Mumbai Indians v Trinidad & Tobago, CLT20, Bangalore September 26, 2011

Mumbai Indians outlast T&T in heart-stopper

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Mumbai Indians 99 for 9 (Rayudu 36, Rampaul 3-17) beat Trinidad & Tobago 98 (Harbhajan 3-22, Malinga 2-22) by one wicket
Scorecard and ball-by-ball details

Having started their campaign with victory in a game they had no business winning, Mumbai Indians nearly accomplished the exact opposite before pipping a blundering Trindad & Tobago off the last ball. In a game where neither team managed to reach 100, T&T made too many errors to back up their spirit. The mistake that sealed it came after Mumbai Indians' top-scorer Ambati Rayudu was run out off the penultimate ball of the match, leaving last man Yuzvendra Chahal needing two off the final delivery. In a move that flew in the face of logic, T&T chose to give the single and play for the tie, unmindful of the fact that they would have had to face Lasith Malinga if the Super Over eventuated.

Daren Ganga pushed the field back, Sherwin Ganga sent down a low full toss on Chahal's pads, and the batsman was inventive enough to nudge softly towards deep midwicket. Chahal charged back for the second, the throw from the deep wasn't accurate, but Denesh Ramdin had enough time to break the stumps after collecting it. Ramdin, however, chose to under-arm from a couple of yards away and missed to the glee of the predominantly Mumbai Indians-biased crowd.

When Mumbai Indians came out needing a paltry 99 for victory, talk was that they would go for a big win and boost their net run-rate. Ravi Rampaul and T&T's army of unconventional spinners had completely different ideas, though. Samuel Badree had Aiden Blizzard top-edging a slider, before Rampaul dismantled the top order with clever lengths delivered at lively pace. T Suman got a leading edge, James Franklin got an outside edge, and Andrew Symonds inner-edged a yorker onto his stumps - the last two off successive balls to leave the chase in disarray.

Kieron Pollard survived the hat-trick ball, but T&T kept attacking their once team-mate. Sunil Narine got the prize wicket with a flat offbreak that Pollard bottom-edged onto his pads en route to his stumps to make it 33 for 5. R Sathish and Rayudu concentrated on survival until Rayudu found release with two boundaries off Kevon Cooper. Sathish looked completely out of place, though, and whipped straight to midwicket to leave his side 65 for 6. Harbhajan Singh put the pressure right back with a lashed six, before he was run out in the 18th over while looking to keep Rayudu on strike. T&T's fielding began to lose its edge, with a number of school-boy errors in the end overs, including Jason Mohammad's mis-field at long-off that gave Malinga four. Rampaul, however, evened the game once again with a superb 19th over that left Mumbai Indians needing 11 off Sherwin Ganga's last.

Rayudu got a single off the first ball, before Sherwin sent down a friendly full toss off the second. Malinga clattered it straight down the ground, past a leaping effort from Mohammad, for a pressure-releasing six. A single was followed by Malinga's run-out, backing up too far when Rayudu smashed a full ball straight to the bowler. That made it 3 required off 2, before Rayudu fell attempting an impossible second. And then Daren Ganga blinked, Ramdin missed, and Mumbai were home.

T&T's misery ended with a run-out that was fumbled, but it began earlier in the evening with one that should never have been. They were coasting at 41 for 1 in the fifth over, when Lendl Simmons, returning for a straightforward second, chugged into his crease without grounding his bat. His entire body was over the line, but the front foot was in the air and the back foot on the crease, with no portion of it inside, when the stumps were broken.

Until that moment of laziness, T&T's innings featured all that was good about Caribbean batting. There were flamboyant shots from Adrian Barath in the opening over, audacious pick-up strokes from Simmons, whose approach was unchanged after Barath's exit, and a couple of emphatic blows from Darren Bravo. But once Simmons handed Mumbai Indians an opening, Harbhajan barged through with attacking bowling and perceptive field placements - he operated with slip and silly point at one point.

The middle order did not have the technique to counterattack. Harbhajan enticed Denesh Ramdin into miscuing a sweep right back at him, before nailing Bravo with a yorker. He wound up his spell with Sherwin Ganga's wicket - a patent slider that pinned him on the back foot. Malinga did his business at the other end, and T&T lost wickets too quickly to last their full quota. They were bowled out with as many as 22 balls left to go in the innings, and in the end that cost them the game.

