3rd ODI,
South Africa tour of England, 2017, London

England vs South Africa

29 May 2017 15:30 (IST)

20th Match,
Intercontinental Cup, 2015-17, Edinburgh

Scotland vs Namibia

06 June 2017 15:30 (IST)

39th Match,
World Cricket League Championship, 2015-17, Edinburgh

Scotland vs Namibia

11 June 2017 15:15 (IST)

38th Match, Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, 01 May 2017

MI vs RCB

Mumbai 2nd Inn:165/5 (19.5)

Rohit Sharma* 56 (37);Hardik Pandya 14 (9);
Shane Watson* 3.5-0-28-1; Sreenath Aravind 2-0-21-0;

Last bat: Karn Sharma

Result: Mumbai won by 5 wkts.

  • full scoreboard
  • Commentary
  • highlights
  • squads
  • Manhattan
  • Partnership
  • Run Rate Graph
  • Run Progression

Mumbai Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Parthiv Patel(wk) c Chahal & b Aniket Choudhary 0 1 0 0 0
Jos Buttler c Head & b Negi 33 21 4 1 157.14
Nitish Rana c Head & b Negi 27 28 4 0 96.43
Rohit Sharma(c) not out 56 37 6 1 151.35
Kieron Pollard c Head & b Chahal 17 13 2 0 130.77
Krunal Pandya retired hurt 2 2 0 0 100
Karn Sharma c Milne & b Watson 9 8 1 0 112.5
Hardik Pandya not out 14 9 0 1 155.56
Mitchell McClenaghan dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Jasprit Bumrah dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Lasith Malinga dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 2, w - 5, nb - 0)7
Total(165 for 5 in 19.5 overs)165 (8.32 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/0 (Parthiv Patel, 0.1 ov.) 2/61 (Jos Buttler, 7.3 ov.) 3/70 (Nitish Rana, 9.2 ov.)
4/98 (Kieron Pollard, 12.6 ov.) 5/130 (Karn Sharma, 16.3 ov.)  
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Aniket Choudhary 4 0 32 1 8 (1w)
Yuzvendra Chahal 4 0 36 1 9 (2w)
Adam Milne 2 0 29 0 14.5 (1w)
Sreenath Aravind 2 0 21 0 10.5  
Shane Watson 3.5 0 28 1 7.31 (1w)
Pawan Negi 4 0 17 2 4.25  
               

Bangalore Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Virat Kohli(c) c Rohit & b McClenaghan 20 14 0 2 142.86
Mandeep Singh c Hardik Pandya & b Karn Sharma 17 13 3 0 130.77
Travis Head c Hardik Pandya & b Krunal Pandya 12 15 1 0 80
AB de Villiers c Bumrah & b Krunal Pandya 43 27 3 3 159.26
Kedar Jadhav(wk) c Pollard & b McClenaghan 28 22 2 0 127.27
Shane Watson b Bumrah 3 5 0 0 60
Pawan Negi c Pollard & b McClenaghan 35 23 1 3 152.17
Adam Milne not out 0 1 0 0 0
Sreenath Aravind runout (Parthiv Patel) 0 0 0 0 0.00
Aniket Choudhary dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Yuzvendra Chahal dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 2, w - 2, nb - 0)4
Total(162 for 8 in 20 overs)162 (8.1 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/31 (Mandeep Singh, 3.4 ov.) 2/40 (Virat Kohli, 5.1 ov.) 3/85 (Travis Head, 10.3 ov.)
4/102 (AB de Villiers, 12.2 ov.) 5/108 (Shane Watson, 13.4 ov.) 6/162 (Pawan Negi, 19.4 ov.)
7/162 (Kedar Jadhav, 19.5 ov.) 8/162 (Sreenath Aravind, 20 ov.)  
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Mitchell McClenaghan 4 0 34 3 8.5  
Lasith Malinga 4 0 31 0 7.75  
Hardik Pandya 1 0 5 0 5  
Karn Sharma 3 0 23 1 7.67 (1w)
Jasprit Bumrah 4 0 33 1 8.25  
Krunal Pandya 4 0 34 2 8.5 (1w)
               
