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MI vs DC, 20th Match at Mumbai, IPL, Apr 07 2024 - Match Result

RESULT
20th Match (D/N), Wankhede, April 07, 2024, Indian Premier League
(20 ov, T:235) 205/8

MI won by 29 runs

Player Of The Match
39* (10) & 1/54
romario-shepherd
Cricinfo's MVP
93.01 ptsImpact List
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Scores: @Thilak_Rama | Comms: Shashank Kishore
Scorecard summary
Mumbai Indians 234/5(20 overs)
49 (27)
2/35 (4)
45* (21)
2/65 (4)
Delhi Capitals 205/8(20 overs)
Cricinfo’s Most Valuable Players of the Match
PLAYERTeam
TI
Runs
I. Runs
B. Impact
Bowl
I. Wkts
Bo. Impact
MI93.0139(10)49.0171.071/541.4621.94
DC71.2871(25)73.2571.28--0
DC64.8266(40)67.3164.82--0
DC58.428(7)7.912.432/352.2355.99
MI57.7349(27)52.1257.73--0
end of over 204 runs • 3 wickets
DC: 205/8CRR: 10.25 
Tristan Stubbs71 (25b 3x4 7x6)
Gerald Coetzee 4-0-34-4
Romario Shepherd 4-0-54-1

Thanks so much for joining us. Look forward to your company for LSG v Titans that has already begun in Lucknow. For now, this is Shashank Kishore signing off on behalf of Ashish Pant, Thilak Gowda and the rest of our crew.

Time for the presentations

Romario Shepherd is the PoM for 39 off 10 balls along with the wicket of David Warner. "Yeah, it made me proud, my hard work has paid off. Hardik told me to express myself on his way out. In these situations, got to just keep eyes on the ball. Don't need to be tentative. Keep a clear mind."

Hardik Pandya: "I would like to have this feeling [of being winning captain[] more often than not. Lot of hard work, hard to clear our minds, and everything clicked. We will be making some tactical changes here and there but more often than not this will be our XII. Settling of the team is important. There was a lot of love and care going around, everyone knows we lost three games but the belief and backing was there, everyone believes we needed just one win and today was the start. I mean amazing, to start with 77 after six is always wonderful. The way everyone was batting, we needed rhythm to bat, the way everyone is chipping in with the opportunity coming in was fantastic. That was some hitting from Romario, he won us the game. The difference was his innings. I like him, he always has a smile of his face, doesn't run away, very proud of the way he played, proud of the team. All good, will be bowling at the right time. Had it covered, so didn't need to roll my arm over."

Ishan Kishan: "We played to potential, this is what we're known for. Kept the process going, we were in a good headspace and got the result we were looking for. Played enough games here, not easy after six overs, more of a rotation game after that, so power play was important for both of us to take the bowlers on and we executed in a very good way. Romario has been working very hard, wasn't playing but was giving his 100% at the net sessions. That was the kind of over we were looking forward to. We know he's very powerful and it changed the game. I'm feeling very good, lot of meetings going on, talking to the coaches, we knew we had to bowl well."

Hardik Pandya & co doing a lap of honor around the ground to thank the 18,000 kids who turned up to watch them play as part of Reliance's CSR initiatives. All the members of the squad are right there - Hardik., Tendulkar, even the owners.

7.20pm Mumbai Indians were challenged briefly, but the carnage at the end of their batting innings by Romario Shepherd proving to be the difference. Capitals conceded 92 off the last four overs. They'd look back at that as a massive turning point and a momentum changer in the match.

Rishabh Pant: "I feel we didn't have enough runs in the Powerplay. Yes, tried to change it afterwards but when pressure mounts on you with asking rate crossing 15-16, it's very difficult. One over here and there can change the momentum, either we can look to play the blame game or look to improve on that. The wicket was good to bat on, slower ones were sticking on the wicket. Will look to improve power play [batting] and death bowling."

19.6
W
Coetzee to Jhye Richardson, OUT

the short ball has done the trick for Coetzee yet again this over. Short, angling away, beats Richardson for pace as he looks to pull in front of square, slices it straight to Rohit at point. Mumbai Indians are off the mark in IPL 2024.

Jhye Richardson c Sharma b Coetzee 2 (2b 0x4 0x6 1m) SR: 100
19.5
2
Coetzee to Jhye Richardson, 2 runs

yorker-length on middle and leg, squeezed past midwicket for a couple

19.4
W
Coetzee to Kushagra, OUT

sliced over the infield to point, as easy as catches come for Tilak. Kushagra was looking to go down the ground but the ball got away from his arc.

Kumar Kushagra c Tilak Varma b Coetzee 0 (1b 0x4 0x6 1m) SR: 0
19.3
W
Coetzee to Lalit Yadav, OUT

excellent catch from Ishan Kishan! Swirler as Lalit Yadav looks to fetch this slog from outside off only to get the top edge, Kishan called for it, ran towards where backward square leg would be and picked it nicely.

Lalit Yadav c †Ishan Kishan b Coetzee 3 (4b 0x4 0x6 4m) SR: 75

Strange decision to take two off the first ball. Sure they may have not had a chance to win, but anything to help the net run rate.

19.2
Coetzee to Lalit Yadav, no run

goes wide Yorker from around the stumps, dug out, good stop off his own bowling.

