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Mumbai vs Hyderabad - 23rd Match

Series: Indian T20 League, 2018
Venue: Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
Date & Time: 24 April 2018

Mumbai 87/10 (18.5 Ovs) RR: 4.62 | Hyderabad won by 31 runs


Batsman R B 4s 6s
Suryakumar Yadav c Rashid Khan & b Basil Thampic Rashid Khan & b Basil Thampi343840
Evin Lewis c Manish Pandey & b Sandeep Sharmac Manish Pandey & b Sandeep Sharma5910
Ishan Kishan c (sub)Deepak Hooda & b Nabic (sub)Deepak Hooda & b Nabi0300
Rohit Sharma c Dhawan & b Shakibc Dhawan & b Shakib2600
Krunal Pandya lbw Rashid Khanlbw Rashid Khan242040
Kieron Pollard c Dhawan & b Rashid Khanc Dhawan & b Rashid Khan9601
Hardik Pandya c Basil Thampi & b S Kaulc Basil Thampi & b S Kaul31900
Mitchell McClenaghan lbw S Kaullbw S Kaul0200
Mayank Markande lbw S Kaullbw S Kaul1200
Jasprit Bumrah Not OutNot Out6510
Mustafizur Rahman c (sub)Deepak Hooda & b Basil Thampic (sub)Deepak Hooda & b Basil Thampi1300
Extras 2 (b 0, lb 1, w 1, nb 0)
Total 87 (10 Wkts, 18.5 Ov)
Fall of Wickets
12-1 (Evin Lewis,2.5), 17-2 (Ishan Kishan,3.6), 21-3 (Rohit Sharma,5.2), 61-4 (Krunal Pandya,11.5), 73-5 (Kieron Pollard,13.1), 77-6 (Suryakumar Yadav,14.5), 78-7 (Mitchell McClenaghan,15.2), 80-8 (Mayank Markande,15.6), 81-9 (Hardik Pandya,17.4), 87-10 (Mustafizur Rahman,18.5),
BowlingO M R WEcon
Sandeep Sharma3 0 9 1 3.00
Mohammad Nabi3 0 23 1 7.67
Shakib Al Hasan3 0 16 1 5.33
Siddarth Kaul4 0 23 3 5.75
Rashid Khan4 1 11 2 2.75
Basil Thampi1.5 0 4 2 2.67
Shikhar Dhawan0 0 0 0 0
Kane Williamson0 0 0 0 0
Wriddhiman Saha0 0 0 0 0
Manish Pandey0 0 0 0 0
Yusuf Pathan0 0 0 0 0


8 overs, one maiden, 34 runs, 5 wickets - combined bowling figures of Sid Kaul and Rashid Khan. There's the game. Out and sealed right there. There's no stopping Rashid Khan's achievements. He keeps impressing with each passing game and continues to win hearts. His spectacular bowling show, however, might have just ripped out the heart of MUM's campaign this year. Their NRAJ will take a serious belting too. Just as we discussed before the game, MUM's expiry date for their most favourite term 'comeback' is reaching its end. Takes some doing to qualify for the playoffs from here. That's for later though. Tomorrow, we have BLR taking on CHN in Bengaluru. It's raining quite heavily in the Garden city as I type this. Let's hope it stays fine for tomorrow's clash. RED or YELLOW, remember to tune in early. On behalf of Srivathsa, Pradeep Krishnamurthy, Nikhil Jadhav, Abhinand Raghavendran and our scorer Shashikant Singh, this is Raju Peethala waving goodbye from the comm. box. Cheers!!

Rashid Khan [4-1-11-2] Man of the Match: Thanks to the almighty. It feels quite good to comeback well and win the match especially after a couple of losses. We get to learn a lot of things from the coaching staff. We chat a lot to them [Moody, Murali and VVS]. They keep motivating me. If you're going well or not you have to stay relaxed and that's what Murali sir tells me. The more you enjoy out in the middle, the better you perform. I try to stay relaxed all the time and that's what brings the best out of me. Whatever you do, you have to do your basics right. We win or lose, the management has always kept us in good positive space.

