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Mumbai vs Chennai - 1st Match

Series: Indian T20 League, 2018
Venue: Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
Date: 07 April 2018

Chennai 169/9 (19.5 Ovs) RR: 8.52 | Chennai won by 1 wkt

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00:15 Local Time, 18:45 GMT, 00:15 IST: Yeah, safe to say CHN were missed. An insane finish to an insane game of cricket, which weirdly enough was everything that the T20 League is about. And haven't we been desperately waiting for it to get underway. It's well past midnight, so let's just take that Dwayne Bravo knock with us back home, fresh in our minds - especially that stunning six over extra cover. He was good. Boy he was good. I've been Sagar Chawla, and on behalf of Raju Peethala, Pradeep Krishnamurthy, Abhinand Raghavendran, Nikhil Jadhav and our scorer Siva, it's goodbye and good night!

This is CHN's first one wicket win in T20 League. Previous fewest was by three wickets vs BLR in Ranchi in 2015

Bravo, MoM: It was a great team effort. Want to dedicate this win to CHN fans. They waited so long for this moment. I'm happy to contribute with a match-winning performance. CHN have shown lot of faith in me. Wanted to give myself the best opportunity to start well. Have been working a lot on my batting. Here at Wankhede, once you bat deep, chances are you could win the game. It's a small outfield, ball comes onto the bat. They bowled in my areas. Just happy with the win tonight.

Dhoni, CHN captain: I think they missed the competition (on Wankhede fans cheering CHN). CHN-MUM is one game that people wait to watch. Support has always been there wherever we've played. We're coming back after two years, that's also the reason that people are eager to watch us in action. Overall the spectators have been very good. I'm a practical person, so I was hoping in the dressing room that the quantum of defeat shouldn't be too big. The idea was - if there's a chance to win, go for it, but also try to get closer to the target. The way Bravo batted, it was really good to see him take the responsibility. Don't think we batted well as a team. But it's the first game, so we'll take the positives out of it. Those will be more important for us in the coming games. The kind of players we have got, our selection will be based on horses for courses where we'll see the wicket and then decide. We'll also keep an eye for players who are injury prone. We'll have to keep an eye on lot of things. We have quite a few who can bat and bowl.

Kedar Jadhav: I am happy psychologically, but physically I am hurt. I don't know how long I will be out, maybe two weeks, three weeks or even a month. Fingers crossed, but I would like to appreciate Bravo's knock. Credit goes to him, he brought us back into the game. I knew I couldn't run and I needed to get the runs. I told him (Tahir) that I will try and make the runs myself, play all the six balls and try and stay still. But after three balls, I felt he (Tahir) was feeling itchy. I knew that the bowler would come under pressure, I was waiting for my chance, knew that the bad ball would come, wanted to see how my body was reacting. The deeper I took the game, he (the bowler) comes under more pressure.

Rohit Sharma: Feeling low at the moment, credit to Bravo, he played well, hit the right pockets, there was some dew and that didn't help us, but they played well. We need to improve our death bowling, we were in the game till the 17th over, the last three overs didn't go our way, dew isn't an excuse. We knew with 165 on the board, we needed to bowl very well, but I think we were 10-15 runs short. Bravo bowled very well in the end, we have got a great bunch of guys, we need to look into the positives and learn from it. Just the first game, it isn't the end of the world, we will need to learn from this.

Spare a thought for 20-year old leg-spinner Mayank Markande, who had an exceptional debut, completely deceiving some old-timers like Dhoni and Rayudu. He put Mumbai in a position where it would've been very hard to lose. What did he know what was to follow. One of the very best at the death, Jasprit Bumrah was treated like a rag-doll by Bravo as he carted 20 runs off the penultimate over to set the cat among the pigeons. With 7 needed from the final one, Jadhav almost sealed it with a six over fine leg and then drilled the next ball through the covers to complete the heist. Time for the presentations..

