• BATSMEN
    R
    M
    B
    4s
    6s
    SR
    20
    28
    17
    4
    0
    117.64
    5.5 the keeper is up to the stumps, Dunk was at the crease looking to pull, Sammy bowled the off cutter and it skidded through, deflected off the pads and onto the stumps 31/3
    1.2 big gap between bat and pad as he exhibits a lazy drive down the ground. Bhuvi gets this to dart back in quite late and off stump takes a clattering. Mumbai's batting is treading familiar territory once again 6/1
    2.4 what a ball! Anderson has had a torrid time against the pace Steyn is generating. So he goes for the innovation. Gets on one-knee and looks to scoop a short of a good length delivery over the keeper. Unwise shot against someone of this pace. Only gloves it and the keeper pouches an easy take 8/2
    15.2 the bowling change has worked! Irfan bowls this quite wide outside off and Rayudu has to really fetch that, playing against the line of the ball, he slogs but finds Warner at deep midwicket 108/4
    78
    69
    48
    3
    6
    162.50
    19.1 inside edge! Irfan bowls round the wicket and swings it towards the stumps, Pollard looks to swipe it across the line but gets an inside edge onto the stumps, Pathan's animated and Mumbai have lost their best hope 153/7
    17.4 Tare backs away to give himself room for the big hit, he fetches it high on the body and gets a top edge that goes miles up in the air, the keeper Ojha does the honours 146/5
    18.4 the captain's done the honors, this was fired in full on the stumps, he made room to slam that wide of cover but ended up smacking it to Dhawan at cover 149/6
    not out
    4
    9
    5
    1
    0
    80.00
    not out
    1
    8
    2
    0
    0
    50.00
    Extras
    9 (b 2, lb 1, w 6)
    TOTAL
    157/7 (20 Overs, RR: 7.85)
    Did not bat: PP Ojha, SL Malinga
    Fall of wickets: 1-6 (RG Sharma, 1.2 ov), 2-8 (CJ Anderson, 2.4 ov), 3-31 (BR Dunk, 5.5 ov), 4-108 (AT Rayudu, 15.2 ov), 5-146 (AP Tare, 17.4 ov), 6-149 (Harbhajan Singh, 18.4 ov), 7-153 (KA Pollard, 19.1 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    DW Steyn4.002025.00153010
    B Kumar4.001724.25162030
    KV Sharma4.003308.2583100
    DJG Sammy2.0020110.0023000
    A Mishra4.0054013.5052510
    IK Pathan2.001025.0071010

Match Notes

Did you know?

1

This is the first time that Mumbai Indians have lost a match in which Kieron Pollard has hit a half-century

Weakest link?

101

No. of sixes hit of Amit Mishra in the IPL, the most for any bowler

Tall order

3

Number of times that Mumbai have scored 67 or more runs in the last 5 overs to win a match in the IPL (while chasing) – they needed 67 today.

New ground

9.40

Amit Mishra's economy this season, way above his overall IPL economy of 7.09

Smooth operator

6.32

Dale Steyn’s economy rate in the IPL before this match – the best for any pace bowler.

Out cold

4

No. of consecutive matches Mumbai have lost this season. This is their joint longest losing streak – they lost the first four games of the first IPL.

Acrophobia

9

No. of sixes that have been collectively scored by the MI batsmen – this is worst for any team. CSK have hit 33 sixes and Maxwell alone has hit 17.

Collective failure

0

No of Mumbai Indians batsmen with an aggregate of 100 or more runs in the tournament – Mumbai are the only team to have no such batsman.

The defenders

3

No. of times Sunrisers have failed to defend a 150+ score in the IPL (in 4 attempts) – The only successful defence was in this edition.

Century stands

2

No. of 100-run partnerships for Sunrisers in the IPL. Both have come this season

Projection

168

Score that Sunrisers will reach if they make their avg score in the last 5 overs (51) while batting first in the IPL. They have only crossed 168 two times in the past

Toe-crusher

69

No. of wickets for Malinga in the last five overs in the IPL. 39 of them have been either bowled or lbw

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