KW, HYD captain: Clearly a tough surface. Without a doubt, we were expecting a lot more from our batsmen. Perhaps we could have gotten to 140 mark, but turns out 120 looked good enough on this track. It is good fun. T20 obviously so much is happening so quickly, but the guys were oustanding today. A fantastic second half for us, but we are still to put a collective performance together. There is depth in our squad which is important and we saw that today. Number of injuries and number of changes, a different balance. We held our heads high and at the same time the best part is how well the guys performed in the second half of the game.

Siddarth Kaul: It's a great feeling when you perform for your team, specially when it's pressure time. I think the domestic season went really well. I got into the India A team and then I was selected for the Indian team. Feels great when you reach the higher level. You have to just keep doing the right work. I was keeping the basics right and it works every time. Bhuvi is there, Ashish Nehra was here before. They have played awesomely at the international level. I kept learning from them and it has helped me in the pressure situations.

Rohit Sharma (MUM - captain): We have got ourselves to blame. We should chase down 118 on any wicket, we didn't show character, the Hyderabad did. Very happy with the way we bowled, they did a brilliant job, but the batsmen let us down once again. There are so many points that I can talk about, but don't want to pinpoint faults now. We needed to show some intent, which we failed today. We knew it was a tough chase, shot making wasn't easy, we wanted to have intent at the start. They bowled at the right areas, kept us guessing and we couldn't recover. Few of us played some bad shots, including myself.

Hyderabad in T20 League 2018:
Beat KOL for the first time in Kolkata after losing five previous games
Lost to PUN the first time in Mohali after winning four previous games
Beat MUM for the first time at Wankhede after losing three previous games

Lowest totals successfully defended in T20 League:
116 CHN v PUN, Durban, 2009
118 HYD v MUM, Mumbai, 2018 *
119 PUN v MUM, Durban, 2009
119 HYD v PUNE, Pune, 2013

Lowest all out totals of MUM:
87 v PUN, Mohali, 2011
87 v HYD, Mumbai WS, 2018 *
92 v DEL, Mumbai WS, 2012
92 v RAJ, Jaipur, 2013
92 v HYD, Hyderabad, 2016

Both teams bowled out in an T20 League match:
HYD v RAJ, Nagpur, 2010
KOL v BLR, Kolkata, 2017
MUM v HYD, Mumbai WS, 2018 *

23:47 Local Time, 18:17 GMT, 23:47 IST: Having lost the toss and having had to bat first for the first time this season, Hyderabad laboured their way to 118 and the total never looked out of reach at the halfway mark. But, but...Mumbai once again allowed the pressure to consume them as they kept falling behind the eight ball with lack of strike rotation and constant gifting of wickets. They scored 26 and lost 3 wickets in the first 7 overs, but then changed gears to squeeze 24 off the next two. That perhaps was the only phase where MUM grabbed the momentum, and unfortunately they left a little too much for the lower middle order to do. Just one word about Hyderabad bowling: supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

Basil Thampi to Mustafizur, out Caught by (sub)Deepak Hooda!! Hyderabad have pulled this off miraculously. Fifth loss for MUM. Second lowest ever total defended in T20 League history. What.A.Thriller. Final wicket razzmatazz: Short ball angled in, Mustafizur top-edged the pull before mid-wicket swallowed the swirling ball. Easy as you like. Mustafizur c (sub)Deepak Hooda b Basil Thampi 1(3)

Basil Thampi to Mustafizur, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

Basil Thampi to Bumrah, 1 run, clears his front leg and clatters the ball off the splice of the bat, the ball keeps crawling down to long-on. Only a single
Basil Thampi to Bumrah, no run, Basil Thampi following Sid Kaul's footsteps, bowls it in that vulnerable zone outside off and beats the bat comfortably
Basil Thampi to Mustafizur, 1 run, 142ks, hurries onto the batsman from round the wicket, Mustafizz drags the pull wide of short mid-wicket to his left, could only gather a single
Basil Thampi to Mustafizur, no run, length ball in the channel, no feet from the Fizz, swishes the willow in hope and gets beaten on the outside edge

