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IPL 2019, DC vs MI Highlights: Mumbai thump Delhi at home by 40 runs

IPL 2019, DC vs MI Highlights: Delhi Capitals have won 5 of their 9 games this season and 4 have been away wins. At home, their only win came in the Super Over.

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IPL 2019, DC vs MI Highlights: Delhi were beaten by Mumbai. (Source: PTI)

IPL 2019, DC vs MI Highlights: Delhi Capitals were thumped at home by Mumbai Indians by 40 runs. MI were truly the better side on the day and with this win have now jumped to the second spot on the points table. For DC this is the third loss at home . Delhi Capitals have won 5 of their 9 games this season and 4 have been away wins. At home, their only win came in the Super Over.

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Batting first Mumbai scored a competitive 168/5 courtesy of a late flourish by Hardik Pandya. In reply, Delhi never got going and succumbed to a dismal defeat scoring 128/9 after 20 overs.

Indian Premier League, 2019Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 23 May 2019

Delhi Capitals 128/9 (20.0)

vs

Mumbai Indians 168/5 (20.0)

Match Ended ( Day - Match 34 ) Mumbai Indians beat Delhi Capitals by 40 runs

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IPL 2019, Delhi Capitals vs Mumbai Indians: Highlights

Mumbai Win by 40 runs

It's all over! DC have been thumped at home by 40 runs. MI truly the better side on the day and have now jumped to the 2nd spot on the points table. Third loss at home for Delhi- Delhi Capitals have won 5 of their 9 games this season and 4 have been away wins. At home, their only win came in the Super Over. I

 
 

Caught

After dropping a sitter in the previous over Pollard's got a big smile on his face as he takes a catch this time! DC- 125/9, Delhi Capitals need 44 runs in 2 balls

Delhi lose 3 in a row

Malinga removes Morris who hits it to Hardik at long off!
Then Keemo Paul is run-out as MI get the 7th wicket.
After which Bumrah has Axar Patel clean bowled.
Three wickets in a row! Bumrah is cleaning house at Delhi. 
 
DC- 107/8, Delhi Capitals need 62 runs in 16 balls

Strategic time-out. 4 overs to go. Chris Morris and Axar Patel in the middle. DC need 73 runs in 24 balls

More on the pitch

It will be interesting to see what kind of a pitch is produced at the Feroz Shah Kotla this season. Recently Delhi have never really capitalised on home advantage or produced pitches with notable characteristics

BOWLED! Again

BOWLED! Bumrah finds a way through Rishabh Pant's defence. Pant missing the line completely. DC- 76/5, Delhi need 93 runs in 37 balls

MI on top

So MI read it right. Was a good toss to win and the Kotla has again produced a track that the home team wouldn't enjoy. The asking rate has climbed up to 14.46

STAT ATTACK

Teams batting first at the Feroz Shah Kotla have only two of the last seven matches there. However, before that run, the team batting first had won six in a row in Delhi.

BOWLED

GONE! Third wicket for Rahul Chahar and Delhi are in deep trouble at 63/4. Shreyas Iyer had no clue of this leg-break. The ball pitched on leg and turned enough to clip the top of off-stump. Fabulous!

Castled

Krunal fires it in with the arm-ball and castles Colin Munro. DC - 61/3 (9.4)

OUT

Prithvi Shaw goes for the big hit but mistimes it straight to Hardik Pandya. He is gone for 24. Rahul Chahar has done the damage. He gets both the openers are Mumbai are right back in it . DC- 59/2, 8. 3 ovs

BOWLED

Chahar appeals for an LBW as Dhawan tries to play a reverse sweep but the ball finds a way to hit the stumps. Big wicket! The South African born Kiwi, Colin Munro, is the next man in. DC - 49/1 (6.3)

Powerplay Ends

Six from the last over of powerplay! DC are 48/0 as we break for a strategic timeout. Meanwhile, Jayant Yadav is getting the ball to turn!

SIX

Dhawan is on song- steps down the ground and slams it over long-on for a huge six! what a shot! DC have raced away to 38 at the end of the first four overs.

