In the end, it was Jason Roy's innings which headlined DD's remarkable win against the defending champions.
Hyderabad (SRH) displayed another good performance as they beat Kolkata (KKR) by five wickets to register their third successive win and maintain their top position in the 2018 IPL standings on Saturday. But now we have played three and won one.
Batting first at the Wankhede, the Indians racked up runs at quite the pace.
Narine was exceptional against SRH on Saturday, conceding just 17 runs in four overs and also taking the timely wickets of Wriddhiman Saha, who looked good for his 15-ball 24 and in-form Shikhar Dhawan (7).
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While their five-wicket defeat to Mahendra Singh Dhoni's CSK in a nail-biting game was more down to misfortune, SRH rolled over the purple brigade with bat and ball barring the 12 overs from KKR's spinners which made the modest chase of 139 look hard. Winning the toss, DD captain Gautam Gambhir chose to bowl first. Yadav completed his fifty before returning to the dugout as he scored 53 runs off 32 balls with 7 fours and a six, while Lewis scored 48 runs off 28 balls hitting 4 fours and 4 sixes. "The comeback was wonderful by the bowlers and hopefully we keep continuing doing the same things", said local lad Shreyas Iyer who scored a modest 20-ball 27 on the night but more importantly held fort at one end as Jason Roy (91*) steered the visitors to victory. With 11 needed off the last over, he had smashed Bangladesh's Mustafizur Rahman over cover for four and swung him backward of square for six.
The 19-year-old Ishan Kishan scored a rapid 44 off 23 balls, but his dismissal in the 16th over hurt Mumbai. But Kieron Pollard brought MI back into the game with a stunning diving catch at long-off as Pant went back to the pavilion with the visitors at 119/2. Glenn Maxwell made a quick-fire 13 from six deliveries, but a brilliant outfield catch by Hardik Pandya got the better of the Aussie allrounder. Daredevils batsman Shreyas Iyer said they were expecting a target of around 220 and were obviously happy to be going after 195 instead. Rishabh Pant stepped in at No.3 and complemented Roy. Roy-Pant were dominating the Mumbai bowlers with Hardik Pandya, Akila Dananjaya and Mayank Markande being hit all over the park. Some quick wickets at the back end restricted the home side, but it was those at the top who contributed the lion's share, the opening trio combining for 75 per cent of Mumbai's total score. They batted really well and did not give us a chance in first 10-12 overs.
Iyer, who remained unbeaten on 27 off 20 balls, said that the shuffle in the batting order did not affect him much.