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Mumbai vs Punjab

Punjab 2nd Inn:127/3 (17)

Murali Vijay* 54 (52);Gurkeerat Singh Mann 6 (4);
Mitchell McClenaghan* 3-0-24-2; Tim Southee 4-0-22-1;

Last bat: Glenn Maxwell

Result: Punjab won by 7 wkts.

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Punjab Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Murali Vijay(c) not out 54 52 5 1 103.85
Hashim Amla lbw Southee 0 5 0 0 0
Wriddhiman Saha(wk) b McClenaghan 56 40 6 1 140
Glenn Maxwell c K Pollard & b McClenaghan 0 1 0 0 0
Gurkeerat Singh Mann not out 6 4 1 0 150
David Miller dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Marcus Stoinis dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Axar Patel dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Mohit Sharma dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
KC Cariappa dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Sandeep Sharma dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 4, lb - 3, w - 4, nb - 0)11
Total(127 for 3 in 17 overs)127 (7.47 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/1 (Hashim Amla, 0.6 ov.) 2/117 (Wriddhiman Saha, 15.4 ov.) 3/118 (Glenn Maxwell, 15.5 ov.)
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Tim Southee 4 0 22 1 5.5 (1w)
Mitchell McClenaghan 3 0 24 2 8 (2w)
Krunal Pandya 4 0 32 0 8  
Jasprit Bumrah 2 0 13 0 6.5 (1w)
Harbhajan Singh 4 0 29 0 7.25  
               

Mumbai Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Rohit Sharma(c) b Axar 15 24 1 0 62.5
Unmukt Chand c Gurkeerat Singh & b Mohit Sharma 0 4 0 0 0
Ambati Rayudu b Sandeep Sharma 0 3 0 0 0
Nitish Rana c W Saha & b M Stoinis 25 28 0 3 89.29
Jos Buttler(wk) c Gurkeerat Singh & b M Stoinis 9 10 1 0 90
Kieron Pollard b M Stoinis 27 20 0 3 135
Krunal Pandya c Axar & b M Stoinis 19 12 1 1 158.33
Harbhajan Singh not out 14 10 1 1 140
Tim Southee c Gurkeerat Singh & b Mohit Sharma 1 3 0 0 33.33
Mitchell McClenaghan c D Miller & b Sandeep Sharma 4 4 1 0 100
Jasprit Bumrah not out 2 2 0 0 100
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 6, w - 2, nb - 0)8
Total(124 for 9 in 20 overs)124 (6.2 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/7 (Unmukt Chand, 1.6 ov.) 2/8 (Ambati Rayudu, 2.5 ov.) 3/36 (Rohit Sharma, 8.5 ov.)
4/47 (Nitish Rana, 10.4 ov.) 5/61 (Jos Buttler, 13.3 ov.) 6/103 (Krunal Pandya, 16.4 ov.)
7/103 (Kieron Pollard, 16.5 ov.) 8/104 (Tim Southee, 17.2 ov.) 9/114 (Mitchell McClenaghan, 18.3 ov.)
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Sandeep Sharma 4 0 11 2 2.75  
Mohit Sharma 4 0 26 2 6.5 (1w)
Axar Patel 4 0 30 1 7.5  
Marcus Stoinis 4 0 15 4 3.75  
KC Cariappa 4 0 36 0 9 (1w)
               
All|Overs 1-50
W

to Amla, out Lbw!! Amla goes for a duck. What a blow for Punjab. Was it a bit high? The umpire does not think so. went wide of the crease and angled it into Amla, who went back to play it but missed the line, was rapped just above the knee roll. The Mumbai fielders went up in appeal and the umpire did not disappoint them. The start which Mumbai needed, has given them. Amla lbw b 0(5)

4

to Vijay, FOUR, this time the bounce decided to help Vijay, there was a bit of width on offer, enough that was. Vijay rocked back and cut it past backward point with ease. Well played indeed, some timing

4

to W Saha, FOUR, commentators curse work the other way as well. This time Saha finds the gap past mid-off, he deserved that, the world is not so cruel, a well-timed off drive on a length delivery should go for fours

4

to Vijay, FOUR, now where did this come from? Short ball and Vijay was ready for it, the fine leg was inside the ring and Vijay helped the pull over him

4

to Vijay, FOUR, give him a dollar for that. Majestic this was. Could have been timed better but as long as it goes to the fence it should not hurt anyone. Touch short and angled across Vijay, he waited and caressed it through the covers with ease

4

Pandya to W Saha, FOUR, short ball and Saha is not missing out, went back and pulled it over mid-wicket. One bounce over the ropes there

4

to Vijay, byes, FOUR, what was that. Looped and turned in, beat the batsman and then the keeper, missed everything and raced to the fine leg fence

