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Delhi Daredevils won their second consecutive match at the Chhattisgarh International Cricket Stadium in Raipur as they defeated defending champions Kolkata Knight Riders by seven wickets and kept their play-off dreams alive. DD were led by David Warner who scored an undefeated 66 to see his team home. Earlier the DD bowlers put on a good show restricting KKR to 136.
Chasing 137, DD started slowly. Virender Sehwag was given a reprieve on 11 when Gautam Gambhir dropped a sitter off Brett Lee in the third over. Sehwag (17) hit Jacques Kallis for a boundary before the South African had him caught at slip a couple of balls later. Mahela Jayawardene (5) followed him in similar fashion off Lakshmipathy Balaji three balls later. Unmukt Chandand David Warner rebuilt the innings putting on 95 runs for the third wicket.
Manvinder Bisla missed an opportunity to stump Warner off Bhatia when the Australian was on 22. DD were 56 for 2 at the halfway stage, still needing 81 runs. Warner was given another chance when Kallis dropped him on 28. Chand dismissed Kallis for two boundaries in the 14th over. Needing 37 from 30 balls, Warner hit consecutive boundaries off Balaji to bring up his fourth fifty of the season. Warner launched Lee for a maximum before Chand (37) was caught by Balaji. Ben Rohrer (14*) deposited Yusuf Pathan for a maximum to see DD home with 13 balls remaining.
Earlier KKR won the toss and elected to bat. KKR were shaken early as Gambhir (0) was run out without facing a delivery. Yusuf Pathan smashed consecutive boundaries off Ashish Nehra in the second over. Umesh Yadav sent back Bisla (4) castling him. Yusuf Pathan (20) slammed Morne Morkel for a six before he fell the next ball, caught by his brother Irfan Pathan. KKR were 37 for 3 from their power play.
Shahbaz Nadeem then had Eoin Morgan (10) caught by Yadav to leave KKR four down.
KKR lost half their side when Kallis (12) departed as Rohrer took a stunning catch off Irfan Pathan. Debabrata Das hit Nadeem for a six in the 14th over. Ashish Nehra had Das (18) caught behind in the 16th over. Sumit Narwal hit consecutive boundaries off Yadav as KKR took 15 runs from the 17th over. Narwal (23) fell off Yadav in the penultimate over as Rajat Bhatia (26) remained unbeaten. A couple of sixes from Brett Lee (16*), in the final over, propelled KKR to 136 for 7.
Man-of-the-Match: David Warner
Brief Scores: Kolkata Knight Riders 136 for 7 (Rajat Bhatia 26*, Irfan Pathan 2-36) lost to Delhi Dardevils 137 for 3 (David Warner 62*, Brett Lee 1-26) by 7 wickets.
Sunrisers Hyderabadput on a clinical performance at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad to annihilate the formidableMumbai Indians by seven wickets. Shikhar Dhawan, at his authoritative best, led SRH with an undefeated 73 after the home team bowlers had restricted MI to just 129.
Chasing a meager 130, Dhawan hit a couple of boundaries offDhawal Kulkarni in the second over. Mitchell Johnson provided the initial breakthrough, having Akshath Reddy (7) caught by Dwayne Smith off a slower delivery. Kumar Sangakkara played two gorgeous strokes to the boundary off Harbhajan Singhas SRH made 36 from their power play.
Dhawan stepped out to hit Harbhajan for a six before Sangakkara (21) departed caught and bowled. At the halfway stage, SRH were 61 for 2, still needing 69 runs. SRH put their foot on the pedal with three boundaries off Smith in the 12th over. Dhawan brought up his fifty with a brilliant cover drive off Lasith Malinga. The southpaw then smashed Johnson for two boundaries in the 15th over. Hanuma Vihari(25) who played second fiddle in the 74-run third wicket partnership with Dhawan fell with his team on the brink of victory; he was caught byAmbati Rayudu off Kulkarni. SRH eventually reached the target with 12 balls remaining.
Earlier MI won the toss and elected to bat on a slow wicket. Smith got MI rolling with a boundary off the first delivery. Smith hit the first six off Ishant Sharma in the third over. Sachin Tendulkar joined in with consecutive boundaries off Dale Steyn.Ishant Sharma struck twice in the fifth over to peg back MI. First he bowled Tendulkar (14) before having Dinesh Karthik (0) caught by Karan Sharma at point. Rohit Sharma hit Thisara Perera for consecutive boundaries as MI made 41 from their power play.
Smith was given a chance on 25 when Ishant Sharma dropped him off Amit Mishra. Rohit Sharma (22) holed out off Mishra before Smith (38) was adjudged leg before couple of balls later. Keiron Pollard (14*) and Ambati Rayudu (34*) struggled to score runs as SRH bowlers bowled some tight miserly lines. MI took 16 runs from the final over with three boundaries that eventually enabled them to finish at 129 for 4. Man-of-the-Match: Ishant Sharma
Brief Scores: Mumbai Indians 129 for 4 (Dwayne Smith 38, Ishant Sharma 2-15) lost to Sunrisers Hyderabad 130 for 3 (Shikhar Dhawan 73*, Dhawal Kulkarni 1-13) by 7 wickets.