23:48 Local Time, 18:18 GMT, 23:48 IST: Good lord, take your time to catch your breath. That was something else. T20 League XI could not have asked for a better game to kick it off. Look at MS Dhoni though, calmly walking down the stairs even as his teammates are going mad in celebration. This was a chase which even he wouldn't have thought his team would pull off, once they slipped to 84/6. But CHN have announced their T20 League return in style with a stunning come-from-behind win. Kedar Jadhav was the hero in the end, sure, but a lot of credit has to go to Dwayne Bravo who made a sensational 68 off just 30 balls to turn the game around out of nowhere. Wow, what a game.

19.5
4
Mustafizur to Kedar Jadhav, FOUR, he has done it! Make way for the men in yellow, for there are plenty of them who are storming to the middle to jump over Jadhav. Careful of that hamstring though. Oh forget about it, no one cares anymore. Full ball from Mustafizur, drilled through the covers. What a finish. Unbelievable
19.4
6
Mustafizur to Kedar Jadhav, SIX, he's scooped this for six, he's scooped this for six. Kedar Jadhav.... Oh my. Imran Tahir drops his bat and runs across to hug Jadhav. There's another run to go, but he doesn't care. Good length cutter angled across off, Jadhav bends over - bad hamstring and all - and finds the leverage to lift it over short fine leg. Chennai players are clapping violently
19.3
0
Mustafizur to Kedar Jadhav, no run, third dot in a row. Jadhav's probably decided that he can't leave it to Tahir, which is why he isn't taking the single. Or can he run at all with a damaged hamstring? Back of length on off, steered straight to third man
19.2
0
Mustafizur to Kedar Jadhav, no run, back of a length delivery on leg, fine leg was up in the ring but Jadhav paddles this straight to him. What a huge opportunity goes begging
19.1
0
Mustafizur to Kedar Jadhav, no run, slower length ball, Jadhav defends into the on-side

Mustafizur Rahman [3.0-0-29-1] is back into the attack

Jadhav comes back to bat, of course he does.

18.6
0
Bumrah to Dwayne Bravo, out Caught by Rohit!! A 20-run over from Bumrah has been redeemed right at the end. Bravo's gone. But has the damage been done? Short ball, Bravo swings hard but slices it up to extra-cover. Seven needed from six. Get ready to lose your mind. Dwayne Bravo c Rohit b Bumrah 68(30) [4s-3 6s-7]

Bumrah to Dwayne Bravo, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

18.5
6
Bumrah to Dwayne Bravo, SIX, Wankhede is coming unglued here. The stadium is rocking for Bravo. Low full toss, he's heaved it over deep mid-wicket, just over the fielder
18.4
0
Bumrah to Dwayne Bravo, no run, this is mental, absolutely mental. The ball has actually rolled onto the stumps, but the bails stay unmoved. Brilliant yorker from Bumrah, Bravo digs it out off the toe-end but the ball still goes back towards the stumps. Is this Bravo's night?
18.3
2
Bumrah to Dwayne Bravo, 2 runs, big groan from Bravo as he steers it straight to short third man. Should they have gone for the single? Doesn't matter as there has been an overthrow and Bravo will retain strike
18.2
6
Bumrah to Dwayne Bravo, SIX, Hardik Pandya slaps the seat in frustration as he sits in the dugout. Another six. This game has come alive out of nowhere. Bumrah goes round the wicket, bowls a full toss on the pads and is whipped over mid-wicket
18.1
6
Bumrah to Dwayne Bravo, SIX, this is awesome. This is so awesome. Bumrah - one of best T20 bowlers going around - has been effortlessly creamed into the long-off stands. Fifty off just 25 balls for Bravo. Now this should set the cat among the pigeons

