Mumbai Indians v Royal Challengers, IPL 2014, Mumbai May 6, 2014

Mumbai prevail in heated contest

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Mumbai Indians 187 for 5 (Rohit 59*, Pollard 43) beat Royal Challengers Bangalore 168 for 8 (Gayle 38, Kohli 35, Bumrah 2-22, Malinga 2-29, Harbhajan 2-33) by 19 runs
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Hattangadi: Pollard, Starc must be punished

A calculated charge from Rohit Sharma and Kieron Pollard amid indisciplined bowling from Royal Challengers Bangalore set up Mumbai Indians' victory, their second on the trot at home. Rohit and Pollard came together at 84 for 4 in the tenth over and accelerated late to add 97 in the next ten. Combined with 25 extras, including 12 wides, it was well beyond Royal Challengers' reach, though they had reached 94 for 1 in the tenth over. Harbhajan Singh then claimed Chris Gayle for 38, and Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers went soon after as the visitors' challenge melted away.

With one side of the ground smaller than the other, and a furiously quick outfield, both sides wanted to chase, and Royal Challengers did. Mumbai Indians' top order of Ben Dunk, CM Gautam and Ambati Rayudu could not really get going on a pitch with pace and bounce, but the numerous extras served up by the Royal Challengers quick bowlers ensured the run-rate stayed reasonably high. The visitors hit back with quick wickets as the halfway mark of the innings approached, when Pollard joined Rohit.

With only Aditya Tare and the bowlers to come, the pair was forced to play cautiously for some time. The first five overs of the partnership produced only 29, despite some poor fielding. With about six overs left, Rohit and Pollard gradually opened up. Amid throwing his bat at Mitchell Starc in an ugly flare-up, Pollard contributed 43 off 31.

Rohit cut loose in the penultimate over bowled by Varun Aaron. A couple of top-edges flew fine for six, there was a straight hit for four and a sliced six over deep cover as 24 came off the over. Rohit lofted Starc for four over extra cover off the last ball of the innings to surge to 59 off 35 as Mumbai Indians ended on 187 for 5.

Gayle and Parthiv Patel responded with an opening stand of 53 in five overs. Parthiv did the early running before Gayle took Pawan Suyal for four successive boundaries in the third over. Rohit turned to Harbhajan, and after a quiet opening over, the offspinner had Parthiv bowled on the slog-sweep off the first ball of his second.

Gayle wasn't done yet. He swung Harbhajan for consecutive boundaries in the same over. Rohit persisted with Harbhajan, who sent down a tight third over. Harbhajan was given a fourth on the trot, the first four balls of which went for 12. Gayle attempted a slog-sweep off the fifth, missed and was bowled for 38 off 24.

In walked de Villiers and calmly reverse-paddled Harbhajan first ball for four. When Mumbai Indians reprieved both batsmen in the space of four deliveries, it seemed the chances could cost them. Royal Challengers needed 72 off the last eight with Kohli and de Villiers looking good.

However, de Villiers was bowled in the 13th over, missing after having backed too far across to Jasprit Bumrah. Kohli swatted Suyal straight to long-off in the next over. The asking-rate climbed rapidly now. Pollard ran out Yuvraj Singh, and though Rilee Rossouw tried, Royal Challengers had ceded too much ground with all those extras.

Abhishek Purohit is a senior sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo

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  • on May 8, 2014, 8:34 GMT

    Calm down guys. Virat vs Rohit is unfair. Viral is born talent where aa Rohit is one of the most eye catching player the long he bat. It's IPL, RCB with such a mighty batting line up has failed to live upto expectation. MI is looking different team coming home. MI has history of playing team game rather than individual show. The team back themselves in pressure games. Malinga and Bhajji has won them CLT20 with bat. If Hussey shows his worth MI can qualify 4th. Tough job. Santoki will be replacing Malinga. Zak out of them would be big headache as they need Indian pace bowler to replace zak. I would like to see Gautam,Raydu,Hussey,Rohit,Pollard,Cory,Tare,Bhajji,Malinga/Santoki,Bhumrah,(Ojha on slow track but replacement for Zak is real problem). My play off teams : KXI Punjab, CSK, RR, MI/KKR/RCB.

  • Twinkie on May 7, 2014, 22:35 GMT

    Shockvalue, Did you not see when the ball was thrown at said batsman, then? They were both wrong but Starc started it.

