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Kolkata vs Mumbai - 41st Match

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

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

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

Kuldeep Yadav, left handed bat, comes to the crease

13.5
0
Cutting to Chawla, out Caught by Suryakumar Yadav!! Holes out in the deep. Swiped across the line of this slower ball, but got it right off the toe-end. The line was a touch wide of off, which didn't work in his favour either as he had to fetch it. Right down the throat of Suryakumar at deep mid-wicket. Chawla c Suryakumar Yadav b Cutting 11(13) [4s-1]

Cutting to Chawla, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

13.4
4
Cutting to Chawla, FOUR, awful delivery. Short of length ball down leg, Chawla helps it away past the keeper
13.3
1
Cutting to Tom Curran, 1 run, short of length delivery, pulled away off the front foot to deep mid-wicket
13.2
0
Cutting to Tom Curran, no run, loopy leg-cutter which dips into the blockhole and sneaks through Curran. Not far away from off-stump that
13.1
1
Cutting to Chawla, 1 run, short of length delivery outside off, off-pace from Cutting, chopped away through cover-point
12.6
1
Bumrah to Chawla, 1 run, nudged into the on-side
12.5
1
Bumrah to Tom Curran, 1 run, tries slotting the full ball through extra cover but Suryakumar slides and intercepts from mid-off
12.4
0
Bumrah to Tom Curran, no run, backed away a touch and took himself too far away from this full ball outside off. Couldn't get to it in the end
12.3
1
Bumrah to Chawla, 1 run, short of length at the body, Chawla swivels across to pull it down to fine leg

A hush in the crowd with this match already sealed

12.2
0
Bumrah to Chawla, no run, back of a length on off, defended to short cover
12.1
2
Bumrah to Chawla, 2 runs, length ball around off, Chawla gets his front leg out of the way as he slices it through extra-cover. Good chase from Cutting
11.6
0
Cutting to Tom Curran, no run, walks down the pitch way too early, Cutting cuts his fingers across the ball while digging it short. Gets it to dip under Curran's cross-batted swipe
11.5
4
Cutting to Tom Curran, FOUR, short of length, sits up for Curran who whacks it away through mid-wicket. Dismissive pull shot
11.4
0
Cutting to Tom Curran, no run, full length just outside off, Curran tries swinging through the line of it but is beaten on the outside edge
11.3
1
Cutting to Chawla, 1 run, short ball on off, Chawla ramps it on the bounce to Bumrah at third man
11.2
0
Cutting to Chawla, no run, short of length delivery in line with the stumps, fended off

Ben Cutting has only just been introduced into the attack, in the 12th over

11.1
0
Cutting to Chawla, no run, full toss outside off, mistimed to short cover

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

10.6
0
Bumrah to Tom Curran, no run, back of a length delivery at the stumps, blocked to short cover
10.5
1
Bumrah to Chawla, 1 run, length ball on leg, clipped away through square leg
10.4
0
Bumrah to Chawla, no run, short of length delivery on off, Chawla stays leg-side of it as he steers the ball to point
10.3
0
Bumrah to Chawla, no run, back of a length delivery on leg, blocked

Piyush Chawla, left handed bat, comes to the crease

10.2
0
Bumrah to Rinku Singh, out Caught by Ishan Kishan!! Very loose shot, especially with a slip in place. He's trying to steer this back of length delivery with an open face down to third man. All he does is poke it off the outside edge to Ishan Kishan. KOL going down in a heap. Rinku Singh c Ishan Kishan b Bumrah 5(3) [4s-1]

Bumrah to Rinku Singh, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

10.1
4
Bumrah to Rinku Singh, FOUR, short of length delivery angled away outside off, Rinku Singh delightfully ramps it over slip. Lovely touch

Jasprit Bumrah [1.0-0-7-0] is back into the attack

9.6
4
Hardik Pandya to Tom Curran, FOUR, streaky! Once again Curran plays down the wrong line. He wanted to punch the back of a length delivery and got an inside edge, the ball flies over the stumps and goes away to the fine leg fence
9.5
0
Hardik Pandya to Tom Curran, no run, back of a length on off, defended
9.4
0
Hardik Pandya to Tom Curran, no run, back of a length around off, Curran plays and misses. Nothing but a straight delivery and Curran played down the wrong line. Everything going Hardik's way

Involved in most run outs in T20 League:
32 Rohit
29 D KARTHIK *
28 MS Dhoni
27 Raina

9.3
1
Hardik Pandya to Rinku Singh, 1 run, slanted across the left-hander and Rinku Singh plays a dangerous steer to third man. There was a slip in place and Duminy at backward point was really close

