Indian Premier League, 49th match: Mumbai Indians v Delhi Daredevils at Mumbai, May 7, 2011
Mumbai Indians won by 32 runs
7 May 2011 - night match (20-over match)

7.58pm It's a massive crowd at the Wankhede, and it's extremely noisy. There is a huge roar as Sachin and Blizzard walk in.

7.50pm Shubham: "Today I dreamed that if my comment is published than my tomorrow's exam will go good. Cricinfo now its in your hand.. please help me get good marks." Hmmm. I hope you have been studying as well.

Nahim: "Ingram- very talented player, but somehow teams can never quite fit him in. He hasn't been a regular in the SA team either, despite scoring a couple of ODI centuries."

7.35pm It's the clash of the big cities, with Delhi Daredevils taking on the Mumbai Indians. Delhi desperately need a win, while a victory for Mumbai will all but ensure a place in the semi-finals.

Toss Delhi have won the toss and chose to field.

Sachin Tendulkar: "It's a typical Wankhede wicket, and should be good to bat on. I've spoken to Sehwag and he's promised to behave today."

Sehwag: "I've told my boys to play freely, and without pressure. Hopefully the crowd will support us also. The dew factor is there, which is why we want to bowl. All four games are must-win, hopefully we can do well today."

Tendulkar says 165-170 should be a good score. Mumbai have gone in unchanged, Delhi bring back David Warner for Aaron Finch. The other Delhi change is that Colin Ingram gets his first game of the season, ahead of Travis Birt. Spinner S Nadeem returns to the XI.


Morkel to Blizzard, no run, short of length ball heading for middle, Blizzard is opened up as he looks to tuck the ball to the leg side


Morkel to Blizzard, no run, keeps it on the same length, no room for Blizzard, defended down the track


Morkel to Blizzard, no run, superb start from Morkel, keeps it back of a length and sends this on leg stump, defended towards midwicket


Morkel to Blizzard, 1 wide, bouncer from Morkel, but it is too far down the leg side, Mumbai are off the mark


Morkel to Blizzard, FOUR, Blizzard backs away to make room, opens himself up and wallops the ball in front of point for a hard-hit four


Morkel to Blizzard, FOUR, an awkward pull from Blizzard, not timed very well but still has enough on it to go for four past midwicket


Morkel to Blizzard, 1 run, on the pads, clipped to midwicket for a single

Teja: "@Shubham.. Now it is in your hand - To let the dream come true. Ok, wake up now. Now read exam books, not Cricket commentary"

End of over 1 (10 runs) Mumbai Indians 10/0 (RR: 10.00)

    • AC Blizzard 9 (6b 2x4)
    • SR Tendulkar 0 (0b)
    • M Morkel 1-0-10-0

Pathan to Blizzard, no run, a hint of swing away from Pathan, fullish ball on middle, defended with a straight bat and no footwork by Blizzard


Pathan to Blizzard, no run, keeps it full and just outside off this time, pushed towards cover

Familiar chants of "Sachin, Sachin" ring around the Wankhede


Pathan to Blizzard, no run, length ball outside off, beaten outside off as Blizzard looks to drive


Pathan to Blizzard, 1 run, eased towards cover for a single, not too many singles get as big a cheer as this one, Tendulkar is now on strike


Pathan to Tendulkar, no run, Irfan getting the ball to swing it in, short of length ball pitching just outside off, defended from the crease by Tendulkar


Pathan to Tendulkar, FOUR, Shot! this is what the Wankhede crowd came in, Tendulkar gets off the mark with a breathtaking drive between mid-off and extra cover, perfect placement, perfect timing

End of over 2 (5 runs) Mumbai Indians 15/0 (RR: 7.50)

    • SR Tendulkar 4 (2b 1x4)
    • AC Blizzard 10 (10b 2x4)
    • IK Pathan 1-0-5-0
    • M Morkel 1-0-10-0

Morkel to Blizzard, FOUR, Blizzard doesn't look too graceful a batsman, he's been pretty effective though, gets his front leg well out of the way and flat bats an outside off ball past the bowler for four


Morkel to Blizzard, no run, dabbed towards point this time


Morkel to Blizzard, FOUR, a pick-up shot form Blizzard, whipped from leg stump behind backward square leg for four more, the normally economical Morkel leaking runs here


Morkel to Blizzard, FOUR, Blizzard again gets his front leg out of the way, and slams the ball over cover, bottom hand comes off as he plays that shot, third boundary of the over