Jasprit Bumrah [3.0-0-17-0] is back into the attack

17.6
1
McClenaghan to Dwayne Bravo, 1 run, chipped back over the bowler's head, probably off a leading edge. It will help Bravo keep strike. What a knock this has been
17.5
4
McClenaghan to Dwayne Bravo, FOUR, bangs it in short seeing Bravo advance, but is still spanked away into the boundary. He's got himself in that kind of zone, where most things are disappearing
17.4
2
McClenaghan to Dwayne Bravo, 2 runs, yorker length delivery on leg, Bravo squeezes it in between two fielders at long-on and deep mid-wicket, rushes back for two

Am I hearing chants of "Bravo, Bravo". Get your act together Wankhede

17.3
6
McClenaghan to Dwayne Bravo, SIX, back-to-back sixes! Sublime wrists from Bravo as he whips it off the pads and sends it sailing into the deep mid-wicket stands
17.2
6
McClenaghan to Dwayne Bravo, SIX, full ball on middle, Bravo gets his front leg out of the way and belts it over long-off. Not a clean contact, but this isn't the biggest ground
17.1
1
McClenaghan to Tahir, 1 run, glided down to third man

Mitchell McClenaghan [3.0-0-24-1] is back into the attack

16.6
0
Hardik Pandya to Dwayne Bravo, no run, finishes off with a brilliant yorker which is jammed back down the pitch. Excellent figures of 3/24
16.5
0
Hardik Pandya to Dwayne Bravo, no run, slippery short of length delivery which hurries onto Bravo's thigh pad. He was too late in trying to clip it away
16.4
1
Hardik Pandya to Tahir, 1 run, nurdles it round the corner for one

Imran Tahir, right handed bat, comes to the crease

16.3
0
Hardik Pandya to Mark Wood, out Caught by Mustafizur!! Oh boy, how lucky is Pandya! Filthy drag-down on leg-stump, but instead of hitting it into Churchgate station, Wood hits it straight down fine leg's throat. Pandya is struggling though as he immediately bends over in evident pain. Absolutely no joy on his face for the wicket. Mark Wood c Mustafizur b Hardik Pandya 1(3)

Hardik Pandya to Mark Wood, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

16.2
0
Hardik Pandya to Mark Wood, no run, surprises Wood with a really good short ball. It was only at 126kph, but Pandya got it nice and steep to beat Wood's pull
16.2
1
Hardik Pandya to Mark Wood, wide, this is even wider down leg
16.2
1
Hardik Pandya to Mark Wood, wide, slower ball down leg, Wood fails to tickle it away
16.1
1
Hardik Pandya to Dwayne Bravo, 1 run, miscues this off the top-edge, but it lands safely behind square leg. Smart slower short ball from Pandya, made Bravo wait and then he went too hard

Hardik Pandya [3.0-0-20-2] is back into the attack

Time-out! As long as Bravo is there, this game is still on. It will be difficult, with the required rate almost touching 13, but Mumbai will be on their toes.

15.6
1
Bumrah to Dwayne Bravo, 1 run, clipped away through square leg for one, will keep strike
15.5
0
Bumrah to Dwayne Bravo, no run, Bravo restrains himself from banging his bat into the pitch in frustration. He managed to slice this yorker beautifully, but it went straight to backward point
15.4
1
Bumrah to Mark Wood, 1 run, short of length delivery outside off, chopped to third man
15.3
1
Bumrah to Dwayne Bravo, 1 run, hangs back to a length ball and drives down to long-on
15.2
0
Bumrah to Dwayne Bravo, no run, slower full ball on off, defended
15.1
6
Bumrah to Dwayne Bravo, SIX, stunning shot over extra-cover from Bravo. For once, Bumrah offers a length which the batsman can get under, and Bravo - leaning back - smokes it inside-out. How did he manage to generate that power! Hits flush on the cushions

Jasprit Bumrah [2.0-0-8-0] is back into the attack

14.6
1
McClenaghan to Dwayne Bravo, 1 run, squeezes out the yorker into the off-side