  • Naresh28 on May 7, 2014, 14:37 GMT

    Rohit Sharma - must have slienced a few critics about slow batting. If only this guy would do something about getting out early - be more responsible, India would have a talented Sachin replacement. Rahane, Uthappa, Karthik, Gambhir, Vijay, Raina - have shown class in the IPL so far.

  • Prats6 on May 7, 2014, 12:10 GMT

    Amazed at the inaction or even the non comment from IPL Governing Council? What are the umpires doing? The Stac Pollard incident was a shame , a blot on cricket and it simply cannot be allowed to pass.

  • MADHUR.KHOSLA on May 7, 2014, 10:10 GMT

    MI should buy Azhar Mahmood or David Wiese in place of Zaheer. Good indian options would be Pankaj Singh or Krishankant Upadhyay

  • shockValue on May 7, 2014, 9:20 GMT

    A guy just threw a bat at another guy on a cricket field and no action followed? For the people who embrace this kind of behavior on cricket- Guys you are watching the wrong sport. WWE would be more entertaining for you ;)

  • rsurya on May 7, 2014, 8:46 GMT

    Tare, Gautam, Corey, Rohit, Pollard, Simmons, Rayudu, Baaji, Praveen Kumar, Santokie, Bumrah. Replace Zaheer with Praveen kumar Mumbai.

  • Carl13 on May 7, 2014, 8:06 GMT

    agree with rajesh malhotra. rohit was unlucky to start his test career late . For stats Kohli avg 22 in first 6 test and 35 in first 10 test matches . He too was given time to settle in international test career . Rohit averages 56 in his test career so far . By not getting scores in SF n NZ does not mean he is a failure in international career . He has been performing since last yr . N he will get better .

  • on May 7, 2014, 7:42 GMT

    agree with rajesh malhotra.

  • eng_mdkhan on May 7, 2014, 7:39 GMT

    IPL 7: Action Unlimited Edition

    Do we really expect the players to not show emotions when they are being paid millions to perform well? When I go home and switch on the TV to watch IPL I am looking forward to some high quality, adrenalin pumping action and boy does it deliver. Yesterday was the highlight thus far and as long as there is no physical contact we should embrace this aggression not shy away from it. Let the purists preach on their hallowed grounds of test cricket but stay away from IPL. With the timeouts, vibrant colors, cheerleaders and DJs strutting their stuff are you kidding us? IPL has redefined cricket and lets ensure that it stays that way.

  • on May 8, 2014, 8:34 GMT

    Calm down guys. Virat vs Rohit is unfair. Viral is born talent where aa Rohit is one of the most eye catching player the long he bat. It's IPL, RCB with such a mighty batting line up has failed to live upto expectation. MI is looking different team coming home. MI has history of playing team game rather than individual show. The team back themselves in pressure games. Malinga and Bhajji has won them CLT20 with bat. If Hussey shows his worth MI can qualify 4th. Tough job. Santoki will be replacing Malinga. Zak out of them would be big headache as they need Indian pace bowler to replace zak. I would like to see Gautam,Raydu,Hussey,Rohit,Pollard,Cory,Tare,Bhajji,Malinga/Santoki,Bhumrah,(Ojha on slow track but replacement for Zak is real problem). My play off teams : KXI Punjab, CSK, RR, MI/KKR/RCB.

  • Twinkie on May 7, 2014, 22:35 GMT

    Shockvalue, Did you not see when the ball was thrown at said batsman, then? They were both wrong but Starc started it.

  • Naresh28 on May 7, 2014, 14:37 GMT

    Rohit Sharma - must have slienced a few critics about slow batting. If only this guy would do something about getting out early - be more responsible, India would have a talented Sachin replacement. Rahane, Uthappa, Karthik, Gambhir, Vijay, Raina - have shown class in the IPL so far.

  • Prats6 on May 7, 2014, 12:10 GMT

    Amazed at the inaction or even the non comment from IPL Governing Council? What are the umpires doing? The Stac Pollard incident was a shame , a blot on cricket and it simply cannot be allowed to pass.

