Mumbai Indians players celebrate the dismissal of Sunrisers Hyderabad player Shakib Al Hasan. In the very first ball, Hooda hit a six. A wide and three singles reduced it to one needed off the final delivery.
A slap to the extra cover boundary off his first delivery set the tone for yet another dominating knock.
They had restricted Rajasthan Royals to just 125-9 in the previous match to set up a comfortable victory for the side. This triggered a sensational collapse. With Manish Pandey and Dhawan at the crease, surely SRH could cruise to victory. There were nerves in the Sunrisers camp now, and Shakib had them biting off their fingernails when he chopped on.
Bumrah was on a hat-trick after dismissing Yusuf Pathan and Rashid, then Mustafizur struck twice in the penultimate over. His over to Kieron Pollard where he played trick or treat with the big Trinidadian was an example of just why the Afghani is the best in the business presently. His modus operandi was simple: varying his length to cutters.
Sandeep Sharma (2/25 in 4 overs) proved to be a like-for-like replacement with his incisive swing bowling while Siddarth Kaul (2/29 in 4 overs) was once again impressive.
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As the old saying in cricket goes, low-scoring games are not that boring and one-sided.
"We were very much happy with the first innings". He was clean bowled by Kaul. He may not send the speed guns cranking, but is capable of hurrying the batsmen with his skid. Lewis, who was seen in rhythm, was playing very well, but in the over of Siddharth Kaul, Lewis also made a bold move, and Luis scored a superb 29 off 17 balls in which two sixes were included. Earlier, Mumbai was put into bat and finished with 8-147.
During Hyderabad's chase, Nandan, after 6 overs, announced the teams to take their strategic time-out when the ball, accidentally thrown by a fielder from the deep hit him straight on his head. With Pathan gone, it was time for the bowlers to turn batsmen. Surya's partnership continued with Ben Cutting for 23 runs but soon Rashid Khan got the wicket of the Australian all-rounder.
Sure the format demands belligerence, but Mumbai bordered between over-aggression and recklessness. Sandeep, who replaced Bhuvneshwar, troubled the visiting skipper who was dropped by Deepak Hooda at mid-wicket in the fourth ball. Add to it Rashid Khan's fast leg-breaks and googlies are still a mystery for most batsmen while Shakib Al Hasan with his orthodox left-arm spin is miserly on most days. That wasn't to be.