tall to play a cover drive. A double, then a dot. But Patel timed his shot to perfection to beat the third man.
15 runs from the over.
Over 1 || Score 6/0 - Parthiv Patel 1(2b); Jos Buttler 4(4b)
Bhuvneshwar Kumar resumed the action with the first ball of the second innings, diligently left by Parthiv Patel. A quick single followed.
Typical Bhuvi over. Lots of movement, and couple of good leaves from Mumbai openers. Then there was also runs. Jos Buttler timed his shot, and picked the vacant spot to play his glance. Four runs.
Bhuvi then responded with a LBW shout. Too high.
Electing to bowl, Mumbai Indians restricted Sunrisers Hyderabad to 158 for eight in an Indian Premier League match. Skipper David Warner top-scored with a 34-ball 49 while Shikhar Dhawan made 48 off 43 deliveries. For Mumbai Indians, Jasprit Bumrah picked up three wickets giving away 24 runs from his four overs.
Sunrisers Hyderabad: 158 for eight in 20 overs (David Warner 49, Shikhar Dhawan 48; Jasprit Bumrah 3/24).
Sunrisers Hyderabad Innings
Over 20 || Score 158/8 - Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4(3b); Ashish Nehra 0 (0b)
Jasprit Bumrah on for the final over of the innings. And he removed Naman Ojha first ball. Hyderabad have lost 6 wickets for 48 runs.
WICKET: Naman Ojha c Kieron Pollard b Jasprit Bumrah 9 (9b)
Ojha was caught at boundary. Bhuvneshwar Kumar joined Rashid Khan, and soon he got a new partner. Rashid Khan caught and bowl.
WICKET: Rashid Khan c & b Jasprit Bumrah 2 (4b)
Ashish Nehra is the new man. And the two pacers added three runs.
Bumrah's figures: 4-0-24-3
Over 19 || Score 153/6 - Naman Ojha 9 (8b); Rashid Khan 1 (2b)
Lasith Malinga on for this last, and innings penultimate over. A brilliantly disguise slower delivery got the better of Vijay Shankar. EDGED and caught at backward point.
WICKET: Vijay Shankar c Nitish Rana b Lasith Malinga 1 (2b)
Rashid Khan is the new man. Malinga's figures read: 4-0-30-1.
Over 18 || Score 147/5 - Naman Ojha 5 (5b); Vijay Shankar 1 (1b)
Jasprit Bumrah returned for his third over. Ben Cutting welcomed him with a four, hit over extra cover. Two singles followed, then Bumrah had the last laugh. Bowled Cutting.
WICKET: Ben Cutting b Jasprit Bumrah 20 (10b)
Vijay Shankar is the new man for Hyderabad.
Brilliant over from Bumrah. Seven runs and a wicket.
Over 17 || Score 140/4 - Ben Cutting 15 (7b); Naman Ojha 4 (3b)
Lasith Malinga returned for his third over. Back-to-back fours from Ben Cutting welcomed him. It was followed by a single, then a double.
Another single to Naman Ojha, and a wide from Malinga. A single to end the over, and Ben Cutting kept the strike.
Over 16 || Score 126/4 - Ben Cutting 5 (3b); Naman Ojha 1 (1b)
Hardik Pandya returned for his third over. A dot ball, then a wide to Yuvraj Singh. It was followed by a misfield by Jos Buttler at third man, and four to Yuvi.
Strategic time out mid over, thanks to a ball change.
Pandya then bowled Yuvi, played on. Legend is gone.
WICKET: Yuvraj Singh b Hardik Pandya 5 (7b)
Naman Ojha is the new man.
Eight runs from the over.
Over 15 || Score 118/3 - Yuvraj Singh 1 (4b); Ben Cutting 4(1b)
Mitchell McClenaghan on for his last over. And he got the wicket of Shikhar Dhawan. Bowled.
WICKET: Shikhar Dhawan b Mitchell McClenaghan 48 (43b)
That happened off the fifth ball of the over.
Before that, Dhawan and Yuvraj Singh had taken four runs. Ben Cutting is the new man, and a first ball four for him.
Eight runs from the over, and a wicket.
McClenaghan's figures: 4-0-42-1
Over 14 || Score 110/2 - Shikhar Dhawan 45 (39b); Yuvraj Singh 0 (3b)
Change of ends for Hrabhajan Singh. On for his last over, the veteran took the wicket of Deepak Hooda off the first ball. Caught at long-on, by Kieron Pollard.
