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Hyderabad vs Mumbai - 7th Match

Series: Indian T20 League, 2018
Venue: Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
Date: 12 April 2018

Hyderabad 151/9 (20 Ovs) RR: 7.55 | Hyderabad won by 1 wkt


Two heartbreaking defeats in a row for MUM, but that's how it goes. They should be proud of making a match of it, and even more proud of their 20-year old leg-spinner who's proving to be a real find. So that's it from us here. This is Sagar Chawla signing off on behalf of Akshay Maanay, Pradeep Krishnamurthy, Abhinand Raghavendran, Rishi Roy and our scorer Naga. Good night!

Rashid Khan, MoM: "Dot balls is crucial in such a short format. That was the plan to bowl as many dot balls as possible. That was the message from the management to go and enjoy yourself, that's what I did. I just try my best to bowl in good length area and mix it up for the batsman. As he's in his stance, I can see where he's trying to hit. Love to bowl both, the leg-spinner and the googly. People back home love the fact that Afghanistan players are playing here. We want to see their smiling faces, because what's happening there is not so good. That's what all of us are striving for. Want to dedicate this win to my friend whose son is in the hospital. Everything will go to him."

Williamson, HYD captain: "One of those games that comes down to the wire. The surface was a bit different than the last one, and we were slow to adapt. Hooda at the end was outstanding. He (Rashid Khan) seems to just turn up and is so world-class in how he operates. He's a great weapon for us. We have a number of very talented local bowlers. Sandeep bowled very nicely tonight. We fought back well after the powerplay. At the halfway stage, I thought it was going to be scrappy because the wicket was slowing up. The last ball can go either way so it was nice to win. It's important we adapt well, learn from some things from this game."

Mayank Markande (purple cap): "It was a great feeling for me, my first season, feeling very happy. He (Rohit) didn't tell me a lot, just asked me to stick to the basics."

Dhawan (orange cap): "It feels good. I get it (orange cap) for the first time in 10 years. Very happy about it. He (Mayank Markande) is very good. Look forward to playing against him. Very impressive bowling performance."

Rohit Sharma, MUM captain: "Still early days. It was a good game. I'm sure everyone enjoyed it. Being on the receiving end for the second time is tough to digest. It wasn't a good enough total, and our batsmen should have done better, but the bowlers showed a lot of character to get us back into the game. We have a great squad, and for the youngsters to come out and perform, it's amazing. They have a long way to go. Tough luck, we fought till the end, but to lose isn't a great feeling."

23:49 Local Time, 18:19 GMT, 23:49 IST: This is just bonkers. The crowd are celebrating madly as HYD clinch an absolute thriller by one wicket. A sporting smile from Rohit as he saw Stanlake's loft clear the infield, even as the HYD players came bolting to the centre in jubilation. How in the world did this match finish the way it did? The Hyderabad should've had it stamped and delivered after the opening partnership. But it was 20-year old Mayank Markande again, inspiring Mumbai to a comeback of great proportions with a four-wicket spell. Such a pity that, like the Chennai game, he has to finish on the losing side again. Even after his spell though, Hooda and Pathan seemed to have it in control. But Bumrah came alive in the pre-penultimate over, redeeming himself from the previous game and opened it up again. With 11 needed off the final over, a six off the first ball by Hooda made the equation simpler for the hosts, and then Stanlake played his part too to get them over the line. So it's the second straight win for HYD to start the tournament.

Cutting to Stanlake, FOUR, Billy Billy Billy... oh my days! He has lofted this slower ball over mid-wicket to seal it for HYD. What a shot to play. The fact that HYD couldn't have lost would have helped, but what a hero

Twitter Musings #28, last one today: "I want a super over now, so that I can chew my nails to the skin!" tweets Bharat Gunhalkar (@Iambharat82) - Okay, the thought of that gives me the creeps

Everyone is in to save the single. Ishan Kishan has only one glove on, if he's needed to throw the ball

Cutting to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, top-edged pull, loops up towards Bumrah at short fine leg, but falls short. HYD can't lose now. Cutting drops to his haunches as he watches Bumrah fail to get to the ball. Massive roar from the crowd

Another chat between the skipper and bowler. This time both fine leg and third man are up. Cutting will come from round the wicket for Hooda. Pensive faces everywhere. Pathan is staring into nothingness, pondering over his shot. Doesn't matter now. Here we go. Two needed from two

Cutting to Stanlake, 1 run, slower ball on leg, Stanlake does just about the best thing he could do. He nudges it softly in front of short mid-wicket and runs for his life. Gets a big cheer from the crowd

Long chat between Rohit and Cutting. Field-placement, the delivery he's going to bowl, everything. Gee what drama. Okay, so fine leg is back and mid-off is up.