Morkel to Blizzard, FOUR, another four, four in the over, Blizzard continues to back away and carve the ball through off, this time behind point for four more

More field changes, point comes in, square leg goes back


Morkel to Blizzard, FOUR, those changes make no impact., Morkel gets hit for his fifth four of the over, on legstump, glanced fine by Blizzard, the Wankhede crowd is lapping it up

End of over 3 (20 runs) Mumbai Indians 35/0 (RR: 11.66)

    • AC Blizzard 30 (16b 7x4)
    • SR Tendulkar 4 (2b 1x4)
    • M Morkel 2-0-30-0
    • IK Pathan 1-0-5-0

Pathan to Tendulkar, FOUR, if Blizzard is going bonkers at the other end, Tendulkar is killing them softly, leans forward and plays a lovely on-drive, minimal effort, timing and placement again


Pathan to Tendulkar, no run, jags back in from just outside off, defended to the off side by Tendulkar


Pathan to Tendulkar, no run, Tendulkar attempts the paddle after shuffling across, can't get hold of it and the ball loops wide of the keeper on th eleg side


Pathan to Tendulkar, 1 wide, swings down the leg side


Pathan to Tendulkar, no run, Irfan appeals desperately for lbw, Tendulkar looks to nudge the ball down leg after moving across the stumps, hits the pads and that looked to be heading just down leg


Pathan to Tendulkar, no run, length ball on middle and leg, defended to the leg side by Tendulkar


Pathan to Tendulkar, 1 run, Tendulkar punches the ball towards mid-on and sets off immediately for a single, there's a direct hit at the keeper's end but Blizzard's in

End of over 4 (6 runs) Mumbai Indians 41/0 (RR: 10.25)

    • SR Tendulkar 9 (8b 2x4)
    • AC Blizzard 30 (16b 7x4)
    • IK Pathan 2-0-11-0
    • M Morkel 2-0-30-0

Ajit Agarkar brought on to control the scoring.


Agarkar to Tendulkar, no run, fullish ball on legstump, tucked towards square leg


Agarkar to Tendulkar, no run, length ball outside off, driven firmly towards mid-off

Update Kolkata have won the previous game on Duckworth-Lewis method


Agarkar to Tendulkar, FOUR, slightly short, bit of width, that's all Tendulkar needs, rocks back and slaps it behind point for four


Agarkar to Tendulkar, 1 run, short ball from Agarkar, Tendulkar pull but can't beat deep square leg


Agarkar to Blizzard, FOUR, Blizzard brings up the Mumbai fifty with a powerful hit, doesn't get it as long as he would have liked, it going very very high but lands beyond Morkle who was running back from mid-off, a few bounces before crossing the rope


Agarkar to Blizzard, no run, slower offcutter from Ajit, nicely done, Blizzard fishes at it outside off and didn't get bat on it

End of over 5 (9 runs) Mumbai Indians 50/0 (RR: 10.00)

    • AC Blizzard 34 (18b 8x4)
    • SR Tendulkar 14 (12b 3x4)
    • AB Agarkar 1-0-9-0
    • IK Pathan 2-0-11-0

Pathan to Tendulkar, no run, Tendulkar tries a cute paddle from outside off, hit on the pads, there's a muted lbw appeal


Pathan to Tendulkar, OUT, Irfan's got the breakthrough, Tendulkar tries an ugly swipe, he misses as the ball keeps lower than he expects, and off stump is rocked back, relief for Delhi

SR Tendulkar b Pathan 14 (14b 3x4 0x6) SR: 100.00


Pathan to Rayudu, no run, short ball just outside off, lets it through to the keeper


Pathan to Rayudu, no run, Irfan getting the ball to seam in appreciably, Rayudu was initially going for the big hit, but the movement forces he defend the ball instead


Pathan to Rayudu, no run, Rayudu charges down the track, and once more he can't play the aggressive shot he wants, blocked to the off side


Pathan to Rayudu, no run, a wicket maiden from Irfan, super stuff, short of length and outside off, Rayudu looked to guide the ball to third man but can't connect

Gayan: "Yesterday it was a Gayle, today a Blizzard...........What's next?"