WICKET: Deepak Hooda c Kieron Pollard b Harbhajan Singh 9 (9b)
That brought Yuvraj Singh. Five runs and a wicket.
Harbhajan's figures: 4-0-23-2
Over 13 || Score 105/1 - Shikhar Dhawan 41 (37b); Deepak Hooda 9 (8b)
Bowling change for Mumbai. Krunal Pnadya started his spell with a single to Shikhar Dhawan. A wide, then a single to Deepak Hooda. A not ball, the a single. Dhawan hit the fourth ball for a four.
Two singles to end the 12-run over.
Over 12 || Score 93/1 - Shikhar Dhawan 34 (33b); Deepak Hooda 6 (5b)
Mitchell McClenaghan continued for another over, and nine from it.
After the fall of David Warner, Shikhar Dhawan and Deepak Hooda continued for the defending champions.
Over 11 || Score 84/1 - Shikhar Dhawan 30 (30b); Deepak Hooda 1 (2b)
David Warner started the over with a six, a reverse slog. Kind of miracle shot. But it was followed by a brilliant catch, taken by a sprinting Parthiv Patel.
WICKET: David Warner c Parthiv Patel b Harbhajan Singh 49 (34b)
Deepak Hooda is the new man. Nine runs from the over.
Over 10 || Score 75/0 - Shikhar Dhawan 28 (28b); David Warner 43 (32b)
Lucky runs for Hyderabad. Shikhar Dhawan found an inside edge and it went for a four. A dot ball, then a single, before David Warner timed his cut shot to perfection. A six over the third man.
A single followed, then a wide. But a dot to end the 13-run over.
Thus Hardik Pandya has his two overs gone, for 14 runs.
Over 9 || Score 62/0 - Shikhar Dhawan 23 (24b); David Warner 37 (30b)
Mitchell McClenaghan continued with his second over. Two dots and two singles off the first four balls, then Nitish Rana failed to stop the ball on on side, and the David Warner shot gone for a four.
It was followed by a cut shot on the opposite side, beating the cover fielder, for a four.
10 runs from it.
Over 8 || Score 52/0 - Shikhar Dhawan 22 (23b); David Warner 28 (25b)
Hardik Pandya on for his first over. And the young bowler survived a bad slip, while running up for his first ball. He's fine though, shrugged off the pain with a hearty smile.
A leg-bye to David Warner start the over. A dot ball followed, then Krunal Pandya pulled up a blinder. No, it's not. Shikhar Dhawan survived. Replays, after replays showed that Pandya 'failed' to control the catch. Good effort though.
Some good fielding today from Mumbai players. David Warner played the fifth ball to point, and it was stopped by a diving Nitish Rana. A single.
Good over. Only three runs from it.
Over 7 || Score 49/0 - Shikhar Dhawan 21 (20b); David Warner 27 (22b)
Another bowling change for Mumbai. A beard-less Mitchell McClenaghan on.
David Warner tried to loft the first ball over the long on fielder, but ended up ball trickling down. A single. Shikhar Dhawan mistimed his swing, and lucky, he got his first four, to backward square leg.
A dot ball, then Dhawan lofted the fourth ball over deep mid-wicket for a six. McClenaghan responded with a yorker-lenght delivery, but missing the off stump. Dhawan ended the over with a crunching cover drive.
15 runs from the over.
Over 6 || Score 34/0 - Shikhar Dhawan 7 (15b); David Warner 26 (21b)
Jasprit Bumrah continued with his second over. A good one from the pacer, or, was it. There were only four singles, then David Warner played a delicate shot, opening the face of the bat, and beating the third man fielder for a four. That's eight runs.
Over 5 || Score 26/0 - Shikhar Dhawan 5 (13b); David Warner 20 (17b)
One busy over. Lsith Malinga on for his second over. A four off the first ball, hit by David Warner, between short third man and point. Then a dot ball.
Warner hit another four, through fine leg area. It was followed by a single, the two dot balls to Shikhar Dhawan.
Nine runs from the over.
Over 4 || Score 17/0 - Shikhar Dhawan 5 (11b); David Warner 11 (13b)
Bowling change for Mumbai. Jasprit Bumrah on.
A dot ball to start the over, to Shikhar Dhawan. The Delhi batsman then played a crunching cover drive, which was pulled back just in time by Jos Buttler.
Two dot balls, then a single. The over ended with a single. Four runs from it.