Nitin Sundar is a sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo

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  • sweetiepaper on September 27, 2011, 18:18 GMT

    Great Job T&T. We are definitely suffering from the #4 and 5 bowlers not stepping up. It really is a tricky selection. I would bring in Dave Mohammed fro Sherwin Ganga (despite Sherwin winning one for us with the bat, Dave is a better bowler and can swing his bat), Emrit for Cooper (straight swap big hitting fast bowling allrounders), and Perkins for Jason Mohammed (Jason should only be playing ahead of Perkins if he is bowling, but he is not). In addition Simmons need to contribute with the ball and if Ramdin doesnt cut it then you can play the extra bat and allow Perkins to keep. But Ramdin like D. Ganga is very important to T&Ts success. Except for that last ball, his glove-work has been great. Let's go T&T

  • srtt on September 27, 2011, 16:47 GMT

    U all remember a guy called Dave Mohammed that captured the imagination of all during the 1st CL in 2009??? He is warming the bench!

    I would swap Sherwin for Dave Mohammed and have Perkins come in for Jason Mohammed

    1.Simmons 2.Barath 3.Daren Ganga 4.Daren Bravo 5.Perkins 6.Ramdin 7.Cooper 8.Dave Mohammed 9.Narine 10.Rampaul 11.Badree

  • on September 27, 2011, 15:47 GMT

    JUST WANT TO SAY GAME WELL PLAYED TO MY TRINIDAD & TOBAGO TEAM YOU PLAYED WELL AND GOOD LUCK FOR THE NEXT GAME.

  • Sreelal_SS on September 27, 2011, 15:06 GMT

    MI missin Sachin very badly. . .do ny1 know whether he ll play a match in CLT20?. .

  • PACERONE on September 27, 2011, 13:49 GMT

    Rampaul has to be the most improved bowler in the world.He gets batsmen out with good balls.He is more impressive than that english lot.Ramdin,he cannot for once come through when needed.I hope that he gets straightened around before playing for W.I.It seems that the most natural of things in cricket always become the downfall of W.I cricketers...eg Simmons getting run out hugging his bat...you are thought to ground your bat and slide it into the crease..maybe he has to be reminded before each innings.The choice of poor strokes was disappointing...but TT will bounce back.

  • Silva-Surfa on September 27, 2011, 13:04 GMT

    Was highly impressed with the belief that the T&T team have after such a poor batting performance. Not alot of teams would be capable of defending a total under 100 and still managed to push the opposition, right to the last ball. Also felt some satisfaction when the Trinidad got one over their mercenary countryman. It just didn't look right to see Pollard against his own Trinis, but it is what it is and i'm glad that he failed on this particular occasion.

  • buck1936 on September 27, 2011, 11:26 GMT

    I watched this game I must admit I was surprised at the result

  • on September 27, 2011, 11:09 GMT

    has Harbahjan Singh got a thing called conscience,,and he has replaced ANIL KUMBLE.....Indian cricket RIP

  • muximus on September 27, 2011, 10:05 GMT

    Is it just me or do these champions league matches seem scripted to other ppl too?

  • rama_krish on September 27, 2011, 9:25 GMT

    Naresh28 must know that Trinidadians and Tobagonians of Indian descent are not Indians - never were, and never will be. We are always "Trini to d' bone' where ever we are. TnT lost the game through careless actions such as Bharath attempting to drive a Malinga yorker, Simmons' careless running, Ganga's weak-powered lofted drive, Ramdin's indecision, Bravo's attempt at slog-sweeping Harbajan and the full-tosses served up by Cooper and Ganga (S). Maybe they will put in a better performance next time. Nevertheless, it was a match worthy of a championship competition.

  • sweetiepaper on September 27, 2011, 18:18 GMT

    Great Job T&T. We are definitely suffering from the #4 and 5 bowlers not stepping up. It really is a tricky selection. I would bring in Dave Mohammed fro Sherwin Ganga (despite Sherwin winning one for us with the bat, Dave is a better bowler and can swing his bat), Emrit for Cooper (straight swap big hitting fast bowling allrounders), and Perkins for Jason Mohammed (Jason should only be playing ahead of Perkins if he is bowling, but he is not). In addition Simmons need to contribute with the ball and if Ramdin doesnt cut it then you can play the extra bat and allow Perkins to keep. But Ramdin like D. Ganga is very important to T&Ts success. Except for that last ball, his glove-work has been great. Let's go T&T

  • srtt on September 27, 2011, 16:47 GMT

    U all remember a guy called Dave Mohammed that captured the imagination of all during the 1st CL in 2009??? He is warming the bench!

