IPL 2018 7th Match: Sunrisers defeat Indians in last-ball thriller

IPL 2018 7th Match: Sunrisers defeat Indians in last-ball thriller

Suryakumar Yadav and Evin Lewis plundered 84 off the Powerplay, but a slump in which five wickets fell for 21 allowed them to get only 194, a below-par total on a belting batting pitch. The likes of Rishabh Pant, Chris Morris, Glenn Maxwell should perform to sustain that argument and to provide their team a victory in this year's IPL. Hardik Pandya is getting recovered and is expected to be in this match.

Opener Roy made a mockery of a listless Mumbai bowling attack as he hammered six fours and as many sixes in his 53-ball knock to help Delhi overhaul a 195-run target to earn their first win of the season. But the visitors did not look too convincing in a modest chase against Mumbai Indians last night before pulling off a one-wicket victory off the last ball, a first in IPL history.

MoM: J Roy for 91 runs from 53 balls (Not out). As a result, they went into the last over requiring 11 runs to win.

Pant was dismissed after a scintillating 47 off 25 balls, but Roy ensured he kept going.

Mumbai: It was yet so near and yet so far for Mumbai Indians on their home turf at Wankhede. "They batted really well and did not give us a chance in first 10-12 overs", he said. Reigning champions Mumbai Indians, meanwhile, lost their second straight game by a one-wicket margin having been beaten by CSK in the opening match on Apr.7 and as for SRH, they have now won both their matches. So much so that the cricket fans right from the Mumbai Indian supporters to the Chennai Super Kings worshippers are glued to their television sets. Left-arm spinner Shahbaz Nadeem was horribly inaccurate and did not flight the ball, while Shami and Dan Christian bowled lengths that allowed the batsmen room.

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Hooda hit a six from Ben Cutting before a couple of hasty singles and then Stanlake's killer blow off the final delivery of an epic IPL clash.

The Mumbai Indians versus Delhi Daredevils IPL game at the Wankhede Stadium today saw 21,000 students in attendance as part of the MI's "Education and Sports for All" initiative.

The onslaught on the spin duo allowed DD to take a safer route against Jasprit Bumrah, Mustafizur Rahman and Krunal Pandya.

The two hit it off as the former KKR man, sans his cheeky taps and scoops, blasted Delhi's bowlers to smash a half-century in a blazing century stand. However, Rahman bowled a hat-trick of dot balls to bring down the equation to one required of the last ball.

Saturday was the first time that Yadav has ever opened in a T20 game. He smashed four fours and as many sixes during his stay.

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