Mumbai Indians are looking unstoppable as they notched up their sixth consecutive win over Delhi Daredevils at Wankhede Stadium. Kagiso Rabada and Chris Morris did put a classic fightback as they added 91 runs to take the game to the final over. In the end, it turned out to be too late as Delhi Daredevils were reduced to 24 for 6 after 7 overs with Mitchell McClenaghan being chief destroyer with the ball in hand.
Delhi Daredevils batting crumbled as the half the side went back without producing any score. The rut started with a direct hit from Hardik Pandya to see Aditya Tare depart for a duck. Sanju Samson also played a reckless shot to see Delhi lose their second wicket of the innings. Shreyas Iyer, Corey Anderson and Rishabh Pant went in a quick succession to see Delhi in all sorts of trouble. Rabada and Morris produced a gritty effort but Delhi fell 14 runs short of the target to see Mumbai extend their lead to top with 12 points from 7 games played in the competition.
Earlier, Mumbai could only muster 142 runs on the board from their 20 overs as Pat Cummins and Amit Mishra bowled tidy spells to see only Jos Buttler, Kieron Pollard and Hardik Pandya cross 20s while the rest of batting failed to put the runs on the board. Delhi Daredevils are sitting at the bottom half of the table with