2nd Test,
West Indies tour of Zimbabwe, 2017, Bulawayo

Zimbabwe vs Windies

29 October 2017 13:00 (IST)

47th Match, Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam, 15 May 2016

Mumbai vs Delhi

Delhi 2nd Inn:126/10 (19.1)

Shahbaz Nadeem 1 (5);
Krunal Pandya* 2.1-0-15-2; Jasprit Bumrah 4-0-13-3;

Last bat: Zaheer Khan

Result: Mumbai won by 80 runs.

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Delhi Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Mayank Agarwal b Vinay 8 5 0 1 160
Quinton de Kock(wk) c J Buttler & b Krunal Pandya 40 28 4 2 142.86
Karun Nair c Bumrah & b Harbhajan 8 8 1 0 100
Sanju Samson runout (Krunal Pandya) 6 11 0 0 54.55
Rishabh Pant b Bumrah 23 17 2 1 135.29
Jean-Paul Duminy c J Buttler & b Bumrah 9 9 1 0 100
Chris Morris runout (J Buttler) 20 16 2 1 125
Amit Mishra b Bumrah 1 5 0 0 20
Shahbaz Nadeem not out 1 5 0 0 20
Imran Tahir runout (Vinay) 5 7 1 0 71.43
Zaheer Khan(c) b Krunal Pandya 2 4 0 0 50
             
Extras(b - 1, lb - 1, w - 1, nb - 0)3
Total(126 all out in 19.1 overs)126 (6.57 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/11 (Mayank Agarwal, 1.3 ov.) 2/46 (Karun Nair, 4.4 ov.) 3/60 (Sanju Samson, 7.5 ov.)
4/71 (Quinton de Kock, 9.2 ov.) 5/96 (Jean-Paul Duminy, 12.5 ov.) 6/96 (Rishabh Pant, 12.6 ov.)
7/109 (Amit Mishra, 15.3 ov.) 8/118 (Chris Morris, 16.4 ov.) 9/123 (Imran Tahir, 18 ov.)
10/126 (Zaheer Khan, 19.1 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Harbhajan Singh 4 0 34 1 8.5  
Vinay Kumar 4 0 33 1 8.25  
Mitchell McClenaghan 4 0 26 0 6.5  
Jasprit Bumrah 4 0 13 3 3.25  
Krunal Pandya 2.1 0 15 2 6.91 (1w)
Nitish Rana 1 0 3 0 3  
               

Mumbai Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Rohit Sharma(c) c Rishabh Pant & b A Mishra 31 21 1 3 147.62
Martin Guptill c Nair & b Zaheer 48 42 2 3 114.29
Krunal Pandya b C Morris 86 37 7 6 232.43
Kieron Pollard c de Kock & b C Morris 3 6 0 0 50
Jos Buttler(wk) not out 18 9 2 1 200
Ambati Rayudu not out 13 5 1 1 260
Nitish Rana dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Harbhajan Singh dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Vinay Kumar dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Mitchell McClenaghan dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Jasprit Bumrah dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 4, lb - 2, w - 1, nb - 0)7
Total(206 for 4 in 20 overs)206 (10.3 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/46 (Rohit Sharma, 6.3 ov.) 2/144 (Martin Guptill, 14.5 ov.) 3/173 (Krunal Pandya, 17.2 ov.)
4/174 (Kieron Pollard, 17.5 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Shahbaz Nadeem 4 0 42 0 10.5  
Chris Morris 4 0 34 2 8.5  
Zaheer Khan (c) 4 0 23 1 5.75 (1w)
Amit Mishra 4 0 42 1 10.5  
Imran Tahir 4 0 59 0 14.75  
               
All|Overs 1-50
6

to M Agarwal, SIX, Agarwal shows his aggressive intent by using the slog-sweep to a quicker delivery to clear the deep backward square leg boundary

W

to M Agarwal, out Bowled!! is pumped up as he comes back into the side and straightaway chugs down his Karnataka team-mate Agarwal. Nothing but a back of a length that was slanted in, Agarwal tries to dab it to third man with an angled bat and chops it onto the pitch and then it rattles the stumps. It might have hit the bat harder than Agarwal expected it to. M Agarwal b 8(5) [6s-1]

6

to de Kock, SIX, shorter in length, de Kock rocks back and pulls it over deep square leg. did bend his back on that one, but de Kock gave him the fitting riposte

4

to de Kock, FOUR, that was a mind-blowing strike by de Kock. Length delivery and angling down leg, de Kock uses the pick up shot and it zoots away to the backward square leg fence

6

to de Kock, SIX, again drifts it down leg, de Kock brings out the pick-up shot and it clears the deep backward square leg boundary. The crack of the willow against the leather gave an inkling that it came right off the screws. He is in the mood. He has those fast hands and that makes it very difficult to bowl to him

