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22nd Match, Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore, 20 April 2017

KXIP vs MI

Mumbai 2nd Inn:199/2 (15.3)

Nitish Rana 62 (34);Hardik Pandya 15 (4);
Ishant Sharma 4-0-58-0; Mohit Sharma 2.3-0-29-1;

Last bat: Jos Buttler

Result: Mumbai won by 8 wkts.

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Mumbai Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Parthiv Patel(wk) c Maxwell & b Stoinis 37 18 4 2 205.56
Jos Buttler c Maxwell & b Mohit Sharma 77 37 7 5 208.11
Nitish Rana not out 62 34 0 7 182.35
Hardik Pandya not out 15 4 2 1 375
Rohit Sharma(c) dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Kieron Pollard dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Krunal Pandya dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Harbhajan Singh dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Mitchell McClenaghan dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Lasith Malinga dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Jasprit Bumrah dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 3, w - 5, nb - 0)8
Total(199 for 2 in 15.3 overs)199 (12.84 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/81 (Parthiv Patel, 5.5 ov.) 2/166 (Jos Buttler, 13.1 ov.)  
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Sandeep Sharma 3 0 39 0 13 (2w)
Ishant Sharma 4 0 58 0 14.5  
Mohit Sharma 2.3 0 29 1 11.6 (1w)
Marcus Stoinis 2 0 28 1 14 (1w)
Axar Patel 2 0 20 0 10 (1w)
Swapnil Singh 2 0 22 0 11  
               

Punjab Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Hashim Amla not out 104 60 8 6 173.33
Shaun Marsh c Pollard & b McClenaghan 26 21 5 0 123.81
Wriddhiman Saha(wk) b Krunal Pandya 11 15 0 0 73.33
Glenn Maxwell(c) b Bumrah 40 18 4 3 222.22
Marcus Stoinis c Pollard & b McClenaghan 1 3 0 0 33.33
Axar Patel not out 4 5 0 0 80
Gurkeerat Singh Mann dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Swapnil Singh dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Mohit Sharma dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Sandeep Sharma dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Ishant Sharma dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 5, w - 5, nb - 2)12
Total(198 for 4 in 20 overs)198 (9.9 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/46 (Shaun Marsh, 5.5 ov.) 2/80 (Wriddhiman Saha, 10.6 ov.) 3/163 (Glenn Maxwell, 16.3 ov.)
4/166 (Marcus Stoinis, 17.2 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Hardik Pandya 2 0 18 0 9  
Mitchell McClenaghan 4 0 46 2 11.5  
Harbhajan Singh 2 0 12 0 6  
Lasith Malinga 4 0 58 0 14.5 (2w)
Krunal Pandya 4 0 29 1 7.25 (2w)
Jasprit Bumrah 4 0 30 1 7.5 (1w)
               
All|Overs 1-50
6

Sharma to Buttler, SIX, easy as! That's just a flick off the wrists and the ball has flown away over mid-wicket. A little shimmy down the pitch from Buttler to get close to the ball, picks it away with sumptuous timing. He's been lukewarm so far in the T20 League. Can tonight be the night?

4

to Buttler, FOUR, steers the ball through point for four. Good length ball outside off, Buttler's feet don't move a lot as he opens the bat-face and guides the ball in the gap. The timing stands out again

4

to Parthiv Patel, FOUR, stand and admire! That's a scorching drive. Wow. That's not a half-volley, not even close. But Parthiv still manages to blaze it away on the up. He hit that uppishly but found the gap

4

Sharma to Buttler, FOUR, with the keeper up, Buttler doesn't give the charge. What he does is back away to make room and laces a drive off the stumps through extra-cover. had overpitched there and gets drilled to the boundary

6

Sharma to Buttler, SIX, oh my! PUN won't be liking this. They don't want to run into Buttler on the wrong night. And so far, the signs are ominous. Buttler exposes his stumps again, backs away, and smokes a low full toss over extra-cover. Flat six

6

to Parthiv Patel, SIX, good length ball on leg stump, Parthiv whips it gloriously into the fine leg stands. What a pick up! The runs are flowing for Mumbai

4

to Buttler, FOUR, oh dear, is Miller okay? That burst through his hands and hit him on the head. Luckily, it looks like just a glancing blow. The good length ball was hit ferociously by Buttler and it flew towards extra-cover. Would have taken some catching but Miller would normally back himself

4

to Parthiv Patel, FOUR, wrong lines from , and Parthiv will pick him away from there all day everday. Fullish on the pads, he's been flicked away behind square

