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Kolkata vs Mumbai - 41st Match

Series: Indian T20 League, 2018
Venue: Eden Gardens, Kolkata
Date & Time: 09 May 2018

Kolkata 108/10 (18.1 Ovs) RR: 5.94 | Mumbai won by 102 runs

FULL SCORECARD

Batsman R B 4s 6s
Sunil Narine c Krunal Pandya & b McClenaghanc Krunal Pandya & b McClenaghan4210
Chris Lynn runout runout 211531
Robin Uthappa c Suryakumar Yadav & b Markandec Suryakumar Yadav & b Markande141302
Nitish Rana c Cutting & b Hardik Pandyac Cutting & b Hardik Pandya211921
Andre Russell c Markande & b Hardik Pandyac Markande & b Hardik Pandya2400
Dinesh Karthik runout runout 5310
Rinku Singh c Ishan Kishan & b Bumrahc Ishan Kishan & b Bumrah5310
Tom Curran c Duminy & b Krunal Pandyac Duminy & b Krunal Pandya181730
Piyush Chawla c Suryakumar Yadav & b Cuttingc Suryakumar Yadav & b Cutting111310
Kuldeep Yadav lbw Krunal Pandyalbw Krunal Pandya51500
Prasidh Krishna Not OutNot Out1500
Extras 1 (b 0, lb 1, w 0, nb 0)
Total 108 (10 Wkts, 18.1 Ov)
Fall of Wickets
4-1 (Sunil Narine,0.2), 32-2 (Chris Lynn,4), 49-3 (Robin Uthappa,6.4), 54-4 (Andre Russell,7.6), 67-5 (Dinesh Karthik,9.1), 67-6 (Nitish Rana,9.2), 76-7 (Rinku Singh,10.2), 93-8 (Piyush Chawla,13.5), 106-9 (Tom Curran,16.5), 108-10 (Kuldeep Yadav,18.1),
BowlingO M R WEcon
Mitchell McClenaghan3 0 24 1 8.00
Krunal Pandya3.1 0 12 2 3.87
Jasprit Bumrah3 0 17 1 5.67
Hardik Pandya3 0 16 2 5.33
Mayank Markande4 0 26 1 6.50
Ben Cutting2 0 12 1 6.00
Suryakumar Yadav0 0 0 0 0
Evin Lewis0 0 0 0 0
Rohit Sharma0 0 0 0 0
Jean-Paul Duminy0 0 0 0 0
Ishan Kishan0 0 0 0 0

commentary

All the hype coming into this was about Rohit's record at Eden, but it was Ishan Kishan's blitzkrieg which stole the show today. MUM are doing it again, aren't they? They've so rudely slipped into the top four, just when you would have started thinking that it's too late. It's never too late. Funny that, because it's midnight. I'm out of here. We're out of here. This is Sagar Chawla signing off on behalf of Akshay Maanay, Nikhil Jadhav, Abhinand Raghavendran, Srivathsa and our scorer Praveen. Bye!

Ishan Kishan, MoM: Had a chat with my skipper, he told me to go there and back myself. My plan was to look at the ball till the last moment and keep smacking. Have to believe in yourself, your strengths. Win was important for us, point was to stay there, back yourself and put up a good show. I'm okay with batting anywhere depending on the team situation.

Rohit, MUM captain: As a team we tend to pick up during the month of May. Hope we do it sooner. Never easy to be on the line all the time and be desperate for wins towards the second half. Would like to start the tournament on a high. But in the past three years, we've been at the bottom of the table. I'm glad we came together and performed as a team today. Without a doubt, the way Ishan Kishan batted fearlessly, that was the changing point. I was assessing the pitch at that point, ball was sticking in the pitch, it wasn't easy, but he changed the game. We were 65 after first ten overs, but scoring 145 in last ten overs is a magnificent effort by all the batters. Ben Cutting as well, he hasn't been getting much opportunity as well, it's not easy to come out and play shots like that. We as a team are prepared to post a total or chase down what is put in front of us. Can't do much with the toss. Have to come out here and play good cricket. Last few games, the team has come together and taken responsibility.

Ben Cutting - Yeah good win. It was a bit tight the other night. Nice to get out there for a bat. Played a couple of big hits and had a bowl too. That's the nature of the T20 League, so many strong batters. You just have to wait for your time and do the best when you can. I think we are building momentum definitely. We have three games to go, two at home and one at Delhi; let's see what happens.

Karthik, KOL captain: 200 is always a big ask. We didn't bat well enough. If we had held on to our catches, you never know. It was a good batting wicket. When you lose wickets in the powerplay, you are always playing catch up. We weren't in the game after the powerplay. We just took it as a normal game. Chin up for the boys and keep moving forward. We need to raise our skill levels and that is the most important thing. This kind of losses can put you down and that is where I as a leader need to stand up. Be honest about it. We need to believe and I have to make them believe we can make it to the playoffs.

11.32pm local: KOL dismantled here at Eden. Such is the margin of the result that MUM have climbed past them to fourth spot. After Mumbai registered the highest T20 League total at this venue, it didn't take long for the run-chase to dramatically go off the rails for the hosts. They lost Narine second ball, and then Lynn was run out just when he was finding some rhythm. The run-chase never appeared like taking off, probably down to the psychological wood that Mumbai have on them. As it often happens with big targets, you have to go for the jugular, and in doing that, sometimes it comes off and many times it doesn't. Unfortunately, KOL fell in the second category.