4

to de Kock, FOUR, fuller length delivery and outside off, de Kock crunches the drive and it just vrooms away to the boundary boards

4

to de Kock, FOUR, de Kock is playing an innings, where he is twinning sweetness and power. Short and wide delivery, de Kock flashes at it to the sweeper cover boundary. Despite Pollard putting in a dive and looking to get the ball back into play, he can't succeed in his endeavour. The TV umpire confirms the same

4

to Nair, FOUR, Nair saunters down the track, takes it on the half volley and drills it down the ground. Lovely strike by Nair

W

to Nair, out Caught by Bumrah!! Now, why would you try to lap it around the corner, when you can land powerful blows down the ground? Perplexing from Nair. Slower through the air from , Nair tries to use the lap shot and finds Bumrah at short fine. Nair c Bumrah b 8(8) [4s-1]

4

to de Kock, FOUR, de Kock camps back and cracks the cut to the deep backward point boundary. He is using the depth of the crease supebly to the spinner

W

Pandya to de Kock, out Samson Run Out!! Samson has the habit of being involved in terrible mix-ups. Here, too, he is prised out on the back of a run-out. de Kock slaps it to Harbhajan at backward point, who swoops down on the ball quickly and fires in a throw at the bowler's end, where gets behind the sticks and takes the bails off. By then, Samson was half way down the pitch and had no chance of getting back. Samson run out (Harbhajan/ Pandya) 6(11)

6

to Rishabh Pant, SIX, Pant dances down the track, gets it on the half-volley and lifts it down the ground. Despite Pollard looking to get towards the ball, it clears the fence

W

Pandya to de Kock, out Caught by Buttler!! de Kock is befuddled as he has been chugged down. Maybe it did not take the edge there. Even in the game against HYD, he was given out when he had not edged it. While he was walking back to the dug-out, he was basically talking to himself that he was wrongly given out twice in this T20 League. Pandya bowls it outside off, de Kock tries to dab it to short third man. de Kock perhaps believes that his bat hit the keeper's gloves. I think that is the sound the umpire heard. de Kock c Buttler b Pandya 40(28) [4s-4 6s-2]

4

Pandya to Rishabh Pant, FOUR, flatter delivery and outside off, Pant drills it to deep extra cover. Much needed four for DEL

4

Pandya to Rishabh Pant, FOUR, short in length, Pant stays back and cuts it to deep backward point. It came off the outside edge

4

to Duminy, FOUR, backs away to make room for the angle in and flogs this fuller delivery with a drive through long-off. Switch back round the wicket already

W

to Duminy, out Caught by Buttler!! That top-edge jetted up, Buttler called for it, feared not holding on to it, catches and then lies flat on his back in relief. That high. Duminy shimmied down the track, cleverly pulled the length back but Duminy was not holding back. Swung across the line to try his luck which obviously ditched him. Duminy c Buttler b 9(9) [4s-1]

W

to Rishabh Pant, out Bowled!! , ! Angles this away on a length but doesn't go too kind with the width. Keeps Pant cramped who swivels into a premeditated short-arm pull and chops it onto the stumps. Umpire check the no ball and millions of replays later, it's concurred that 's front leg had an iota behind the line. Rishabh Pant b 23(17) [4s-2 6s-1]

4

to C Morris, FOUR, wow. Skips out to see the length shortened and flat-bats the pull off the front foot over mid-on. One bounce and into awesome zones

4

to C Morris, FOUR, now that, for a change, was not intentional. This time the shimmy cramps him for room, the short ball rises up awkwardly high and the attempted flat-batted pull is spliced through third man. Good enough, Morris would say

W

to Mishra, out Bowled!! That was through before Mishra's mind could fancy a shot. Wobbles the seam on a length, gets it to cut away. Mishra was standing down leg, looks for a run-down to third man but the ball whizzes past the toe-end and downs the off-stump. Mishra b 1(5)

6

to C Morris, SIX, that was "cool". No other way to put it. Gets a short ball with some venom, puts on a jet pack and hops high. And then arches his back to manufacture power on the upper cut over deep cover. The fielder there was standing deep, arches back but it was wooded well

W

to C Morris, out C Morris Run Out!! 1 run completed. Now he perishes. Gets ambitious as he clips one to backward square leg and aims for a couple. Calls for it, runs to the danger end and falls short. The throw is quick and flat and killing. C Morris run out (Rayudu/Buttler) 20(16) [4s-2 6s-1]

4

to Tahir, FOUR, okay, that's karma for me. This is a good shot. Gets a drivable ball and lofts it over a near vacant infield to the deep cover fence