Mark Wood, right handed bat, comes to the crease

14.5
0
McClenaghan to Harbhajan, out Caught by Bumrah!! Strange shot from Harbhajan, almost waving this short ball down to third man. Probably he got a bit too cramped for room, so he couldn't go through with this upper cut. Nothing shot in the end, just gliding it down the fielder's throat. Bravo has started well at the other end, but he's now in danger of running out of partners. Harbhajan c Bumrah b McClenaghan 8(5) [4s-1]

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

14.5
1
McClenaghan to Harbhajan, wide, completely off the mark with this delivery, bowls it well down leg. Harbhajan watches it pass by
14.4
1
McClenaghan to Dwayne Bravo, 1 run, pitched up at the stumps, flicked to deep square leg
14.3
1
McClenaghan to Harbhajan, 1 run, back of a length delivery on leg, clipped away through square leg
14.2
1
McClenaghan to Dwayne Bravo, 1 run, full ball on leg, Bravo's too early to close the bat-face and sends a leading edge towards mid-off
14.1
4
McClenaghan to Dwayne Bravo, FOUR, Bravo keeps fighting. He charges down the track while making enough room for himself to carve this short ball over cover. It was more of a slice, but he's still able to beat sweeper cover to his right

Mitchell McClenaghan [2.0-0-15-0] is back into the attack

Best figures on debut bowling innings for MUM:
3/15 L Malinga v CHN, Cape Town, 2009
3/23 M MARKANDE *
3/32 J Bumrah v BLR, Bengaluru, 2013

13.6
4
Mustafizur to Harbhajan, FOUR, McClenaghan has let this sneak right through him. Poor from the fast bowler. Mustafizur turns around in disgust. Good length ball slanted outside off, squirted off a thick edge and should have only been a single down to third man
13.5
1
Mustafizur to Dwayne Bravo, 1 run, defends the off-cutter into the covers
13.4
4
Mustafizur to Dwayne Bravo, FOUR, stuck in the crease while flashing a drive away from the body, runs away off the edge for four. Third man was up in the ring
13.3
1
Mustafizur to Harbhajan, 1 run, back of a length delivery just outside off, goes back and works it wide of mid-on
13.2
2
Mustafizur to Harbhajan, 2 runs, back of a length cutter angled across off, Harbhajan punches it wide of long-off and then takes an age to get back for the second. Luckily, the ball's wide enough of Pollard to help him make it
13.1
1
Mustafizur to Dwayne Bravo, 1 run, slower length ball on off, defensively pushed through mid-off

Harbhajan Singh, right handed bat, comes to the crease

12.6
0
Markande to Chahar, out Stumped!! Oh dear. It's easy to be critical of players sometimes, but what was Chahar thinking here. First ball against a bowler who's bowling so well, he comes galloping down for an ugly slog. Completely done in by the length as this googly slips through the inside edge for an easy stumping. Chahar st Ishan Kishan b Markande 0(1)

Markande to Chahar, THAT'S OUT!! Stumped!!

Kedar Jadhav has retired hurt by the way. Things disintegrating for Chennai.

12.5
1
Markande to Dwayne Bravo, leg byes, 1 run, drifting in on leg, brushes Bravo's pad and rolls away into the short fine leg region

There's some concern around Jadhav's hamstring here. The subs have run out with a quick drink too. After a delay of around 3-4 minutes, we are back on

12.4
6
Markande to Dwayne Bravo, SIX, good start this from Bravo. He picked the previous two deliveries and now he gets his dancing shoes on to get to the pitch of the ball. It's followed by his trademark flourish to launch it over long-on
12.3
1
Markande to Kedar Jadhav, 1 run, goes back in the crease and works this googly round the corner
12.2
1
Markande to Dwayne Bravo, 1 run, now a leg-break, Bravo defends softly in front of short cover. Good stride forward
12.1
0
Markande to Dwayne Bravo, no run, flighted googly on a length outside off, Bravo defends to short cover

