IPL 2019: All-round effort helps Delhi beat Mumbai by 37 runs

Posted March 29, 2019

Despite the update from Mumbai, the Indian selectors and team management would likely have their fingers crossed on the fitness of Bumrah, their main strike bowler, with the World Cup just over two months away. Tewatia faced only four balls but the moment that he would remember for a while is when he went down on his knees and sent a Jasprit Bumrah delivery dancing over deep mid-wicket for a huge six. Chasing a stiff target of 214, Mumbai were bundled out on 176 in 19.2 overs. "It was a challenging start but as I said in the pre-camp, things are going to go wrong at times". The faith that Mumbai showed in the swashbuckling Punjab batsman was partially redeemed when the veteran blazed a 35-balls 53 in their opening IPL-12 tie against Delhi Capitals. However, Delhi's Ishant Sharma dealt the first blow as he dismissed Mumbai skipper Rohit Sharma (14) in the fourth over. "I always bat according to the situation all the time".

Yuvraj Singh said, "I can't really say about (World Cup) selection but Rishabh was outstanding today".

Speaking about the new requirements by Sri Lanka Cricket, Malinga said, "So I told them (the board) I'd play in the provincial tournament, and I asked the board to inform Mumbai Indians and IPL, since it was their decision".

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"Once I become available for Mumbai Indians, I would have missed seven or eight games", Malinga added.

"I want to play in the T20 World Cup and then end my career".

The focus will also be on stumper-batsman, Rishabh Pant, who looks set for a Team India berth at the World Cup.

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Since the game ended, the entire cricketing fratnernity is busy finding superlatives for Pant and former India allrounder Irfan Pathan has come up with an apt one.

It turned out to be a finger fracture, forcing Bumrah to sit out of the limited-overs series and the first two Test matches against England. I was playing for U-14s and U-16s. "I will give you the update once we get information regarding it". "The wicket was more of 180-190 wicket, 215 (213) was quite a match-winning score", he said.

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