Twitter Musings #27: "Why don't you go with your Frontline bowler if you picked him." tweets Shashank (@shashanks676) - You said it Shashank: Because you need a death bowler, not a frontline one...

Cutting to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, overpitched ball outside off, drilled down towards long-off where Pollard swiftly moves to his right and is even more swift in getting rid of the throw. It now leaves the No. 11 exposed
Cutting to Deepak Hooda, no run, gets it spot on this time. A wide back of length delivery outside off, Hooda slashes at it but misses out
Cutting to Deepak Hooda, wide, now a wide. Cutting buckling under pressure. The idea is to bowl wide of off, but he's lost the angle from round the wicket and gone way too wide
Cutting to Deepak Hooda, SIX, he has clubbed this for six! What a start to the over. Low full toss wide of off from round the wicket, Hooda shuffles across a bit, bends his back knee and frees his arms. Muscles it over long-off

Ben Cutting [3.0-0-26-0] is back into the attack

Billy Stanlake, left handed bat, comes to the crease

In a brainfade, it looks like Sandeep and Hooda crossed before the catch was taken. We'll have confirmation in a bit. No they haven't. Hooda is on strike against Cutting, HYD need 11 off the final one that will be bowled by Cutting

Mustafizur to Sandeep Sharma, out Caught by Krunal Pandya!! Sandeep does in fact look for the boundary. He walks across, bends his back knee and tries for the same scoop that Kedar Jadhav hit for six a few nights back against Mustafizur. But what Sandeep achieves is very different. He doesn't get it anywhere near the middle, and spoons it up to short fine leg. Mustafizur raises his arms as the MUM fans go wild. Sandeep Sharma c Krunal Pandya b Mustafizur 0(2)

Mustafizur to Sandeep Sharma, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

Mustafizur to Sandeep Sharma, no run, what an over from Mustafizur it has been. He employs the wide line again, cuts his fingers across the ball and beats Sandeep's dab. No what does he do? They surely can't take a single. So does he go for the boundary?

Sandeep Sharma, right handed bat, comes to the crease

Mustafizur to S Kaul, out Caught&Bowled!! Taken one-handed. The Mumbai supporters in the crowd erupt. Kaul was probably surprised by the line from Mustafizur here - it was full at the stumps after the previous two which were wide of him. He chips the off-cutter straight back, where Mustafizur sticks a hand out and the ball sticks. This will be some comeback from MUM if they pull it off. S Kaul c and b Mustafizur 0(4)

Mustafizur to S Kaul, THAT'S OUT!! Caught&Bowled!!

Mustafizur to S Kaul, no run, full off-cutter wide of off, Kaul swings his hands into a drive but it's out of his reach. Remember Vijay Shankar in the Nidahas final? This isn't an easy line

Hooda comes down to have a word

Mustafizur to S Kaul, no run, huge roar from the crowd anticipating a caught-behind, but Kaul has missed this by quite a bit. He's flat-footed on the crease as this off-cutter grips sharply and beats his dab
Mustafizur to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, length ball outside off, off-cutter, Hooda chops it through the covers - no timing

Mustafizur Rahman [3.0-0-23-1] is back into the attack

Hooda becomes such a key now, with HYD needing 12 from 12. Three wickets remaining. Tension everywhere.

Bumrah to S Kaul, no run, full ball at the stumps, Kaul keeps it out

Siddarth Kaul, right handed bat, comes to the crease

Twitter Musings #26: "Rohit should go for the gamble. 2 Righty batsmen, why doesn't he try Krunal?" tweets Nitin (@nitin_quiry) - I think Bumrah is doing a fair job. On a hat-trick.