4

Sharma to Parthiv Patel, FOUR, there's no stopping the boundaries. bangs it in first ball and he's been ramped over the keeper's head. What a start for Mumbai. They're absolutely flying

4

Sharma to Buttler, FOUR, picks the slower ball and thumps it through extra-cover. Carnage in Indore. It was a back of length off-cutter and somehow Buttler managed to infuse enough power on the drive off the back foot

4

Sharma to Buttler, FOUR, drifts into the pads, and with fine leg up, that's asking for punishment. Buttler duly puts him away to the boundary. Good wristwork

4

Sharma to Buttler, FOUR, 17 off the first over from . I think Maxwell will have to turn to spin. His pacers are disappearing. Slower ball outside off, it's full and in the slot, and Buttler nails him through extra-cover again

6

to Parthiv Patel, SIX, backs away, bangs it in, and Parthiv spanks him off the front foot well in front of square. That's gone all the way. It's just flying off their bats. Amazing timing

4

to Parthiv Patel, FOUR, that's a sizzler! He's absolutely scythed that through point. A little bit of width from , Parthiv adds to it by making some room and slashes it away

W

to Parthiv Patel, out Caught by Maxwell!! Pace off the ball gets Parthiv. It's an off-cutter bowled on a back of length outside off, Parthiv tries to flat-bat it down the ground but he's not in control of the shot and slices it up in the air to mid-off. Relief for Punjab. Parthiv Patel c Maxwell b 37(18) [4s-4 6s-2]

6

to Nitish Rana, SIX, any confirmation needed about what form Rana has been in? Have a look at this. He's pulled that into the stands, making it look so easy. Short of length over leg-stump, that's usually a very awkward line. But Rana's so quick to get outside the line of it and then helps it on its way over fine leg

4

to Buttler, FOUR, sliced in the air, the bat turned on impact there. But Buttler will still get four. He can't do much wrong tonight. Backs away a touch to what was probably a slower ball and is able to place it wide of long-off, the ball turning away from the fielder further after bouncing

OT

to Buttler, 1 run, slid in from round the wicket, Buttler jabs it to the right of long-on and brings up his half-century. Mumbai will hope that this knock gets his season going

6

to Nitish Rana, SIX, fires this well outside off and would have hoped that he's got this out of Rana's reach. But Rana is still able to fetch the slog-sweep comfortably over wide long-on. Amazing shot

6

to Buttler, SIX, that's almost a seam-up delivery from , but he's landed it way too short and Buttler parks him into the crowd. He uses the depth of the crease well and pulls it over mid-wicket

6

to Nitish Rana, SIX, we're into the mode of having fun now. A wide yorker gone wrong. Shortened by a few inches and Rana just leans low, crouches and whacks it down the ground

OT

to Buttler, 1 run, 140kph, and sliced away even faster. Keeps it wide making Buttler stretch every cell of his body in getting close. Does with a square stab. Brings up the 50 between the duo as well

6

Singh to Nitish Rana, SIX, right in the slot. Talk of the pressure of a chase. Mumbai do not seem to understand though. Sinks, buries and slogs it into the night sky. Rows into the cow corner stands

6

Singh to Nitish Rana, SIX, the misery is piled on. This time with the length getting even more horrific. In the form of a rank drag down. A rock back, a swivel and a dispatch off a flat batted mow into the mid-wicket stands

6

Sharma to Buttler, SIX, whoa. Brute. Angry. These bottom hands. These big bats. All in one. Clears his front leg getting it out of the way does Buttler, gets under the friendly length delivery and just jabs it over long-off. The flattest you'd have seen

6

Sharma to Buttler, SIX, a miscue? Does it matter? It continues to fly. More of the sitters from enabling Buttler to get on top of the bounce and he just clobbers it over cow corner. The required run-rate is a mockery now

W

Sharma to Buttler, out Caught by Maxwell!! The misery closes. The carnage is over. Looks for another tonk down the ground in looking to finish this off in a hurry. Just that the bat handle rolls in his palms for a change and the ball doesn't get the distance. A miscued slice flies high up and falls into the palms of mid-off. A knock for the centuries nevertheless. Buttler c Maxwell b Sharma 77(37) [4s-7 6s-5]

6

to Nitish Rana, SIX, 180-degrees on the other side from the one he'd intended to go over. But the maximums only keep coming. Gets the ball to climb up awkwardly does getting it up on the ribs and Rana just swings his bat looking to go over cow corner again with the familiar hits. Gets the familiar result though with the top-edge flying over the cordon. And his third half-century of this season too

