Rishabh Pant scored 47 runs with his willow. Both the teams Mumbai Indians and Delhi Daredevils have never won any of the two matches in IPL 2018 yet. DD bowlers were hit all over the park by the opening pair and the 100-run stand seemed to be getting Mumbai to a solid 200+ total but then Evin Lewis was the first to go by getting caught to Rahul Tewatia's bowling. In this way, any batsman of the Mumbai Indians team could not make runs on these balls.
Since 2015, Lewis has a middle-overs strike rate of 174.1 in T20s - the best among all players to have faced at least 250 balls. His four overs are guaranteed and even though he was expensive in his last two outings, Boult is capable of running through batting orders, and delivering yorkers at the death.
Rohit has so far failed to lead from the front for Mumbai while the likes of West Indians Elvin Lewis, Kieron Pollard and Suryakumar Yadav have also not fired. The 20-year-old has picked up seven wickets in two matches, 3/23 against CSK and 4/23 against SRH.
On Thursday evening, the Sunrisers beat Mumbai Indians in a nail-biter at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in Hyderabad. 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 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.
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While Suryakumar was slick and innovative - he found the third-man boundary with a late uppercut off Trent Boult and the deftest glide to a yorker from Mohammed Shami - Lewis used his strength to punish Daredevils' poor lengths. Roy put the game to rest with a four and six off the first two balls, but keeping with the trend of the game, the next three deliveries were dots. The Mumbai Indians, who must consider themselves unlucky have lost both their games.
Pant did not spare Dhananjaya, hitting him for two sixes and a four as Delhi grabbed 19 runs of the 10th over.
Mumbai were 183-5 after 18 overs with the Pandya siblings, Krunal and Hardik, at the crease. Two boundaries, one by Lewis and one by Yadav, good over for MI. Shikhar Dhawan and Mumbai Indians' favourite, Mayank Markandey, was the actual hero of the match because Dhawan made a fighting 45 runs, while Mayank Markande got four-wickets in his spell. Delhi needed one run off the final ball and the Englishman connected it and completed the run to seal the victory along with Shreyas Iyer (27*) at the other end. Mayank now leads the table with 7 wickets from 2 matches.