Dwayne Bravo, right handed bat, comes to the crease

11.6
0
Mustafizur to Jadeja, out Caught by Suryakumar Yadav!! Mustafizur is too clever for Jadeja here. He saw him coming down and bowled this cutter pretty wide. Jadeja still throws his bat at it, only managing to lob it off the toe-end. No troubles for Surya at mid-off. You never say never, but it would take something sensational for CHN to turn this around. Jadeja c Suryakumar Yadav b Mustafizur 12(13) [4s-1]

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

11.5
1
Mustafizur to Kedar Jadhav, 1 run, walks down the pitch and carves this length ball down to Pollard at long-off. The idea was for a flat-batted smash, but the bat-face opened and he ended up slicing it
11.4
1
Mustafizur to Jadeja, 1 run, short of length delivery outside off, Jadeja is slightly surprised by the bounce and checks his cut shot down to third man
11.3
4
Mustafizur to Jadeja, FOUR, half-volley from Mustafizur, duly hammered back through mid-off. CHN need a flurry of these to bring some life back in this contest
11.2
1
Mustafizur to Kedar Jadhav, leg byes, 1 run, cutter on leg-stump, deflects off Jadhav's thigh pad behind square
11.1
1
Mustafizur to Jadeja, 1 run, back of a length delivery just outside off, Jadeja runs it with an open face to third man

Mustafizur Rahman [1.0-0-9-0] is back into the attack

10.6
1
Markande to Jadeja, 1 run, bowls the googly from round the wicket, but it's too short. Gives Jadeja enough time to pick it and then slap it through to deep point
10.5
1
Markande to Kedar Jadhav, 1 run, shimmies out and squeezes this down to long-off
10.4
1
Markande to Jadeja, 1 run, shortish googly turning away from off, Jadeja steers it through point
10.3
1
Markande to Kedar Jadhav, 1 run, flatter from Markande in response to the previous ball, Jadhav pats it through point
10.2
6
Markande to Kedar Jadhav, SIX, has he got enough on it? Jusssst. Shimmied down and swung hard, got it close to the bottom of the bat but the muscle behind it was good enough
10.1
1
Markande to Jadeja, 1 run, flighted ball just outside off, bit too full, Jadeja drives to long-on
9.6
0
Hardik Pandya to Kedar Jadhav, no run, slower ball to end the over. That was bowled at 109.3kph. Jadhav defends towards backward point and looks for a single. Jadeja sends him back
9.5
1
Hardik Pandya to Jadeja, 1 run, Jadeja waltzes down the track, plays the compulsive pull against this short ball. Off the splice and hence doesn't carry to deep mid-wicket
9.4
0
Hardik Pandya to Jadeja, no run, 129.2kph, stump-to-stump line ball, defended to cover
9.3
2
Hardik Pandya to Jadeja, 2 runs, leg-stump line, worked in front of square on the leg-side for a brace
9.2
1
Hardik Pandya to Kedar Jadhav, 1 run, strays one on leg and that's been clipped away through square leg
9.1
0
Hardik Pandya to Kedar Jadhav, no run, good ball! Back of a length ball that bounces more than Jadhav expected it to. Arches his back to late-cut, connects with thin air. That was a pacy and skiddy delivery from Hardik Pandya
9.1
1
Hardik Pandya to Kedar Jadhav, wide, pitched up delivery, but the line is too wide outside off

Hardik Pandya [2.0-0-15-2] is back into the attack

8.6
0
Markande to Jadeja, no run, defended from the crease
8.5
0
Markande to Jadeja, no run. Another googly, a different batsman misses by a long way. The keeper takes off the bails and the TV umpire has been disturbed again. The back foot is in and Jadeja survives. Well, the CHNians are finding it one helluva task tackling Mayank Markande. It was another quick wrong 'un and Jadeja was pressing forward to block expecting it to be the in-turner. Spun past the outside edge
8.4
0
Markande to Jadeja, no run, flighted delivery on middle, defended into the leg-side

Ravindra Jadeja, left handed bat, comes to the crease

Time-out! CHN are now in a spot of bother. The required rate is 10 and Kedar Jadhav has to bat with the all-rounders. 115 needed off 69 balls.

