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Mumbai Indians Vs Rajasthan Royals Live Score (T20)

Match 24 | 29 April, 2021 | Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi

172 / 3 Overs18.3 R/R9.3 Fours13 Sixes6 Extras17

Match Status: Match Ended

Match Result: Mumbai Indians beat Rajasthan Royals by 7 wickets

Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Quinton de Kock (W) 70 50 6 2
Kieron Pollard 16 8 2 1
  • Quinton de Kock is the Player of the Match! That's all we have from this match but don't go too far away as the second match of the evening is about to begin. Hop tabs and catch all the action. Cheers!
  • Once again the Mumbai bowlers were the focal point! After a troubled beginning in the first 10 overs, they made a resounding comeback and didn't allow Rajasthan the desired finish. Rahul Chahar and Jasprit Bumrah were brilliant in their spells and must be commended for playing a big role in keeping Rajasthan down to 171. During the chase, Quinton de Kock finally spent some time in the middle and regained his lost touch. Plenty of positives for the defending champions along with this victory.
  • Mumbai return to winning ways! They have pulled off a clinical chase to end their losing streak. It could have been a tricky chase had Rajasthan picked early wickets in the Powerplay but that didn't happen as the pair of Rohit Sharma and Quinton de Kock put on a strong opening stand. That put Mumbai in good stead and then the stand between Krunal and de Kock almost put the chase to bed. Towards the end, Kieron Pollard flexed his muscles and overhauled the target with 9 balls to spare.
  • 18.3FOUR! Pollard puts the finishing touches in this game! Mumbai are back to winning ways! On the pads, Pollard clips it through fine leg. There is no one in the deep. Convincing win for Mumbai, they WIN BY 7 WICKETS! 172/3
  • 18.2Full toss on middle, de Kock hits it to long on off the lower half for a single.
  • 18.1FOUR! Valiant chase from Tewatia but to no avail. Full around off, de Kock hits it over extra cover. Tewatia runs from long off and puts a dive but to no avail.
  • 17.6Single to end the over. 9 needed off the last two overs now. Length ball around off, de Kock knocks it to cover and keeps the strike. 163/3
  • 17.5Good length delivery around off, Pollard runs it down to third man for a single. Just 10 needed now.
  • 17.4Slower short ball outside off. Pollard slaps it to cover.
  • 17.3FOUR LEG BYES! This sums up Rajasthan's day! Bouncer on middle, Pollard looks to duck under it. It hits his helmet and goes fine down the leg side for a boundary.
  • 17.2FOUR! Brilliant from Pollard! Low full toss, almost a yorker. Nothing wrong with the delivery. Pollard is just too good. He goes deep in his crease and wrists it through mid-wicket for a boundary.
  • 17.1SIX! How easily has Pollard done that? Shorter around off, Pollard smacks it over covers with the minimum of fuss for a biggie.
  • 16.6Single to end the over. 25 needed off the last 3 overs. The last ball is full on middle, Pollard milks it past Mustafizur for a single at long on. 147/3
  • 16.5Short ball at pace around off. Pollard looks to play but misses. He comes out of his crease to defend. Samson has a shy at the keeper's end but misses.
  • Kieron Pollard arrives in the middle.
  • 16.4OUT! BOWLED! The Fizz strikes and has the last laugh. It has been a strong comeback from Mustafizur in this over after being hit for a six. A very full ball and this time it is pace on from  Mustafizur Rahman. Krunal swings but misses and the ball sneaks under the bat to disturb the stumps.  26 needed in 20, are Rajasthan still in this or is it too little too late?
  • 16.3Slower ball bowled into the surface. Krunal looks to smack it through the leg side but misses and gets hit on the thigh pad.
  • 16.2Length ball on off, Krunal blocks it.
  • 16.1IN THE AIR AND SIX! Full ball around the pads, Krunal swings hard at it. It goes high in the air and gets just over the ropes for a biggie at deep mid-wicket.