All|Overs 1-50
W

Choudhary to Parthiv Patel, out Caught by Chahal!! This is just the start BLR wanted. It's a golden duck for Parthiv. Kohli must have had some strong words in the huddle before they walked out and he'd be delighted with this start. Parthiv had a good last match, he tried to be positive first up in this game but this short of length delivery got big on him. Mistimed pull, went off the splice of the bat, Chahal did well to dive forward from short mid-wicket. He slid on those practice pitches but held on to the ball. Parthiv Patel c Chahal b Choudhary 0(1)

4

Choudhary to Nitish Rana, FOUR, freebie and Rana won't miss out. He's a man in form. Kohli would not want his bowlers to bowl such balls. On the pads, easy glance to the fine leg fence. First boundary for the hosts

4

to Nitish Rana, FOUR, did that carry? No it didn't! Kohli is not happy as the ball escaped for four. The fielder didn't do much wrong there. He went for the catch and it landed just in front him. Rana swept uppishly towards backward square leg and got away with it

4

to Nitish Rana, FOUR, that's nicely played. Didn't try to over-hit the ball, flighted delivery outside off stump, Rana leans forward and drives along the ground, beats AB's dive to his right at mid-off

4

to Buttler, FOUR, Buttler loves pace on the ball. He's at ease when he plays the fast bowlers. went full searching for swing, but went as a juicy half-volley, Buttler drives it to the right of extra-cover and it raced away

4

to Buttler, FOUR, now bangs it short, this is not a WACA to trouble batsmen with bounce, sits up nicely, Buttler stands tall and doesn't bother to keep the ball along the ground as he pulls through mid-wicket

D

to Nitish Rana, 2 runs, uppish, Aniket is tested again and he comes second in the race. Lucky escape for Rana. This was a shortish delivery on the leg stump, Rana tried to work it on the on-side, got a leading edge that flew high, deep square leg and short fine leg tried to hunt, but the ball beat the outstretched arm of the latter

4

to Buttler, FOUR, how well has he timed that? This is the second time the ball has gone past a diving AB de Villiers. Short of a length delivery outside off stump, Buttler plays a back foot drive, plays it to the left of cover and it escaped across the turf. This is a fast start from Mumbai, despite a first-ball wicket

4

to Nitish Rana, FOUR, wow! Lovely drive, bowls a full ball, didn't swing, Rana leant into the drive and placed it to the right of mid-on. Moves into the 20s

4

to Buttler, FOUR, overpitched and Buttler goes aerial. Just cleared his front leg a bit and lofted through the line, well wide of mid-off and on the bounce for four

6

to Buttler, SIX, the idea was right from to flight the ball to the Englishman, but when it's too full, the ball hardly has any distance to spin on the batsman. Buttler moves his left leg out of the way and smashes it high over the mid-wicket boundary

W

to Buttler, out Caught by Head!! A really soft dismissal and you can tell that from Buttler's reaction. Just wanted to throw that bat away. He was well set and looking good, the introduction of the left-arm spinner does the trick. Not a wicket taking delivery, but you do get wickets in this manner in T20 cricket. Flighted delivery outside off stump, Buttler steps out and drives inside-out, doesn't control the shot, hits it straight to cover. Can BLR work on this opening? Buttler c Head b 33(21) [4s-4 6s-1]

4

to Rohit, FOUR, Rohit has seen enough of this good length stuff from . Decides to score a boundary, plays across the line and chips it over mid-wicket, splits deep mid-wicket and long-on to perfection

W

to Nitish Rana, out Caught by Head!! continues to have a good match. 30 odd runs and now two wickets. With the left-arm spinner on, mid-wicket is an easy area to target for a left-hander as he can hit with the spin, Rana went for the big slog-sweep, seemed to have got it on the outside half of the bat. Head was close to the rope at deep mid-wicket. Took the catch, the momentum was taking him beyond the boundary. Released the ball before crossing over and recovered quickly to grab it again. Nitish Rana c Head b 27(28) [4s-4]

4

to Rohit, FOUR, poor delivery! This is a pressure-releaser. Short and wide outside off stump, really poor delivery, Rohit cuts uppishly to the left of backward point and third man had no chance