Now a slip in place too. Crowd is buzzing as Bumrah runs in

Bumrah to Rashid Khan, out Caught by Ishan Kishan!! Oh my, what do we have here! Bumrah has ripped the game open once more with two in two. Pacy full ball outside off, the punchy fellow that Rashid is, he goes for an ambitious cover drive but can only nick it to the keeper. Hat-trick ball coming up. Rashid Khan c Ishan Kishan b Bumrah 0(1)

Bumrah to Rashid Khan, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

Rashid Khan, right handed bat, comes to the crease

Bumrah to Y Pathan, out Caught by Pollard!! HYD are close, but this is still not over. Bumrah rushes Pathan with this short of length delivery which hurries onto his attempted pull shot. He was caught on the swivel as it spooned up off the splice, before nestling into the bucket hands of Pollard at mid-wicket. Y Pathan c Pollard b Bumrah 14(14) [4s-2]

Bumrah to Y Pathan, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

Bumrah to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, speared in full on middle and leg, Hooda yanks his legs out of the way and drives through the covers. Hooda turns around looking for the second but is sent back by a baffled Pathan. They come together for a word after it
Bumrah to Y Pathan, 1 run, yorker length ball outside off, sliced down to third man
Bumrah to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, good length ball around off, Hooda hoicks it down to long-on

Jasprit Bumrah [3.0-0-29-0] is back into the attack

Cutting to Y Pathan, FOUR, this has been a really sensible partnership for the most part, and here comes the reward. Cutting sprays on the pads, allowing Pathan an easy release of pressure as he glances it away past short fine leg
Cutting to Y Pathan, no run, misjudges a good length delivery for a short one and misses out on his cut. Hard to play a horizontal shot against that length
Cutting to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, slower short of length delivery, a bit too slow for Hooda who's early into the swat-pull and under-edges it into the on-side
Cutting to Y Pathan, 1 run, back of a length from Cutting again, another dab to short third man

Twitter Musings #25: "Krunal could have been used wisely by #mi he could have completed his spell" tweets Abhijith (@Abhijit66661335) - Slightly conservative approach by Rohit, yes...

Cutting to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, slower cutter, dabbed to short third man
Cutting to Deepak Hooda, 2 runs, this is close, it's real close. Desperate dive from Hooda which could save him, but it's touch and go. Oh wow, the dive has saved him. He threw himself towards the crease from 10 yards out and just about slid his bat inside the crease by an inch or two, by the time Ishan Kishan took off the bails. Crazy running though, taking on Lewis's arm at deep mid-wicket. It was a strong flat throw too. Phew

Ben Cutting [2.0-0-17-0] is back into the attack

Only a run-a-ball needed for HYD. No need to panic. MUM no longer Markande up their sleeve either, and they only have one more over of Bumrah. Time for a time-out!

Mustafizur to Y Pathan, no run, Pathan, on the other hand, is quite prepared to play from the crease. That's when Mustafizur's angle becomes tricky to negotiate, like is the case here. The off-cutter cuts away and beats Pathan's outside edge as he tries to dab it fine
Mustafizur to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, he's almost premeditating the line from Mustafizur and walking across even as the ball is bowled. Manages to dab this off-cutter to short third man for a single
Mustafizur to Y Pathan, 1 run, full ball slanted wide of off, slapped to sweeper cover
Mustafizur to Y Pathan, no run, back of a length delivery cutting away from off, stabbed to point

HYD just have to keep their heads here. Barring something sensational from Mumbai, they've got this.

Mustafizur to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, covers the line this time as he walks across the stumps, nudges a single to mid-on
Mustafizur to Deepak Hooda, no run, back of length off-cutter angled wide of off, Hooda shuffles across to run it to third man but fails

Mustafizur Rahman [2.0-0-20-1] is back into the attack

Twitter Musings #24: "One more wicket and this can be another last-over nail-biting match!" tweets Ayush Jain (@AjAyushjain49)

Bumrah to Deepak Hooda, 3 runs, fuller than a good length just outside off, Hooda crashes it on the up - sending it rocketing to the right of Sangwan at sweeper cover. There's an understandable misfield, but he recovers to prevent it from rolling into the boundary
Bumrah to Y Pathan, 1 run, this is sensational from Cutting. He's saved it from going for six. Full ball around off, Pathan miscues off the inside half but such is the power that it still travels quite a way. Would have cleared the ropes too, if not for Cutting's brilliant leap at long-on. He actually took the catch, and then threw it back in after figuring out that he was landing behind the ropes
Bumrah to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, steers it down to third man
Bumrah to Y Pathan, 1 run, back of a length cutter outside off, dabbed to third man
Bumrah to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, the dive saves Hooda. But was Bumrah standing too far behind the stumps as well? Had to stretch out quite a bit to break the stumps. Back of length delivery, worked wide of short mid-wicket. There's hesitation between the two batsmen which sees Hooda try to run back for the second, but Pathan is less keen. The throw is nice and flat from Lewis, Hooda is in though
Bumrah to Deepak Hooda, no run, back of a length delivery slanted in on off, tucked to short mid-wicket by Hooda