  • 15.6A 137. kph full delivery on middle, Krunal bunts it down in front of mid off and steals a quick run. 9 from the over, 32 needed off 24 balls. 140/2
  • 15.5Fullish and on off, de Kock drives it to deep cover for one.
  • 15.4Morris goes short and delivers it outside off, Krunal pulls it down to long on for a single.
  • 15.3Fuller in length and on middle, de Kock flicks it to deep square leg and takes a run. 35 needed off 27 balls.
  • 15.2Full in length and outside off, Pandya lofts his drive over covers for a single.
  • 15.1FOUR! Again it's a good start to the over for Mumbai. A low dipping full toss outside leg, Pandya does well to get bat on ball and places it superbly behind square leg for a boundary. The 50-run stand comes up!
  • 14.6Shorter around off, Krunal punches it past diving extra cover. Morris cleans it up from long off. KP will keep the strike. Just 41 needed now off the final 5 overs. 131/2
  • 14.5Another single. Short outside off, de Kock punches it to the right of sweeper cover for one.
  • 14.4Floated on off, Krunal knocks it to deep mid-wicket for one. 10 off the over already.
  • 14.4WIDE! Tewatia misses his line and darts one down the leg side. Krunal looks to paddle but misses.
  • 14.3Short outside off. Krunal cuts it to deep point and gets two. Excellent running.
  • 14.2Quicker on the pads, Krunal clips it to short fine leg.
  • 14.1SIX! See you later, alligator! Krunal Pandya has deposited way into the stand. Floated on off, Krunal slogs it down the ground for a huge six.
  • Time-Out! Mumbai are in pole position as they need just 53 in the last 6 overs. With de Kock still out in the middle along with Krunal and the dangerous Hardik and Pollard yet to come, the defending champions should get over the line with relative ease. Rajasthan bowlers need something magical. Can they pull a rabbit out of the hat in the death?
  • 13.6An off pace delivery, short and wide outside off, Krunal plays a mistimed shot to covers for one. 8 from the over, 53 needed off 36 balls. 119/2
  • 13.5Excellent fielding by David Miller! Fuller in length and on off, de Kocks hammers his heave shot to the left of long on. Miller reacts quickly, sides and stops the ball. Only a run taken.
  • 13.4DROPPED! You cannot afford to do that but it was a tough catch. Fuller in length and outside off, slower in pace, de Kock slices his attempted inside out shot towards extra cover. Yashasvi Jaiswal runs behind from the ring, gets to it but ends up spilling the ball. Top effort. Two taken.
  • 13.3Aerial but safe! Sakariya pitches it up and wide outside off, de Kock reaches out and lifts it over covers for a couple of runs.
  • 13.2A near yorker on off, Krunal digs it down to long off for a single.
  • 13.1Fullish and on off, de Kock drives it through cover-point and crosses for a single.
  • Change in bowling. Chetan Sakariya is back into the attack.
  • 12.6Flatter and shorter outside off, de Kock plays a mistimed back foot punch to cover-point. A single to finish, Mumbai are Nelson for two. 111/2
  • 12.5Loopy and around middle, Pandya walks across and sits down to sweep it behind square leg for a single.
  • 12.4Short and wide outside off, Pandya cuts but finds the point fielder.
  • 12.3Probably a googly landing around leg, de Kock walks down the track and tries to flick but misses. It goes off his pads to point for a run.
  • 12.2Too full in length on middle, forced down to long on for a single.
  • 12.1Nicely played! Quinton de Kock fetches a full ball from around leg and reverse sweeps it to deep point for a run.
  • Change in bowling. Rahul Tewatia replaces Shivam Dube!
  • 11.6FOUR! Timing and placement, wow! Fuller in length and outside off, Krunal times his drive sweetly and places it through the gap between extra cover and mid off. Glorious. 66 needed off 48 balls. 106/2
  • 11.5A full toss outside off, Quinton eases it down to long on and takes a single.