    I would swap Sherwin for Dave Mohammed and have Perkins come in for Jason Mohammed

    1.Simmons 2.Barath 3.Daren Ganga 4.Daren Bravo 5.Perkins 6.Ramdin 7.Cooper 8.Dave Mohammed 9.Narine 10.Rampaul 11.Badree

  • on September 27, 2011, 15:47 GMT

    JUST WANT TO SAY GAME WELL PLAYED TO MY TRINIDAD & TOBAGO TEAM YOU PLAYED WELL AND GOOD LUCK FOR THE NEXT GAME.

  • Sreelal_SS on September 27, 2011, 15:06 GMT

    MI missin Sachin very badly. . .do ny1 know whether he ll play a match in CLT20?. .

  • PACERONE on September 27, 2011, 13:49 GMT

    Rampaul has to be the most improved bowler in the world.He gets batsmen out with good balls.He is more impressive than that english lot.Ramdin,he cannot for once come through when needed.I hope that he gets straightened around before playing for W.I.It seems that the most natural of things in cricket always become the downfall of W.I cricketers...eg Simmons getting run out hugging his bat...you are thought to ground your bat and slide it into the crease..maybe he has to be reminded before each innings.The choice of poor strokes was disappointing...but TT will bounce back.

  • Silva-Surfa on September 27, 2011, 13:04 GMT

    Was highly impressed with the belief that the T&T team have after such a poor batting performance. Not alot of teams would be capable of defending a total under 100 and still managed to push the opposition, right to the last ball. Also felt some satisfaction when the Trinidad got one over their mercenary countryman. It just didn't look right to see Pollard against his own Trinis, but it is what it is and i'm glad that he failed on this particular occasion.

  • buck1936 on September 27, 2011, 11:26 GMT

    I watched this game I must admit I was surprised at the result

  • on September 27, 2011, 11:09 GMT

    has Harbahjan Singh got a thing called conscience,,and he has replaced ANIL KUMBLE.....Indian cricket RIP

  • muximus on September 27, 2011, 10:05 GMT

    Is it just me or do these champions league matches seem scripted to other ppl too?

  • rama_krish on September 27, 2011, 9:25 GMT

    Naresh28 must know that Trinidadians and Tobagonians of Indian descent are not Indians - never were, and never will be. We are always "Trini to d' bone' where ever we are. TnT lost the game through careless actions such as Bharath attempting to drive a Malinga yorker, Simmons' careless running, Ganga's weak-powered lofted drive, Ramdin's indecision, Bravo's attempt at slog-sweeping Harbajan and the full-tosses served up by Cooper and Ganga (S). Maybe they will put in a better performance next time. Nevertheless, it was a match worthy of a championship competition.

  • itsthewayuplay on September 27, 2011, 8:45 GMT

    Based on the report and that T&T were the better side (Harbajan quote), the T20I on Friday night and some encouraging signs from the recent test series against India in the WIndies (although they lost 0-1), hopefully WIndies cricket is turning a corner. Even with MI injuries this exposes one of the many issues in Indian cricket and that is lack of bench strength. Whilst especially good to see WIndian team almost defend such a low total and in India at that, the question is how did MI let it go down to wire in a country where cricket is the main sport in India in a population of 1.2bn with the IPL and CLT played for the past few years and where India won the WC earlier this year. India may have a lot of good players by Indian standards but by international standards they are being exposed by overseas domestic teams. It's way over time for the BCCI to hit the panic button.

  • Sakthiivel on September 27, 2011, 8:39 GMT

    T&T should be won.. They deserve but bad luck on T&T, MI win , They always win in group matches and loss in Big games.. Let hope we can see some close matches as these.. CL T20 Rocks...

  • k85amit on September 27, 2011, 8:28 GMT

    Ravi Rampual done a good job and i would like to say you are the best team in clt20... at last night you have seen that what is the cricket.. Best Of Luck :) www.virtualpcdoctor.com

  • Naresh28 on September 27, 2011, 8:02 GMT

    Front-foot-lunge injuries do occur and do heal eventually. Its up to the doctors who have knowledge and xrays etc. who can tell genuine injuries. It's not that Harbajan, Sachin faked injuries. Everyone gets hurt even the Englishmen had injuries.

