Indian Premier League, 66th match: Mumbai Indians v Rajasthan Royals at Mumbai, May 20, 2011
Rajasthan Royals won by 10 wickets (with 41 balls remaining)
20 May 2011 - night match (20-over match)

Singh to Tendulkar, no run, back of a length and worked to mid on, thoughts of a run but they decide against it


Singh to Tendulkar, FOUR, too cute from SRT. He makes a little move across his stumps and knows there's a gap at fine leg, so he scoops the ball through there and its an easy boundary


Singh to Tendulkar, OUT, the end of SRT. It was quicker from Singh and banged in short. SRT decided to cut. He didn't get as much as bat as he would have liked on it and it ended up being an easy catch for Shane Watson at third man. He holds on to the ball gleefully, this is a big wicket for sure.

SR Tendulkar c Watson b Singh 31 (35b 3x4 0x6) SR: 88.57


Singh to Sharma, 1 run, but not facing, Sharma plays that down to fine leg to put the big West Indian on strike


Singh to Pollard, no run, not short enough to pull but Pollard wants to anyway and he mistimes that horribly, doesn't even make contact


Singh to Pollard, no run, good bowling from Amit Singh, Bangs that in short and makes Pollard look like a scared kitten. He backs away a litlte bit, hops on his backfoot and has a very surprised look on his face.

Mumbai Indians 66/3   A Singh 1-0-5-1

Singh to Sharma, FOUR, well, Amit Singh, if you are going to open a door, Sharma is going to walk through it. Too much width outside off and Sharma takes full advantage, drived through point and its an easy four


Singh to Sharma, 2 runs, goes down the track and lofts that over long off, hasnt got enough on it and it doesnt reach the boundary, but its a good shot on the charge


Singh to Sharma, SIX, now Singh drops it short and Sharma loves it. He pulls with such style, uses the wrists well and sends that miles. That's a biggie


Singh to Sharma, 1 run, he has learnt his lesson about bowling short, pitches this one up and Sharma cant get under it properly, smacks it to long on, only for one


Singh to Pollard, no run, Singh giving Pollard the treatment, that's a bouncer and it follows Pollard, who ducks to avoid it


Singh to Pollard, 2 runs, slower ball to end the over and its worked onto the on side, past mid-on and they look for two and get it

Mumbai Indians 85/3   A Singh 2-0-20-1





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