Champions League Twenty20 - Group B

Mumbai Indians v Sydney Sixers

Sydney Sixers won by 12 runs

0.1

Patel to Lumb, FOUR, short of a length, on off, Lumb gets a think inside edge past short fine leg

0.2

Patel to Lumb, no run, length ball, just outside off, seams away a little, left alone

0.3

Patel to Lumb, 1 run, another thick inside edge, gets a single to square leg

0.4

Patel to Nevill, no run, length ball, on off, pushed to square leg

0.5

Patel to Nevill, no run, full, on off, pushed back to Munaf

0.6

Patel to Nevill, 2 runs, picked away off the pads, Ojha makes a diving save at the deep square leg fence

Sydney Sixers 7/0   MM Patel 1-0-7-0

2.1

Patel to Nevill, no run, short of a length, just outside off, he tries to pull, but it is not short enough

2.2

Patel to Nevill, 1 run, runs this shortish delivery to third man

2.3

Patel to Lumb, no run, short, wide, he tries to upper-cut, but is beaten

2.4

Patel to Lumb, 2 runs, pulled away, but he has mis-hit it past midwicket

2.5

Patel to Lumb, no run, another pull off a bowl to full for pull, beaten as he tries it

2.6

Patel to Lumb, 1 run, looks to run this down to third man, gets a bottom edge for a single

Sydney Sixers 22/0   MM Patel 2-0-11-0

5.1

Patel to Nevill, OUT, Sixers have nominated the pull as their favourite poison. Nevill tries one to a delivery nearly not full enough, and lobs it down mid-on's throat

PM Nevill c Perera b Patel 5 (23m 8b 0x4 0x6) SR: 62.50

5.2

Patel to Haddin, no run, short of a length, no room, extra bounce, and Haddin, who is on the charge, is surprised. And beaten

5.3

Patel to Haddin, OUT, Patel is on fire here. Digs it in short again, provides Haddin with the room. I don't know if it is extra bounce or spongy bounce at work, but all Haddin manages with the cut is catching practice to cover-point. Hold on for a second. They are checking if the front foot has landed fine. Yes it has. Only by inches, but it has

BJ Haddin c Rayudu b Patel 0 (1m 2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

5.4

Patel to Smith, no run, short of a length, on off, pushed to cover-point

5.5

Patel to Smith, no run, length ball, just outside off, defended to cover

5.6

Patel to Smith, no run, double-wicket maiden. And they didn't want to play Munaf. Short of a length, just outside off, defended again

Sydney Sixers 40/3   MM Patel 3-1-11-2

18.1

Patel to McCullum, 1 run, yorker outside off, dug out for a single

18.2

Patel to Cummins, 1 run, another yorker, steered away to third man

18.3

Patel to McCullum, 1 run, slower length ball, pushed towards long-off for one

18.4

Patel to Cummins, no run, looks to pull, but finds short midwicket

18.5

Patel to Cummins, 2 runs, high full toss, gets a thick edge over short third man

18.6

Patel to Cummins, 1 run, full, outside off, driven to extra cover

Sydney Sixers 125/7   MM Patel 4-1-17-2
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Photos

Oct 22, 2012

Pat Cummins is congratulated on a wicket, Mumbai Indians v Sydney Sixers, Champions League T20, Durban, October 22, 2012

Pat Cummins is congratulated on a wicket

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Oct 22, 2012

Steve Smith is bowled while trying to paddle Lasith Malinga, Mumbai Indians v Sydney Sixers, Champions League T20, Durban, October 22, 2012

Steve Smith is bowled while trying to paddle Lasith Malinga

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