Mumbai vs Delhi, Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018-19 Final Highlights: Aditya Tare struck half-century as Mumbai defeated Delhi by four wickets to win their third Vijay Hazare Trophy title at M Chinnaswamy stadium on Saturday. Mumbai last won the trophy way back in 2006-07 when they defeated Rajasthan. Opting to bowl after winning the toss, pacers, Shivam Dubey (3/29) and Dhawal Kulkarni (3/30) picked up three wickets apiece as Mumbai bowled out Delhi for a paltry 177 in 45.4 overs.
Mumbai vs Delhi Vijay Hazare Trophy Final Highlights:
MUMBAI ARE THE WINNERS OF VIJAY HAZARE 2018-19
Mumbai beat Delhi by four wickets in the final. From 40/4, Mumbai are carried by a 105-run stand between Aditya Tare and Siddhesh Lad.
WICKET! Delhi break the 105-run stand as Manan Sharma claims the wicket of Aditya Tare. Lack of bounce resulted in the ball bouncing off Tare's pad. Huge breakthrough for Delhi. Mumbai are 157/5 after 31 overs
Aditya Tare's half-century is greeted by a standing ovation at the Chinnaswamy stadium. An important knock from the experienced 30-year old.
Mumbai bring up 100
Mumbai bring up their 100 after 21 overs with a four from Aditya Tare. Mumbai need 78 runs to win. Tare and Lad building a partnership here.
17 overs gone, Mumbai 92/4
Mumbai are in 92/4 after 17 overs.
Time for spin - Manan Sharma comes into the attack for Delhi.
14 overs gone, Mumbai 74/4
Mumbai have weared off the early storm and now Aditya Tare and Siddhesh Lad have settled down. The duo have added 34 runs together for Mumbai and have taken the total to 74/4 in 14 overs. Time for drinks
Change in attack
Suboth Bhati comes on to replace Kulwant Khejroliya.
10 overs gone, MUM 63/4
Mumbai are 63/4 after 10 overs, still need 115 runs to win.
50 up for Delhi
Siddesh Lad and Aditya Tare are batare now starting to deal in boundaries. The two have plenty of experience and are now trying to settle down Mumbai, while playing risk free cricket.
GONE! Shreyas Iyer takes a swing and the faintest of edge on the ball. Good take behind the stumps by the wicketkeeper. Kulwant Khejroliya gets his first wicket. MUM 40/4
GONE! Navdeep Saini has completely rattled Mumbai's top order and Siddhesh Lad has hammered a delivery at point. Mumbai's top order is in tatters.
WAIT, IS THAT A NO BALL?! That looks close to call.
YES, IT'S A NO BALL! Lad gets a lifeline!
SHREYAS IYER DROPPED ON 3! Shreyas Iyer edged the ball straight to second slips but Nitish Rana has dropped it. A lifeline given to the Mumbai skipper.
GONE! Navdeep Saini has completely rattled Mumbai's top order and Suryakumar Yadav has edged a delivery to second slip. Mumbai's top order is in tatters.
WAIT, IS THAT A NO BALL?! That looks close to call.
It has been adjudged as a fair delivery and Kumar has to walk back. MUM 25/3
WICKET! Navdeep Saini gets another one and the experienced Ajinkya Rahane makes the long walk back. Trapped in front of the pads and that looks plumb. Delhi are back! MUM 21/2
4 overs gone, Mumbai 17/1
Ajinkya Rahane and skipper Shreyas Iyer settling down Mumbai after the early blow. The two have managed to waive off the pressure put on early by Kulwant Khejroliya and Navdeep Saini. And are now ticking along the score board. 4 overs gone, MUMBAI 17/1
Kulwant Khejroliya into the attack
Kulwant Khejroliya is into the attack from the other end. He will be hoping to get a few early wickets to crumble Mumbai's run chase.
GONE! Navdeep Saini with a JAFFA! Shaw deceived by the swing on the ball. Completely missed the ball. The ball knocks down the off stumps. BIG WICKET FOR DELHI! MUM 8/1
SHAW IS ON FIRE!
Back-to-back boundaries forPrithvi Shaw. He takes his List A-career runs past 1000. And gives a solid start to Mumbai in chase. First two balls, two boundaries.
Mumbai chase is on!
Prithvi Shaw and Ajinkya Rahane out to open the innings for Mumbai. Shaw has scored 999 runs in 24 innings in List A cricket. Navdeep Saini out to bowl for Delhi. Target 178. CHASE IS ON!
WICKET! Dhawan Kulkarni gets another one and Suboth Bhati has been adjudged LBW. That looks plumb. DEL 177/9. PAWAN NEGI NOT COMING OUT TO BAT.
