Hardik Pandya conceded 21 runs in his second over as Roy hammered him for two consecutive sixes over long on and square-leg respectively, and followed it with a four.
IPL 2018 Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Daredevils latest cricket score and updates: Delhi Daredevils win by 7 wickets off the final ball! Yadav smashes a boundary in the first ball, Boult drops the catch of Lewis, 10 runs off the over. The pitch condition is good and it is hoping for Mumbai Indians. Mumbai lost five wickets for 21 runs, failing to build on a strong base.
The Delhi bowlers, especially Mohammad Shami and Trent Boult, put behind an otherwise ordinary display and made life hard for the batsmen with their cutters and slower deliveries.
The Delhi Daredevils faced off against the Mumbai Indians this afternoon.
"They really bowled some good slower ones". This is Mumbai Indians' fastest Fifty in the tournament. For the visitors, the English batsman Jason Roy replaced the Kiwi opener Colin Munro, while Glenn Maxwell retained his place in the playing XI after missing out on the opener. Rohit Sharma along with Krunal and Hardik Pandya couldn't do much with the skipper departing for 18, Krunal for 11 and Hardik for 2.
Also, it is time for Gambhir should understand that Shami, who has been facing some tough days in his personal life, has been always an expensive bowler in IPL.
At 56 for no loss after Powerplay, SRH were cruising home but the likes of Wriddhiman Saha, Kane Williamson, Shikhar Dhawan and Manish Pandey who form the fulcrum of their batting got out in 27 runs to make the chase look so hard.
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Rohit Sharma was unbeaten on 13 while left-handed Krunal Pandya was the new man in.
Over 1: 15/0, In this over MI scores 15 runs.
It was a blistering start for MI as Suryakumar (53 in 32 balls) and Lewis (48 in 28 balls) raced to a 100-run partnership. The trio bowled superbly to keep Mumbai in the hunt, but with three other bowlers, including Hardik Pandya, having a bad day, Delhi snapped their losing streak.
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.
MI batted first in both the matches yet they lost, while DD got to defend and chase in either of their games so far. Lewis smashed four fours and as many sixes. 50 comes up for Yadav in 29 balls. The promotion to opening the innings came after MI's last match in Hyderabad. The venue of the match is at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.