  • MADHUR.KHOSLA on May 7, 2014, 10:10 GMT

    MI should buy Azhar Mahmood or David Wiese in place of Zaheer. Good indian options would be Pankaj Singh or Krishankant Upadhyay

  • shockValue on May 7, 2014, 9:20 GMT

    A guy just threw a bat at another guy on a cricket field and no action followed? For the people who embrace this kind of behavior on cricket- Guys you are watching the wrong sport. WWE would be more entertaining for you ;)

  • rsurya on May 7, 2014, 8:46 GMT

    Tare, Gautam, Corey, Rohit, Pollard, Simmons, Rayudu, Baaji, Praveen Kumar, Santokie, Bumrah. Replace Zaheer with Praveen kumar Mumbai.

  • Carl13 on May 7, 2014, 8:06 GMT

    agree with rajesh malhotra. rohit was unlucky to start his test career late . For stats Kohli avg 22 in first 6 test and 35 in first 10 test matches . He too was given time to settle in international test career . Rohit averages 56 in his test career so far . By not getting scores in SF n NZ does not mean he is a failure in international career . He has been performing since last yr . N he will get better .

  • on May 7, 2014, 7:42 GMT

    agree with rajesh malhotra.

  • eng_mdkhan on May 7, 2014, 7:39 GMT

    IPL 7: Action Unlimited Edition

    Do we really expect the players to not show emotions when they are being paid millions to perform well? When I go home and switch on the TV to watch IPL I am looking forward to some high quality, adrenalin pumping action and boy does it deliver. Yesterday was the highlight thus far and as long as there is no physical contact we should embrace this aggression not shy away from it. Let the purists preach on their hallowed grounds of test cricket but stay away from IPL. With the timeouts, vibrant colors, cheerleaders and DJs strutting their stuff are you kidding us? IPL has redefined cricket and lets ensure that it stays that way.

  • ladycricfan on May 7, 2014, 7:35 GMT

    Sorry to say this , Like RR and MI are doing it is time to replace yuvi with a young indian. RCB is virtually playing with 10 players at the moment with yuvi woefully out of form. With the start Gayle and Parthiv gave , RCB could've done better. 20+ extras didn't help them either. MI is gaining momentum. KXIP, RR and CSK look good for play off spots. Any other five can be the forth one.

  • electric_loco_WAP4 on May 7, 2014, 7:17 GMT

    MI are unbeatable @ home but equally hopeless outside. So ,expect them to sweep away all rem. home games to wins. But won't be enough in the end esp. with their bottom position of now .The few remaining home games wont give enough pts. even if they W all.

  • on May 7, 2014, 5:48 GMT

    RCB need to keep Rossouw in their side. RCB's batting has improved since he came into the side. In fact he should bat higher than 4th Drop

  • on May 7, 2014, 5:45 GMT

    Guess Malya wants to utilize the 14 crores he spent on UV by playing him in all the matches else i dont a player in form even being part of playing eleven.Some sense prevailed in rcb camp by sending AB ahead of uv in game against srh AB came saw settled and blazed away had UV been ahead he would eat up balls increase required runrate and get out putting pressure on ppl following him to bat.Present form he should not play if he does he should right at bottom once you finish off with all ur genuine batsmen.UV fans record of proven match winner world cup winner is getting boring as that was past and in present he is nowhere near where he was.One thing I wanna see is him being consistently out of form so selectors dont even think about him for team india tours coming up

  • Marcel_Ci on May 7, 2014, 5:22 GMT

    captaincy pressure is difficult to deal with... weather it is in IPL for any international game t20 or odi or test. kohli is getting affected. not everyone is lucky like ricky ponting to have world class players in 1 single team during his glorious years as captain... (just a comparison). t20 is not a game where u can rely only on gayle or ABD or anyone else. team has to deliver. Kohli should give captaincy to either ABD or yuvi. RCB good luck for rest of the tournament.

  • StreetView on May 7, 2014, 5:03 GMT

    As someone mentioned some random Bumrah giving AB a send-off was like a grafitti artist questioning the work of Picasso. Shame on that youngster.

