Indian Premier League, 45th match: Pune Warriors v Mumbai Indians at Pune, May 3, 2012
Mumbai Indians won by 1 run
3 May 2012 - night match (20-over match)

Patel to Uthappa, no run, on the off-stump, tries to play it to the leg-side and it goes to the close-in fielder.


Patel to Uthappa, no run, outside the off stump, on good length, dabbed it away to point


Patel to Uthappa, SIX, wohoaa! Six! Pitched up, wasn't too quick a bowler and Uthappa went with the shot, over the bowler, maximum!


Patel to Uthappa, no run, tries to run it down the third-man, misses


Patel to Uthappa, 1 run, played away to the leg side for a single, they do not need too many more than six an over


Patel to Ryder, no run, outside the off stump, defended on the front foot to the short cover fielder. That was the first ball he faced did Ryder

Pune Warriors 13/0   MM Patel 1-0-7-0

Patel to Ryder, no run, on the middle, short of good length, defended back to the bowler


Patel to Ryder, 1 run, slowish, on the pads, flicked away to the deep square-leg fielder for a single. Ryder's scored his first this evening.


Patel to Uthappa, OUT, given out, lbw! Was that high? Uthappa moved around in the crease, the pads were in front of the stumps and he missed, hits the pads and the appeal was upheld. Height could have been an issue there, but the umpire certainly did not think so.

RV Uthappa lbw b Patel 18 (17m 18b 2x4 1x6) SR: 100.00


Patel to Clarke, no run, on his pads,pitched up, driven to short mid-wicket


Patel to Clarke, no run, outside the off stump, tries to cut it, but the ball refuses to come on to the bat well enough for him to time the shot too well and it goes to the point fielder


Patel to Clarke, no run, steps out of the pitch, but defended back to the bowler. Good over from Patel

Pune Warriors 20/1   MM Patel 2-0-8-1

Patel to Ryder, no run, outside the off stump, wanted to heave it away, but can get it away only to mid-on


Patel to Ryder, no run, quicker, went for the pull, 133.5 km/hr, misses the pull and goes to the keeper who is up to the stumps


Patel to Ryder, FOUR, pitched up on his pads this time and that is easy hitting for the batsman, he needed to flick it away and that's run away for a four!


Patel to Ryder, 1 run, another pull attempted and it hits a bit high on the bat, did not go where Ryder wanted, falls short of Rayadu at deep square-leg


Patel to Clarke, 1 run, shot, classically driven through the on-side and it is a pity it is only a single. Superb timing


Patel to Ryder, no run, widish outside the off-stump, driven but straight to the mid-off fielder.

Pune Warriors 37/1   MM Patel 3-0-14-1

Patel to Manhas, no run, goes down the pitch, wanted to cut it away, misses and that makes the equation tougher.


Patel to Manhas, 1 wide, slow as slow can get from a pace bowler, and that was wide outside the off-stump, Manhas however had gone too close to it and still called a wide.


Patel to Manhas, 1 run, pitched up and drilled to long-off, but only for a single


Patel to Kumar, 1 run, pitched up yet again from Munaf and BK drives it through the covers for a single


Patel to Manhas, 1 run, cut away, slower one outside the off stump, and it goes on the bounce to deep point. Only a single. Two boundaries needed here.


Patel to Kumar, FOUR, shot, shot, shot, four, inside out, through wide long-off and that brings the equation down to four from one. Slower one too and played really well.


Patel to Kumar, 2 runs, full-toss, flicked away and it goes straight to deep mid-wicket and they get only a couple of runs, Mumbai Indians have won by a solitary run.

Pune Warriors 119/6   MM Patel 4-0-24-1





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