Jason Roy after match-winning knock: Wankhede Stadium great place to bat

Delhi Daredevils

Jason Roy after match-winning knock: Wankhede Stadium great place to bat

Speaking after the win Gambhir said: "Boult, Shami, tremendous effort, we thought they were going to get 230, we restricted them to 190. They batted really well and did not give us a chance in first 10-12 overs", he said.

With one run required of the last four balls off The Fizz, a victory was looking inevitable for Delhi.

Mumbai: An unbeaten 91 by Jason Roy steered Delhi Daredevils to a seven-wicket victory over Mumbai Indians in another thrilling encounter in the Indian Premier League on Saturday.

The form book hasn't been too kind for Delhi Daredevils batsmen but it can all turn around very quickly in the IPL; Gautam Gambhir's team will be mindful of that.

However, presently, The opener from Mumbai Surya Kumar has made life hard for Delhi's bowlers. For Mumbai bowlers, the task is simple: stay disciplined, dry up the runs and force the batsmen to make mistakes. However, Rahman bowled a hat-trick of dot balls to bring down the equation to one required of the last ball. This is Mumbai Indians' fastest Fifty in the tournament. Spinner Rahul Tewatia applied the brakes and send Lewis back, who was caught by Jason Roy at mid-off.

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

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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.

Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan has simply been a class act with the ball while Siddharth Kaul has been a revelation in the pace department.

Ishan was out for 44 off 23 balls after hitting five fours and two sixes. Bowled. Krunal Pandya comes in.

Over 1: 15/0, In this over MI scores 15 runs. Earlier, the Mumbai Indians ploy of opening the innings with Suryakumar Yadav and Evin Lewis worked well as the duo put on a 102-run stand.

Tewatia, who had otherwise been quite effective ended his spell with figures of 4-0-36-2. Lewis smashed four fours and as many sixes. In reply, Delhi Daredevils enjoyed the upperhand for a large part of the innings. The bowling attack at Williamson's disposal seems head and shoulders above those of the remaining sides. Wankhede pitch was a slower one and Roy felt played his best innings in one of the iconic stadiums of India: "Was a good knock, but we came together as a team and showed what we're capable of".

Talking statistically, Mumbai Indians and Delhi Daredevils has faced on 20 occasions, out of which Mumbai has come out on top 11 times and Delhi has won 9 times.

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