End of over 6 (wicket maiden) Mumbai Indians 50/1 (RR: 8.33)

    • AT Rayudu 0 (4b)
    • AC Blizzard 34 (18b 8x4)
    • IK Pathan 3-1-11-1
    • AB Agarkar 1-0-9-0

Spin is in


Nadeem to Blizzard, 1 run, pushed towards square leg for a single


Nadeem to Rayudu, 1 run, length ball turns away, Rayudu hangs back and guides the ball towards third man


Nadeem to Blizzard, no run, Blizzard mistimes the drive towards extra cover


Nadeem to Blizzard, 2 runs, whipped off the pads towards deep square leg


Nadeem to Blizzard, no run, length ball, eased back to the bowler


Nadeem to Blizzard, OUT, the Delhi fight back continues, Blizzard is gone, he looks to club the ball over midwicket after clearing the front leg, he can only provide a low catch to Sehwag at midwicket, Sehwag nonchalantly tosses the ball to the ground after snaffling the catch

AC Blizzard c Sehwag b Nadeem 37 (23b 8x4 0x6) SR: 160.86

Wicket came at the right time too, my mailbox was groaning under the weight of Blizzard puns

End of over 7 (4 runs) Mumbai Indians 54/2 (RR: 7.71)

    • AT Rayudu 1 (5b)
    • S Nadeem 1-0-4-1
    • IK Pathan 3-1-11-1

Hopes to Rayudu, 1 run, shortish ball, Rayudu pulls off the back foot towards midwicket


Hopes to Sharma, 1 run, short and outside off, Rohit stands tall and pushes the ball towards third man


Hopes to Rayudu, FOUR, Yogesh Nagar throws himself spectacularly to his left at backward point but he can't get a hand on a screaming cut from Rayudu, powered to the boundary


Hopes to Rayudu, no run, Rayudu misses an outside off delivery


Hopes to Rayudu, 1 run, opens the face to steer the ball down to third man for a single


Hopes to Sharma, 1 run, shortish and on middle, Rohit once again gets up on his toes and guides the ball to third man, this one was very close to his body but he still managed to control the ball

End of over 8 (8 runs) Mumbai Indians 62/2 (RR: 7.75)

    • RG Sharma 2 (2b)
    • AT Rayudu 7 (9b 1x4)
    • JR Hopes 1-0-8-0
    • S Nadeem 1-0-4-1

Nadeem to Sharma, no run, fires it wide outside off, left alone


Nadeem to Sharma, 1 run, eased towards long-on for a single


Nadeem to Rayudu, 1 run, bends and dabs the ball towards short third man, Hopes misfields and gives away the single

KG:"Irfan Pathan bowling a wicket maiden and getting Tendulkar bowled. Is it '2012' already?"


Nadeem to Sharma, 1 run, length ball heading for legstump, clipped towards square leg by Rohit


Nadeem to Rayudu, 1 leg bye, Rayudu gets on one knee as he looks to sweep, can't get hold of it, off the pads to the leg side


Nadeem to Sharma, 1 run, Rohit stands tall and drives elegantly through cover for a single

Time-out time

Adam continues the weather puns: "Tomorrow will be Sunny (Singh)?"

Manoj brings in the superheros: "@Gayan : Storm? Followed by other X-men?"

Sanhosh: "Irfan Pathan will definitely get a national call. Whoever bowls Sachin always gets a chance in the national side- Sreesanth, Chawla,Vinay Kumar "

End of over 9 (5 runs) Mumbai Indians 67/2 (RR: 7.44)

    • RG Sharma 5 (6b)
    • AT Rayudu 8 (11b 1x4)
    • S Nadeem 2-0-8-1
    • JR Hopes 1-0-8-0

Hopes to Sharma, no run, length ball angling in towards off, clipped towards cover


Hopes to Sharma, no run, short of length ball driven firmly but can't beat short extra cover


Hopes to Sharma, 1 run, dabs the ball towards midwicket and sneaks a single

Karn Mamgain: "No, 2012 was over when he got $1.9. Now we all are living in a dream - like the one Berkley talks about!"