Tom Curran, right handed bat, comes to the crease

9.2
0
Hardik Pandya to Nitish Rana, out Caught by Cutting!! That surely should be the game. Two in two for MUM. Fantastic catch from Cutting. Short delivery angled across the left-hander, Rana had to fetch the pull and all he could manage was a toe-end towards deep square leg, Cutting had to cover a lot of ground, he got there and slid across to complete the catch. He was out in similar fashion in the previous game as well. Problem area for Rana? Nitish Rana c Cutting b Hardik Pandya 21(19) [4s-2 6s-1]

Hardik Pandya to Nitish Rana, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

Rinku Singh, left handed bat, comes to the crease

9.1
0
Hardik Pandya to Nitish Rana, out Karthik Run Out!! Huge moment. The ball kissed the stumps but the LEDs didn't light up then, but it did when Hardik got his fingers to it with the ball still in contact with his forefinger. So the third umpire had a few replays and gave it in favour of Hardik. Very poor running this from KOL. Second run-out of the innings. Rana tapped the slower delivery towards backward point and took a few steps out, the ever eager Karthik was more than halfway down before being sent back, Duminy was the one who threw the ball and the rest as mentioned above. Karthik put in the dive but still was well short of the crease. Karthik run out (Duminy/Hardik Pandya) 5(3) [4s-1]

Hardik Pandya to Nitish Rana, THAT'S OUT!! Run Out!!

Third umpire called in for a run-out check. Hardik is not sure. He might have broken the stumps without the ball. Karthik is the one in question. The ball is in touch with his fingers as he whips the bails. Touch and go this. Kumar Dharmasena is the one in the hot seat. He is going for different angles. OUT!

Timeout! It has been all Mumbai so far. They started by getting rid of Narine in the first over. Lynn was thrown under the bus by Uthappa and Russell's promotion up the order also did not work out. This is the last recognised pair for KOL and they have to play out of their skins to pull this off.

8.6
4
Markande to Karthik, FOUR, smacked! Karthik needs to get on with the game. Tossed up on off and middle, Karthik bents his back knee and powers the sweep in front of square, splitting deep backward square and deep mid-wicket
8.5
1
Markande to Nitish Rana, 1 run, now goes for the fancy reverse sweep, off the glove and drops safely wide of short third man
8.4
6
Markande to Nitish Rana, SIX, much needed maximum for KOL. They have lost the momentum completely. Flatter delivery and Rana is quick to kneel down and deposit it over deep mid-wicket. Not off the middle but enough to clear the fielder
8.3
1
Markande to Karthik, 1 run, tad too full and Karthik whips it on the bounce to long-on
8.2
0
Markande to Karthik, no run, in the air and just short of Markande. Flighted delivery and Karthik is drawn into the drive, the ball dips in front of him and he scoops it uppishly back to the bowler. Lands just in front of Markande
8.1
1
Markande to Nitish Rana, 1 run, googly on the stumps, Rana sits down and sweeps to deep square leg

Dinesh Karthik, right handed bat, comes to the crease

7.6
0
Hardik Pandya to A Russell, out Caught by Markande!! Is that the game? Small moments make such a big difference. Rana wanted the single off the previous ball, but Russell was not interested. Had he crossed over, then he would not have been on strike. Off-cutter outside off, Russell was backing away and expecting another short delivery, then has to reach out to play the lofted drive, doesn't get the elevation and offers a simple catch to Markande at extra cover. A Russell c Markande b Hardik Pandya 2(4)

Hardik Pandya to A Russell, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

7.5
0
Hardik Pandya to A Russell, no run, struck on the body! Banged in and Russell was ducking to evade, but the ball does not rise as much as he anticipated and is hit on the left shoulder, the ball dribbles away to backward square and Russell is not interested in the single
7.4
1
Hardik Pandya to Nitish Rana, 1 run, back of a length outside off, Rana punches it on the up wide of mid-off. The elder brother tidies up
7.3
1
Hardik Pandya to A Russell, 1 run, 114.6kph short of length delivery and Russell goes hard on the pull, mistimed through mid-wicket
7.2
1
Hardik Pandya to Nitish Rana, 1 run, off-cutter with width outside off, Rana cuts it square on the off-side and Lewis does well to keep it to one
7.1
0
Hardik Pandya to Nitish Rana, no run, fuller and around off, Rana pushes it to mid-off
6.6
1
Markande to Nitish Rana, 1 run, fraction short and Rana is quick to rock back and pull it to deep mid-wicket
6.5
1
Markande to A Russell, 1 run, quicker and around off, Russell knocks it into the off-side and gets off the mark with a single

