Mumbai suffered a center-order collapse on a sluggish Chepauk monitor after they had been 67 for two at one stage as Delhi led by Mishra (4/24) made a spectacular comeback.
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Opting to bat, Mumbai misplaced opener Quinton De Kock (1) early, who edged a Marcus Stoinis (1/20) supply to Rishabh Pant within the third over.
Suryakumar Yadav (24) then joined Rohit Sharma (44), who obtained his first boundary – a sublime drive, which raced to deep further cowl fence within the third over.
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The duo rallied the innings with their 58-run stand.
Rohit took on ace off-spinner Ravichandra Ashwin (0/30) within the 4th over which fetched 15 runs.
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The Mumbai skipper hammered a boundary and a most – a loft over further cowl, whereas Surya additionally obtained one boundary, courtesy an out of doors edge.
Rohit then hit Kagiso Rabada (1/25) for a six over lengthy-off. Surya then hit successive fours off Mishra as Mumbai raced to 55 for one after six overs.
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However, Delhi pegged again the defending champions by grabbing three fast wickets.
First Avesh Khan (2/15) dismissed Surya, who nicked one to Pant after which Mishra eliminated Rohit and Hardik Pandya (0) within the ninth over as Mumbai slipped to 77 for 4.
Both Rohit and Hardik holed out at lengthy on.
Mumbai then misplaced half its facet for 81 as Krunal Pandya (1) chopped an beneath-slicing arm ball by Lalit Yadav (1/17) onto his stumps.
Mishra then used his googly to lure Kieron Pollard (2) in entrance of the wicket, as MI was teetering at 84 for six.
In the top, a accountable 26 from Ishan Kishan, who grew to become Mishra’s fourth wicket, coupled with Jayant Yadav’s 23 took the facet past the 125-run mark.