Hopes to Rayudu, no run, swing and a miss just outside off


Hopes to Rayudu, FOUR, what a shot that is from Rayudu, the ball was outside leg, Rayudu gets his front leg way down the leg side and then swivel to loft the ball to deep backward square leg


Hopes to Rayudu, FOUR, much more classical shot this time, gets on the front foot and drives through covers for four

Saad: "@KG more like its 2005 again ;)" Ah, the Irfan Indian fans are dying to see

End of over 10 (9 runs) Mumbai Indians 76/2 (RR: 7.60)

    • AT Rayudu 16 (14b 3x4)
    • RG Sharma 6 (9b)
    • JR Hopes 2-0-17-0
    • S Nadeem 2-0-8-1

Nadeem to Sharma, 1 run, a belated call for a single after the ball is pushed towards short cover, a misfield prompts the decision to take a run, a direct hit would have been trouble


Nadeem to Rayudu, 1 run


Nadeem to Sharma, 1 run, short of length ball heading for legstump, defended to the on side


Nadeem to Rayudu, 1 run, fuller on middle and leg, firmly driven towards long-off, batsmen wanted the second, but David Warner was on to that one in a flash and had the batsmen deciding against the second


Nadeem to Sharma, 1 run, makes room and slices the ball towards cover


Nadeem to Rayudu, 1 run, comes down the track and slashes the ball towards deep point for a single

End of over 11 (6 runs) Mumbai Indians 82/2 (RR: 7.45)

    • AT Rayudu 19 (17b 3x4)
    • RG Sharma 9 (12b)
    • S Nadeem 3-0-14-1
    • JR Hopes 2-0-17-0

Ajit's back


Agarkar to Rayudu, 1 run, slashes the first ball behind backward point


Agarkar to Sharma, no run, length ball follows the batsman who was skipping down the leg side, pushed towards mid-off, Rayudu wanted one, Rohit rightly didn't, there's a direct hit, Rayudu's saved by the desperate dive


Agarkar to Sharma, 2 runs, driven along the ground, towards deep extra cover


Agarkar to Sharma, 2 runs, Rohit survives, he goes for the pull, mishits it, it's in the air for a while and lands well short of the boundary, Warner races in from the rope but even he can't get to the ball which lands a yard short of him


Agarkar to Sharma, 3 runs, launched towards long-on, should have been a single, the throw from the deep hits directly at the non-striker's end, batsmen sneak an extra run and when the ricochet is fielded and thrown to the keeper's end, there's no one backing up, so another run is gifted away, amateurish stuff from Delhi


Agarkar to Rayudu, SIX, a half-volley on the pads, an effortless flick sends the ball soaring over the watching Warner at the deep square leg boundary

As usual, Indian fans can't stop talking about Irfan.

Sunil: "I feel Irfan should have bowled out his 4 overs at a go . He was in a good rhythm . Besides he isn't effective at the death. "

Dipanka Sen: "So happy to watch Irfan's fabulous bowling today-Indian cricket needs him back desperately."

End of over 12 (14 runs) Mumbai Indians 96/2 (RR: 8.00)

    • AT Rayudu 26 (19b 3x4 1x6)
    • RG Sharma 16 (16b)
    • AB Agarkar 2-0-23-0
    • S Nadeem 3-0-14-1

Morkel to Sharma, 1 run, shortish ball outside off, Rohit stands tall and guides the ball towards third man


Morkel to Rayudu, 1 wide, too far outside off stump


Morkel to Rayudu, 1 run, good ball from Morkel, short of length again and on offstump, defended to the off side


Morkel to Sharma, SIX, superb hit from Rohit, skates out of the crease and wallops that over the bowler's head for a six, Morkel's poor day continues


Morkel to Sharma, 1 run, responds with a typical Morkel ball, back of a length on middle and off, guides it to third man


Morkel to Rayudu, no run, Rayudu attempts something extravagant, shuffles across the stumps and looks to muscle a shortish ball to long leg


Morkel to Rayudu, 1 run, plays the shot Rohit has played plenty of times today, the tap towards third man

Sanjeev NC: "Agarkar into his second over...and no comments on him yet?? Having an off day boys?" I've decided to ease off on the Ajit jokes.

End of over 13 (11 runs) Mumbai Indians 107/2 (RR: 8.23)

    • AT Rayudu 28 (22b 3x4 1x6)
    • RG Sharma 24 (19b 1x6)
    • M Morkel 3-0-41-0
    • AB Agarkar 2-0-23-0

Agarkar to Rayudu, 1 run, length ball outside off, slapped towards cover


Agarkar to Sharma, 1 run, shortish ball on off, Rohit opens the face and plays it fine towards third man


Agarkar to Rayudu, no run, shortish and outside off, batsman looks to hook that one, can't get bat on it


Agarkar to Rayudu, no run, another short ball, another attempted hook, another miss, superb over from Ajit so far


Agarkar to Rayudu, 1 run, shortish ball outside off, flat-batted towards long-off, mistimed by Rayudu


Agarkar to Sharma, 1 leg bye, that looked out, Ajit was convinced it was, length ball coming in, looked to be hitting the stumps, perhaps the umpire thought the batsman was hit on the pads outside off, height wasn't an issue there, leg bye taken as the ball rolls to point, replays show that ball was hitting middle and leg

The stretch-your-legs Time-out is here.

