IPL 2018: MI v DD, Match 9 - Delhi Daredevils player ratings

Aubrey Yates
Апреля 14, 2018

Mumbai: Jason Roy produced a masterclass innings to help Delhi Daredevils beat Mumbai Indians by 7 wickets in a nail-biting finish at Wankhede Stadium on Saturday. Although Krunal Pandya outscored him with the bat, Hardik made up for it with the ball.

Roy was on 35 off 15 balls and his captain Gautam Gambhir on 15 as Delhi flew to 50 in five overs. In this way, any batsman of the Mumbai Indians team could not make runs on these balls.

This, perhaps, could be a front-loaded blueprint for the rest of their season, with perhaps Morris held back for the slog overs; and Gambhir playing the role of a firefighting No. 4 or No. 5 in case Daredevils lose early wickets, and remaining happy not to get a hit if the power-hitters really get going. Mumbai's batting heights came in phases, and during those phases, nearly every Delhi bowler was punished.

Hyderabad now lead the points table with two wins from two games and two points; they also have a better run rate than the others. Here's where the Mumbai bowlers will come into play. In reply, Delhi Daredevils enjoyed the upperhand for a large part of the innings.

Mumbai were at 166/4 after 16 overs and before Christian's over, things were looking pretty good for the home team.

He sliced a slower Trent Boult delivery to Jason Roy at long off.

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Skipper Kane Williamson (6) edged one off Mustafizur Rahaman to Ishan Kishan behind the stumps. Yadav then welcomed Mohammed Shami with a six and followed it with two fours as he made a mockery of the listless Delhi attack. Boult relies on swing early on and will be a hard bowler to face, even for the likes of Rohit Sharma and Evin Lewis. Here are the key moments from the match between SRH and MI: Ben Cutting drops Wriddhiman Saha's catchSRH player Wriddhiman Saha had scored only four runs when Ben Cutting dropped his catch. Ishan Kishan played a decent cameo as well, but towards the end, the Delhi bowlers ran riot and managed to restrict Mumbai to 194 and that's wonderful considering they were in contention for a score above 220.

The 19-year-old left-hander hit two sixes and a four off Rahul Tewatia as Mumbai garnered 19 runs from the over.

Tewatia, who had otherwise been quite effective ended his spell with figures of 4-0-36-2. Pant departed for 47 in 25 balls.

Ewan Lewis brought up the Mumbai Indians' hundred in style witb a straight six off leg spinner Rahul Tewatia. Out of the 18 balls bowled, seven deliveries either went to the boundary or over it. Evin Lewis fell after 48 off 28 balls with 4 sixes and four fours. Mumbai are 158/2 after 15 overs.

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