Indian Premier League 2016, Match 37: Mumbai Indians vs SunRisers Hyderabad - As it happened...
While defending a challenging total of 177, Hyderabad bowlers bundled out Mumbai for 92.
An all-round performance by Hyderabad helped them beat Mumbai to add two crucial points in their kitty.
In the post-match interview Hyderabad skipper said: David Warner said Very clinical, very pleased. Fantastic knock from Shikhar, we felt 170 was par. We have been executing our skills at the top of the order. Have to start fresh again. We got swing up front. We got the momentum, we got to keep going on with that.
Mumbai Indians Innings
Over 16.3 || Score 92/10 (Harbhajan 21)
Sran with his last over. Bumrah edged the third ball to wicketkeeper, who took a one-handed catch. With the wicket, Hyderabad beat hosts Mumbai in a lop-sided affair by 85 runs.
JJ Bumrah c Ojha b Sran 6 (9b)
Over 16 || Score 92/9 (Harbhajan 21, Bumrah 6)
Bhuvneshwar Kumar back into the attack. Bhajji collected a boundary off the last ball. Mumbai need 86 from 24 balls.
Over 15 || Score 85/9 (Harbhajan 16, Bumrah 5)
Last Mumbai batsman Jasprit Bumrah has joined Harbhajan Singh in the middle. Barinder Sran was hit for a boundary off his first ball by Barinder towards fine third man. Mumbai need 93 from 30 balls.
Over 14 || Score 78/9 (Harbhajan 15)
This time Mustafizur was hit for a boundary by McClenaghan off his first ball. Interestingly, the Bangladeshi bowler picked a wicket off his last ball as he got the better of McClenaghan. Mumbai need 100 from 36 balls.
MJ McClenaghan c Henriques b Mustafizur Rahman 8 (9b)
Over 13 || Score 70/8 (McClenaghan 3, Harbhajan 14)
Henriques with his last over. Finally a boundary came after a long long time from Harbhajan Singh's willow. Eight runs came from the over. Mumbai need 108 from 42 balls.
Over 12 || Score 62/8 (McClenaghan 1, Harbhajan 8)
Mustafizur once again picked a wicket off the first ball of his over. Southee Out! Poor batting is display by the hosts. Mitchell McClenaghan has come to the middle now.
TG Southee c Ojha b Mustafizur Rahman 3 (4b)
Over 11 || Score 58/7 (Southee 3, Harbhajan 5)
Henriques to continue. Another tight over by the pacer, four runs came from it.
Over 10 || Score 54/7 (Southee 2, Harbhajan 2)
Mustafizur Rahman picked up the wicket of H Pandya off his first delivery of the match. Excellent display of fast bowling by Hyderabad. Tim Southee walked into the middle.
HH Pandya c Ojha b Mustafizur Rahman 7 (16b)
Over 9 || Score 50/6 (H Pandya 7, Harbhajan 0)
Moises Henriques set to bowl. Another wicket! This time its big man Pollard. Hyderabad bowlers are dictating terms at the moment. Harbhajan Singh is the new man in.
KA Pollard c Sran b Henriques 11 (13b)
Over 8 || Score 48/5 (H Pandya 5, Pollard 11)
Barinder Sran with his 2nd over. Pollard hit two boundaries off the first three balls to break the shackles. The seamer leaked ten runs.
Over 7 || Score 38/5 (H Pandya 4, Pollard 2)
Even after getting five quick wicket, Warner is jugging his bowlers alot. Now Moises Henriques has come into the attack for the first time and conceded six from the over.
Over 6 || Score 32/5 (H Pandya 2, Pollard 0)
Nehra, who has already picked three wickets in the match, bowled yet another superb over as he gave mere one run in his 3rd. Pollard is yet to open his account.
Over 5 || Score 31/5 (H Pandya 1, Pollard 0)
Barinder Sran picked the wicket of his 2nd ball off the match as he got the better of K Pandya. Mumbai's top order collapsed like pack of cards.
