A successful over ended with a single over 9.6 overs (1 run) . Got a run by pushing the front ball towards the front bud.

Ishaan Kishan has come to bat …

9.5 overs (0 runs) OUT !!! Catch Out !!! Quinton de Kock returned pavilion by scoring 53 runs. R Ashwin made his first victim MI vs DC: Match 27: WICKET! Quinton de Kock c Prithvi Shaw b Ravichandran Ashwin 53 (36b, 4×4, 3×6). Mumbai Indians 77/2 (9.5 Ov). Target: 163; RRR: 8.46

9.4 overs (1 run) Catch Drop !!! Suryakumar Yadav got life on 17 runs. Here, the female opportunity is taken out of the bowler’s hands. The batsmen went to play the forward ball in the direction of mid on. The ball came to the bat stopping after a bit. The ball went in the air, towards the bowler’s hand, the ball went in the direction of mid on. Got 1 run.

9.3 overs (1 run) , 1 run out, pushing the ball that was banged on the leg stump towards mid on.

9.2 overs (1 run) completed 1 run, pushing the ball of the wicket line towards mid on.

9.1 overs (2 runs) Sweeping the ball put on the pads line in the direction of mid-wicket, took 2 runs.

Time for first time out !!! 72/1 Mumbai after the end of 9 overs. Needed 91 runs off 66 balls. Mumbai does not need to do anything more from here, just go batting wisely. Delhi needs to make some strategy soon.

8.6 overs (1 run) 1 run off the leg stump ball towards mid on. Mumbai need 91 runs in 66 balls at the rate of 8.27 runs per over.

8.5 overs (1 run) Flicking the ball of the pads line in the direction of mid-wicket, took a single.

8.4 overs (4 runs) fours !!!! Putting a back-to-back boundary, Quinton de Kock completed his second half of the season and 12th half of his career. Flick a slow ball put on the leg stump in the direction of mid-wicket. Fielder Fielder is not present, the ball will go across the boundary line and will get four runs.

8.3 overs (4 runs) FOUR !!!! Pull the short ball in the length towards the fine leg. Fielder not present behind the ball went across the boundary line f run. MI vs DC: Match 27: Quinton de Kock hits Harshal Patel for a 4! Mumbai Indians 66/1 (8.3 Ov). Target: 163; RRR: 8.43

8.2 overs (1 run) , 1 run came, pushing the ball on the pads line towards mid-wicket.

8.1 overs (1 run), off the stump, the ball went in the direction of D Cock mid wicket but the ball did not come straight to the pads, the shot went to the fine leg. 1 run as leg bye |

7.6 overs (1 run) Finished with a single over. Punched the ball from the backfoot and scored a single. 60/1 Mumbai after 8 | Needed 103 runs off 72 balls.

7.5 overs (1 run) Attempt to play in the same direction once again. Taking the outside edge, the ball went to the slip from where one run was found.

7.4 overs (4 runs) fours !!! Hit the ball in the gap and the placement is so good that the ball goes between the two players for four runs. Identification of this information batsman. MI vs DC: Match 27: Suryakumar Yadav hits Ravichandran Ashwin for a 4! Mumbai Indians 58/1 (7.4 Ov). Target: 163; RRR: 8.51

7.3 overs (1 run), drives the full length ball towards the covers and gets a run.

7.2 overs (0 runs) De Kock defended the slow delivery.

7.1 overs (1 run) was put forward the ball which the batsman came in line and played towards the front. Fielder deployed, run completed ||

6.6 overs (1 run) Playing the ball of the wicket line towards mid-wicket, 1 run came out.

6.5 overs (1 run) completed 1 run, playing overpitch ball towards covers.

6.4 overs (1 run) Single !!! With this, Mumbai’s 50 runs were completed. He took a single off the leg stump ball towards mid on.

6.3 overs (4 runs) fours !!! Flick the ball on the pads line towards mid-wicket. The ball fielder in the gap is not present. Will get four runs here. MI vs DC: Match 27: Suryakumar Yadav hits Harshal Patel for a 4! Mumbai Indians 49/1 (6.3 Ov). Target: 163; RRR: 8.44

6.2 overs (1 run), the forward ball pushed towards mid-off, got 1 run.

6.1 overs (0 runs) Play and Miss !!! Attempt to pull the ball thrown at the off stump. The ball which did not hit the bat went straight to the keeper. Run not found

End of power play. 44/1 Mumbai after 6 overs | Bowling bowlers are getting from Delhi. Mumbai has lost only one wicket as Rohit Sharma. Currently batting at the crease, Quinton de Kock and Suryakumar Yadav.

An excellent over ended with a single over 5.6 overs (1 run) . 13 runs came from this over. 44/1 Mumbai after 6 | 84 ball 119 runs needed.

5.5 overs (6 runs) Six !!! Second Maximum of Overs !!! Pull the short length ball on the pads towards the mid-wicket and get six easily. MI vs DC: Match 27: It’s a SIX! Quinton de Kock hits Anrich Nortje. Mumbai Indians 43/1 (5.5 Ov). Target: 163; RRR: 8.47

5.4 overs (0 runs) The ball thrown at the line of the guide length played the front three, but the gap was not found.

5.3 overs (6 runs) Six !!! Skyscraper Six !!! Ooohoho! Straight to the Viewers Gallery! Big short needed and came. Overpitch ball, right in the batsman’s radar. Coming under the ball, he picked him towards the fine leg and scored six runs. MI vs DC: Match 27: It’s a SIX! Quinton de Kock hits Anrich Nortje. Mumbai Indians 37/1 (5.3 Ov). Target: 163; RRR: 8.69

 

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