Most consecutive wins vs an opponent in T20 League:
8 MUM v KOL (2015-18) *
8 KOL v PUN (2014-17)
8 BLR v DEL (2011-15) +
7 CHN v DEL (2012-15)
7 RAJ v DEL (2013-18)
+ includes a Super Over win

Biggest defeats for KOL (by runs):
102 v MUM tonight *
92 v MUM, Port Elizabeth, 2009
65 v MUM, Mumbai WS, 2013
55 v CHN, Kolkata, 2010
55 v DEL, Delhi, 2018

Biggest wins for MUM (by runs):
146 v DEL, Delhi, 2017
102 v KOL tonight *
98 v DEL, Delhi, 2010
92 v KOL, Port Elizabeth, 2009
80 v DEL, Vizag, 2016

Most wins against an opponent in T20 League:
18/23 MUM v KOL *
14/22 KOL v PUN
14/22 CHN v BLR
14/23 MUM v BLR

18.1
0
Krunal Pandya to Kuldeep Yadav, out Lbw!! Kuldeep reviews a leg-before call, inadvertently extending KOL's misery by a couple of minutes. Went for a reverse-sweep and missed it by quite a bit. The ball pitched around middle and leg, straightened and would have knocked the stumps over comfortably. KOL go down to their eighth consecutive loss against MUM. Kuldeep Yadav lbw b Krunal Pandya 5(15)

Krunal Pandya to Kuldeep Yadav, THAT'S OUT!! Lbw!!

17.6
0
Markande to Prasidh, no run, flat length ball, darted wide of off, left alone
17.5
0
Markande to Prasidh, no run, reasonably well played. Went back to this googly, offered himself enough time off the pitch and blocked
17.4
0
Markande to Prasidh, no run, sharp turn on this leg-break from outside off, Prasidh tried chasing it with his hands but he was a long way off
17.3
0
Markande to Prasidh, no run, tosses the leg-break up, Prasidh offers the full face in defence
17.2
1
Markande to Kuldeep Yadav, 1 run, swept down to long leg
17.1
1
Markande to Prasidh, 1 run, hangs back to a googly, got caught in the crease there. It snakes in and takes a thick inside edge behind square
16.6
0
Krunal Pandya to Kuldeep Yadav, no run, presses forward to defend, gets an inside edge onto pad

Prasidh Krishna, right handed bat, comes to the crease

16.5
0
Krunal Pandya to Tom Curran, out Caught by Duminy!! Not quite to the pitch of the ball as he dances down, goes through with the loft nonetheless and lobs it off the inside half to long-on. Krunal gets on the wickets column as KOL lose their ninth. Tom Curran c Duminy b Krunal Pandya 18(17) [4s-3]

Krunal Pandya to Tom Curran, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

16.4
1
Krunal Pandya to Kuldeep Yadav, 1 run, flighted ball drifted across off from round the wicket, Kuldeep aims for the covers as he flashes a drive but there's enough purchase there to foil his efforts. Skews it off a thick inside edge past leg stump
16.3
1
Krunal Pandya to Tom Curran, 1 run, flat on middle and leg, clipped away through square leg
16.2
1
Krunal Pandya to Kuldeep Yadav, 1 run, picks up the length ball and sweeps it to deep square
16.1
0
Krunal Pandya to Kuldeep Yadav, no run, sliding on with the arm outside off, Kuldeep wants to dab it fine but fails to connect

Krunal Pandya [2.0-0-9-0] is back into the attack

Time-out!

15.6
4
Markande to Tom Curran, FOUR, he's done well to make the contact he's made. Floated up very wide, Curran reaches out and belts the flat-batted drive wide of long-off
15.5
1
Markande to Kuldeep Yadav, leg byes, 1 run, flighted googly on leg, beats Kuldeep's swish and deflects off his pad
15.4
0
Markande to Kuldeep Yadav, no run, flicked to mid-wicket
15.3
2
Markande to Kuldeep Yadav, 2 runs, healthy deflection off the edge, can't attach much blame to Ishan Kishan. Another googly from Markande, drew Kuldeep forward and took the edge. It hits Kishan on the thigh before deflecting past slip
15.2
0
Markande to Kuldeep Yadav, no run, picks the googly and steers to backward point
15.1
1
Markande to Tom Curran, 1 run, flighted leg-break, Curran uses his feet well and flicks through mid-wicket

Mayank Markande [2.0-0-17-1] is back into the attack

14.6
0
McClenaghan to Kuldeep Yadav, no run, another play and miss! Short of length, Kuldeep not comfortable with it at all. Moves away from the line of the ball, and then pokes in vain
14.5
0
McClenaghan to Kuldeep Yadav, no run, backs away to run it down to third man, but beaten on the edge again
14.4
0
McClenaghan to Kuldeep Yadav, no run, good length ball holding its line outside off, Kuldeep wafts and misses
14.3
0
McClenaghan to Kuldeep Yadav, no run, back of a length delivery outside off, stabbed to backward point
14.2
0
McClenaghan to Kuldeep Yadav, no run, short of length on middle, fended down
14.1
1
McClenaghan to Tom Curran, 1 run, back of a length delivery outside off, steered to third man

Mitchell McClenaghan [2.0-0-23-1] is back into the attack

13.6
1
Cutting to Tom Curran, 1 run, pats the leg-cutter to backward point and wanders out for the single, but Kuldeep isn't interested in the slightest. Curran wasn't even in the picture had Duminy's shy been on target. He gets the single eventually

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