Indian Premier League, 35th match: Delhi Daredevils v Mumbai Indians at East London, May 8, 2009
Delhi Daredevils won by 7 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)
Played at Buffalo Park, East London (neutral venue)
8 May 2009 - day/night match (20-over match)
3.1

Sangwan to Tendulkar, no run, short of a good length on the off, pushed to cover

3.2

Sangwan to Tendulkar, 1 run, on middle and leg, clipped away to fine leg for a single

3.3

Sangwan to Shah, no run, Pinal's playing like himself, slightly short, went for a pull, missed

3.4

Sangwan to Shah, 1 wide, He's following Nehra's lead here, down the leg side, called a wide

3.4

Sangwan to Shah, 2 runs, back of a length on the off, swatted over square leg, wide of fine leg for a couple

3.5

Sangwan to Shah, 1 run, meaty length ball on the pads, flicked away to fine leg, one more

3.6

Sangwan to Tendulkar, no run, slower one bowled short on middle, punched off the back foot to mid-off

Mumbai Indians 16/2   PJ Sangwan 1-0-5-0
5.1

Sangwan to Shah, 2 runs, Pinal goes after it, not to the pitch, the rule doesn't apply to him, swings it blindly over square leg for a couple

5.2

Sangwan to Shah, 1 run, back of a length on middle, turned to square leg off the back foot

5.3

Sangwan to Tendulkar, 1 run, nicely timed, got forward to the pitch and creamed it just wide of cover where AB dived to save a couple of runs

5.4

Sangwan to Shah, no run, back of a length, a touch too high for a short-statured Pinal who tries to help that over the keeper's head

5.5

Sangwan to Shah, 1 run, on middle and off, dropped short of Dilshan at cover and sets off for a quick single

5.6

Sangwan to Tendulkar, OUT, run out, short of a good length on middle, dropped it on the pitch, but it bounced just wide of the stumps, sets off for a single, is sent back and the keeper throws down the stumps, and there's an appeal. Replays indicate Tendulkar was just short while trying to make it back. Karthik's done well, but that was an impossible run. Tendulkar probably didn't see where the ball went, and had run too far before changing his mind. Massive blow.

SR Tendulkar run out 15 (14b 2x4 0x6) SR: 107.14

Mumbai Indians 30/3   PJ Sangwan 2-0-10-0
11.1

Sangwan to Nayar, no run, good length on the off and moving away just a hint, tries to open the face to guide it down, misses

11.2

Sangwan to Nayar, no run, back of a length on the off, pushed back to the bowler from the crease

11.3

Sangwan to Nayar, 1 leg bye, on middle and leg, gets across and tries to force it past midwicket, is struck on the pads, may have just been sliding down, or maybe not, was hit in line but probably just a little high

11.4

Sangwan to Bravo, 2 runs, almost five down, bouncer on middle, went for the hook, was late on the shot, got a top edge and Karthik put in a valiant dive running back but couldn't quite hold on

11.5

Sangwan to Bravo, no run, pushed off the back foot to cover

11.6

Sangwan to Bravo, 1 run, short of a good length on middle, whipped away to deep square leg

Mumbai Indians 51/4   PJ Sangwan 3-0-13-0
13.1

Sangwan to Bravo, 1 run, struck neatly, length ball on the off, driven firmly down the ground to long-off

13.2

Sangwan to Nayar, 1 run, swinging in, gets across and pushes it wide of mid-off for a single

13.3

Sangwan to Bravo, no run, good length on the off, defended on the pitch, calls for a single but is sent back wisely

13.4

Sangwan to Bravo, 1 run, swinging in, chases him as he makes room, pitches it full, bunts it down to long-off

13.5

Sangwan to Nayar, 1 run, mistimes a pull, was into it a little too early, hit the bottom-end of the bat and landed safely, just wide of midwicket for a single

13.6

Sangwan to Bravo, 1 run, overpitched on the off, driven through the line to long-off

Mumbai Indians 63/4   PJ Sangwan 4-0-18-0
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