Mumbai Indians wicket-keeper batsman Quinton de Kock produced a fine effort against the run of play to dismiss Delhi Capitals skipper Shreyas Iyer. Meanwhile, Mumbai and Delhi are locking horns in Dubai as the latter look to seal IPL 2020 playoff berth.
Trent Boult gave Mumbai Indians a flying start after Kieron Pollard opted to field first. He dismissed in-form Shikhar Dhawan for a golden duck before getting over Prithvi Shaw to have Delhi Capitals at 15 for two. Out were two of Delhi’s main man – Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant.
Quinton de Kock produces a brilliant stumping
Both of them kept the scoreboard ticking to set the platform for a big score. They added 35 runs for the third wicket before Mumbai Indians struck against the run of play. With Pant too struggling at the other end, Iyer had to take the risk and unfortunately, it doesn’t work for him.
Rahul Chahar gives a superb flight on this leg-break, tempting the batsman with the guile. He got some bite off the pitch as it breaks away past Shreyas Iyer’s attempted downtown swing. In the process, Shreyas Iyer loses his balance lifting his back feet in the air for a while. Quinton de Kock spots it and was very alert and whips the bails off in a flash
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More agony piled on for Delhi Capitals as Jasprit Bumrah as Jasprit Bumrah racked up some good pace with the ball. He removed Marcus Stoinis and Rishabh Pant in the very next over to put Delhi Capitals in all sorts of trouble. Struggling at 62 for five, Delhi will need a big knock from Shimron Hetmyer to give the bowlers something to bowl at.