6

to Hardik Pandya, SIX, another bat. Another rocket launcher. The angry flat bat face is up and so is the usage in whacking it. Boom. Back into the third stand. Over mid-wicket

4

to Hardik Pandya, FOUR, a low full toss. well and truly on his way to some unwanted bowling figures tonight. Pandya meanwhile just about clears his front leg and slices it past a tired extra cover at the fence. Spare a thought

4

to Hardik Pandya, FOUR, and again. has 58 against his name. A full delivery hoping to veer into the blockhole and Pandya digs it out with the bat gaining all the momentum to be imparted with a smash past the bowler. Long-off doesn't even want to take the effort in chasing this. Futile I tell you

6

Sharma to Nitish Rana, SIX, that's that. A real mockery this. A target of almost 200 and Mumbai do it with time to spare to go after another. meanwhile bends his back in banging it half way down the track and Rana just swivels as he hooks it into the second floor. Over long leg

4

Pandya to Shaun Marsh, FOUR, and Marsh is off the mark with a boundary. Poor delivery from Pandya, maybe he was trying to bowl the inswinger from just outside off stump but lost control and delivered a ball that was short and wide, easy cut shot through cover-point

4

to Amla, FOUR, was that another chance? Looked like Nitish Rana got a fingertip to it and would be called a dropped chance. Fullish and angled across outside off stump, Amla squre-drives on the rise, the man at backward point moved to his left and tried to reverse-cup the ball but couldn't hold on

4

Pandya to Shaun Marsh, FOUR, that's an excellent shot from Marsh. Shortish and rising high, Marsh stood tall and cut it away over point, didn't bother to keep the ball down and it raced to the fence in no time

4

Pandya to Shaun Marsh, FOUR, this time he cuts along the ground, the length wasn't all that shorter compared to the previous ball, Marsh timed that shot sweetly as well and pierced the gap between cover-point and cover

4

to Shaun Marsh, FOUR, that's asking for trouble. Short and way outside off stump, the arm-ball gone wrong, maybe the newish ball slipped out of his hands, Marsh had to reach out and he cut that fiercely past point

6

to Amla, SIX, wowww! It's always interesting to see Amla play aggressive cricket. This was an authoritative hit. seemed surprise by that approach. He bowled a normal back of a length delivery, but Amla had made up his mind to go big, went back in the crease and launched it over long-on for the first maximum of the day

4

to Shaun Marsh, FOUR, the slower ball doesn't stick on the surface and sits up nicely for Marsh to thrash that away for four with a pull shot. Hit with some power and the man in the deep had no chance

W

to Shaun Marsh, out Caught by Pollard!! Oopsy! Marsh is out against the run of play. Certainly not a great delivery, could have been easily put away, but as luck would have it, the bat turned in Marsh's hands and brought about his downfall. Number one down for Punjab after a brisk 46-run opening stand. This was a full ball, Marsh wanted the flick again having missed out off the third bal of the over, but he totally mistimed it and offered a simple catch to Pollard at mid-wicket. Shaun Marsh c Pollard b 26(21) [4s-5]

6

Pandya to Amla, SIX, why is Pollard not at long-on? The only man who could have had a chance, but this would have cleared him as well. Currently, it is Nitish Rana who is patrolling the fence. Flatter delivery on the leg stump, Amla lofts over the top and clears the long-on boundary

W

Pandya to Saha, out Bowled!! Saha never looked comfortable against Pandya. Looks to loft over long-on, Pandya spots his intentions and held his length back slightly, it drifts in slowly with great amount of dip to slide and slip into the leg peg. Brilliant work. Saha b Pandya 11(15)

4

to Amla, FOUR, slower ball, Amla shows his class. Shuffles forward and towards the delivery and opens the bat face to slice it behind point. Pure timing

4

to Amla, FOUR, just a mere extension of the punch. Played it with leaden-feet and timed it to perfection, waited for the full ball to dip and graced it with touch of elegance. Back over the bowler's head for a one-bounce four

OT

to Amla, 1 run, slower and wider, Amla had to fetch, pings a single to cover to celebrate his fifty. Job half-done, his team-mates are a happy bunch in the dugout

4

Pandya to Amla, FOUR, cuts and cuts well does Hashim Amla. Stays deep inside the crease and rotates his wrists through a fierce cut, beating a diving backward point to his right

4

to Maxwell, FOUR, pacy bouncer and Maxwell isn't holding back this time. Wields his willow through a fiery pull and top-edges it over the keeper's head

4

to Maxwell, FOUR, that's brutalized behind square on the off-side. That bouncer might have just woken him up. Clears his front leg, waits for the length ball to arrive and smashes it with the amount of power only MAXI can generate. Those Popeye arms..woof!