Jasprit Bumrah [2.0-0-22-0] is back into the attack

Twitter Musings #23: "Whether a batsman is in sublime form or not, they should respect a good bowler. HYD are just one good partnership away from their 2nd win while MUM are just couple of wickets away." tweets Arya Harish (@aryaharish28)

Cutting to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, clipped away through mid-wicket
Cutting to Y Pathan, 1 run, back of length again, off-pace delivery, Pathan knocks it down to long-on
Cutting to Y Pathan, no run, slower ball on a back of length, Pathan defends down the pitch
Cutting to Y Pathan, FOUR, pivots on the back leg and whip-pulls this delivery to the left of fine leg. Ordinary short of length delivery from Cutting, sitting up comfortably around Pathan's chest to be dispatched
Cutting to Y Pathan, no run, back of a length delivery on off, blocked to mid-off
Cutting to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, back of length cutter from Cutting, Hooda dabs to third man

Ben Cutting [1.0-0-10-0] is back into the attack

Twitter Musings #22: "Shakib out... Totally up to Hooda and Yusuf now. Game on," tweets Arnab K Ghosh (@acesTofficial)

Yusuf Pathan, right handed bat, comes to the crease

Markande to Shakib, out Bowled!! What a soft, soft dismissal. He had so much time on the back foot, how did he even edge it! Shortish googly from Markande, sits up outside off. Shakib is back in the crease to tamely pat it away through point, but all he does is chop it back onto the stumps. What a spell from Markande to give Mumbai hope from a pretty hopeless situation. He's done though, will the others rise? Shakib b Markande 12(12) [4s-1]

Markande to Shakib, THAT'S OUT!! Bowled!!

Markande to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, shimmies out and pushes to long-on
Markande to Shakib, 1 run, lovely bowling this, just not allowing them to get to the pitch. Flighted leg-break turning in from outside off, Shakib lunges out and flat-bats the drive to long-off
Markande to Shakib, no run, bowls the googly from round the wicket, Shakib was drawn into playing away from the body and he probably didn't pick it either. Squirts it off a thick edge to backward point
Markande to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, teasing flight on the leg-break, Hooda stretches out to meet it and then punches down to long-on
Markande to Deepak Hooda, no run, flicks the googly to short mid-wicket

Twitter Musings #21: "Why not Yusuf? He would go for the full monty off Markande" tweets Aditya Maharshi (@Adityamaharshi5) - The night is still young my friend. Shyam abhi jawan hai

Mustafizur to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, angles this off-cutter away on a back of length, faintest of edges from Hooda - almost a copy of the KW dismissal - but this one doesn't carry to the keeper. It falls just in front of him, and he fumbles it down towards third man
Mustafizur to Shakib, 1 run, pretty high full toss on middle, Shakib gets it towards the splice as he mistimes the flick through mid-wicket
Mustafizur to Shakib, 2 runs, back of a length off-cutter on middle, Shakib tucks it backward of square. He's placed it in the gap, allowing him the time to come back for two
Mustafizur to Shakib, FOUR, poor delivery from Mustafizur, can't afford to release the pressure this way. MUM don't have much to play with. Short and wide, Shakib sizes it up early and slaps it through point
Mustafizur to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, shuffles across the stumps and works this full ball wide of mid-on
Mustafizur to Shakib, 1 run, short of length delivery outside off, Shakib back-cuts down to third man

Mustafizur Rahman [1.0-0-10-1] is back into the attack

Markande to Deepak Hooda, FOUR, charges out to the pitch of the ball and smokes it down the ground. What a way to start from Hooda. Wow
Markande to Shakib, 1 run, gets down on one knee and paddles it round the corner
Markande to Shakib, no run, slices the googly to backward point
Markande to Shakib, no run, turning in on off, cramps Shakib for room who cuts to backward point