Andre Russell, right handed bat, comes to the crease

6.4
0
Markande to Uthappa, out Caught by Suryakumar Yadav!! Markande strikes in his first over. Uthappa scored a fifty in the reverse fixture but not today. And like the previous game, he falls to the leg-spinner. Backs away slightly to the leg-side, Markande pushed it through a bit and hence the slog sweep is not connected properly, hit it flat and straight to deep mid-wicket. Yadav did not have to move much to take that. Uthappa c Suryakumar Yadav b Markande 14(13) [6s-2]

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

6.3
1
Markande to Nitish Rana, 1 run, googly on the pads, nudged away square on the leg-side, for a single
6.2
1
Markande to Uthappa, 1 run, flatter and on the stumps, clipped away towards deep mid-wicket
6.1
0
Markande to Uthappa, no run, tossed up just outside off, Uthappa hangs back and knocks it to cover

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

Joint lowest PP score for KOL this season. They made 47 at Wankhede as well couple of days ago.

5.6
0
Hardik Pandya to Nitish Rana, no run, off-cutter and Rana made room to carve it through the off-side, the ball does not arrive and the shot is mistimed towards cover-point

Fine leg goes back and third man comes in

5.5
0
Hardik Pandya to Nitish Rana, no run, once more finds the same fielder. Back of a length and no room for Rana to work with, tapped to gully
5.4
0
Hardik Pandya to Nitish Rana, no run, on a length around off, Rana defends it to the man stationed at gully

Gully in now

5.3
4
Hardik Pandya to Nitish Rana, FOUR, bisected Ishan Kishan and wide slip to perfection. The off-cutter from Pandya and Rana read it early, waited back in his crease, opened the bat face and glided it right between the two fielders
5.2
0
Hardik Pandya to Nitish Rana, no run, back of a length close to off, Rana directs it to backward point with an open bat face
5.1
4
Hardik Pandya to Nitish Rana, FOUR, nice way to start the over. Rana gets a leg-stump half volley and he puts it away nonchalantly, leans forward and flicks it backward of square leg, fine leg was inside the ring and the man in the deep was square

Hardik Pandya, right-arm fast medium, comes into the attack

4.6
0
Bumrah to Uthappa, no run, now almost beats him on the inside edge. Nips back in from short of length and cramps Uthappa for room, he went for the steer to third man and got an inside edge that went past the stumps. So easily could have crashed into the stumps
4.5
0
Bumrah to Uthappa, no run, much better from Bumrah. That's where he needs to be. The three quarter length from the fast bowler and just outside off, Uthappa goes for a forward push and the ball holds its line to beat the outside edge. Bumrah had his hand up in excitement. He thought he had his man
4.4
6
Bumrah to Uthappa, SIX, wow! Uthappa has had his problems against the short ball this season, not this time though. Picked the short of length delivery early, transfers his weight onto the back foot and nails the pull over deep square leg. Went a long way back into the stands

Running out partner most times in T20 League:
22 Rohit Sharma
21 MS Dhoni
19 D Karthik
18 R UTHAPPA *
17 V Kohli

4.3
1
Bumrah to Nitish Rana, 1 run, back of a length on off, Rana drops it with soft hands into the off-side, quick single taken
4.2
0
Bumrah to Nitish Rana, no run, good length ball on off, Rana defends with the bat and pad close together
4.1
0
Bumrah to Nitish Rana, no run, beats the bat first ball. The natural angle that Bumrah generates takes the ball away from Rana, who has a tentative poke at that. Beaten by a long distance on the outside edge

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

Nitish Rana, left handed bat, comes to the crease

3.6
0
Krunal Pandya to Uthappa, out Chris Lynn Run Out!! Yes-no and Lynn is gone. Massive wicket for Mumbai. Lynn was looking in good form and Uthappa has sold him down the river. Made room to punch the flatter delivery to cover-point, called for a single and took a couple of steps out, then said no and by that time Lynn was more than halfway down the wicket. All Suryakumar had to do was throw the ball to Krunal and he did the rest. Lynn is fuming as he walks back. Chris Lynn run out (Suryakumar Yadav/Krunal Pandya) 21(15) [4s-3 6s-1]

Krunal Pandya to Uthappa, THAT'S OUT!! Run Out!!