6

to Maxwell, SIX, Maxi has arrived. "The juices are flowing for Glenn Maxwell," Mike Hussey on air is all excited. Gets underneath a full delivery and sends it soaring into the stands over long-on

6

to Maxwell, SIX, D-I-S-M-I-S-S-I-V-E! No change of length, in the slot and Maxwell whangs it like a fire-cracker over long-off

4

to Maxwell, FOUR, emergency, emergency! The bowlers are being thrashed, someone send an ambulance. Maxi is putting up a clinic. This is some batting. bowls it straight, marmalized wide of long-on

4

to Maxwell, no ball, FOUR, front foot no-ball and bang! Maxwell whups a full toss with over a leaping backward point

6

to Maxwell, SIX, full toss again, you gotta be kidding me. Maxwell uses every ounce of his muscular stamina to whip-loft it into mars. Bam!

6

to Amla, SIX, that has gone out of the stadium. Things that T20 cricket do, Hashim Amla can hit the long ball. What's more amazing is the power he generated behind the shot, Amla picks the change of pace and spank-banged it over the top-tier over long-off with a bat velocity of 135KPH

6

to Amla, SIX, 72 metres maximum square on the off-side. Well, well! Amla is nailing it. He is treating like a club bowler, hammers him with a throw of the kitch sink on the off-side

4

to Amla, FOUR, bludgeoned straight down the ground, don't bother looking back Mr Slinga-

4

to Amla, FOUR, full toss on leg-stump, Amla helps it on its way with a flick of his wrists. So easily done. 50 runs from the last 2 overs

W

to Maxwell, out Bowled!! My fingers became numb, so did the atmosphere around the office and in Indore too. Lack of pace foxes Maxwell. He picked it late and was through the shot early, the ball cut back in before deflecting off his pads onto the stumps. An absolute gem of a knock from the BigShow. Maxwell b 40(18) [4s-4 6s-3]

W

to Stoinis, out Caught by Pollard!! Slower ball again and Stoinis holes out to long-on. Clears his front leg and looks to tonk it into the stands, doesn't get the distance, off the cue end of the bat and straight into the ever-safe hands of KP. Stoinis c Pollard b 1(3)

4

to Amla, FOUR, room on offer and Amla uses it to great effect. Carves the short ball over point giving no chance for sweeper cover to cut it off. Amla on fire, just 17 away from the triple treat

4

to Amla, FOUR, across his stumps and way she goes into the fine leg fence. Sweetly timed, has no clue. Amla walked a long way across and helped the full delivery with a real tap of the bat. Flew!

6

to Amla, SIX, short ball, Amla clatters the pull off the top-edge, over the keeper's head but who cares? It's a six

6

to Amla, SIX. First T20 hundred for Hashim Amla. What.A.Player. He posts a leg-side rubbish into the fine leg stands with a clean wallop. Sigh!

Punjab

 Hashim Amla  Shaun Marsh  Glenn Maxwell (c)
 Marcus Stoinis  Wriddhiman Saha (wk) Axar Patel
 Gurkeerat Singh Mann  Swapnil Singh  Mohit Sharma
 Sandeep Sharma  Ishant Sharma  Anureet Singh
 Nikhil Naik  Armaan Jaffer  Pardeep Sahu
 Varun Aaron  Matt Henry  Rahul Tewatia
 Martin Guptill  Darren Sammy  Rinku Singh
 T Natarajan  Manan Vohra  Eoin Morgan
 David Miller  KC Cariappa   
           

Mumbai

 Parthiv Patel (wk) Jos Buttler  Nitish Rana
 Rohit Sharma (c) Kieron Pollard  Hardik Pandya
 Krunal Pandya  Harbhajan Singh  Mitchell McClenaghan
 Lasith Malinga  Jasprit Bumrah  Ambati Rayudu
 Shreyas Gopal  Lendl Simmons  Vinay Kumar
 Siddhesh Lad  Jagadeesha Suchith  Tim Southee
 Jitesh Sharma  Deepak Punia  Saurabh Tiwary
 Nicholas Pooran  Mitchell Johnson  Karn Sharma
 Asela Gunaratne  Krishnappa Gowtham  Kulwant Khejroliya
      
           
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INDIA TOUR OF SRI LANKA 2017 - SCHEDULE
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