  • Front-Foot-Lunge on September 27, 2011, 7:40 GMT

    What's Harbajan doing playing cricket, I thought he was injured? Confirmation if ever we needed it that he faked a lame injury because he was afraid of England's dominance.

  • Naresh28 on September 27, 2011, 7:39 GMT

    Its nice to know that all the bashing India team receives about not being able to produce a good fast pace bowler especially from English fans, we can at least be proud that there is a Ravi Rampual and a Bopara out there. These are two classy pace bowlers who dont play for India because of their nationality, but have Indian blood in them. In this game I was impressed by the pace generated by Abu Nechim. Why can he not be nurtured to play for India. Kapil Dev should open a academy that nurtures talent. Yes India will unearth a geniune fast bowler one day. There is lots of talent out in the field. This game was as close as it gets. Both teams surely kept the crowd entertained.

  • johnathonjosephs on September 27, 2011, 7:23 GMT

    Impressed with Harbhajan as a captain. His attitude has severely changed from being the worst to one of the best. Whereas Dhoni failed to acknowledge Malinga's heroics in the last match, Harbhajan flat out said T&T were the better side.....

  • kingcobra85 on September 27, 2011, 6:06 GMT

    MI using all its luck in the group stages. Two matches won from a losing position. Their batting is pathetic but somehow finishing the games

  • Htc-Baseball on September 27, 2011, 5:48 GMT

    Clt20 is bringing back zeal on cricket........T&T , man wat a bunch of guys,,,,.Well since pune warrirs are nt playing ,i support trinidad all the way..........

  • on September 27, 2011, 5:27 GMT

    @Aryansblue that means nothing, trinidad nearly won a game defending 98 on a track where 10 out of the 37 matches were won by the team batting second, stats count for very little with this team

  • on September 27, 2011, 4:53 GMT

    MI should stop depending on the lower order to bail them out all the time, the last two matches were won by the heroics of the lower order (malinga,bajji). injury or no injury MI top order and middle has been dissapointing i think its time for change, maybe send pollard to open with blizzard and give him 6 overs with fielding restrictions and a license to play the way we know he can play

  • on September 27, 2011, 4:50 GMT

    Hats Off - Hats Off - Hats Off to whole Trinidad & Tobago team members! What an performance that was? Really pure,good & superbbb cricket played by T&T team. We know they are the darlings of fielding and with this awesome performance either they lost the match but they won lots of hearts and make feared other teams... HATS OFF!

  • challagalla on September 27, 2011, 4:18 GMT

    I had tears when T& T lost. I earn for the glory days of West Indies as I grew up watching and hearing radio commentary of Clive Lloyd's team. As some readers commented T & T did make some school boy errors and that cost them the match. But what a spirited reposte from T & T in a hard scrappy match. I loved watchinh their enthusiasm and infectious jest for the game. Sadly that's missing in world cricket today. Here's hoping T & T win the next few matches.

  • on September 27, 2011, 4:13 GMT

    Except last ball defensive tactic, Ganga showed excellent agressive captaincy defending a small total. Other captains should learn not to spread the field too soon and go for wickets and not just containment.

  • on September 27, 2011, 4:08 GMT

    It was an evenly poised match well fought by T&T ill the last delivery and the 0.1% difference in performance took the match in favor of Mumbai Indians...... Kudos to both teams for this spectacular match

  • Black_Rider on September 27, 2011, 3:41 GMT

    Mumbai Indians can't do anything without Lasith Malinga.....Keep Going Mali.....Keep taking wickets and keep hitting those sixes.We need you in the T20 WC.With players like Dilshan,sanga,mahela,angelo,ajantha and Chandimal Sri Lanka can be a very tough side to beat......

  • on September 27, 2011, 3:38 GMT

    @ Metman: Ramdin is a good player, he won us enough matches before, but we just need that one extra batsman on the team without dropping a bowler. When I say drop I only mean trying a different combination for the given match by the way..

  • Aryansblue on September 27, 2011, 3:24 GMT

    T & T will be playing against Chennai at home ground, Chennai is very strong at home ground their home ground win record is @ 95%.