4

to Pollard, FOUR, turns out to be a 12-run over, just what MUM wanted to get that momentum back. On the leg stump was the slower delivery, no one at fine leg and a gentle glance was all that was required

4

to Pollard, FOUR, Pollard gets a boundary but the bowler won the mini battle there, the batsman stepped out, was the googly, Pollard went through with the swing, mistimed it but managed to place it to the right of long-on

W

to Pollard, out Caught by Head!! 's got his man. He almost had Pollard when he managed to hit that mistimed boundary, but this time the batsman has found the fielder. They check for the no-ball, but just escapes. By a centimetre or so. This is certainly not an easy wicket to bat on against the slower bowlers. It's stopping on the batsman or gripping the surface when the length isn't too full. Pollard stepped out and flicked, no timing and straight to deep mid-wicket. Pollard c Head b 17(13) [4s-2]

4

Choudhary to Rohit, FOUR, that's nicely played. Full and well outside off stump, Rohit waits for the ball to come and square-drives it past backward point

4

Choudhary to Rohit, FOUR, oh what a shot! over pitches this full delivery, Rohit leans forward and drives hard through cover, Chahal dives to his right and gets a hand on it, yet the ball comfortably reached the fence

4

to Karn Sharma, FOUR, smashed straight down the ground, can Kohli get there? He can but in trying to pull it back, doesn't deflect it back inside the playing area. It was too full and Karn Sharma knelt down to hit that back over the bowler

4

to Rohit, FOUR, Chahal at extra cover gave that up very easily. But that was timed so beautifully by Rohit. A back foot punch with a high backlift, hitting the ball on the top of its bounce, the weight going into the shot and powered away. Great start to the over

W

to Karn Sharma, out Caught by Milne!! has his right fist raised in triumph. After getting Karn Sharma. Short ball on the stumps, Karn Sharma didn't do enough on the pull and Milne took it over his head at deep square. Just a bit more and that would be six. Kohli is happy as well. A much needed wicket for BLR. Karn Sharma c Milne b 9(8) [4s-1]

6

Choudhary to Hardik Pandya, SIX, and the last ball has cost 7. Could well cost BLR the match as well. A nothing short ball, around waist high and Hardik Pandya has muscled the pull flat into the deep square stands. Looks like he was waiting for the short one, Choudhary didn't get any shoulder or height on that, Kohli is not happy at all. Suddenly now the equation looks easy

6

to Rohit, SIX, brilliant. Just brilliant. Rohit knows that it will be on a length and slower, knows that it will be majorly outside off as well, so what does he do? Shuffles across and delectably plays a half sweep, yes a sweep, that sails into the unmanned deep square fence. Didn't look like carrying all the way, but it was a flat hit

OT

to Rohit, 1 run, fifty for Rohit. He tries to cut this into the off-side, chops it towards backward point. Been an excellent innings. Absorbed the pressure, didn't take too many risks and has almost taken his side home

4

to Rohit, FOUR, MUM win! Rohit does it for his team. No big celebrations. Just a big smile and then a hug with Hardik Pandya. Low full toss as missed the yorker, thumped wide of extra cover and mid-off was inside the ring as well. Raced away and MUM have done the double over BLR this season - but it must be said that the Kohli-led side had chances to win both games. 8th loss for BLR out of 11 this year. MUM go top of the table

4

to Mandeep, FOUR, Mandeep is off the mark first ball. But with a boundary. Width outside off, crashed wide of cover-point and on this outfield, no-one is stopping that. Nice shot as he freed his arms

4

to Mandeep, FOUR, a mistimed pull, but four. Over square leg. The length wasn't there for the shot, but Mandeep muscled that, got it off the splice of the bat but managed to clear the square leg umpire

4

to Mandeep, FOUR, Anil Kumar Chaudhary has a wry smile on his face. Because was appealing for an lbw. The umpire spotted the tickle. A slower ball yorker from that dips on the batsman, 's trademark weapon. But Mandeep picked that and got it wide of short fine inside the ring