MUMBAI NEED 178 TO WIN.
GONE! Shivam Dubey has clean bowled Navdeep Saini. Saini plays along the wrong line. JAFFA! DEL 178/8
GONE! Suboth Bhati tries to relieve himself but he has given away his wicket. Tries to go big on Tushar Deshpande's slow delivery but has been caught at covers.
OH WAIT... THAT IS A BIG NO BALL!
150 up for Delhi
SIX! Suboth Bhati has gone for a six as he tries to release the pressure and shackles. Brings up 150 for Delhi in style.
GONE! Delhi 141/7
WICKET! Himmat Singh loses his control as the pressure was building - the runs were not coming - and Negi was not in there to support him. Tries to launch a straight driver off Shivam Dubey. Gets an edge and easy catch for Aditya Tare behind stumps. DEL 141/7
38 overs gone, DEL 141/6
Delhi have reached 141/6 in 38 overs. With Himmat Singh still in the middle, Delhi can still hope to play full quota of 50 overs. Delhi will hope to reach somewhere close to 200-220 in the remaining 12 overs.
Pawan Negi walking off
PAWAN NEGI RETIRED HURT! The finger injury to Negi has aggravated and he has to walk back to the dugout. Suboth Bhati out to bat.
Pawan Negi Injured
Pawan Negi has been struck on his right hand. He looks to be in serious pain at the moment. The medical teams are out on the field - trying to mend the injury. It does not look good at the moment. DEL 137/6
PAWAN NEGI UNLEASHED!
Pawan Negi is known for his attacking style of play, especially against spinners. And he has gone after Shams Mulani in the 33rd over. He releases the shackles from Delhi as he hammers the lef-tarm bowler for two boundaries and a six. DEL 130/6 after 33 overs.
32 overs gone, DEL 115/6
Himmat Singh has been unleashed and he is starting to attack Mumbai bowlers. He has quickly reached 30s. Delhi would want him to stay for as long as he can. 32 overs gone, DEL 115/6. Time for a drinks break.
WICKET! Dhawal Kulkarni brought back into the attack and he pleases his captain with a wicket. Pitched outside off stump and Lalit Yadav decided to have a swing at it. WHY! NO IDEA! DEL 100/6
100 up for Delhi
SIX! Himmat Yadav goes after Shams Mulani. Slow and short, and Himmat stepped back inside his crease and then lofted it into the stands. Brings up 100 for Delhi in style.
28 overs gone, DEL 89/5
Himmat Singh and Lalit Yadav in the middle are trying to steady Delhi's ship. The duo have taken the score closer to 100, but the runs have dried up for Delhi. DEL 89/5 in 28 overs.
GONE! Excellent work behind the stumps by Aditya Tare and he has delivered the big wicket of Dhruv Shorey. Shams Mulani with the ball, pitched it short, prompting Shorey to step forward. Tare quickly grabbed the ball and took down the stumps. DEL 85/5
22 overs gone, DEL 71/4
Dhruv Shorey has shown extreme patience and skills in tough conditions to bat through the innings. He continues to lead Delhi's resistance and is looking confident with his strokes. 22 overs gone, DEL 71/4
GONE! DEL 60/4
WICKET! Loss in concentration from Nitish Rana as he hammered pulled a short delivery from Shivam Dubey straight to deep mid-wicket. Shivam Lad takes a good catch. Poor shot selection, there was no power and terrible execution. DEL 60/4
Time for spin
Shams Mulani replaces Royston Dias into the attack, as Mumbai look to employ spin forces to break the partnership. DEL 56/3 after 16 overs.
50 up for Delhi
FOUR! Short and wide delivery from Shivam Dubey and Dhruv Shorey just went after it. Smashed it through the covers for a boundary. Deservedly punished. Brings up 50 for Delhi in style. DEL 51/3
15 overs gone, DEL 47/3
Nitish Rana and Dhruv Shorey settled Delhi after the early dismissals. The duo have taken their side to 47/3 after 15 overs. Time for a drinks break.
Expensive start - DEL 34/3 after 11 overs
Expensive first over from Royston Dias. Nitish Rana made most of the width on offer and punished the seamer for two boundaries. The ball is starting to look as if it is coming on to bat now. DEL 34/3 after 11 overs
10 overs gone, DEL 25/3
The first powerplay is up and Delhi have reached 25/3 after 10 overs. The pitch is expected to ease down a bit afterwards. It already looks to be becoming more harder.
Change in attack - Royston Dias replaces Dhawal Kulkarni.