KH Pandya c Dhawan b Sran 17 (11b)
Over 4 || Score 30/4 (K Pandya 17)
K Pandya and Rayudu started their respective innings on a positive note. But Nehra picked up two more wicket i his 2nd over in the form of Rayudu and Buttler to push Mumbai on the backfoot.
JC Buttler c Ojha b Nehra 2 (2b)
AT Rayudu c Williamson b Nehra 6 (6b)
Over 2 || Score 9/2 (K Pandya 4, Rayudu 0)
Mumbai off to poor start while chasing 178 runs as they lost both the openers - Rohit, Pathiv - inside the first two overs. Nehra and Bhuvneshwar picked up a wicket each.
RG Sharma b Nehra 5 (3b)
PA Patel lbw b Kumar 0 (4b)
SunRisers Hyderabad Innings
Over 20 || Score 177/3 (Dhawan 82, Henriques 1)
McClenaghan to bowl the last over of the innings. First ball, Yuvraj played an innovative shot to get a boundary towards square leg. Yuvraj Singh hit-wicket off the 4th ball. Moises Henriques, the new man in, and he managed just a single off the lat two balls. And with that Hyderabad put up a challenging total of 178 on board.
Yuvraj Singh hit wicket b McClenaghan 39 (23b)
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Over 19 || Score 170/2 (Dhawan 81, Yuvraj 34)
Bumrah to bowl the 2nd last over of the innings. Two runs came from the first three balls. 5th ball swas a juicy full toss and Dhawan hit it over square leg for a boundary. A boundary came off the last ball. 13 from the over.
Over 18 || Score 157/2 (Dhawan 70, Yuvraj 32)
Southee to bowl. Yuvraj smacked the bowler for a maximum over cow corner off the 3rd ball. Then Dhawan collected a boundary towards fine leg. It's a 14 run over by the Kiwi.
Over 17 || Score 143/2 (Dhawan 63, Yuvraj 25)
Bumrah set to roll his arm. Dhawan smacked the bowler for three boundaries to up the ante. The pacer leaked 13 runs in the over.
Over 16 || Score 130/2 (Dhawan 50, Yuvraj 25)
McClenaghan to bowl his 3rd over. Dhawan got a lucky boundary towards fine third man off the 3rd ball. In the next ball, the southpaw took a single to reach the 50-run mark. It's a slow fifty as per the T20 standards as Dhawan tool 43 balls, with the help of five boundaries. Fifth ball was slapped towards cover region by Yuvraj for a boundary. Big over, 14 came off it.
Over 15 || Score 116/2 (Dhawan 45, Yuvraj 18)
Pollard into the attack. Yuvraj Singh hit the first two balls for a boundary and a six. Expensive over for Mumbai as 14 came from it.
Over 14 || Score 102/2 (Dhawan 44, Yuvraj 5)
After a solid start, Hyderabad have started losing the momentum. Southee, who came to bowl his 3rd over conceded mere six runs in the over. But now Hyderabad have crossed the 100-run mark.
Over 13 || Score 96/2 (Dhawan 41, Yuvraj 2)
Harbhajan Singh is on a roll. He picked up his 2nd wicket in the form of Williamson. Six runs came in the last two overs. Yuvraj Singh has walked into bat.
KS Williamson c Sharma b Harbhajan Singh 2 (5b)
Over 11 || Score 90/1 (Dhawan 37, Williamson 2)
Kane Williamson has come to the middle after the fall of Hyderabad's first wicket. Krunal Pandya bowled a tight over first up and conceded mere five runs.
Over 10 || Score 85/1 (Dhawan 34)
Warner Out! Harbhajan Singh gave Mumbai their first breakthrough. Trying to hit the bowler for a six over long off, Warner gave a simple catch to Pollard at the boundary.