Deepak Hooda, right handed bat, comes to the crease

Markande to Manish Pandey, out Caught by Rohit!! Almost a horrible bit of miscommunication between Markande and Rohit, but the Mumbai skipper just about takes it in the end. He can see the funny side now, won't have been so funny had it gone down. But what a horrible shot from Pandey. All HYD need to do here is knock Markande around, the rate is under control. But Pandey charges out for a big hit. He's done in by the flight, and skies it up off a leading edge. It was Markande's catch, but the youngster leaves it to the skipper without any indication. At the very last moment, Rohit sinks low and snaffles it off the turf. Phew. The 20-year old is inspiring the visitors and keeping them in it. Manish Pandey c Rohit b Markande 11(8) [4s-1]

Markande to Manish Pandey, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

Markande to Manish Pandey, 2 runs, nicely flighted leg-break from Markande, but Pandey gets to it with a good stride and drives to the left of long-off. Easy two
Krunal Pandya to Manish Pandey, 1 run, too full, Pandey reaches out and drives it to long-off
Krunal Pandya to Manish Pandey, no run, Pandey is cramped for room on this occasion. Bit of extra bounce as well. Does well in the end to keep it out
Krunal Pandya to Shakib, 1 run, turning away a tad, Shakib stays back to guide it towards backward point
Krunal Pandya to Manish Pandey, 1 run, firmly driven down to long-off
Krunal Pandya to Manish Pandey, 2 runs, jogs down and push-drives through the cover region
Krunal Pandya to Shakib, 1 run, cover-driven to sweeper cover

Krunal Pandya [1.0-0-4-0] is back into the attack

Markande to Manish Pandey, FOUR, shot! Too short, Pandey stays back and cuts it square of the wicket. Powerfully hit

Shakib Al Hasan, left handed bat, comes to the crease

Twitter Musings #20: "HYD middle order will be tested for the first time. Facing Markande with Williamson back in the hut is never going to be easy. Game is evenly poised now." tweets Arya Harish(@aryaharish28) - Dhawan's wicket further reinforces your point.

Markande to Dhawan, out Caught by Bumrah!! In 35 balls that he has bowled in T20 League, Mayank Markande has dismissed Dhoni and Dhawan. His CV will look good, for sure. So, Dhawan plays a high-risk shot and perishes. Was a quick and flattish leg-break, Dhawan goes down for the big slog sweep and top-edges straight to the man at long leg. Bumrah, the man in the deep, held his ground and took a calm catch. He was inches in front of the boundary rope. Went a couple of steps back, but looked back to find himself just in. Dhawan c Bumrah b Markande 45(28) [4s-8]

Markande to Dhawan, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

Markande to Manish Pandey, 1 run, Pandey leans forward, opens the bat-face and taps it to backward point for a single
Markande to Dhawan, 1 run, Markande shortens the length and that's been punched down to long-off
Markande to Dhawan, no run, pushed to covers
Markande to Dhawan, leg byes, 2 runs, leg-break, Dhawan misses the glance - beaten by extra bounce. The ball rolls to point and a needless shy at the bowler's end allows the duo to steal a second

Manish Pandey, right handed bat, comes to the crease

Mustafizur to Williamson, out Caught by Ishan Kishan!! Another review from MUM. This time against KW for caught behind. Fair delivery. There's a sound. We'll have Ultraedge in a short while to confirm. There's a little spike. Is that enough for the on-field call to be reversed? I wouldn't want to be the third umpire. Well, the call has been made. Overturned! Two overs, two reviews and two wickets. Mumbai are coming back. It was the cutter from Mustafizur and Williamson tried to run it down to third man. Gets a faint outside edge and Ishan Kishan pouched it with ease. The keeper and the bowler heard it. Williamson c Ishan Kishan b Mustafizur 6(4) [4s-1]

Mustafizur to Williamson, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!


Mustafizur to Williamson, FOUR, fullish ball outside off, Williamson opens the bat-face at the very last moment and runs it down to third man. Got it very fine
Mustafizur to Dhawan, 1 run, Dhawan punches this back of a length delivery to cover off the back foot and sets off for a run - a non-existent one. The fielder is quick to let go of the ball, but doesn't account the direct hit. Had he found the target, Dhawan would have been a goner
Mustafizur to Dhawan, no run, short of length delivery that decks in a tad, Dhawan chops it to cover off the inside half

Twitter Musings #19: "Dhawan is in Mandhanaesque form" tweets Abhay Chaudhary (@ImAbhay3) - Goes to show the strides that womens' cricket has taken in the recent past, especially in India.

