IPL 2021 Delhi Won Against Mumbai Indians.
Delhi beat Mumbai by 8 wickets in Chennai on Tuesday. The current champions could not score more than 136 runs for 9 wickets in the allotted 20 overs. In reply, Rishav Pant’s team reached the target with 5 balls left. They collected 6 points in four matches. Bangalore collected 6 points in one matchless.
However, Delhi did not have a good start in the run chase. Prithvi Shaw returned to the dressing room with 11 runs. However, another opener Shekhar Dhawan took the helm of the team with Aussie batsman Steve Smith in the second wicket. Averaged 53 runs. When Smith returned, Dhawan was out with 36 more runs added to the scoreboard by Lalit Yadav. After that, the team was under some pressure after losing to captain Rishav Pant by 15 runs. However, Lalit finished the rest of the work with Caribbean batsman Shimran Hetmeyer.
Dhawan played the highest innings of 45 runs. He made 5 fours and 1 six in 42 balls. Smith made 33 off 29 balls with 4 sixes. Lalit played an unbeaten inning of 22 runs.
Mumbai, who had earlier won the toss and elected to bat, did not have a good start. Proteas opener Quinton de Kock returned with 9 runs. However, in the second wicket, captain Rohit Sharma overcame the initial pressure by averaging 57 runs with Suryakumar Yadav. Avis Khan broke the tie. Then the team fell under the spell of Mishra. As a result, they keep losing wickets at regular intervals. No pair has been formed.
Captain Rohit played the highest innings of 44 runs for the team. He hit three fours and sixes off 30 balls. Besides, Ishan Kishan scored 26 runs. 24 runs came from Suryakumar’s bat. Jayant Yadav scored 23 runs in the last over.
Mishra took 4 wickets for 24 runs for Delhi. Avis got 2 wickets. However, he was quite stingy in giving runs. The pacer gave only 15 runs in 4 overs.
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