8.3
0
Markande to Dhoni, out Lbw!! Dhoni doesn't spot the googly and pinned in front of middle. Chris Gaffaney shakes his head in denial. That looked plumb. Mumbai review. Fair delivery. Nothing on the UltraEdge. Three reds and Dhoni is gone for a single digit score. Markande is having a ball here at the Wankhede. Second wicket for him with the wrong 'un. Should have been three. The quickish googly and Dhoni wasn't commited - either on the front foot or on the back foot. Didn't pick it at all and got beaten on the inside edge by a fair margin. The impact was on the back leg adjacent to off and middle. Can't get more plumb than that. Dhoni lbw b Markande 5(5)

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

MUM review!

8.2
1
Markande to Kedar Jadhav, 1 run, more flight on this occasion, Jadhav comes down the track, isn't quite to the ball. Drives to long-on off the inside part
8.1
1
Markande to Dhoni, 1 run, loopy ball, Dhoni comes down the track, takes on the full and flicks it to deep mid-wicket
7.6
1
Bumrah to Dhoni, 1 run, to third man, 140.1kph, angled in on off, Dhoni opens the bat-face and sends it down to third man
7.5
2
Bumrah to Dhoni, 2 runs, 143.3kph, full and outside off, Dhoni has his back knee bent as he drives it through covers for a couple
7.4
1
Bumrah to Kedar Jadhav, 1 run, back of a length delivery angled in on middle and leg, tucked behind square leg
7.3
0
Bumrah to Kedar Jadhav, no run, full ball, Jadhav clears the front leg and drills it straight to mid-on. A dot off the free-hit
7.3
1
Bumrah to Kedar Jadhav, no ball, Bumrah oversteps and bowls a length ball cramping Jadhav for room. Bunted to the right of the bowler
7.2
0
Bumrah to Kedar Jadhav, no run, stump-to-stump line, defended back to the bowler

Well, the lbw appeal appeal against Jadhav in the previous over. HawkEye shows three reds. Had MUM reviewed, Jadhav would have been back in the hut

7.1
0
Bumrah to Kedar Jadhav, no run, Jadhav sees the line outside off and lets it go. The ball swung late after the ball passed the bowler and the keeper dived full length to gather that

Jasprit Bumrah [1.0-0-3-0] is back into the attack

6.6
1
Markande to Kedar Jadhav, 1 run, slightly too short, Jadhav goes deep in his crease and scythes it to sweeper cover. Just 2 runs and a wicket off Markande's maiden over
6.5
0
Markande to Kedar Jadhav, no run, loud shout for lbw! Was that going over the stumps? Well, Mumbai don't review. It was the wrong 'un and Jadhav is stuck in the crease. Doesn't pick it and gets hit on the back leg in front of middle and leg. Height would have definitely been a factor

Rayudu's wicket - HawkEye showed it to be clipping top of middle and leg

6.4
1
Markande to Dhoni, 1 run, comes down the track, is nowhere close to the pitch, Dhoni manages to get a bat on it - off the inside half to square leg

MS Dhoni, right handed bat, comes to the crease

6.3
0
Markande to Rayudu, out Lbw!! Two dots and Rayudu is trapped lbw. He has a chat with his partner and takes the right call - doesn't review. What a start for Mayank Markande! After two leg-breaks, he bowls a googly and gets a wicket off the third ball in his T20 League career. A premeditated shot attempted by Rayudu. Got down on his knee and tried to play the booming sweep shot. Missed and got hit on the back thigh in front of middle. That's plumb. Rayudu lbw b Markande 22(19) [4s-4]