  • StreetView on May 7, 2014, 4:56 GMT

    @Rajesh Malhotra LOL man. Actually its Kohli >>>>>>> Nohit. Rohit plays only during IPL coz he does not have the technique and temperament to survive in international cricket. He is just plain lucky to have been given an extremely long rope by the selectors and captain. Comparing those two is like comparing Rohit Shetty(Rohit Sharma) with Christopher Nolan(Kohli)

  • on May 7, 2014, 4:54 GMT

    y Dinda, Yuvraj playing every game to make it worser for themselves and the team... like RR why not give chance to the likes of Zol or Sandeep who had better domestic season.... atleast they deserve one chance while Dinda and Yuvraj can sit back and think on where they are missing out.... you never gonna win unless rotating the squad and encourage the youngsters and pressurise the underperforming seniors

  • subratachakrabarty on May 7, 2014, 4:39 GMT

    RCB is and always has been a hyped team. Last year, it was Gayle show and they did wonderful in their home turf. They lost majority of their matches outside bengaluru and could not make it to the playoffs. This season is no different. They are loosing and loosing badly. I think that RCB has the rare chance to make it to the playoffs this year. I guess, the most probable are: 1. CSK 2. KXIP 3. RR 4. SRH. (I am not sure about the 4th one). After all, how many times will RCB be bailed out by Gayle and AB and to certain extend, VK. Cricket, despite its format, has always team game. So, if you think that T20 is one man show, I am sorry, you are on a wrong track. You might end up scoring 200+ in 20 overs. But if your bowlers are not disciplined and your fielding could not convert 4s into 3s; 3s into 2s 2s into singles and singles into nothing/wicket, you are done and dusted. Even 200+ can be chased and it has been chased by KXIP in style this season.

  • cris89 on May 7, 2014, 3:51 GMT

    @RAJESH MALHOTRA: Ha Ha! Thanks for making my day. Kohli is among the top 3 batsmen in the world while Rohit is a proven failure at international level. As Steyn famously put it to Rohit "You've achieved nothing in your career". Comparing Rohit to Kohli is like comparing Jade Dernbach to Dale Steyn. These IPL forums are always good for a laugh or two.

  • cricket_ahan on May 7, 2014, 2:35 GMT

    How RCB would be lamenting the 14 Crore they spent on Yuvraj now! As great as he has been, his light looks to be spent. Imagine who else they could have bought with that money spared. I still count Mumbai lucky for this game though, as I believe their overall team selection and structure is amongst the worst in the league. Little depth in both batting and bowling and a genine lack of match-winning players (of which they had three more last year in Maxwell, Smith and Johnson).

  • vivekanandanarulmozhi on May 7, 2014, 2:34 GMT

    RCB also not able to win after the good start. In this IPL two kings ( CSK and KXIP ) only won the matches so for without any collapse, Other teams should learn this from them.

    Extras cost RCB and some good bowling by two youngstars in the middle turned the match to MI. Cant imagine MI without malinga ( Joining his national side for England tour ), let see there approach on next week but it will suffer MI a lot in depth bowling.

  • on May 7, 2014, 2:27 GMT

    rohit sharma is the brightest talent we have at present . kohli has started better but rohit will be the winner in the long run. awful stuff by pollard, should never happen. he should be fined. good win my mumbai. rcb is overhyped no doubt. they produce one good result and one average, that sort of stuff will not make them champions.

  • Provost on May 7, 2014, 1:40 GMT

    102/2 in 10.2overs could have played calm and won the match..... why can't they copy CSK's play book from yesterday (even though they were down by DL most of the time with a threat of rain)....is it that complex?

  • on May 7, 2014, 1:04 GMT

    the turning point of rcb's losr was the wicket of AB and the unexpected runout of sixer king YUVRAJ singh

  • on May 7, 2014, 0:39 GMT

    mi needs good opening pair.

  • on May 6, 2014, 22:37 GMT

    Seems Ironic that Varun Aaron bowls very well outside of india, but when he returns to India he loses it completely.

  • reluctant_fan on May 6, 2014, 20:55 GMT

    Not a big fan of Mumbai Indians. Overrated. So not thrilled about their win today. But still happy because they beat the team with the most overrated player...

  • on May 6, 2014, 20:53 GMT

    great come back by Mumbai Indians

  • mokshagundam on May 6, 2014, 20:43 GMT

    Why does Ashok Dinda get to play every match - his performance has been pathetic. It is also surprising that VIJAY ZOL has not even had a look-in. He can play in place of Yuvraj Singh

  • kalyanbk on May 6, 2014, 20:35 GMT

    Mumbai is a lot like the Indian team. They will lose all the matches away from home. They will become world beaters at home and progress in ranks only due to home performances. They have some of the biggest and highest paid stars and Rohit Sharma. They are also the defending champs who do not play like champs!