Four

Malinga to share the new ball with Hardik! Four- Dhawan steps out and smashes the slower ball over covers. DC - 28/0, 3 ovs

DC off to a flier

Prithvi Shaw and Shikhar Dhawan are at the crease. Prithvi Shaw is on strike. Hardik Pandya will open the attack. And back to back boundaries for Shaw. Hardik over-adjusts and pays the price. Good start for DC. DC- 8/0, 1 ovs

Mumbai Indians-168/5 after 20 overs

 
Hardik Pandya's cameo ensures Mumbai Indians finish at 168/5 after 20 overs. 50 runs came off the last 3 overs. Will this be enough for them to take the game home tonight? DC need 169 to win the match. Join us for the next innings in some time

A big over at last

The 18th over bowled by Keemo Paul goes for 17 runs. Krunal Pandya first hits a four off the second ball, brings Hardik on strike the next and the latter hits a four and a six before another single 

Into the last four overs

The Pandyas are in the middle with Suryakumar Yadav being dismissed by Kagiso Rabada off the first ball of the 16th. It looks like we have another low scoring match in our handsa at the Kotla. 

MIX-UP AND RUN OUT!

Both batsmen find themselves at the same end of the pitch and Axar Patel clips off the bails at the non-striker's end, De Kock has to walk. 

TIMEOUT

An engrossing first nine overs of the match. MI started off well with Rohit Sharma looking unbeatable against pace. But he feel as soon as he faced some spin and Ben Cutting soon after to get Delhi back into the match. MI 70/2. 

WICKET!

Ben Cutting trapped in front of the stumps by Axar Patel and MI lost another. The home crowd have found their voices again. 

OUT!

Well if this was football and that wicket was a goal, you could say it came against the run of play for the Capitals. Rohit Sharma was cruising when along came Amit Mishra with a delivery that stayed low and knocked off the bails behind him. Rohit departs for 30 (22), MI 57/1. 

SIX!

Keemo Paul with a beamer that Rohit swats away square for a maximum. That takes MI past 50 and adds ball to sixth over. At the end of that over, and hence the powerplay MI are 57/0 

SIX!

And Rohit hits the first maximum of the day too. Good length delivery just outside leg from Morris and Rohit pulls it over deep square leg into the stands. MI 32/0 off 4 overs. 

FOUR!

The first boundary of the day is a thing of beauty from Rohit Sharma. Rabada pitches it up outside off, Rohit absolutely creams it through covers. 12/0 after 2 overs.  

6 runs from the first over

Rohit Sharma and Quinton de Kock open the batting for Mumbai, Ishant Sharma bowled a tight first over, which included a knuckleball. 

Mumbai Indians

Quinton de Kock (wk), Rohit Sharma (c), Suryakumar Yadav, Kieron Pollard, Hardik Pandya, Ben Cutting, Krunal Pandya, Jayant Yadav, Rahul Chahar, Jasprit Bumrah, Lasith Malinga

Delhi Capitals

Prithvi Shaw, Shikhar Dhawan, Colin Munro, Shreyas Iyer (c), Rishabh Pant (wk), Chris Morris, Axar Patel, Keemo Paul, Kagiso Rabada, Amit Mishra, Ishant Sharma

Mumbai Indians win the toss, choose to bat first

Rohit Sharma surprised Michael Slater there but the MI captain said that getting runs on the board is always a good thing according to him at the Kotla. 

Ricky Ponting

Delhi Capitals have made it a sort of a ritual to share their coach's dressing room pep talks on their social media handles. As long as they are good, what's there to complain, right? And they are good. 

Hello and welcome!

Delhi and Mumbai. Two of the biggest cities in the country that are represented by two very contrasting IPL sides. Mumbai Indians are the joint most successful team in the tournament while the Delhi Daredevils were at the bottom end of the league table and jokes for most of the seasons. But this year, they have exchanged "Daredevils" for "Capitals" and owners and seem to have finally found their feet. Going into this match, the Indians and the Capitals are level on points and a victory for either will be a major leg up for the top four skirmishes that will come towards the end of the league stage. 

Probable XI: 

DC: Prithvi Shaw, Shikhar Dhawan, Colin Munro, Shreyas Iyer (c), Rishabh Pant (wk), Chris Morris, Axar Patel, Kagiso Rabada, Sandeep Lamichhane, Amit Mishra, Ishant Sharma

MI: Rohit Sharma (c), Quinton de Kock (wk), Suryakumar Yadav, Kieron Pollard, Hardik Pandya, Ishan Kishan, Krunal Pandya, Rahul Chahar, Jason Behrendorff, Lasith Malinga, Jasprit Bumrah