DA Warner c Pollard b Harbhajan Singh 48 (33b)
Over 9 || Score 76/0 (Warner 40; Dhawan 34)
Dhawan is dealing in boundaries at the moment. After hitting one boundary each in the last two overs, the southpaw hit yet another boundary. The big West Indian leaked nine runs.
Over 8 || Score 67/0 (Warner 38; Dhawan 28)
Bhajji back into the attack. After bowling four decent balls, sloppy fielding by Krunal gave Dhawan another boundary. Six came from the over.
Over 7 || Score 61/0 (Warner 37; Dhawan 23)
Hardik Pandya into the attack for the first time. Can he break this partnership? Dhawan collected his 2nd boundary of the match off the 4th ball. Another expensive over for Mumbai, as the bowler conceded ten runs.
Over 6 || Score 51/0 (Warner 37; Dhawan 13)
McClenaghan with his 2nd over. Third ball was dispatched by Warner towards long of for a boundary. Next ball was again hit for a boundary by the Australian, this time towards points. The pacer leaked 11 runs. Hyderabad crossed the 50-run mark.
Over 5 || Score 40/0 (Warner 28; Dhawan 11)
Jasprit Bumrah started off his over with a boundary, which came from Warner's willow. But after that he made an excellent comeback as he conceded mere six runs from the over.
Over 4 || Score 34/0 (Warner 23; Dhawan 10)
Spin into the attack as Harbhajan Singh has come to bowl. Warner is no mood to give any respect to the veteran offie. He hit a six and a boundary off his first four balls. 11 came from the over.
Over 3 || Score 23/0 (Warner 12; Dhawan 10)
Southee to continue. This time the Kiwi proved a bit expensive as he gave nine runs in it. Mumbai are still waiting for their first breakthrough.
Over 2 || Score 14/0 (Warner 6; Dhawan 7)
McClenaghan to bowl the over. Last ball was pulled by Dhawan towards fine leg boundary for a four. Once again seven came from the over.
Over 1 || Score 7/0 (Warner 5; Dhawan 1)
Tim Southee to bowl the first over as Warner and Dhawan have come to open the innings for Hyderabad. First ball was gentle loosener and Warner cut it towards point region for a boundary. Dhawan too opened his account with a single. Seven came from the over.
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Mumbai skipper Rohit Sharma has won the TOSS and decoded to bowl first. No changes in both the teams.
Welcome to out live updates of the Indian Premier League's 37th match, which is being played between Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad in Visakhapatnam.
The last time the two teams faced each other on April 18, it was the Sunrisers who had the last laugh by registering a seven-wicket win with 15 balls to spare and the Mumbai side will be itching for a revenge when they meet their rivals.
Both Mumbai and Hyderabad have been driven by the batting prowess of their respective skippers Rohit Sharma and David Warner, who have proven to be the run-machines for their teams with a total of 383 runs and 410 runs respectively so far in IPL-9.
Mumbai Indians: Rohit Sharma (C), Parthiv Patel, Hardik Pandya, Jos Buttler, Mitchell McClenaghan, Ambati Rayudu, Kieron Pollard, Harbhajan Singh, Jagadeesha Suchith, Tim Southee, Jasprit Bumrah, Shreyas Gopal, R Vinay Kumar, Corey Anderson, Unmukht Chand, Marchant de Lange, Siddhesh Lad, Kishore Kamath, Krunal Pandya, Deepak Punia, Nitish Rana, Jitesh Sharma, Nathu Singh, Akshay Wakhare, Martin Guptill.
Sunrisers Hyderabad: David Warner (capt), Ashish Reddy, Ricky Bhui, Bipul Sharma, Trent Boult, Ben Cutting, Shikhar Dhawan, Moises Henriques, Deepak Hooda, Siddarth Kaul, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Abhimanyu Midtun, Eoin Morgan, Mustafizur Rahman, Ashish Mehra, Naman Ojha, Vijay Shanker, Karn Sharma, Barinder Sran, T Suman, Aditya Tare, Kane Williamson and Yuvraj Singh.