19.1
2
Coetzee to Lalit Yadav, 2 runs

toe-ends a slog to the man coming in from deep midwicket

end of over 1921 runs • 1 wicket
DC: 201/5CRR: 10.57 RRR: 34.00 • Need 34 from 6b
Tristan Stubbs71 (25b 3x4 7x6)
Lalit Yadav1 (1b)
Romario Shepherd 4-0-54-1
Jasprit Bumrah 4-0-22-2
18.6
6
Shepherd to Stubbs, SIX runs

gets inside the line and helps this pull to clear fine leg. Big over but Stubbs won't be on a strike as Capitals need 34 off the final over. Romario went into the pitch with a slower ball, Stubbs anticipated that and quickly moved off side to pick his spot. Superb batting this. What a knock this has been.

18.5
1
Shepherd to Lalit Yadav, 1 run

cut way to deep point for a single.

18.4
1W
Shepherd to Axar Patel, 1 run, OUT

heaved sown to wide long-on, they'll take two. Wonder if Stubbs needed to take a single off the third ball. But anyway, what's happened here is Axar has been run out at the striker's end because of some lazy running. He was ambling for the second, under the assumption no one was in a hurry. Kishan didn't give any hint of the throw coming his way. But then suddenly gathered the throw and broke the bails to catch him a few yards short. Tardy from Axar.

Axar Patel run out (Mohammad Nabi/†Ishan Kishan) 8 (7b 1x4 0x6 14m) SR: 114.28
18.3
1
Shepherd to Stubbs, 1 run

bowls a cutter into the deck, slapped to sweeper cover

18.2
6
Shepherd to Stubbs, SIX runs

he's walloped that over wide long-on for another six! Goes for a Yorker, misses his length but Stubbs has backed away to swing through cleanly and picks the bones out of that one.

18.1
6
Shepherd to Stubbs, SIX runs

starts with a six! Clears his front leg and swings this down the ground. Straight hit, flat hit. He generated tremendous power behind that stroke. Waited, held his shape and swung hard.

MI got 51 off the last two.

end of over 188 runs
DC: 180/4CRR: 10.00 RRR: 27.50 • Need 55 from 12b
Tristan Stubbs52 (21b 3x4 4x6)
Axar Patel7 (6b 1x4)
Jasprit Bumrah 4-0-22-2
Akash Madhwal 4-0-45-0
17.6
1
Bumrah to Stubbs, 1 run

whips this full toss down to long-on

17.5
1
Bumrah to Axar Patel, 1 run

into the blockhole, on leg stump, dug out to point

17.4
4
Bumrah to Axar Patel, FOUR runs

slices this full toss past the diving cover fielder but it's not going to really bother MI.

17.3
1
Bumrah to Stubbs, 1 run

punches this full toss to long-off

17.2
1
Bumrah to Axar Patel, 1 run

backs away, Bumrah follows him with another toe-crusher, squeezed to point for a single

17.1
Bumrah to Axar Patel, no run

right into the blockhole, Axar somehow manages to save his toes. Forget about a run

end of over 1719 runs
DC: 172/4CRR: 10.11 RRR: 21.00 • Need 63 from 18b
Tristan Stubbs50 (19b 3x4 4x6)
Axar Patel1 (2b)
Akash Madhwal 4-0-45-0
Gerald Coetzee 3-0-30-1
16.6
2
Madhwal to Stubbs, 2 runs

swung away down to deep midwicket, they'll hare back for a second. That's a 19-ball half-century for Stubbs

16.5
1
Madhwal to Axar Patel, 1 run

squeezes this yorker-length delivery to square leg.

Best performances - batters
Spike Graph
Wagon Zone
T Stubbs
71 runs (25)
3 fours7 sixes
Productive shot
on drive
18 runs
1 four2 sixes
Control
92%
PP Shaw
66 runs (40)
8 fours3 sixes
Productive shot
pull
14 runs
3 fours0 six
Control
90%
Best performances - bowlers
G Coetzee
O
4
M
0
R
34
W
4
ECO
8.5
FTYFGSGS
OFFLEG
RHB
1W
2W
LEGOFF
LHB
1W
JJ Bumrah
O
4
M
0
R
22
W
2
ECO
5.5
FTYFGSGS
OFFLEG
RHB
1W
LEGOFF
LHB
1W
Match details
Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
TossDelhi Capitals, elected to field first
Series
Season2024
Player Of The Match
Hours of play (local time)15.30 start, First Session 15.30-17.00, Interval 17.00-17.20, Second Session 17.20-18.50
Match days7 April 2024 - daynight (20-over match)
MI Player Replacement
Impact player in out (1st innings, 19.6 ov)
DC Player Replacement
Impact player in out (1st innings, 16.6 ov)
Umpires
TV Umpire
Reserve Umpire
Match Referee
PointsMumbai Indians 2, Delhi Capitals 0
Language
English
Win Probability
MI 100%
MIDC
100%50%100%MI InningsDC Innings

Over 20 • DC 205/8

Lalit Yadav c †Ishan Kishan b Coetzee 3 (4b 0x4 0x6 4m) SR: 75
W
Kumar Kushagra c Tilak Varma b Coetzee 0 (1b 0x4 0x6 1m) SR: 0
W
Jhye Richardson c Sharma b Coetzee 2 (2b 0x4 0x6 1m) SR: 100
W
MI won by 29 runs
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