OT

to Vijay, 2 runs, Vijay clips it with the turn, was not away from the fielder at leg-slip, rolled away towards fine leg

4

Pandya to Vijay, FOUR, oh! All of a sudden, Vijay decides to clear his front leg and then thumps it over the bowler's head. We need these, otherwise this has been a diazepam dose

OT

to W Saha, 1 run, what an awful throw, Rohit was the fielder, Saha nudged to mid-wicket and sent off. Vijay was that quick, a good throw and Vijay would have been gone for sure

4

to W Saha, FOUR, this will do for sure. This was a back of a length and Saha picked it up over deep mid-wicket, one bounce over the ropes. They have to take on the pacers and they are doing so. Smart cricket from the Punjab duo

6

to W Saha, SIX, what did I tell you? He is not afraid, used his feet and then chipped it, did not try to hit it hard, timed it so well that it cleared the long-off fence with ease

4

to W Saha, FOUR, this has been swept well, very well. Gets it away from short fine and just in the gap to beat a dive from the deep backward sqaure leg fielder as well

6

Pandya to Vijay, SIX, surprise, surprise! Vijay clears his front leg and then flogs it over deep mid-wicket, had a lot of mass behind it

4

Pandya to Vijay, FOUR, Pandya was forced to bowl it short, that is what Vijay wanted. Rocked back and then pulled it through mid-wicket, the ball raced along the turf

OT

Pandya to W Saha, 2 runs, this is Virat-Dhoni like, Saha uses his feet and then chips it to the right of the bowler, towards long-on. Before Pollard could come in, Saha was back with two in the bag

4

to W Saha, FOUR, what a good shot to bring up his fifty. Moves to the leg-side and then lofts it over extra cover. The bottom hand came off his bat while executing the shot, but that does not matter, it was timed really well

OT

to Vijay, 2 runs, shortish ball that was angled across Vijay, he dabbed in front of point and set off. An overthrow at the bowler's end, allowed an extra run. In fact, appealed for a run-out, but since the stumps were broken by a direct hit, it was too tedious to uproot the stump and catch Saha short. Green light flashes on screen

4

to W Saha, FOUR, short ball and Saha pulls it, was not in complete control but will fetch a four to the fine leg fence

W

to W Saha, out Bowled!! Too late to even celebrate. Saha has done his job, slower short ball and Saha wants to pull it, gets an inside edge that crashes on the stumps. Time-out. And why has this been taken? I don't know. Delaying the inevitable, some people take this seriously for sure. W Saha b 56(40) [4s-6 6s-1]

W

to Maxwell, out Caught by Pollard!! Wow Maxwell! Why did you come to bat? If you did not want to bat, you could have denied the offer to hit the winning shot. Jokes apart! Length ball on the stumps, Maxwell wants to go over the fielder at mid-on, hits it off the toe end of the bat to Pollard for an easy one at mid-on. Maxwell c Pollard b 0(1)

4

to Gurkeerat Singh, FOUR, let's get this done! Enough of those slips and shortlegs, lofts this fullish delivery over the bowler's head. The ball crosses the long-on fence in no time. Vijay is congratulated by McClenaghan as the players walk out. This win spices things up. Oh, T20 League!

4

Sharma to Rohit, FOUR, that's a lovely ball to start but alas! Gets the inswing going but fails to put the reins on it. Slides it on the pads and Rohit tickles him through a vacant fine leg

W

Sharma to Chand, out Caught by Gurkeerat Singh!! That's a tame, tame way to go and he gets a duck on his comeback. Having teased him with a back of a length delivery last ball, Sharma keeps it shortish in length. The ball jags away again, Chand looks to fetch it with a whip over mid-on. But the ball gets high on him, cuts away more than he anticipated and he ends up chipping it uppishly to the fielder he wanted to clear. Chand c Gurkeerat Singh b Sharma 0(4)

W

Sharma to Rayudu, out Bowled!! Blow me down! Who said needs a slip? Gets this vicious inswinger going, Rayudu looks for a caressing drive through covers and leaves a gap large enough for the ball to sneak through. The middle stump's on the ground.. Rayudu b Sharma 0(3)

6

Sharma to Nitish Rana, SIX, that's a poor man's followup delivery! Why on earth would you bowl it short after THAT ball? Still does and sees a swivelling pull picked up over deep backward square leg

6

to Nitish Rana, SIX, boomed away! Was on his front foot early, had the broom of a bat ready and sweeps it over deep mid-wicket

W

to Rohit, out Bowled!! That's ugly! fires this one on off, gets it to hold a touch as Rohit looks for the cross-batted swipe. Is early into it and the ball slides on to peg the off-stump back! Big wicket will be an understatement. How will MUM's middle order fare tonight? Rohit b 15(24) [4s-1]