3.5
6
Krunal Pandya to Uthappa, SIX, not middled but Uthappa will take it. He loves facing the spinners. Bit of air given by Krunal and that is enough for Uthappa to get underneath it, sliced the on-drive over the wide long-on fence
3.4
0
Krunal Pandya to Uthappa, no run, quicker and sliding on, Uthappa wrists it to mid-on, middled it and hence could not cross over for the single
3.3
1
Krunal Pandya to Chris Lynn, 1 run, shimmies down and Krunal smartly slows the pace, eased down to long-off
3.2
0
Krunal Pandya to Chris Lynn, no run, makes room and connects with the flatter delivery, can't get the punch past extra cover
3.1
0
Krunal Pandya to Chris Lynn, no run, drifts in and Lynn mistimes the drive back to Krunal
2.6
1
McClenaghan to Chris Lynn, 1 run, once more offers no pace on the ball and Lynn chops the cut to the man sweeping on the off-side
2.5
0
McClenaghan to Chris Lynn, no run, change of pace and Lynn bunts it into the off-side with a closed bat face
2.4
4
McClenaghan to Chris Lynn, FOUR, McClenaghan has lost the plot a bit against Lynn. Goes short and at the body, no pace this time and Lynn is able to pick his spot, swivels around and places the pull backward of square. All along the ground
2.3
6
McClenaghan to Chris Lynn, SIX, smashed! That has gone around 30 rows back. Back of a length and McClenaghan had become predictable there, Lynn lined up for that length and muscled the pull over deep square leg. That came right off the screws
2.2
0
McClenaghan to Chris Lynn, no run, in the air and safe. Ishan Kishan slips while going for the catch. McClenaghan rushes Lynn with a short delivery, the top-edge deflects off the helmet and went straight up. Kishan started running forward, but slipped while doing so and the ball dropped in front of him. How costly will that be? Rohit is not happy with his keeper
2.1
0
McClenaghan to Chris Lynn, no run, short of length angled across off, Lynn stands tall to slap it through the off-side, the ball climbs bit more than he anticipated and hence he checked it to cover. Landed in front of Lewis at cover
1.6
0
Krunal Pandya to Uthappa, no run, turning away from the batsman and Uthappa plays it late with an open bat face, directs it to short third man. Tidy start from the elder Pandya, only 2 runs off it
1.5
1
Krunal Pandya to Chris Lynn, 1 run, short and hint of space around off, Lynn punches it towards extra cover. Rohit runs to his left, tumbles over and makes a half stop, enough for the duo to cross over for the single
1.4
0
Krunal Pandya to Chris Lynn, no run, slower and on the stumps, Lynn blocks it back to Krunal
1.3
1
Krunal Pandya to Uthappa, 1 run, the dragged back length and Uthappa works it through mid-wicket, just a single
1.2
0
Krunal Pandya to Uthappa, no run, turn for Krunal. And plenty of it. Shortens the length and gets it to spin across the right-hander, Uthappa camping back was looking to nudge it into the leg-side, aborts at the last second
1.1
0
Krunal Pandya to Uthappa, no run, stifled appeal for LBW. No discussion regarding the review. The drifter which slides on, Uthappa went down to play the sweep, misses and is rapped on the pads. The ball might have been sliding down leg?

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

0.6
0
McClenaghan to Chris Lynn, no run, back of a length around off, Lynn hangs back and defends to cover. 12 runs and a wicket. MUM would take that
0.5
4
McClenaghan to Chris Lynn, FOUR, now on the other side of the ground. McClenaghan needs to stick to one plan. Short and on leg-stump, Lynn didn't go hard on the pull, just relied on placing it fine and pocketing a boundary
0.4
4
McClenaghan to Chris Lynn, FOUR, streaky! But Lynn won't mind it. He's off the mark with a boundary. The idea from McClenaghan is to push it across the right-hander, Lynn throws everything at the drive and the outside edge runs away fine

Wide slip in place

0.3
0
McClenaghan to Chris Lynn, no run, fuller and slanted outside off, Lynn with a bent back knee went for the drive and dragged it off the inner portion of the bat to mid-on, sends Uthappa back on the single

Robin Uthappa, right handed bat, comes to the crease

0.2
0
McClenaghan to Narine, out Caught by Krunal Pandya!! Narine gone. This was always on the cards. The short of length delivery has caused problems for Narine and he succumbs to it. McClenaghan angled it into the left-hander and Narine went through with the flat-batted pull, high on the bat and a skier to mid-on. Krunal steadies himself under the night sky and pouches it calmly. Perfect start for MUM and not so for KOL. Narine c Krunal Pandya b McClenaghan 4(2) [4s-1]

McClenaghan to Narine, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

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McClenaghan to Narine, FOUR, just over. For a second Narine would have had his heart in his mouth. The full length delivery from McClenaghan, Narine stays leg-side and toe-ends the loft over Rohit at mid-off. He was standing well inside the circle. Had he been on the edge, he would have gobbled that up

Narine and Chris Lynn are at the crease. Narine is on strike. McClenaghan will open the attack