Mustafizur to Dhawan, FOUR, bangs one short does Mustafizur and there's no venom. Dhawan fetches it from well outside off and swivel-pulls it in front of square on the leg-side. He was in total control of the shot
Mustafizur to Williamson, 1 run, length ball, knocked towards mid-on

Mustafizur Rahman, left-arm fast medium, comes into the attack

Markande to Williamson, 1 run, stump-to-stump line, nudged to backward square leg

Kane Williamson, right handed bat, comes to the crease

Markande to Saha, out Lbw!! An appeal for lbw against Saha and umpire Nigel Llong shakes his head in denial. Well, MUM have decided to review. Fair delivery. It was the quicker googly and Saha was way out of his crease and the impact is above the knee-roll. What does the ball-tracker say? Three reds and Saha has to go. Llong can't belive it and so can't I. Brilliant review from Mumbai. Saha misses the clip as he didn't the pick the wrong 'un and was also late to bring his bat down. HawkEye showed it be hitting the leg stump. There's the breakthrough and it's the 20-year-old who does the job for the visitors. Saha lbw b Markande 22(20) [4s-3]

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

Markande to Dhawan, 1 run, Dhawan comes down the track and is nowhere close to the pitch of the ball. Looks to work it through the on-side and gets it off the inside half towards backward square leg
Markande to Dhawan, no run, pushed towards mid-on
Markande to Dhawan, FOUR, crashed away! The googly from Markande, but it's short and wide outside off. Dhawan trks back and muscles the cut through extra cover. Lewis sprints across and dives to his left, in vain
Markande to Saha, 1 run, fetches the leg-break from outside off and sweeps it off the toe-end to backward square leg

Mayank Markande, right-arm leg break, comes into the attack

Umpire Nandan signals time-out and almost gets knocked out by the ball that was thrown towards him. No damage, though. That's been HYD's going so far along with plenty of runs. The required run-rate is below 7 now. The visitors are yet to unleash the Fizz. For now, it's the leggie who impressed in the previous match. A slip in place.

Bumrah to Dhawan, FOUR, edged, missed the stumps and races away to the fence. 14 runs off the over. It was a skiddy length ball from round the wicket and Dhawan checked his cross-batted stroke. The ball trimmed the inside edge, missed the sticks and evaded the keeper to the fine leg fence
Bumrah to Dhawan, FOUR, 50 up for HYD! In a quick time. This was a pacy good length ball on middle and leg, Dhawan helps it along its way to fine leg. Runs coming thick and fast for the hosts
Bumrah to Dhawan, no run, Dhawan gives the charge. Dances down the track and looks to slash this short of length delivery through the off-side. Misses as the ball goes over the horizontal blade
Bumrah to Saha, 1 run, there's the width outside off and Saha is happy to guide it down to third man
Bumrah to Dhawan, 1 run, shifts to round the wicket and bowls the slower delivery. Tapped towards cover-point for an easy single
Bumrah to Dhawan, FOUR, Bumrah overpitches and Dhawan takes heavy toll of it. The back leg is bent, to the pitch and then creamed the cover drive. The placement was spot on too

Jasprit Bumrah [1.0-0-8-0] is back into the attack

Krunal Pandya to Dhawan, 1 run, shorter in length, punched down to long-on
Krunal Pandya to Saha, 1 run, straighter and fuller, Saha closes the bat-face to work it through the leg-side
Krunal Pandya to Saha, no run, was that a chance? Saha backed away and Pandya followed him. Got a bit of turn and Saha missed the cut. The keeper failed to catch it cleanly. Not sure if there was any bat involved
Krunal Pandya to Dhawan, 1 run, these left-handed batsmen just can't stay in the crease against the left-arm bowlers. Uses of the feet from Dhawan, is no where to pitch of the ball, drags it away to deep square leg
Krunal Pandya to Dhawan, no run, flat ball at 91.2kph, defended back to the bowler
Krunal Pandya to Saha, 1 run, darts a full ball from round the wicket, Saha walks forward and across to work it wide of mid-on

Krunal Pandya, left-arm orthodox, comes into the attack

Spin time.