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

6.2
0
Markande to Rayudu, no run, similar ball, another defensive push to backward point
6.1
0
Markande to Rayudu, no run, tossed up leg-break, Rayudu defends with an open face of the bat

Mayank Markande, comes into the attack

Kedar Jadhav, right handed bat, comes to the crease

A slip in place

5.6
0
Hardik Pandya to Raina, out Caught by Krunal Pandya!! The Pandya brothers have scalped Raina here. Normal-paced hit-the-deck-hard back of a length delivery from Hardik. Raina backwed away and wanted to go over the in-field, with this being the last ball of the powerplay. Mistimes it off the top poetion of the bat and finds mid-on. Krunal takes a step back and grabs it over his head. Raina c Krunal Pandya b Hardik Pandya 4(6)

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

5.5
1
Hardik Pandya to Rayudu, 1 run, direct hit would have made things interesting. Another slower ball, the knuckle ball this time. Rayudu gets squared up and defends off the outside part to backward point. The fielder has a shy at the stumps, misses by a long way and Raina is hit on his wrists. A direct hit would have been curtains for the southpaw
5.4
0
Hardik Pandya to Rayudu, no run, slower, off-cutter and right in the blockhole. Dug out
5.3
1
Hardik Pandya to Raina, 1 run, shuffles across towards off and deflects this short of length delivery towards the man at 45
5.2
1
Hardik Pandya to Rayudu, 1 run, follows it with a slower ball at 128.7kph, Rayudu toe-ends the drive to mid-off's left. Just a single
5.1
0
Hardik Pandya to Rayudu, no run, 137.7kph, back of a length delivery that decks away a tad, Rayudu gets behind the line of the ball to block
4.6
0
McClenaghan to Raina, no run, very full, almost a yorker, Raina gets low and jams it into the off-side towards mid-off
4.5
0
McClenaghan to Raina, no run, there it is. 138.1kph, bouncer over the stumps. Raina backs away a long way to go over the off-side. Fails to put bat on ball
4.4
2
McClenaghan to Raina, 2 runs, close of the bat-face to tuck this length ball at 137.4kph through mid-wicket. Comes back for the second
4.3
1
McClenaghan to Rayudu, 1 run, back to the good length on the stumps and Rayudu gently turns it to mid-wicket
4.2
4
McClenaghan to Rayudu, FOUR, nice batting! Moved slightly towards leg-side as the bowler was running to deliver the ball. That allowed him to free his arms. Shortish ball and Rayudu cracked it over cover-point. Powerfully hit and in the gap as well
4.1
1
McClenaghan to Raina, 1 run, back of a length just outside off, Raina moves across and tucks it to the left of mid-on to get off the mark

Mitchell McClenaghan [1.0-0-7-0] is back into the attack

Mitch is back! Can we expect some short stuff against Raina?

3.6
4
Hardik Pandya to Rayudu, FOUR, a wicket and 12 runs off the over! Pandya slightly overpitches and Rayudu took full toll of it. Bent forward and laced the drive wide of mid-off
3.5
0
Hardik Pandya to Rayudu, no run, Rayudu defends this short of a good length delivery to backward point with an open face of the bat

Suresh Raina, left handed bat, comes to the crease

3.4
0
Hardik Pandya to Watson, out Caught by Lewis!! Watson holes out in the deep. The slower ball does the trick. It was bowled at 120kph and Watson didn't pick that. Covered the line and moved across to flick. Plays a touch too early and that leads to his downfall. Off the lower protion of the bat. The ball settles straight into the hands of Lewis at long leg. Straightforward catch. Mumbai have the breakthrough! Watson c Lewis b Hardik Pandya 16(14) [4s-1 6s-1]

