full-toss above the waist, this beamer is sliced straight to mid-off. Another no-ball. Delhi topple Mumbai in Chennai
11.47pm That's a wrap of this game. Thanks for your company and comments. Do come back for tomorrow's double-header. Until then, stay safe and cheers.
11.40pm Pant: When we started we were under a bit of pressure, but Mishi bhai got us back into the game. It was a low-scoring match, but a difficult pitch to bat on. We just wanted to keep it simple and we wanted to restrict them to at least 140-150. I think Lalit is a great Indian player and we are looking to groom him [on Lalit's promotion]. Everything [Bumrah's no-balls] helps in the end if you win the match.
Mishra, Player of the Match: I was just trying to get wickets there and bowl slower. My style is to bowl the bowl in the air and get it to dip. I've been doing that for 14 years and I don't want to change much. It's always there, Rohit and Mumbai were match-winners for Mumbai Indians for the last 14 years. So, I always go for the wickets. I was worried, but our batsmen are smart enough. Altogether, we're very happy today.
11.25pm Before today, the Delhi Capitals had lost all of their last five matches against the Mumbai Indians, including four last season. Mumbai made them dig deep once again, but Hetmyer ushers them home in a low-scorer. It was set up by Mishra's delightful legbreaks and wrong'uns on a sluggish Chepauk track. Ponting hugs a pumped-up Mishra. The Capitals will play one more game at Chepauk, against SRH, before heading to Ahmedabad.
Rohit: After the start we got, I thought we could have batted well in the middle overs, which we didn't do. We didn't capitalise on the start in the powerplay, which we failed to do again. Credit to Delhi bowlers - they kept the pressure up and kept taking wickets. We knew dew was going to come in. We saw in the last few games that it's not that difficult to grip the ball. Dew is not really the factor. You need to play smart cricket to win. Just a small niggle, should be okay.
Dhawan: Absolutely different from Wankhede. [This win] brings a lot of confidence to our team. Really happy. We just had to keep the momentum going, we knew at the end it will be difficult for the bowling side with dew. It was important to keep wickets in hand and at the same time have positive intent. Everyone was watching the match intensely in the dug-out and we wanted to win.
RajatMaheshwari: "This win by DC will really give them more confidence as they has not had a great record over MI off late in IPL and they had less time to get accustomed to the conditions and weather over here at Chepauk which were quite contrast to what they faced at Wankhede!"
Royston Crasta: "I vote Amith Mishra for player of the match"
Ansar : "Someone said Bumrah and Mali should be given a salute for bowling at Mumbai's flat decks. True enough, but I would also like to salute Raina and MSD for batting and winning matches in this tough deck at Chepauk. "
He calls for a helmet after that boundary
A helmet-less Hetmyer reaches out for this slower, short ball wide of off. Scythed away to the right of sweeper for four
Hetmyer will keep the strike. He will face up to his West Indies white-ball captain Pollard. You can't give him the left-arm fingerspin of Krunal. DC need 5 off the last over
very full on middle, picked off to long leg for one
full-toss on middle and leg, punched to deep midwicket. Hetmyer hares back for the second
Bumrah aims for the wide yorker, comes out as a full-toss, which is heaved to Boult at deep square
Hety now holes out to long-off off the free-hit. Banged in short and outside off at 141ks, Hetmyer flaps it straight to the outfielder. He has to settle with a single. Excellent recovery from Bumrah
pitched up and wide of off, Lalit camps back and drives it hard to long-off. Ooops, the no-ball siren goes off again
full-toss on middle, leading-edged into the covers for one as Hetmyer aims leg side
Lalit holes out to long-on off the free-hit. Very full and wide of off, probably a slower ball, Lalit reaches out for the ball and hauls it in the air. Hety was keen for the second, but is sent back by Lalit
wide yorker from Bumrah, dips sharply as Lalit swishes and misses outside off. The no-ball siren goes off
Bumrah to bowl the penultimate over. Krunal or Pollard himself will bowl the last. DC need 15 off 12 balls
full and straight, not quite the yorker, whipped to deep midwicket
drilled in the air, but just past the right of Boult who was taking evasive action rather than trying to pluck it out of thin air
De Kock thinks he has Hetmyer nicking behind. Not given out. MI don't have a review left. Slower dipper from Boult, short of the slot, Hetmyer drives but the ball sneaks under his bat. No bat involved, good call from umpire Shamshuddin
Shot, Hety! On-pace delivery from Boult, overpitched and outside off, Hetmyer leans into it and crunnnnnnnnches it over extra-cover
searches for another yorker, comes out as a full-toss, carved to point, tumbling save
inswinging yorker from Boult, has Lalit toppling over and nails the back pad. Not given out lbw. It probably pitched outside leg and swerved in. Pollard asks for a review. Did Lalit nick it? Nope. Yes, it pitched outside leg
Lalit rides the bounce of this short ball outside off and finds a single to deep third man
Hetmyer joins Lalit
Krunal runs in from deep fine leg and takes it! Pant sticks his tongue out and walks off. Slower offcutter, on middle, Pant looks to shovel-scoop it away. Instead, he splices it to the outfielder off the top edge. Just like that, Bumrah delivers at the death
slower cutter, full and floated into middle, poked back to Bumrah off an inner edge
low full-toss, angling into the pads, glanced to Chahar at long leg