  • 11.4Shot and well stopped as well. Back of a length delivery outside off, de Kock packs a punch past the cover fielder inside the ring. Parag does well in the deep to pull it back and saves two runs for his team. 100 up for Mumbai!
  • 11.3Good length delivery outside off, Krunal punches it through extra cover and rotates the strike.
  • 11.2FIFTY FOR DE KOCK! His 15th in the League and he will be mighty relieved after having a tough time in Chennai. Gets there by nudging a full ball towards square leg for a run.
  • 11.1Beaten all ends up! A length delivery outside off, de Kock tries to drive without taking his front foot forward and misses.
  • 10.6A touch short in length and outside off, Krunal cracks it off his back foot and it races through point. Tewatia, in the deep, puts in a dive and saves a few runs for his team. The third umpire finds it to be a clean stop. 97/2
  • 10.5Fractionally short and on off, angling away, Pandya tries to punch it through the off side but it takes the inside half and rolls off his pads to the bowler.
  • 10.4Dube alters his length and goes very full on leg, Krunal clips it behind square leg and collects a couple.
  • 10.4Wide called for height! A short ball on off, Pandya leaves it as it's too much over his head.
  • 10.3Short and wide outside off, Quinton punches it to deep cover for a single.
  • 10.2FOUR! A full toss outside off, Quinton shuffles across the stumps for the paddle scoop but gets an inside edge and clips his right leg before evading Sanju Samson to the fence behind.
  • 10.1Short in length and outside off, de Kock tries to beat the point fielder with his late square cut but finds the fielder instead.
  • 9.6Brace to end the over. Length ball on off, Krunal guides it away from third man for a couple. Very good over from Morris. Just 4 from it and a wicket.  Rajasthan were ahead at this stage as they were 91/2 but after this the Mumbai bowlers took center stage. Can Rajasthan bolwers do the same? 87/2
  • 9.5A crispy bouncer. It is at pace and well-directed too. Krunal sways away from it.
  • 9.4Full and slow on middle, de Kock clips it to fine leg for one.
  • 9.3Short and on middle, Krunal glances it to deep mid-wicket and opens his account with a single.
  • Who will bat at number 4? Hardik? Pollard? Krunal? Krunal Pandya is in. 89 needed off 64 balls.
  • 9.2OUT! CAUGHT! Morris does the trick once again as he gets rid of Suryakumar Yadav. Another tame dismissal but Rajasthan will take it gladly. Suryakumar once again looks good out in the middle, gets a start but fails to capitalize on it. Fuller ball on middle, Suryakumar looks to play his stylish flick but he hits it uppishly and straight to short mid-wicket. Buttler there makes no mistake and takes a simple catch.
  • 9.1Length ball outside off, Suryakumar drives it straight to short cover.
  • Chris Morris is back into the attack. 1-0-8-1 are his figures so far.
  • 8.6FOUR! Easily done! Full toss on middle, de Kock does not try to hit it hard. He just times and places it away from long on for a boundary straight down the ground. 83/1
  • 8.5Length ball outside off, Suryakumar gets on top of the bounce and drives it to sweeper cover for a run.
  • 8.4Full on middle and leg, Quinny taps it through mid on for one.
  • 8.3Length ball on leg, de Kock moves away from the stumps and blocks it.
  • 8.2FOUR! De Kock has finally arrived this season! He is enjoying this Delhi track to the fullest. Short on middle and leg, de Kock swivels and pulls it away from the fine leg fielder for a boundary.
  • 8.1Length ball around off, de Kock glances it to mid-wicket.
  • Time-Out! One-way traffic at the moment as Mumbai are cruising their way in this chase. They need another 101 runs in 72 balls. On a track that does not have any demons for the batters,  this looks like an easy chase. Rajasthan need to find some inspiration here otherwise they will keep falling behind the 8-ball. Jaydev Unadkat is back to bowl after the break.
  • 7.6Length ball around off, de Kock knocks it to long on and eases to the other end. He will keep the strike. 71/1
  • 7.5Full on middle, SKY churns a single at long on for one.