6

Sharma to Kohli, SIX, a step forward and then thump over long-on. All bottom hand in that. Trademark Kohli. Saw the flight on that leggie and then thumped it with lots of wrist and the bottom hand took over. Long-on was just a spectator

W

Sharma to Mandeep, out Caught by Hardik Pandya!! Mandeep holes out. To deep mid-wicket. Went down on one knee and tried to slog-sweep that but no connection whatsoever on that hit, easy catch for the fielder. He was going hard on everything and his misery ends. Mandeep c Hardik Pandya b Sharma 17(13) [4s-3]

6

to Kohli, SIX, what wrists he has. Played a similar kind of shot against Basil Thampi a couple of games ago. That one flew over deep square leg, this over long-on. A little shimmy and picks the slower delivery, then the wrists take over. Like a flick of a switch, he uncorks those wrists and the ball sails a long way over long-on. No-one else in world cricket can play that pickup shot from the pads as well as Kohli does

W

to Kohli, out Caught by Rohit!! And just like that he is gone. Look at Kohli's expression. One of disbelief. Which we have seen quite often this season. That feeling of how have I done this. A harmless cutter down leg, Kohli has just chipped it head-high to mid-wicket to his opposite number. A dolly and Rohit can't hide his smile. is busy fist pumping his way to glory. That's as soft as it gets. And it has happened repetitively for Kohli's liking this season. When it is not going for you, these things can happen. Kohli c Rohit b 20(14) [6s-2]

4

to de Villiers, FOUR, that's classy from de Villiers. This bouncing ball was cramping him for room, but he arched back and then created his own momentum to cut it over backward point. Wide of sweeper as well. That's a top top shot

6

to de Villiers, SIX, is sweeper in business? No. It has gone all the way. Down the wicket and then cuts it hard and flat over the deep man's head. For a moment Buttler reckoned he was in with a chance, but it flew over his head

4

to de Villiers, FOUR, low full toss outside off, belted past short extra cover. He needed to hit that gap and did so easily

4

Pandya to de Villiers, FOUR, lovely shot. Waited for the ball to turn away and then delayed the shot to send it wide of point, sweeper had too much distance to cover and the ball beat him

6

Pandya to de Villiers, SIX, makes room and goes outside leg, sits down and then unleashes the slog-sweep. A flat hit over mid-wicket and all the way

4

Pandya to Head, FOUR, one bounce over the ropes at wide long-on. Head against the left-arm spinner is always advantage to the batsman. He kneels down and slogs it into the gap. Did well to hit it wide of Pollard

W

Pandya to Head, out Caught by Hardik Pandya!! Now finds deep mid-wicket. A drag down and somehow Head has contrived to find the man. Another soft, soft dismissal. Could've and should've hit it to the stands, but walks away gifting his wicket. Pandya gets a wicket off a delivery which wasn't great by any means. But he won't be complaining. Head c Hardik Pandya b Pandya 12(15) [4s-1]

OT

Pandya to Kedar Jadhav, 1 run, nudged to short fine leg, Kedar Jadhav is ambling along. Taking it easy. Had Bumrah hit direct, he would've been walking back. Not a wise decision that, and especially when your captain is Kohli. Very poor from Kedar Jadhav

4

Sharma to Kedar Jadhav, FOUR, sees the tossed up delivery and is onto that in a flash. Skips down and blasts it straight down the ground. Clean strike and went the distance

6

Pandya to de Villiers, SIX, great shot. Walks across his stumps, gets outside off and then sweeps it almost into the first tier. Sailed a long way into the deep backward square stands. Is that the strike that gets him back into his fearsome best? Let's wait and watch

W

Pandya to de Villiers, out Caught by Bumrah!! No. No. That's what the BLR fans and their faithful will be shouting and screaming now. There goes Pandya, showing four fingers to the cameras and then signalling a boundary - which implies that he has got de Villiers out four times in the T20 League. After hitting the six, de Villiers tried to repeat the shot, a little shimmy outside leg to try and unsettle Pandya, who kept his cool and fired it on leg, then de Villiers came back into line, but since the ball came to him quickly, by the time he was down for the slog sweep, it was late, the top edge is found and Bumrah won't drop that at short fine leg. Too easy that one. And then Pandya's celebrations start. Yet another BLR batsmen has flattered to deceive today. This time it is AB. And all this regular wickets won't do the side any good at all. Pandya has a tale to tell his grandchildren one day. de Villiers c Bumrah b Pandya 43(27) [4s-3 6s-3]

