The match was the highest scoring as MI put the target of 195 runs for DD and Delhi won it by 3 wickets on the last bowl of the match. Unfortunately for the three-time champions, the nerves seem to be getting the better of them as they have ended up losing all the three matches in nearly similar fashion.
There was plenty of drama before Jason Roy gave the finishing blow to a pulsating Vivo-IPL match, lifting Bangladesh's left-arm seamer Mustafizur Rahman over cover for Daredevils' first win in three matches.
The two opening loses made Mumbai tweak their playing XI and also their batting order.
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The Next Stop: Delhi will get a chance to get consecutive victories when they meet Chris Lynn's Kolkata Knight Riders on Tuesday whilst the winless-Mumbai take on Virat Kohli's Royal Challengers Bangalore on Wednesday to try and get the ball rolling for IPL 11. "We were 10-15 runs short but still 180+ is a good score on any ground", said Yadav, who became the leading run-getter at this stage of the tournament. Winning the toss, DD captain Gautam Gambhir chose to bowl first. Openers Evin Lewis and Suryakumar Yadav scored 53 and 48 runs respectively and also notched up an 84-run partnership in the powerplay. Here are the key moments from the game: Jason Roy's brilliant innings In a nail-biting finish, Roy took a single off the final ball to help Delhi Daredevils seize its maiden win in the Indian Premier League 2018.
One person has been arrested for allegedly molesting a 24-year-old woman during an IPL match at Wankhede Stadium yesterday, a senior police official said on Sunday. Lewis smashed four fours and as many sixes.
Ishan Kishan came in at No.3 and impressed with his batting with a quick 44 in 23 deliveries. Shakib (27 off 21 balls) and Williamson departed in quick succession but by then they had done their job and Yusuf Pathan (17* off 7 balls) launched Andre Russell into the stands to hand his former employers their second successive defeat. The hosts lost six wickets for 28 runs with Kieron Pollard falling for a duck. After Pant fell, Glenn Maxwell came and attacked in his six-ball knock before being brilliantly caught by Hardik Pandya at long-off. It was Williamson who looked more comfortable against the KKR bowlers. Akila Dananjaya added 4 runs off 5 balls while Maayank Markande scored 4 runs off 3 balls. "Obviously we were expecting around 220 but the bowlers restricted them well in the middle and we really bowled well in patches". Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who missed SRH's last game, returned figures of 3/26. "The comeback was unbelievable by the bowlers and hopefully we continue doing the same things", Iyer said after the match.