Rohan: "Such great atmosphere at the Wankhede. Whoever says the IPL's lost its shine must come watch this game"

End of over 14 (4 runs) Mumbai Indians 111/2 (RR: 7.92)

    • RG Sharma 25 (21b 1x6)
    • AT Rayudu 30 (26b 3x4 1x6)
    • AB Agarkar 3-0-26-0
    • M Morkel 3-0-41-0

Hopes to Sharma, no run, missed the ball outside off


Hopes to Sharma, SIX, massive! Rohit Sharma celebrates the reprieve with a blast over the bowler's head, a length ball begging to be hit, Rohit sends that on to the roof of the Wankhede


Hopes to Sharma, 1 run, cuts this one for a single


Hopes to Rayudu, FOUR, powerfully pulled by Rayudu, that one screamed to the boundary, deep midwicket didn't have too much ground to cover, but he could only watch the ball race by


Hopes to Rayudu, 1 run, mistimes the pull this time, badly enough to land short of the fielder at deep midwicket


Hopes to Sharma, SIX, Rohit's turning it on here, he brings up the 400th six of the season with a club towards cow corner, and that's 18 off the over

These last five overs should be fun if you are a Mumbai fan

End of over 15 (18 runs) Mumbai Indians 129/2 (RR: 8.60)

    • RG Sharma 38 (25b 3x6)
    • AT Rayudu 35 (28b 4x4 1x6)
    • JR Hopes 3-0-35-0
    • AB Agarkar 3-0-26-0

Pathan to Rayudu, 1 run, Pathan bowls a superb yorker to start, squeezed towards point


Pathan to Sharma, FOUR, wayward from Irfan, a full toss outside off, Rohit wante to slam that through extra cover, takes the edge, past the keeper for four


Pathan to Sharma, 2 runs, superbly timed by Rohit, Irfan saw the batsman skipping past leg and followed him, Rohit was cramped up but he still managed to drive the ball past the bowler


Pathan to Sharma, no run, moves away from the stumps and drives it past extra cover


Pathan to Sharma, FOUR, dropped, by Warner off all people, it should have been taken, a pull that goes just wide of him, nice height though he had to move to his right, gets his hands to it put can't pouch it


Pathan to Sharma, 1 run, driven down to long-off all along the ground

End of over 16 (12 runs) Mumbai Indians 141/2 (RR: 8.81)

    • RG Sharma 49 (30b 2x4 3x6)
    • AT Rayudu 36 (29b 4x4 1x6)
    • IK Pathan 4-1-23-1
    • JR Hopes 3-0-35-0

Morkel to Sharma, no run, a massive appeal for caught behind, it was a full ball outside off, Rohit backs away and is forced to reach across to, did he get a faint edge? hard to tell, Taufell didn't think so


Morkel to Sharma, OUT, Morkel's day just got better, Rohit wanted to smash that back of length ball towards midwicket, gets an edge that sends it swirling to third man, this time the fielder holds on to it, no half-century for Rohit

RG Sharma c Venugopal Rao b Morkel 49 (32b 2x4 3x6) SR: 153.12


Morkel to Rayudu, 1 run, squeezed out towards point for a single to bring Pollard on strike, the crowd love him and the noise levels go up as Pollard takes guard


Morkel to Pollard, 1 run, Pollard nearly gets a golden duck, the short one from Morkel, goes for the pull, top-edges it but it lands beyond mid-on


Morkel to Rayudu, 1 run, a strange-looking shot from Rayudu, he was far across the stumps and looking to do a Tendulkar-like whip to the leg side, decides against it at the last moment, and taps the ball towards cover, raises his front leg as he plays the stroke


Morkel to Pollard, 1 wide, bouncers are the way to go against Pollard, Morkel has decided, this one is down the leg side


Morkel to Pollard, FOUR, unlucky for Morkel, he pitches it up this time and has Morkel feeling for the ball outside off, gets a healthy edge, too healthy for Delhi's liking, wide of the keeper for four

