• BATSMEN
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    4.4 castled! Skids on after pitching and sneaks through his bat and pad. Huss' feet fail him once again as this one is pitched on a good length and deviates in at him. He looked all at sea trying to keep that out and by the time he played his shot the middle stump was knocked back 24/1
    7.5 goes straight up in the air and Shakib himself takes the catch, albeit after a bit of a juggle. Deceived in flight as he charged down the pitch and swung across the line without getting to the pitch. Leading edge spells his doom 40/2
    16.1 he has it on the second time, Uthappa is seriously chuffed with that. This was the one that goes the other way and like the last time the batsman misread it. Keeper does though and in his excitement he missed the bails the first time, but Rayudu was so far down the track he has enough time to remedy his mistake 106/4
    15.2 143kph, off the bottom of the bat and his luck runs out this time. It was full and angled in at him. Rohit was looking to clear the midwicket boundary this time but Kallis had to make a bit of ground to his left and he overran it initially. But a timely little dive helps him hold it safely. Strategic time out now 101/3
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    18.1 off stump is knocked back and Anderson's much awaited debut in the tournament ends up an anti-climax. Flighted on off stump and it turns back in. The slog over midwicket fails again and this time it signals the end of his innings 113/5
    18.3 how much did that turn! Pitched on leg stump and turned right across the tail-ender's slog to disturb the off stump. A legspinner would be proud of that 113/6
    19.6 that's emphatic. Misreads the googly as he races down the track. Misses wildly and Uthappa breaks the stumps. Kolkata beat the defending champions by 41 runs, their biggest win over Mumbai 122/7
    Extras
    5 (b 4, w 1)
    TOTAL
    122/7 (20 Overs, RR: 6.10)
    Fall of wickets: 1-24 (MEK Hussey, 4.4 ov), 2-40 (AP Tare, 7.5 ov), 3-101 (RG Sharma, 15.2 ov), 4-106 (AT Rayudu, 16.1 ov), 5-113 (CJ Anderson, 18.1 ov), 6-113 (Harbhajan Singh, 18.3 ov), 7-122 (CM Gautam, 19.6 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    R Vinay Kumar2.001507.5052000
    M Morkel4.001614.00161100
    SP Narine4.002045.00141100
    Shakib Al Hasan4.002917.2572000
    JH Kallis3.002307.6641000
    PP Chawla3.001515.0070010

Match Notes

Head-to-head

3

The number of times that Kolkata have now beaten Mumbai in 13 attempts

Narine v Mumbai

11

Sunil Narine's wickets against Mumbai in five games - economy rate of 5.68

Miserly Morne

1-16

Morkel's second-most economical figures in the tournament. In his previous game against Mumbai, he had conceded 43

Pollard v Kolkata

4

Number of times Kieron Pollard has been dismissed in single figures against Kolkata. He averages 12.16 against them

Mumbai's finishes

1

Number of occasions when Mumbai have scored 69 or more in the last 5 overs while batting second

Poor first half

54

The least Mumbai have scored against Kolkata in the first ten overs

Rohit v Narine

100

Rohit Sharma’s strike rate against Sunil Narine in the IPL – 21 runs off 21 balls while being dismissed twice

More chase stats

8

Number of times Mumbai have successfully chased a target of 164 or more - in 11 attempts

Chase stats

5-2

Mumbai's win-loss when chasing targets between 155 and 165. 2-0 v Kolkata

Yusuf v Bhajji

188.88

Yusuf Pathan’s strike rate against Harbhajan in this tournament (4 innings, 0 dismissals).

Strike-rate

4/5

Four of Pandey's five IPL fifties have taken 40 or more balls, his slowest (43 balls) also came against Mumbai

Go slow

6/10

Six out of the ten slowest fifty-plus partnerships, including this one, against Mumbai have been by Kolkata

Opening woes

52

Runs added by Kolkata's opening wicket in their last seven games against Mumbai