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    0.3 MM strikes with his third ball! The umpire's check for a possible no-ball, MM is okay. This was shortish, tucking Agarwal up for room. He aims to pull, does so half-heartedly, spoons a simple catch to short midwicket. Rayudu nearly made a mess of it but recovered and pouched it on the second attempt. 2/1
    83
    56
    78
    7
    5
    148.21
    16.4 bowled'em or bowled himself? The leg stump goes for a wander. Yorker speared by Malinga, Iyer had premeditated a lap-scoop after shuffling miles across off. He failed to AB de Villiers it away, Malinga batters the leg stump. Iyer, though, has put DD on course for a strong total. Amre shakes his head in the dug-out 156/2
    not out
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    50
    95
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    156.00
    17.6 Mathews gone, caught behind. He walks off. This was banged in short and on the stumps, he targets deep square with a pull after backing away, but messes it up. Has to settle with a toe-end to Parthiv behind the wicket 174/3
    19.3 Strong swing of the bat but he holes out to Pollard to long-on. Length outside off, Yuvi shovel-whips it with plenty of bottom-hand........ straight into the hands of Pollard at head height 187/4
    not out
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    1
    2
    0
    0
    100.00
    Extras
    8 (lb 1, nb 1, w 6)
    TOTAL
    190/4 (20 Overs, RR: 9.5)
    Fall of wickets: 1-2 (MA Agarwal, 0.3 ov), 2-156 (SS Iyer, 16.4 ov), 3-174 (AD Mathews, 17.6 ov), 4-187 (Yuvraj Singh, 19.3 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    MJ McClenaghan403829.50134230
    SL Malinga402315.75122021
    JJ Bumrah4055113.7553500
    Harbhajan Singh403408.5051200
    HH Pandya201407.0042000
    KA Pollard2025012.5011210
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    4.2 Cramp or no cramps, Duminy pulls off a brilliant catch! Length on middle, he backs away a touch and mishits it high in the air. The DD captain pedals back from mid-on, then moves to his right, turns back, traces the ball. Dives across to his right, catches and tumbles onto the ground. It's never easy taking these skiers. He initially misjudged it but recovered well 35/1
    5.6 Tahir pulls off a sharp catch and sets off on a victory lap. He is mobbed by his team-mates. This was a slower one dug in short and on middle, Parthiv got a good chunk of wood on the pull. Hits it in the air over midwicket. Tahir covers some ground from deep square leg, dives across to his right and comes out with the ball in his hands 48/2
    8.2 Mishra strikes, he roars! Much slower through the air, looped up outside off, lures the batsman out of the crease. Chand misses his attempted big hit over the leg side. The ball kept low as well but Jadhav breaks the bails in a flash 68/3
    15.6 Delhi have their man now.. This was dug in short and on the body, Rohit wants to pull it away. But loses all his balance as his bottom hand comes off the bat handle. He has to settle with a top-edge. The man from deep square leg and deep midwicket nearly collided. Nadeem somehow plucks it out 131/5
    10.2 Pollard perishes and this is a crucial strike for DD.. This was flatter and spinning away outside off, Pollard rocks back and slices it high in the air. Nadeem juggles and pouches it at deep cover 82/4
    16.3 Another one for Coulter-Nile, another one for Tahir! Rayudu walks back for 30. This was flighted and full outside off, Rayudu aims to loft it, ends up slicing it into the hands of long-off 135/7
    16.1 Coulter-Nile takes it at long-off. Pandya out for a golden duck. He gives this air on off, the new man looks for the lofted hit. Does not get enough power behind it. Coulter-Nile rushes forward and completes a fine, tumbling catch 131/6
    19.4 Add another super catch to the list! The sub fielder in action now. Mathews digs it in very short. Harbhajan aims for a pull. Hit high up on the sticker of the bat. Jayant Yadav rushes in from deep midwicket, dives forward and takes it 153/9
    16.4 And he is out! Tahir is off on a celebratory run, you can't stop him! He is on a hat-trick. This was fuller and flatter on middle, McClenaghan attempts a reverse sweep first ball, gets an under-edge, loops off the pad, rebounds off the back of the bat to the left of Jadhav 135/8
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    Extras
    11 (lb 2, w 9)
    TOTAL
    153/9 (20 Overs, RR: 7.65)
    Fall of wickets: 1-35 (LMP Simmons, 4.2 ov), 2-48 (PA Patel, 5.6 ov), 3-68 (UBT Chand, 8.2 ov), 4-82 (KA Pollard, 10.2 ov), 5-131 (RG Sharma, 15.6 ov), 6-131 (HH Pandya, 16.1 ov), 7-135 (AT Rayudu, 16.3 ov), 8-135 (MJ McClenaghan, 16.4 ov), 9-153 (Harbhajan Singh, 19.4 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    NM Coulter-Nile403619.00125130
    DJ Muthuswami20713.5080000
    JP Duminy1014014.0013000
    AD Mathews201527.5082100
    A Mishra403228.0082110
    S Nadeem302508.3360220
    Imran Tahir402235.50131120

Match Notes

Purple cap

13

Wickets taken by Imran Tahir this IPL, more than any other bowler. Nehra is next with 10 wickets.

Pollard v Mishra

200

Kieron Pollard's strike rate against Amit Mishra in the IPL. He has scored 84 runs off 42 balls against him in 6 innings.

Mumbai eye history

190

The highest score in a successful T20 chase at the Feroz Shah Kotla (CSK v DD, 2010). Mumbai need 191 to win today.

The Smashing youngster

14

Sixes hit by Shreyas Iyer in the 2015 IPL, more than any other batsman. Only 4 other uncapped batsmen have hit as many in one IPL season.

Record Stand

154

The partnership between Duminy and Iyer, the highest partnership of this IPL, and the 2nd-highest for Delhi in IPL history.

Talent Unearthed

1

Number of uncapped players who have scored 2 or more IPL fifties for Delhi Daredevils - Shreyas Iyer is the first and only such batsman.

Nine Pins?

9

Wickets lost by Delhi during the Powerplay this IPL, the second-most for any team after Mumbai (11)

Just let it end

9

Consecutive IPL games that Daredevils have lost at the Kotla, the joint most. Chargers also lost 9 back-to-back home games in 2011-12.

Slim Pickings

3

Number of times Delhi have beaten Mumbai at the Kotla, more than they have beaten any other team at home.