End of over 17 (8 runs) Mumbai Indians 149/3 (RR: 8.76)

    • KA Pollard 5 (2b 1x4)
    • AT Rayudu 38 (31b 4x4 1x6)
    • M Morkel 4-0-49-1
    • IK Pathan 4-1-23-1

Nadeem to Rayudu, no run, punched back to the bowler


Nadeem to Rayudu, 2 runs, tucks this one wide of mid-on


Nadeem to Rayudu, SIX, hello massive, Rayudu makes room and blasts the fired-in delivery over long-off


Nadeem to Rayudu, FOUR, flat and overpitched, Rayudu comes down the track and cracks it wide of long-off for four more, and that's his fifty


Nadeem to Rayudu, 1 run, charges out and drives the ball down the gorund


Nadeem to Pollard, 1 run, on the pads, whipped down to fine leg for a single

Ajit from Singapore: "Jokes?! Pfftt. All of Agarkar's legendary tales are facts. Not jokes. Yes he did break the 100 mph barrier. Yes he did fly for about a minute once. And yes he was offered a couple of Hollywood films. Respect him guys. Come on."

End of over 18 (14 runs) Mumbai Indians 163/3 (RR: 9.05)

    • KA Pollard 6 (3b 1x4)
    • AT Rayudu 51 (36b 5x4 2x6)
    • S Nadeem 4-0-28-1
    • M Morkel 4-0-49-1

Hopes to Pollard, no run, full and wide, Pollard had moved away from leg, can't get bat on ball


Hopes to Pollard, 1 run, length ball, Pollard blasts it down the ground, lands a few yards short of Warner


Hopes to Rayudu, FOUR, a yorker on the pads, lovely shot from Rayudu, wristy hit sends the ball scurrying to the deep backward square leg boundary, and with that Rayudu is third on the run-scoring charts for the season


Hopes to Rayudu, FOUR, four more for Rayudu, gets a big stride in and drives over the in-field, Warner races across from long-off, but can't get there


Hopes to Rayudu, OUT, bizarre stuff this and the end of Rayudu, he looks to drive over extra cover off the back foot, his right leg slips and hits the stumps so he is hit wicket, and his attempted drive ends up as a catch to extra cover

AT Rayudu c Sehwag b Hopes 59 (39b 7x4 2x6) SR: 151.28


Hopes to Symonds, 1 run, Symonds comes down the track and slaps the ball to deep midwicket for a single

End of over 19 (10 runs) Mumbai Indians 173/4 (RR: 9.10)

    • A Symonds 1 (1b)
    • KA Pollard 7 (5b 1x4)
    • JR Hopes 4-0-45-1
    • S Nadeem 4-0-28-1

Ajit to bowl the final over


Agarkar to Symonds, 1 run, superb start from Ajit, a full and wide ball, chopped to the off side


Agarkar to Pollard, no run, a bouncer on legstump, Pollard ducks under


Agarkar to Pollard, 1 run, a perfect yorker from Ajit, powered towards long-off, Pollard should have been run-out, Ajit can't collect the simple throw from the deep though, Pollard was yards out, Ajit has his hands on his head


Agarkar to Symonds, 1 run, scythed to sweeper cover for a single


Agarkar to Pollard, 1 run, outstanding fielding from Venugopal Rao at long-on, Pollard absolutely murdered that shortish one from Ajit, seemed to be headed for a certain boundary, Rao comes across in a jiffy to intercept


Agarkar to Symonds, 1 run, an outstanding over from Ajit (a good day to lay off the jokes, then), the final ball is muscled to the leg side for one more single, just five off the final over with Pollard and Symonds at the crease, that's superb

Subash: "There is myth if u score 180+ batting first at wankhade u lose.... MI knew it"

Umer Shahid: "Two biggest hitter in the world batting togather of last over???What should happen???nothing...Just 5 runs are given...Agakar you just got one more fan to admire your bowling..."

Jay: "Rayudu should get MOM today despite of who wins today. He has been performing extremely well in this tournament and never got a MOM "

Arshaq: "Somebody mentioned 2012. Anu Malik singing. Enough said."

End of over 20 (5 runs) Mumbai Indians 178/4

    • A Symonds 4 (4b)
    • KA Pollard 9 (8b 1x4)
    • AB Agarkar 4-0-31-0
    • JR Hopes 4-0-45-1





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