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

3.3
6
Hardik Pandya to Watson, SIX, glorious shot! And that's gone all the way. Wow. Fuller ball and Pandya got it swing away in the air. Doesn't bother Watson, who walked forward, crouched low and elevated it over extra cover. Off the meat of the bat
3.2
1
Hardik Pandya to Rayudu, 1 run, 135.9kph shortish ball, Rayudu uses Pandya's pace and width outside off to run it down to third man
3.1
1
Hardik Pandya to Watson, 1 run, hit-the-deck-hard back of a length delivery on off, tapped with soft hands towards the off-side. A single to cover-point

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

Ah, what do you know. Here's Hardik. Good thing that the injury wasn't very serious

2.6
0
Bumrah to Rayudu, no run, Rayudu gives the charge and tries to play an ambitious shot across the line. Manages an inside edge to short fine leg. He was cramped for room and was beaten by pace as well. Over 140kps and angled in from slightly wide of the crease. Top over from Bumrah - just 3 off it
2.5
1
Bumrah to Watson, 1 run, hat-trick of singles to third man. 137.5kph back of a length delivery around off, Watson plays late and runs it behind square
2.4
1
Bumrah to Rayudu, 1 run, a shuffle across, a liitle crouch, followed by a steer down to third man. It was a short of length delivery slanted in on off
2.3
1
Bumrah to Watson, 1 run, 144.1kph, in-angler on off, Watson guides it down to third man
2.2
0
Bumrah to Watson, no run, slightly shortens the length and attacks the stumps. 146.3kph! Defended back to the bowler
2.1
0
Bumrah to Watson, no run, angles in a good length ball at 134.3kph, Watson stays in his crease and brings his bat down hurriedly to keep it out

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

A bowling change! A slip in place for Watto.

1.6
4
Mustafizur to Rayudu, FOUR, nine off the over! Fuller length delivery attacking the stumps, Rayudu stays leg-side of the ball and creams the drive through vacant extra cover
1.5
0
Mustafizur to Rayudu, no run, driven on the up, off the front foot. Finds mid-off
1.4
1
Mustafizur to Watson, 1 run, now, Watson gets squared up by this quick cutter, manages to deflect it to cover-point and hares to the other end
1.3
0
Mustafizur to Watson, no run, rolls his fingers on the seam and gets it spin away from the right-hander, Watson is early into the drive. Beaten on the outside edge
1.2
0
Mustafizur to Watson, no run, off-paced delivery from a shorter length, Watson picks it late and pats it back to the bowler
1.1
4
Mustafizur to Watson, FOUR, in the air, over the 30-yard circle and goes for a boundary. Angled across on a fuller length and Watson is bending forward to hammer the drive. Slices over the cover region off the outside half and the quick outfield does the rest. Not a pacy ball

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

0.6
4
McClenaghan to Rayudu, FOUR, cracking shot! First boundary of the innings. Rayudu walks down the track and in the process moves leg-side, which allows him to free his arms. The length was on the shorter side and Rayudu slapped it away over wide mid-off
0.5
0
McClenaghan to Rayudu, no run, skiddy ball on middle and leg, Rayudu is slightly late to close the face of his bat. Bunted into the leg-side
0.4
1
McClenaghan to Watson, 1 run, opens the bat-face and late-cuts this back of a length delivery wide of off to third man
0.3
1
McClenaghan to Rayudu, 1 run, pitched up outside off, Rayudu leans and off-drives to the left of mid-off
0.2
1
McClenaghan to Watson, 1 run, McClenaghan breaks the stumps at the striker's end. The TV umpire is called, but Rayudu is easily in. Decked in from a length and cramped Watson for room. He misses the tuck and the ball dies down adjacent to the pitch on the leg-side off his pad. Rayudu called for the sharp run and Watson responded it. Easy call for the third ump
0.1
0
McClenaghan to Watson, no run, McClenaghan starts with a pitched up delivery around the fifth stump line, bowled at 134.1kph, Watson treats it as a sighter. Left alone

Watson and Rayudu are at the crease. Watson is on strike. McClenaghan will open the attack