0.2 and he's gone! but wait Taufeeq asks for the referral this time around and it is a wasted referral as the ball pitches in line of the off stump and coming in and hitting flush on the pads and bat is a long way away from the pad. Wonder why Taufeeq referred it? 0/1
    13.1 outside the off stump, Van der Wath drives it to cover, where Rohan dives and stops the delivery and throws the ball back to Klusener, who flicks the bails off and Jadhav is a long way out 82/6
    8.4 gets a top edge on the pull shot to point and has to go 55/2
    9.1 on the middle stump, Raza comes forward and looks to defend it but does not get his bat in front of the pad and is rapped on the front pad and it is a straight forward decision for the umpire 57/3
    10.1 short on the middle stump first up, Powar, pulls it off the backfoot but gets a top edge and the ball lobs upto deep midwicket for McMillan to complete the catch 66/4
    12.2 on the off stump, Patil is looking to go inside out but gets an outside edge to where the first slip would have been but Dasgupta dives across and completes the catch. Patil is limping back to the pavilion 79/5
    18.1 outside the off stump and struck on the pads. The umpire raises his finger and Van der Wath asks for the referral and surprisingly is given out inspite of being struck outside the off stump. Luck is not with the Mumbai Champs 148/8
    17.6 on the good length on the middle stump, Paul comes down the track and has a wild swing at it and gets a top edge to midwicket, where Eklakh pouches it 148/7
    19.2 outside the off stump, Iyer is looking to pull it away and gets a top edge to point, where Rohan takes the catch 156/9
    not out
    19.5 outside the off stump, Yadav comes down the track and looks to loft it away but is beaten by the away movement and Dasgupta's underhand flick finds the target and he is stumped 158/10
    5 (lb 1, w 4)
    158 all out (19.5 Overs, RR: 7.96)
    Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Taufeeq Umar, 0.2 ov), 2-55 (NJ Astle, 8.4 ov), 3-57 (Hasan Raza, 9.1 ov), 4-66 (KR Powar, 10.1 ov), 5-79 (RP Patil, 12.2 ov), 6-82 (DS Jadhav, 13.1 ov), 7-148 (Subhojit Paul, 17.6 ov), 8-148 (JJ van der Wath, 18.1 ov), 9-156 (S Iyer, 19.2 ov), 10-158 (Avinash Yadav, 19.5 ov)
    AN Ahmed3.502235.7300010
    S Tarafdar4045111.2500000
    AR Adams402827.0000000
    UDU Chandana302618.6600020
    Eklak Ahmid302528.3300000
    L Klusener201105.5000000

Match Notes

ICL Mumbai 2nd innings Partnerships

1st0Taufeeq UmarDS Jadhav
2nd55NJ AstleDS Jadhav
3rd2Hasan RazaDS Jadhav
4th9DS JadhavKR Powar
5th13DS JadhavRP Patil
6th3JJ van der WathDS Jadhav
7th66JJ van der WathSubhojit Paul
8th0JJ van der WathS Iyer
9th8MS KasprowiczS Iyer
10th2MS KasprowiczAvinash Yadav
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