  • on May 6, 2014, 20:29 GMT

    @saradindu sengupta Actually zaheer is injured and is out of the tournament ....Get ur details rit and then tell anything about the great legends ... despite the 2 nd over Suyal is good with the ball u dont know who will bowl well Even steyn the worlds best bowler went for 20+ runs

  • Nampally on May 6, 2014, 20:07 GMT

    A great win for less fancied MI over RCB. It looked like pride goeth before fall. RCB briming with confidence were brought back to ground level by 2 unknown guys like Bumrah & Suyal who got the price wkts. of 2 most dominant T20 batsmen- AB de Velliers & Kohli. Once these 2 were out of the way, threat of RCB victory got eliminated. Rohit Sharma handled the bowling admirably after a very dominant knock of 59* which even over shadowed Pollard's innings of 43. Gayle who smashed Suyal all over the fence was tamed & dismissed by Harbhajan. That was the start of the topple which was totally unexpected. AB de Vellier always managed to play his strokes with total mastery was bowled when he tried his swipe to leg. It was a fine win for MI who showed that they might go 5-0 after 0-5 in UAE. It is not easy to win this match after being beaten by the same team easily earlier. It was good teamwork all round. I felt that RCB's swagger was dimmed & vanquished in no uncertain terms by reigning Champs!

  • on May 6, 2014, 19:38 GMT

    My favourite soccer team the blues-chelsea. With cricket another blue-Mumbai. After watching pollard lobbing a cricket ball to the stumps,incredible, I would love to see him play for Chelsea next season under jouse mouriniho.surely he will flourish.

  • VinuDeshpande on May 6, 2014, 19:18 GMT

    Slap on the face of few overrated RCB players esp. Yuvaraj. Come on MI, you can still make the difference.

  • on May 6, 2014, 19:17 GMT

    Mumbai seriously need to get a good Indian batsman in place of zaheer( hoping for badri) and need to replace dunk with santokie ... once malinga leaves replace him with hazlewood or de Lange ... MI thrives on a strong bowling attack - santokie/ de Lange/ bhajji/ bumrah/ pollard / ojha/ Anderson is quite enough to bowl out any opposition for below par totals... batting can be held up by rohit/ gautam/ rayudu/ pollard/ anderson / tare .... final XI - gautam/ tare/ rayudu/ badri/ rohit/ pollard/ Anderson/ bhajji/ bumrah/ santokie/ de lange

  • on May 6, 2014, 19:16 GMT

    rcb can't win ipl even some more years because this owner is interested in making money only, he is keeping kholi, gayle & abd playing drama. he does not know value of bangaloreans. untill another good fanchises this team can't win

  • cmgv01 on May 6, 2014, 19:02 GMT

    RCB needs to bench Yuvraj and bring Vijay Zol in the team. This is worst form any batsman can have. He was big part of India winning 50 overs world cup in 2011, but then again he was big part of India loosing T20 world cup this year. Bench Yuvraj and send him to go in England to play some county matches to bring his form back, before playing in big games. RCB also should bench Rossouw and bring Ravi Rampaul or Albie Morkel.

  • TheMysteryMan on May 6, 2014, 19:02 GMT

    RCB continue to self destruct. But credit to Bumrah, Bhajji and Malinga while bowling. Rohit and Pollard finally setup the game for Mumbai batting first. This is Mumbai's best batting order now with capable Tare kept down if needed behind Pollard. Not needed today, but this is how Mumbai should go in the future. They will have to find someone to replace Malinga when he leaves for England though.

    And I HATE this new comments system, no more discussions happening between the readers as comments are hidden by default. Whenever any site does this, it dries up the comments and interaction. Come on cricinfo, you should know better than this. Make comments visible by default.

  • on May 6, 2014, 18:47 GMT

    ABD and Virat are responsible for this loss throwing there wickets at wrong time and getting asking rate too much for others , still yuvraj not in mood to play some good cricket to silence his criticism, rcb should change his batting order bring back ab morkel insted of ashok dinda who can bat also in crunch situation like this ..... bad luck rcb .. rethink about game plan to play positive cricket ..