  • 7.4On middle, de Kock milks it to long on for one.
  • DRS time! Sanju Samson makes a very late call to take the referral, at the last second. It's regarding an lbw shout against de Kock. The impact seems to be just outside off. Let's find out. INSIDE EDGE! No need to look any further.
  • 7.3NOT OUT! There is a big inside edge before the ball hits the pad. Rajasthan have lost their sole review. Good length ball around off. It is a slower one. De Kock looks to late cut it but it is taken aback by the lack of pace. A huge cry for LBW follows but the umpire is unmoved. Samson, Mustafizur, and Buttler get in a quick chat. It looks like Samson will not review it but he signals the 'T' at the eleventh hour.  Samson will regret it as the replays roll in and Ultra Edge confirms bat before pad.
  • 7.2Slower ball which is very full outside off. Suryakumar gets down and runs it down to third man for one.
  • 7.1EDGED AND FOUR! Nothing is going Rajasthan's way! Good length ball outside off, Suryakumar Yadav looks to drive it on the up but gets an outside edge which goes away from third man for a boundary.
  • 6.6FOUR! Quinton de Kock is on the march today! Expensive start for Tewatia. 14 off his first. The last ball is tossed up on middle, de Kock premeditates his shot. He gets in a position to reverse sweep it and sends it behind point for a boundary. 63/1
  • 6.5Flighted on off and middle, Suryakumar now decides to show his calypso flick to deep mid-wicket for one.
  • 6.4FOUR! Lovely from Surykumar Yadav! Short but not very short around off. Suryakumar gets on his back foot and manages to punch it through point for a boundary.
  • 6.3FOUR! Supreme from Suryakumar Yadav! One of the toughest shots to play but SKY has played it without beating a sweat. Tossed up on middle, Suryakumar gets outside the line of the ball and goes inside-out over extra cover for a boundary.
  • 6.2Floated on middle, Suryakumar pushes it back to the bowler.
  • 6.1Tewatia starts with a tossed up ball on off. De Kock turns it to the leg side for one.
  • Suryakumar Yadav walks in next at number 3. Also, Rahul Tewatia is ready to bowl his leggies.
  • 5.6OUT! CAUGHT! Soft dismissal and Rohit is out of here. Mumbai looked in control and this wicket has come against the run of play. A surprising but delightful end to the Powerplay for Rajasthan. Mumbai are 49/1 at the end of the first phase.  Full on middle, Rohit pumps it uppishly straight to mid on. Chetan Sakariya does not even have to move an inch to take the catch. 49/1
  • 5.5Length delivery on off, Rohit punches it with good timing away from sweeper cover for a brace.
  • 5.4Length ball on off, Rohit blocks it.
  • 5.3Full but pitching outside leg. De Kock looks to flick but misses and gets hit on the pad. The ball goes to the off side and the batters take a leg bye. There is a hopeful shout but the umpire is unmoved.
  • 5.2FOUR LEG BYES! Short again but this time down the leg side. De Kock looks to whip but misses it. It clips his thigh pad and goes down to fine leg for a boundary.
  • 5.1SIX! SMOKED! That was six the moment it left the bat. Shortish ball around off, de Kock swivels with his pull shot and whacks it over mid-wicket for a biggie.
  • 4.6A full toss on middle, de Kock flicks it to deep mid-wicket for a single. 22 runs in the last two overs for Mumbai! 36/0
  • 4.5Confusion over a run, no harm done! Fuller and on off, de Kock walks forward and pushes it to mid on. Rohit comes out of the crease in search of a run but is sent back in time. The fielder misses his shy at the bowler's end but Rohit anyway was safe.
  • 4.4A length ball outside off, Sharma strides forward and drives it on the up to long off for a single.
  • 4.3Shortish and on middle, Sharma moves back to play it on the off side but is cramped for room. Ends up pushing it back to the bowler.