Basil Thampi [1.0-0-2-1] is back into the attack

34 from 12 balls

S Kaul to Bumrah, no run, full and swerving in at 129ks, Bumrah plants his front knee forward and swings, misses by a country mile
S Kaul to Bumrah, FOUR, angled in, all Bumrah needed to do was help the ball finds its direction, he swivels and manages decent contact on the pull to slam the ball backwards of square leg

Mustafizur Rahman, left handed bat, comes to the crease

S Kaul to Hardik Pandya, out Caught by Basil Thampi!! Caught at third man. That's the end of Hardik Pandya and most probably the game for MUM? Sid Kaul, you bewdy. Look at him go. Oh, give him a machine or else he might end up digging the pitch with his fists. Nice change of pace from him, bowls it far from off-stump of Hardik Pandya asking him to fetch from there. Pandya slogs and could only lob it as far as third man. Good running catch from Thampi. Hardik Pandya c Basil Thampi b S Kaul 3(19)

S Kaul to Hardik Pandya, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

S Kaul to Hardik Pandya, no run, it gets more uglier now, aims the legside and throws everything at it, but the extra zip and bounce off the surface defeats Hardik Pandya
S Kaul to Hardik Pandya, no run, lovely bowling this from Siddarth Kaul, hits the seam hard and gets the ball to wobble slightly around fifth stump, an ugly swipe from Hardik Pandya, makes no connection whatsoever
S Kaul to Bumrah, 1 run, half-a-chance. Seam-up delivery, gets great bounce outside off, Bumrah runs it off the splice of the bat and it evades Dhawan to his right, he dived full length but could only manage a fingertip on that

39 from the last 3 overs. KW tosses the ball to Kaul

Rashid Khan to Hardik Pandya, no run, a maiden over. Quicker legbreak, skids in and catches Hardik inside the crease as he defends gently
Rashid Khan to Hardik Pandya, no run, quicker delivery on off, Hardik can't get it away, forces the ball off the splice into the off-side
Rashid Khan to Hardik Pandya, no run, drifts in with the arm, Hardik works it to short fine off the bat face, thinks of a quick single and decides against it almost instantly
Rashid Khan to Hardik Pandya, no run, tosses it up just outside off stump, Hardik gets forward and blocks under his nose
Rashid Khan to Hardik Pandya, no run, legspinner outside off, bowled on a goodish length and takes the ball away from the batsman, Hardik pokes in hope and is beaten
Rashid Khan to Hardik Pandya, no run, flighted full on off-stump, Hardik drives to long-off and denies the single

Rashid Khan [3.0-0-11-2] is back into the attack

Jasprit Bumrah, right handed bat, comes to the crease

39 needed from 24

S Kaul to Markande, out Lbw!! Can't get more plumb than that. Easier one for the umpire too. Full and straight from Siddarth Kaul, Markande went for the cross bat shot and missed the line completely. Gets hit low on the pad and looked guilty straightaway. No reviews left for MUM. Siddarth Kaul is pumped up and so is the entire HYD team. Markande lbw b S Kaul 1(2)

S Kaul to Markande, THAT'S OUT!! Lbw!!

S Kaul to Hardik Pandya, leg byes, 1 run, drifting into the pads from short of length, Hardik misses the flick and they steal a legbye as the ball rolls behind square
S Kaul to Hardik Pandya, no run, on a good length outside off, Pandya punches it towards cover
S Kaul to Markande, 1 run, short of length just outside off, Markande opens the bat face slightly and guides it down to third man

Mayank Markande, right handed bat, comes to the crease

S Kaul to McClenaghan, out Lbw!! Nowhere near the line of the delivery, played all around it and was a dead duck. Siddarth Kaul got the ball to hold its line around middle stump and the ball didn't rise as much, McClenaghan was searching for it but couldn't prevent the ball from smashing his pads. Plumb. Just below the knee roll. Umpire S Ravi's finger went up instantly and in the meantime the duo looked to steal a non-existent single. McClenaghan was sent back and had to put in a dive. McClenaghan lbw b S Kaul 0(2)

S Kaul to McClenaghan, THAT'S OUT!! Lbw!!


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