11.15pm David Warner has played another one of those knocks: match-winning, utterly dominant, and flawless. He stayed unbeaten and ensured that his side got through, took his side close and then took calculated risks, but all the way through, ensuring he used the pockets in this outfield to accumulate. Mumbai were at least, 20 short and their bowlers tried, but couldn't achieve much. Southee impressed with an impressive display of swing bowling, but that score of 142 was always going to be hard to defend. Mumbai fall to 1 of 4.

David Warner is the Man of the Match: "I'll put it down to the bowlers. I asked them during the meetings to execute and back their plans. With two batsmen in, it looked like we could be chasing 160. The key thing today was the ball actually swung for 20 overs. Just about me playing my game, I got dropped again, and that ball normally deceives me, has been a theme throughout my career."

Rohit Sharma: "When you get that sort of score, you can only hope that the bowlers deliver but you can't expect a lot from them. We have to step up as a batting unit. We need to see what we can do as a team. We have a lot of experience in this squad. All games we lost, we haven't scored enough runs. I don't want to press the panic button, its too early, We have been in the same position previously. Southee was superb, wasn't he?"

17.3
6
McClenaghan to Warner, SIX runs, that's it from me, says Warner. Finishes it with another six. Bouncer on middle and Warner pulls the ball high and long, over square leg. Sunrisers post their first win of the season
17.2
0
McClenaghan to Warner, no run,

Just one hit away, another one-sided game this season.

17.1
6
McClenaghan to Warner, SIX runs, no, that has not gone for six, has it? It has. My gosh. Short delivery outside off, Warner hurries on his toes and bludgeons the ball with a cross-bat over mid-off. Amazingly, he has enough power behind it to carry over the boundary. My, my, my.

END OF OVER:
17 | 11 Runs | SRH: 133/3 (10 runs required from 18 balls, RR: 7.82, RRR: 3.33)

  • Deepak Hooda17 (9b)
  • David Warner78 (56b)
  • Jasprit Bumrah3-0-19-0
  • Hardik Pandya3-0-29-0
16.6
0
Bumrah to Hooda, no run, bouncer to finish. Deviates towards Hooda's body and he is cramped on his attempted upper cut
16.5
1
Bumrah to Warner, 1 run, very full outside off, skewed off the inside half of the bat, to mid-off
16.4
1
Bumrah to Hooda, 1 run, full outside off, pushed to deep cover
16.3
2
Bumrah to Hooda, 2 runs, too straight, Hooda flicks past short fine leg for a couple to backward square leg

Kris: "After Rohit, Guati, Finchy, Quinton its now Warner. This has been the week of openers chase down targets in IPL."

16.2
1
Bumrah to Warner, 1 run, another slower offcutter but Warner backs away to steer to short third man

Warner's chasing high

3089

Runs by David Warner in T20 chases - the second highest by any batsman. Only Gayle (4747) has made more. Warner leapfrogged from No. 6 to No. 2 in his innings of 90*.

Chasing veteran

28

Fifty-plus scores in T20 chases by David Warner. Only Chris Gayle has scored more (40).

slow in powerplay

33

Runs scored by Sunrisers in Powerplay - the third lowest in an innings in this IPL. This is also the joint third-lowest Powerplay score of the home team at this venue.

Warner's chasing form

5

Fifty-plus scores by David Warner in previous ten chases in the IPL. He averaged 42 and struck at 160.16 in these innings.

2nd most expensive

26

Runs off Bipul Sharma's last over - the 2nd most expensive of this IPL. Sunrisers' Bhuvaneshwar Kumar had conceded 28 v RCB, which tops this list.

tough opponent

2-4

Sunrisers's record against Mumbai in the IPL. The last time they won against Mumbai was in Dubai in 2014 and have lost three straight games since then.