Cutting to Dhawan, 2 runs, another good looking flick from Dhawan. Full on the pads and the southpaw wristed it over the mid-wicket region. Lewis, in the deep, runs across and mops it up
Cutting to Saha, 1 run, Saha is back to running the ball down to third man. Used Cutting's pace and width to good effect
Cutting to Saha, FOUR, Cutting hurls one fuller and Saha decides to go after it. It was bowled wide of off, Saha comes down for a walk and muscles it over the bowler's head to collect his third boundary
Cutting to Dhawan, 1 run, 135.5kph back of a length delivery that doesn't rise much and Dhawan gets an under-edge on his pull. A single towards square leg
Cutting to Saha, 1 run, another off-paced delivery - at 113.6kph, Saha runs it down to third man
Cutting to Dhawan, 1 run, Cutting starts with a cutter, easily picked and tapped in front of backward point for a single

Ben Cutting, right-arm fast medium, comes into the attack

Sangwan to Saha, no run, stump-to-stump line, defended with soft hands
Sangwan to Saha, FOUR, the top-edge goes over the keeper's head and runs away for another boundary. No luck lor Sangwan, who banged one short and the bal got big on the batsman. Saha, despite not being in a good position, went with the pull shot. He will be happy with the result though
Sangwan to Saha, no run, in-angler, Saha inside-edges the push towards backward square leg
Sangwan to Saha, FOUR, dropped! Cutting is the culprit. An ugly hoick attempted from Saha and he mistimed it horribly. Cutting, at mid-on, went back and got to the ball, but couldn't hold onto it. What's worse? He allows it go for a boundary. It was a good length ball and Saha was slightly late into his shot
Sangwan to Dhawan, leg byes, 1 run, pacy length ball straying on the pads, Dhawan misses the flick. The ball dies down on the leg-side
Sangwan to Dhawan, FOUR, how good are those wrists? Must have learnt a bit from VVS. Wasn't a bad ball at all from Sangwan. On a good length and on middle and leg, Dhawan stayed in his crease and flicked it nonchalantly over and wide of mid-on
Bumrah to Dhawan, 1 run, tap-and-run single. Good length ball, Dhawan pushes it with soft hands to Bumrah's right. The mid-off fielder is on the edge
Bumrah to Dhawan, FOUR, second boundary for Dhawan. didn't try to over-hit, timed it well and the placement was good. The line is too straight from Bumrah - strayed on the pads and Dhawan used his wrists to glance it away in front of square on the leg-side. The man inside the 30-yard circle gives a chase, but can only escort the ball to the fence
Bumrah to Saha, 1 run, the bottom-hand comes off the handle after making contact with the ball. Length ball outside off, guided to third man
Bumrah to Dhawan, 1 run, there's the cutter at 113kph, picked by Dhawan. Shuffles and gently turns it into the on-side
Bumrah to Saha, 1 run, similar ball, the batsman hops and opens the face of his blade to steer it down to third man

A slip in place

Bumrah to Saha, no run, Bumrah starts with his trademark in-angler, on a length at 137.1kph, Saha rides the bounce and taps it towards point

Jasprit Bumrah, right-arm fast medium, comes into the attack

Sangwan to Saha, 1 run, the line is too straight, Saha nudges it to backward square leg
Sangwan to Saha, no run, short of length, punched to cover off the back foot
Sangwan to Saha, no run, almost chopped on! This one decked in off the deck and Saha didn't account for the movement. Looked to push it away with hard hands and got an inside edge, that missed the stumps by a few inches
Sangwan to Dhawan, 1 run, Sangwan gets this short of a good length ball to shape away a tad and Dhawan spots it. Covers the line and taps it in front of point for a quick single
Sangwan to Dhawan, FOUR, Dhawan is underway! That's bread and butter for Gabbar. Too wide and he'll punish you all day. The length was on the shorter side as well - the recipe to get hit. Dhawan flashes his bat at it and slaps it through extra cover. Off the mark with a boundary
Sangwan to Saha, 1 run, Sangwan, from over the wicket, starts with a short of length delivery on the ribs, tucked towards square leg for a single

Saha and Dhawan are at the crease. Saha is on strike. Sangwan will open the attack