W

to Tahir, out Tahir Run Out!! Mistimes a pull shot to mid-on, the fielder comes running in and cuts Tahir's slow-legged jog of a desperate run short. No referral upstairs..that clear. Tahir run out (Vinay) 5(7) [4s-1]

W

Pandya to Zaheer, out Bowled!! Third biggest T20 League win for Mumbai. They are alive and breathing! What a win this, what a big win this and what a way for this match to end. Pandya, the subtle Pandya sibling, stretches his moment of glory with this wicket. Loops this up on a length, gets it to turn past the face of the closing bat and crashes into the off-stump. Zaheer b Pandya 2(4)

4

Nadeem to Rohit, FOUR, and Rohit repond with a four. Kneel, doen't allow the ball to do much and help thi pitched up delivery over mid-wicket with a weep

6

Nadeem to Rohit, IX, Gavakar' "ye, ye" itinerary could teach counting to the kid here. Not that good a hot to be honet. hort, ye, but not much and Rohit loft it over deep extra cover. Opened the bat face well there to cover up the turn. Okay, it wa a good hot

6

Morris to Guptill, SIX, that's surreal. That takes real power! Morris bowled it short, Guptill was initially looking to harge but then holds himself and makes tennis look mundane with a flat-batter hammer over deep extra over

6

Morris to Rohit, SIX, that's been bullied like a high shool nerd! A front foot pull, an you believe? Perhaps reads the length early like a psyhi and flat-bats the pull over long-on. Yes, long-on

6

Nadeem to Rohit, IX, ah, that' been boomed away! Get it on the ideal length to weep, kneel down before you could ay Jack Robinon and wind it over deep quare leg

W

to Rohit, out Caught by Rishabh Pant!! The Rohit Sharma theorem needs a rework. It's a mediocre legbreak turning away, ironically giving Rohit the width to cut and he finds Rishabh Pant with it. And that's a good catch. Dives head-first and pouches it at backward point. Ravi Shastri gives his verdict on air as the third umpire struggles in his cobweb of replays and zoomers. Then concurs with Waz's Shaz and sends the mathematicians into a tizzy. Rohit c Rishabh Pant b 31(21) [4s-1 6s-3]

4

to Guptill, FOUR, that's bliss. Too good a shot to bring the fifty up. Overpitched legbreak, Guptill had the front foot stride to pummel it and does so with an inside-out loft over long-off. You should have seen that ball sail over the fielder

4

to Guptill, FOUR, this ball deserved this misfield. Let me be very brutal. Short and wide, Guptill opens his bat on the cut and gets it past a fumbling and struggling Zaheer at backward point

6

to Krunal Pandya, SIX, wrong 'un again and this sees the stars! Shuffles across, uses the fuller length to its full advantage and launches it over long-on

4

to Krunal Pandya, FOUR, Tahir misses his 'slap' attempt to field that at cow corner. This was clobbered cross-batted by Pandya again, Tahir spots it late I think, has to let out a sprint and ends up fanning the air as the ball ricochets well in front of him

4

to Krunal Pandya, FOUR, that's courageous. And powerful. Shuffles across to make room for this fullish googly and powers this loft with lots of bottom hand. Over extra cover and it zoots to the fences (hot wheels)

4

to Krunal Pandya, FOUR, Pandya is displaying heavy layers of skill today. Fuller length delivery and zeroing in on the stumps, Pandya lifts it into the downtown territories. It rockets to the fence

OT

Nadeem to Krunal Pandya, 1 run, the tand between the pair now i worth 50 run. Pandya take it on the full and drill it to long-on

6

to Guptill, SIX, is Guptill using a bazooka or a willow? The googly from , Guptill sits on one knee and slog-sweeps it to over long-on. He picked that googly quite easily

6

to Guptill, SIX, Guptill is firing on all cylinders now. He makes a touch of room and lofts it over long-off. It cleared the fence with utmost ease

6

to Krunal Pandya, SIX, this is turning out to be a great over for MUM. Pandya just plonks his front foot and pulverises it straight down the ground

4

to Krunal Pandya, FOUR, Pandya applies the finishing touches to what can be a game-changing over for MUM by bringing out the lofted drive to extra cover. 23 runs came from that over

4

Nadeem to Krunal Pandya, FOUR, with a dah of royal flourih, Pandya burie a puhed through delivery to the long-on fence. The fielder in the deep had no chance of topping that

6

Nadeem to Krunal Pandya, IX, oh boy! Pandya ha packed a punch with a flurry of crackerjack hot. He reache hi fifty in tyle with a maximum. No wonder, MUM' tar-tudded cricketer in the dug-out tand up and applaud hi effort. The fifty came in a mere 22 ball, too. Coming back to the hot, Pandya jut butchered a flatter delivery over the deep mid-wicket boundary