  • on September 27, 2011, 1:38 GMT

    Hats off to T&T what a thriller so sad they lost the match but they won many hearts

  • Silloh on September 26, 2011, 23:59 GMT

    We played really well but not well enough to win. TT can reflect on where we lost the game but not for too long. Remember that's history and the next game is Wednesday. Make some changes .. bring in Perkins for Mohammed . I am tempted to say Emrit too for Ganga but are there questions about Emrit's fielding ? If not, play the man. I am sure he can field better than Bravo.

  • on September 26, 2011, 23:47 GMT

    not everyday can the better team win but was a really great match just some school boy errors from t&t an i think no team can beat them if they score 150 cant wait for the next match wednesday

  • on September 26, 2011, 22:28 GMT

    Great job TnT; Windians are proud! TnT - The new West Indies representatives......

  • Metman on September 26, 2011, 22:21 GMT

    @Shawn Sundar !Drop Ramdin ???????.,but he was just recalled to the senior WI team !I thought he was the best in the west !The man only played 3 matches so far,and you calling for his head already?You calling for his head because of that final ball botched runout,or for his batting ?TnT needs to drop Ramdin,yes !and bring in Perkins.I would keep S.Ganga though,and bring in Emrit for Cooper.Beware MI,is the weak link in this group.I foresee Cape cobras and Warriers in the final 4,if not in the final itself !

  • on September 26, 2011, 21:38 GMT

    Nobody gave MI a chance before the start of the tournament. However they are showing fabulous determination. only hope they dont peak out before the end if they reach there. MI have a habit of peaking too early and then slackening when it really matters. Bhajji is a confidence bowler and wil get more dangerous after this spell. This tourney is sure a major success on the quality front

  • on September 26, 2011, 21:20 GMT

    All the batsmen .. form both teams were poor .. bowling from both sides was fine .. and ambari .. though did score 36 .. but was very very poor in his application .. kept going for glory and missed too many balls .. were singles were esily available ... nonetheless .. a good win !

  • paddy145 on September 26, 2011, 20:28 GMT

    Well played T&T, great spirit to keep fighting as you did considering the low total. Can't understand why Pollard and Dwayne Bravo play for a franchise rather than representing a nation that plays with such pride. Some things are more important than dollars. Keep fighting T&T, you deserve to get through.

  • WestIndies1987 on September 26, 2011, 20:04 GMT

    1.Simmons PATHETIC run out led to a batting colapse 2.T & T should have at least batted out the 20 overs. 3.GANGA SHOULD HAVE BROUGHT IN THE FIELD FOR THE LAST BALL! I was almost brought to tears after we lost.

  • on September 26, 2011, 19:46 GMT

    I didn't have too many hopes for this tournament, but the Twenty20 and Champions League detractors are missing out on some great cricket. Yes, "cricket", with all its twists and turns, fortunes and failures, successes and losses. Cricket doesn't need to be in white clothes for five days to be captivating.

  • sudheercric on September 26, 2011, 19:29 GMT

    with these fighting performances the Harbajan lead MI can reach finals but the batsmen really needs an improvement

  • on September 26, 2011, 19:28 GMT

    Bring in Emrit for Sherwin. We can't afford those juicy full tosses. Bring in Perkins for Dinesh, he can keep and open, while Lendl can come in at 3 to strengthen the batting. I bet Ravi is going to be in the next IPL!

  • CricketChat on September 26, 2011, 19:05 GMT

    While it is easier said than done, T&T would have been better off attacking the tailender than confidence boosting spread out fielding with only 1 run to play with. All in all, T&T endeared themselves to the true cricket fans with their fighting spirit. That's why the cricketing world needs a resurgent WI team.

  • on September 26, 2011, 18:57 GMT

    WELL DONE BHAJJI, ANOTHER SLAP IN THE FACE OF HIS CRITICS, HE WAS UNFORTUNATELY RUN-OUT. ELSE HE AND RAYDU WOULD WON THE GAME. 3-22 THATS THE WAY TO ANS..ALL U CANT KEEP HIM OUT HE IS THE BEST AND HIS BEST IS YET TO COME. WATCH IT...

  • on September 26, 2011, 18:52 GMT

    Well played T&T. Hold your heads up high and continue performing in the spirt that you did in the field. You did your country proud and won the hearts of millions more around the world.

  • drtrinileggie on September 26, 2011, 18:51 GMT

    We still in this boys keep the faith, AND KEEP YOUR BATS ON THE GROUND. SHOW WI SELECTORS AND WICB WHAT WE ARE ABOUT.

  • on September 26, 2011, 18:44 GMT

    Malinga is the best again!