  • 4.2SIX! The Hitman connects well! Mumbai will hope that breaks the shackles for him. Short of a good length delivery around off, Rohit picks it up early, rides the bounce and nails his pull shot in front of square leg for a biggie.
  • 4.1Shortish and on off, de Kock shuffles across and pulls it to deep mid-wicket for a run.
  • Change of ends for Jaydev Unadkat!
  • 3.6Mind games! De Kock premeditates yet another paddle scoop but this time Mustafizur stays away from that line. He smartly bowls a slower full ball wide outside off, Quinton adjusts and pushes it to the off side for a single. 13 from the over! 27/0
  • 3.5Back of a length delivery outside off, Sharma stays back to punch it through covers but it goes off the outer edge towards short third man. They cross.
  • 3.4A delivery around leg, Sharma swings his bat and misses. Currently struggling to time his shots.
  • 3.3Slower and fuller one on off, it's worked in the gap at mid-wicket for a run.
  • 3.2SIX! Uses the pace and the angle of the bowler this time. This time it's a full length ball on middle and leg, angling down, de Kock walks across the stumps and thwacks it over fine leg. Knock knock - de Kock, flashes the giantscreen!
  • 3.1FOUR! Well executed! Very, very delicate from Quinton de Kock. Lots of skills and timing. A length ball outside off, de Kock opens the face of the bat late and threads the gap between short third man and backward point.
  • Change in bowling. First change of the innings and it sees Jaydev Unadkat being replaced by Mustafizur Rahman!
  • 2.6Swing and a miss! Slightly short in length and landing on leg, Sharma tries to pull but misses and is hit on the thigh pad. A slow but steady start from Mumbai, just like Rajasthan had. 14/0
  • 2.5Uses the angle of the bowler and works it in the vacant mid-wicket area for a single.
  • 2.4Angling around leg leg, fuller in length, de Kock flicks but finds the mid-wicket fielder.
  • 2.3FOUR! Crunched! Full in length and wide outside off, de Kock reaches out for it and leans into the drive as he crunches it through covers.
  • 2.2A delivery landing outside leg, fuller in length and Sharma tries to sweep. Misses to get hit on the pads. The bowler appeals and the batsmen steal a leg bye.
  • 2.1On a length and outside off, de Kock forces it from the crease to deep cover-point for a single.
  • 1.6Slower one on off, de Kock flicks it to square leg and takes a single. 7/0
  • 1.5Direct hit would have been curtains for Rohit Sharma. A length delivery outside off, Sharma cracks it off his back foot to point and sets off for a quick run. Tewatia makes a good stop there and has a shy at the bowler's end but misses. Rohit was not even in the frame. Could have taken his time, Rahul Tewatia.
  • 1.4Keeps it fuller and on middle, Sharma gets forward and pushes it from the inner half to mid on.
  • 1.3Beautifully bowled! Unadkat dishes out a fuller length ball on middle and off, a good seam presentation, Rohit tries to defend but it nips away to beat the outside edge. Samson fails to collect it cleanly.
  • 1.2Shortish ball, wide outside off, Sharma sticks back and tries to run it down to third man but finds the fielder inside the ring.
  • 1.1Unadkat serves it on a good length around off, angling in, de Kock tickles it to square leg and takes a single.
  • Who will bowl from the other end? It will be Jaydev Unadkat!
  • 0.6Full ball, angling down from middle and leg, de Kock helps it to short mid-wicket and gets off the mark with a single. 4/0
  • 0.5Yet another sweetly timed cover drive finds the fielder on the off side.
  • 0.4A length delivery outside off, de Kock plays a well-timed drive but finds the cover fielder.
  • 0.3A touch short in length and outside off, Sharma punches it to deep cover for a single.
  • 0.2Fuller in length and around off, Rohit is on the front foot in defense.
  • 0.1Mumbai are off and running with a couple of runs. Back of a length ball on middle, Rohit turns it through mid-wicket and opens his account.

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