4

to Krunal Pandya, FOUR, boomed! pounds it short, Pandya pulls it to the mid-wicket boundary. He fetched it from outside off and yet got it somewhere near the middle of the bat

4

to Guptill, byes, FOUR, well, not much going right for DEL. looks for the yorker, but loses his radar and bowls a full toss, Guptill makes room and tries to hammer it through the off-side, but does not make the connection. The ball bounces awkwardly on de Kock and he can't collect it cleanly. It runs away for four byes

W

to Guptill, out Caught by Nair!! Guptill's fine hand comes to an end. He played with composure, sprinkled with some eye-catching shots. Guptill attempted to clobber a full toss over long-off, but got it off the toe-end. Karun ran in from long-off and took a good running catch with both hands. Guptill's bat also turned in his hands and that did not help his cause. Guptill c Nair b 48(42) [4s-2 6s-3]

4

to Krunal Pandya, FOUR, drifting down leg and gets the deserved punishment. Pandya sits on one knee and sweeps it to the deep backward square leg fence

6

to Krunal Pandya, SIX, Pandya is taking the oppostion ranks to the cleaners. In fact, DEL's field placements have been reduced to a state of lottery. Pandya plants his front foot and cracks it straight down the ground and it goes all the way

6

to Krunal Pandya, SIX, another maximum. This is ridiculous hitting from Pandya. Flatter delivery and on the stumps, Pandya slogs it over the deep mid-wicket boundary. He picked the bones out of that delivery

6

to Krunal Pandya, SIX, there was a time, when pulling with a vertical bat was almost considered impossible. However, in modern times, batsmen are fearless. Shortish and outside off, Pandya pulls it over mid-wicket and it clears the fence

W

Morris to Krunal Pandya, out Bowled!! Morris does the trik for DEL. Fuller length delivery and outside off, Pandya tries to hammer it aross the line and gets an inside edge onto his stumps. It brings to an end Pandya's pyrotehnis. The great man, Tendulkar, pats Krunal as he makes his way bak to the hut. Krunal Pandya b Morris 86(37) [4s-7 6s-6]

W

Morris to Pollard, out aught by de Kok!! Pollard does not usually try fany shots behind the wiket. However, this time, he looks to soop and gets it off the toe-end and de Kok, the keeper, runs aross to snaffle it. Pollard de Kok b Morris 3(6)

4

Morris to Buttler, FOUR, brute fore by the Lanastrain - Buttler. He baks away and buthers a fuller length delivery to the deep bakward point fene. When he hits, it stays hit

4

to Rayudu, FOUR, now, Rayudu has decided to put up an exhibition of power-hitting. Flatter delivery from , Rayudu slog-sweeps it to the deep mid-wicket boundary. The fielder in the deep runs across, but to no avail

6

to Rayudu, SIX, Rayudu again sits on one knee and slog-sweeps it over the deep mid-wicket boundary. This time, it goes all the way. In the slog overs, MUM have explored every nook and cranny of the ground

4

Morris to Buttler, FOUR, another full delivery from Morris, Buttler aims to pulverise it down the ground and gets an outside edge to third man. Morris bowled that one from wide of the rease

6

Morris to Buttler, SIX, Buttler finishes the innings in style by tonking a fuller length delivery over long-on. It was raked with a mighty swing by Buttler

Mumbai

 Rohit Sharma (c) Martin Guptill  Ambati Rayudu
 Jos Buttler (wk) Krunal Pandya  Nitish Rana
 Kieron Pollard  Harbhajan Singh  Vinay Kumar
 Mitchell McClenaghan  Jasprit Bumrah  Jerome Taylor
 Corey Anderson  Akshay Wakhare  Shreyas Gopal
 Marchant de Lange  Siddhesh Lad  Suchith
 Hardik Pandya  Jitesh Sharma  Deepak Punia
 Nathu Singh  Kishore Kamath  Parthiv Patel
 Unmukt Chand  Tim Southee   
           

Delhi

 Quinton de Kock (wk) Mayank Agarwal  Karun Nair
 Sanju Samson  Rishabh Pant  Jean-Paul Duminy
 Chris Morris  Shahbaz Nadeem  Amit Mishra
 Zaheer Khan (c) Imran Tahir  Sam Billings
 Pawan Negi  Pawan Suyal  Carlos Brathwaite
 Akhil Herwadkar  Chama Milind  Shreyas Iyer
 Pratyush Singh  Mahipal Lomror  Khaleel Ahmed
 Nathan Coulter-Nile  Mohammed Shami  Jayant Yadav
      
           
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