  • anshu.s on September 26, 2011, 18:26 GMT

    All the CL matches have been brilliant closely faught contests which had u chewing ur nails......But Our jingoistic Indian media is not repoting the matches at all......they seem permanently obssessed with Team India totally forgeting cricket exists beyond Team India......wat a pity :(

  • Precioustar84 on September 26, 2011, 18:25 GMT

    I agree with NairUSA. I hope the wickets for Team India momentum continues after this league. I hope we don't have to hear more injuries or too much cricket or tiredness ever again!

  • lankavigi on September 26, 2011, 18:23 GMT

    I've got to say that Malinga was actually MI's man of the match. That good spell he bowled and also the 15 runs he got were really crucial. I just hope MI improve their batting and don't have to depend on Malinga to win them each and every match with both bat and ball. I would suggest that Malinga should occupy the number 5 position. He is really capable of bashing the ball all around the park.

  • Harmony111 on September 26, 2011, 18:20 GMT

    Even though this was an exciting match and was extremely riveting and had a fav result for my team Mumbai Indians, I am left with a bit of sadness. I was actually supporting TnT in the last few overs for their sheer fightback. I was hoping for a tie at least. Sad to see TnT losing the match. It would have been two successive days of amazing comebacks by teams from the Caribbean. I really really respect and love TnT now. You got my heart. Indian fans, do you too feel some heaviness in the heart for TnT's loss even though an Indian team has won?

  • Balumekka on September 26, 2011, 18:19 GMT

    Malinga did it again! But overall a poor show by MI

  • Gupta.Ankur on September 26, 2011, 18:05 GMT

    What a spirited performance by MI...........even after losing half their first choice XI due to injuries........they have shown tremendous strength of character.......

  • the_wallster on September 26, 2011, 18:04 GMT

    one of the greatest t20 matches ive ever seen. ganga's captaincy was brilliant for 19.9 overs. what on earth was he thinking for that last ball?

  • on September 26, 2011, 18:04 GMT

    Thriller once again. Mumbai doesn't want to take it easy.

  • on September 26, 2011, 18:00 GMT

    T&T you deserved to be a winner , gr8 cricket from you ppl

  • NairUSA on September 26, 2011, 17:58 GMT

    Good job, Harbhajan in getting 3 wickets for Mumbai Indians. Can you do the same for the Indian team too when England visits? Or will you be injured by that time?

  • on September 26, 2011, 17:57 GMT

    Malinga won the game AGAIN for MI.

  • on September 26, 2011, 17:40 GMT

    wooh.. what a match... T&T were awesome. Malinga's 6 changed the match though.

  • on September 26, 2011, 17:39 GMT

    heartbreak! for Ganga and the TnT team

  • on September 26, 2011, 17:39 GMT

    wow mumbai indians did it again

  • Sabharim on September 26, 2011, 17:36 GMT

    Does the writer understand the meaning of the word 'Rout'? When I saw that headline, I thought the match was over.

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  • Sabharim on September 26, 2011, 17:36 GMT

    Does the writer understand the meaning of the word 'Rout'? When I saw that headline, I thought the match was over.

  • on September 26, 2011, 17:39 GMT

    wow mumbai indians did it again

  • on September 26, 2011, 17:39 GMT

    heartbreak! for Ganga and the TnT team

  • on September 26, 2011, 17:40 GMT

    wooh.. what a match... T&T were awesome. Malinga's 6 changed the match though.

  • on September 26, 2011, 17:57 GMT

    Malinga won the game AGAIN for MI.

  • NairUSA on September 26, 2011, 17:58 GMT

    Good job, Harbhajan in getting 3 wickets for Mumbai Indians. Can you do the same for the Indian team too when England visits? Or will you be injured by that time?

  • on September 26, 2011, 18:00 GMT

    T&T you deserved to be a winner , gr8 cricket from you ppl

  • on September 26, 2011, 18:04 GMT

    Thriller once again. Mumbai doesn't want to take it easy.

  • the_wallster on September 26, 2011, 18:04 GMT

    one of the greatest t20 matches ive ever seen. ganga's captaincy was brilliant for 19.9 overs. what on earth was he thinking for that last ball?

  • Gupta.Ankur on September 26, 2011, 18:05 GMT

    What a spirited performance by MI...........even after losing half their first choice XI due to injuries........they have shown tremendous strength of character.......