Over 3 || Score 13/0 - Shikhar Dhawan 2 (8b); David Warner 10 (10b)
Harbhajan Singh on for his second over. And, out of nowhere, David Warner hit the off spinner for back-to-back fours – one over the cover and the second one, almost a six, again over the cover.
Then we have a review for stumping. Quick work from Parthiv Patel. But the replays showed Warner safe.
Good response from Harbhajan. Four dot balls. 12 runs from the over.
Over 2 || Score 5/0 - Shikhar Dhawan 2 (8b); David Warner 2 (4b)
Lasith Malinga, playing his 100th IPL match for the Mumbai Indians, shared the new ball with Harbhajan Singh.
A single off the first ball, as David Warner played towards cover. quick single. Then, Shikhar Dhawan wasted a good chance, failing to put away a full toss, then blocked a yorker-lenght delivery.
A single off the the third ball, then a dot ball to Warner. Malinga, then, kept Warner inside the crease with a short ball. But a leg-bye, to make it a three-run over.
Over 1 || Score 2/0 - Shikhar Dhawan 1 (5b); David Warner 1 (1b)
Rohit Sharma straight away starting with his most experience bowler, Harbhajan Singh. A slip in placed.
Dhawan happily fended off first two balls, then tried coming down the track, but settled with another dot. Another dot.
But Dhawan managed to play it late, a cut shot for first run of the match.
David Warner played an expansive shot towards extra cover, where Kieron Pollard tried to stop the ball. A single, nonetheless. Two runs from the over. Brilliant over.
WATCH both teams warming up:
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And the big news – Mustafizur Rahman is on. Here are the playing XIs"
Mumbai Indians: Parthiv Patel (wk), Jos Buttler, Nitish Rana, Rohit Sharma (C), Krunal Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Hardik Pandya, Harbhajan Singh, Lasith Malinga, Mitchell McClenaghan, Jasprit Bumrah
Sunrisers Hyderabad: David Warner (C), Shikhar Dhawan, Yuvraj Singh, Deepak Hooda, Vijay Shankar, Naman Ojha(WK), Ben Cutting, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Rashid Khan, Ashish Nehra, Mustafizur Rahman
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TOSS: Rohit Sharma spins the coin, and David Warner calls it heads, and it's tails. Sharma said, it's an obvious choice to bat second. Mumbai bat first.
And here is one fact which will keep captains in a spot, that existential to be or not to be...
— SunRisers Hyderabad (@SunRisers) April 12, 2017
To start with, here are five players to watch out for today. The list sure includes both the skippers and one rock-star.
Leaders Sunrisers Hyderabad travel west to take on Mumbai Indians, who will be confident on the back of a thrilling victory against Kolkata Knight Riders, when Nitish Rana and Hardik Pandya produced fireworks in the end to give the team their first victory of the campaign.
The two-times IPL champions, led by Rohit Sharma, will be put to test facing David Warner's table-toppers, who haven't put a foot wrong in the campaign so far.
Batting first, SRH handed RCB a 35-run defeat in the season opener after posting 207 runs on the board. While in their second match, they restricted a batting-heavy Gujarat Lions line-up to mere 135-7 and subsequently, cruised to a 9-wicket win, chasing down the total in just 15 overs.
Bangladesh star Mustafizur Rahman has joined the squad and is likely to be selected straight in the playing eleven, considering his limited availability to IPL this season.
Here's everything you need to know about Match 10 of IPL 2017:-
Likely XIs for today's match:-
Mumbai Indians: Jos Buttler, Parthiv Patel (wk), Rohit Sharma (captian), Nitish Rana, Kieron Pollard, Krunal Pandya Hardik Pandya, Harbhajan Singh, Jasprit Bumrah, Mitchell McClenaghan, Lasith Malinga
Sunrisers Hyderabad: David Warner (captain), Shikhar Dhawan, Moises Henriques, Yuvraj Singh, Deepak Hooda, Naman Ojha (wk) , Bipul Sharma, Rashid Khan, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Ashish Nehra, Mustafizur Rahman
When and where to watch the match:
Date & Time: April 12 (Wednesday) at 20:00 IST
Venue: Wankhade Stadium, Mumbai
TV Listing: Sony Six, Sony Six HD, Sony ESPN, Sony ESPN HD and SET MAX.
Online Streaming: Sony LIV, Hotstar
New Delhi: Welcome to our live coverage of 2017 IPL match 10, between Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad, being played at the historic Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.