  • D-Coach on May 6, 2014, 18:43 GMT

    Not a good attitude from MI especially the new bowler Bumra sendoff to H.Patel. Worst man management lead by Pollard. He has great talent which is not mean to other should not overcome on their day. Pollard is not the chap to dictate how the bowler should behave. His stop to the bowler was purely intenstional and being a fan or viewer have seen such attitude of not delivering the ball manytimes especially when batsman in hitting mood. Now his turn how the batsmen will get humiliated with such attitude. Not going to defend Stark too he initiated. Overall one this seems visible there is more than cricket going between WI and Aus. Someone needs to calmdown things since Falkuer speach.

  • dogandbone on May 6, 2014, 18:36 GMT

    does Anderson no longer bowl...needs to do both as his batting alone wont/shouldnt hold his place in the playing 11

  • on May 6, 2014, 18:31 GMT

    This is what I predicted earlier.. MI fans are Realistically Optimistic about the chances.

  • on May 6, 2014, 18:29 GMT

    One discussion : To play malinga ball u have to play 3-4 yards ahead from your usual batting position. just come faster ball play fastest batting.

  • on May 6, 2014, 18:10 GMT

    kieron pollard....the big man again wit big skills against starc.. pollard was absolutely correct. The awesome man with brilliant Team- Mumbai Indians. kp is simply awesome....

  • on May 6, 2014, 17:44 GMT

    How can MI with such legends such as Sachin and kumble and johnty select bowlers like some Suyal (???) to be their lead bowler replacing zaheer!

  • on May 6, 2014, 16:32 GMT

    Kieron Pollard throwing the bat to some good effect tonight!!!

  • Pavinasen on May 6, 2014, 15:01 GMT

    Why on earth do RCB field first ,when they come so close to loosing games whilst chasing.If mumbai post anything above 265,RCB will be in a difficult position to chase.I will give mumbai this 1

  • on May 6, 2014, 14:41 GMT

    Last we session only countable Indian fast bowlers like vinay kumar and balaji were getting changes in IPL. it's pleasure to watch bhuvi,sandinp, shami,aron,suyal,bumrah,mohit getting changes

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  • on May 6, 2014, 14:41 GMT

    Last we session only countable Indian fast bowlers like vinay kumar and balaji were getting changes in IPL. it's pleasure to watch bhuvi,sandinp, shami,aron,suyal,bumrah,mohit getting changes

  • Pavinasen on May 6, 2014, 15:01 GMT

    Why on earth do RCB field first ,when they come so close to loosing games whilst chasing.If mumbai post anything above 265,RCB will be in a difficult position to chase.I will give mumbai this 1

  • on May 6, 2014, 16:32 GMT

    Kieron Pollard throwing the bat to some good effect tonight!!!

  • on May 6, 2014, 17:44 GMT

    How can MI with such legends such as Sachin and kumble and johnty select bowlers like some Suyal (???) to be their lead bowler replacing zaheer!

  • on May 6, 2014, 18:10 GMT

    kieron pollard....the big man again wit big skills against starc.. pollard was absolutely correct. The awesome man with brilliant Team- Mumbai Indians. kp is simply awesome....

  • on May 6, 2014, 18:29 GMT

    One discussion : To play malinga ball u have to play 3-4 yards ahead from your usual batting position. just come faster ball play fastest batting.

  • on May 6, 2014, 18:31 GMT

    This is what I predicted earlier.. MI fans are Realistically Optimistic about the chances.

  • dogandbone on May 6, 2014, 18:36 GMT

    does Anderson no longer bowl...needs to do both as his batting alone wont/shouldnt hold his place in the playing 11

  • D-Coach on May 6, 2014, 18:43 GMT

    Not a good attitude from MI especially the new bowler Bumra sendoff to H.Patel. Worst man management lead by Pollard. He has great talent which is not mean to other should not overcome on their day. Pollard is not the chap to dictate how the bowler should behave. His stop to the bowler was purely intenstional and being a fan or viewer have seen such attitude of not delivering the ball manytimes especially when batsman in hitting mood. Now his turn how the batsmen will get humiliated with such attitude. Not going to defend Stark too he initiated. Overall one this seems visible there is more than cricket going between WI and Aus. Someone needs to calmdown things since Falkuer speach.

  • on May 6, 2014, 18:47 GMT

    ABD and Virat are responsible for this loss throwing there wickets at wrong time and getting asking rate too much for others , still yuvraj not in mood to play some good cricket to silence his criticism, rcb should change his batting order bring back ab morkel insted of ashok dinda who can bat also in crunch situation like this ..... bad luck rcb .. rethink about game plan to play positive cricket ..