6

to Nitish Rana, SIX, wow. has been outwitted. Looks to tease Rana by turning it away but Rana was ready. Goes with the turn away and lofts it over extra cover

W

to Nitish Rana, out Caught by W Saha!! That's a lovely catch from Saha! Rana looks to punish a full ball with a flogging drive, is defeated by the bounce and ekes out an outside edge that travels back at ultrasonic speed. Saha spots it, was left-footed and rubbers his torso with a dive to pouch it. Nitish Rana c W Saha b 25(28) [6s-3]

4

to Buttler, FOUR, will put it as half-deliberate. Sees the arm-ball zip in but the less venom on it allowed Buttler to slide across and eke out an outside edge on his attempted glide to third man. The ball was well wide of the lone slipper and gives him a four

4

to Pollard, leg byes, FOUR, was there some bat? No. Gets a yucky short of length delivery sliding down, turns around but fails to get the bat on the tickle but the pads are good enough

W

to Buttler, out Caught by Gurkeerat Singh!! One...two...three! Gurkeerat Singh Mann takes it finally and sports a big smile. And this was a very sharp delivery from - follows a backing away Buttler with a full ball, the batsman still goes for the lofted drive but was too cramped for room to usher in the power. Mistimed to long-off where Gurkeerat lets the catch pop out the first time, recovers to catch it again but sees himself going over the long-off fence. Then come the acrobatics - throws it in the air as he steps out and hops back in to re-re-repouch it. Buttler c Gurkeerat Singh b 9(10) [4s-1]

6

to Pollard, SIX, bazinga! He can bowl the offbreak and legbreak but none effective enough when Pollard swings. Brings the bat down and clobbers it over long-on. Bat speed there, you ask? 143ks

6

to Pollard, SIX, ten thousand thundering typhoons. Has there even been a more carnivorous clip? Was backing away, gets a ball sliding in to cut the room and Pollard just wrists it over long-on nonchalantly

6

to Krunal Pandya, SIX, yes. Desperation ushers dramatics. And he's inducted it from Pollard. Swipes his bat and deposits the ball over long-on. What a hit!

6

to Pollard, SIX, measure the wood there. Measure the wood on Pollard's bat. This was mistimed and this clears the fences comfortably. A slice, can you believe? Wanted to loft over long-on, the turn gets him to slice the loft and the ball still manages to shoot over the fences by a mile

4

to Krunal Pandya, FOUR, 100 up, finally! Tames an attempted yorker length delivery with an open bat and carves it over backward point. Two fielders give the chase, almost coalesce but the ball drops inside the ropes and runs away

W

to Krunal Pandya, out Caught by Axar!! That's perfectly placed to deep mid-wicket. Cutter halfway down, Pandya had to manufacture his own wattage there and fails. Swivels around to pull, top-edges it and now has to walk back. Had the room, had swivelled early but a ramp towards third man might have earned him a longer stay at the crease. Krunal Pandya c Axar b 19(12) [4s-1 6s-1]

W

to Pollard, out Bowled!! You know what, the middle order is evolving in reverse gear. "You miss, I hit" now applies to them too. Does to Pollard here certainly. aims for the top of off-stump with this cutter, Pollard shimmies out with readymade room, swings but fails to connect. is on a hat-trick! Pollard b 27(20) [6s-3]

W

Sharma to Southee, out Caught by Gurkeerat Singh!! Southee has been cheated on here. Fair decision, not to do with the umpire, but with the slowness of this delivery. Southee assumes it to be a simpleton but boy, it was a slowish delivery from back of the hand. Southee lofts, connects well. Could say that he had read the slower delivery too but the lack of pace off the pitch meant that the ball could only carry as far as long-off. Southee c Gurkeerat Singh b Sharma 1(3)

4

Sharma to Harbhajan, FOUR, and he gets one rightaway! Gets the width and slaps a boundary wide of cover-point

4

Sharma to McClenaghan, FOUR, wow. This is deft. Shuffles across with his bat poked in front, allows this low full toss on off to dip and ramps it over short fine leg. The fielder there ducked for cover instead of leaping up to catch it

W

Sharma to McClenaghan, out Caught by D Miller!! Sharma sticks to a very full length outside off, McClenaghan shimmies out trying to loft it over mid-off. Too full a ball to get under it and pops it off the toe-end to Miller. McClenaghan c D Miller b Sharma 4(4) [4s-1]

6

Sharma to Harbhajan, SIX, and this time he waited a nanosecond more. Gobbles up the width not with a cut, but with a horizontal bat clobber over deep mid-wicket. Miller was there, looking to reverse cup but finds the ball swooping over him as the momentum took him over the ropes

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