W

to Watson, out Bowled!! Dreadful from Watson. Looks to swipe a top of middle ball to leg and misses. No conviction nor was it a high percentage shot. The ball doesn't do anything except follow its straight line path and clatters into the top of off and middle. Very poor from such an experienced campaigner. Watson b 3(5)

4

to Kedar Jadhav, FOUR, fabulous whip off the pads. Drifting into middle, a length delivery and Kedar Jadhav used his strong forearms to power it away, beats deep mid-wicket's desperate dive

6

to Negi, SIX, caught by the ballboy. Outside the boundary of course. BLR needed that. Negi backs away and picks the slower delivery, lofts well and off the middle of the bat. Just crossed the ropes at long-off and well taken low by the man who is the centre of attraction as the cameras pan to him

6

to Negi, SIX, second six of the over. Again it is Negi who is doing the damage. Rushed out and clouted the slower delivery high and long. Hardik at long-off tried his best, leaping with one hand to his right, but the ball was always winning that battle. Just over him and six

6

to Negi, SIX, third six for Negi. went for the slower delivery after two yorkers. Negi was sitting in his crease and waiting for that. A mighty swing over long-on and that's the biggest of the lot for him. Chahal is seen clapping from the dressing room

OT

to Kedar Jadhav, 1 run, Rohit leaves it to Buttler coming in from sweeper when it was his catch. The ball lands bang in the middle of the two. bowling it wide as he saw Kedar Jadhav advancing, in the end - it was a one-handed slice in the air and the batsman got lucky

4

to Negi, FOUR, can't miss your length with this field. Since both long-off and long-on are wide. Full and outside off, blasted over the umpire's head. Negi is playing a blinder here

W

to Negi, out Caught by Pollard!! End of Negi. The back of the hand slower delivery, rolling the fingers across the ball, sits up to be smashed, but Negi can only find long-on with a pull. Negi c Pollard b 35(23) [4s-1 6s-3]

W

to Kedar Jadhav, out Caught by Pollard!! This man makes it look so easy. With the sunglasses and the floppy hat on he takes a high catch and makes it look ridiculously easy. Flat-batted high into the sky as bowled it short, when the ball is anywhere near Pollard, he is expected to take it and he does so, running around to his left, keeping himself inside the playing area. on a hat-trick now. Kedar Jadhav c Pollard b 28(22) [4s-2]

W

to Milne, out Aravind Run Out!! No hat-trick for . But a team hat-trick. Shortish outside off, Milne cuts and misses. They run for the bye and Aravind isn't even in the frame as Parthiv Patel runs forward to effect the run-out. Aravind run out (Parthiv Patel) 0(0)

Mumbai

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

Bangalore

 Travis Head  Virat Kohli (c) AB de Villiers
 Shane Watson  Kedar Jadhav (wk) Mandeep Singh
 Pawan Negi  Adam Milne  Aniket Choudhary
 Sreenath Aravind  Yuzvendra Chahal  Chris Gayle
 Harshal Patel  Sarfaraz Khan  Iqbal Abdulla
 Avesh Khan  Tabraiz Shamsi  Tymal Mills
 Praveen Dubey  Billy Stanlake  Vishnu Vinod
 Harpreet Singh  Sachin Baby  Stuart Binny
 Samuel Badree     
           
ICC Champions trophy 2017 Schedule
Date Match Venue
June 1 ENG v BAN
The Oval
June 2 AUS v NZ
Edgbaston
June 3 SL v SA The Oval
June 4 IND v PAK
Edgbaston
Full Schedule
ICC Champions trophy 2017 Schedule
Date Match Venue
June 1 ENG v BAN
The Oval
June 2 AUS v NZ
Edgbaston
June 3 SL v SA The Oval
June 4 IND v PAK
Edgbaston
Full Schedule