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It was the same old story forPune Warriors India at Pune, suffering yet another loss, this time to the Mumbai Indians by five wickets. MI bowlers put up an impressive show to restrict PWI to just 112, before their batsmen saw them home with seven balls remaining.
Yuvraj Singh then struck having Karthik (17) caught by Pandey to leave MI three down in the eighth over. At the halfway stage, MI were 50 for three, still requiring 63 more runs.
Ambati Rayudu and Rohit Sharmasteadied the innings adding 54 runs for fourth wicket. Rayudu launched Yuvraj over the ropes in the 15th over, leaving MI needing 30 off the last five overs. Dinda was hit for consecutive boundaries by Sharma, but the bowler came back well to have Rayudu (26) caught in the deep by Angelo Mathews. MI’s Million-dollar manGlenn Maxwell(13*) then got stuck into Dinda as he hit the bowler for a boundary and six in the 18th over. Richardson dismissed Sharma (37) but Harbhajan Singh (4*) saw MI reach the target with seven deliveries remaining.
Earlier PWI won the toss and elected to bat. Aaron Finch got PWI going with two boundaries off Abu Nechim in the second over. Mitchell Johnson got the initial breakthrough for MI having Finch (10) caught by Smith at short cover. Lasith Malinga then struck trapping Robin Uthappa (11) leg before wicket as PWI made 36 from the Power-Play.
Yuvraj went after Ojha depositing the left-arm spinner over the mid-wicket fence off consecutive deliveries. Manish Pandey (29) was caught in the deep by Rayudu off Malinga in the 13th over. PWI then lost Mathews (2) run out off a direct hit by Tendulkar. Yuvraj (33) was given out LBW off Harbhajan a couple balls later to leave PWI five down in the 14th over. PWI struggled to find the boundary and Richardson (8) perished trying to clear Johnson over the fence. PWI lost Abhishek Nayar (11) and Bhuvneshwar Kumar (2) in the final over as they eventually made 112 for eight.
Man-of-the-Match: Mitchell Johnson
Brief Scores: Pune Warriors India 112 for 8 (Yuvraj Singh 33, Mitchell Johnson 2-8) lost to Mumbai Indians 116 for 5 (Rohit Sharma 37, Ashoke Dinda 2-35) by 5 wickets.
Royal Challengers Bangalore got back to winning ways and a step closer to a place in the Pepsi IPL 2013 Play-Offs with a thrilling four run victory over the Delhi Daredevils at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in Delhi.
Unmukt Chand pulled Henriques for a six before David Warner (4) smashed him for a boundary. However the bowler came back strongly to breach through Warner’s defense to castle him. Syed Mohammad's first over went for 20 runs as Chand and Ben Rohrer picked up four boundaries. At the halfway stage, DD were 88 for three, still needing 96 runs.
Vinay Kumar sent back Rohrer (32) bowled off an inside edge leaving DD four down in the 15th over. Needing 61 from 30 balls, Unadkat struck twice to have Chand (41) and Kedar Jadhav (8) caught in the deep. Delhi Daredevils came back strongly as Vinay Kumar's 18thover went for 17 runs as Irfan Pathan and Morne Morkel picked up three boundaries from it. Pathan then hit two sixes off Rampaul leaving DD needing 19 from 6 balls. Despite a couple of blows from Morne Morkel (19) and Irfan Pathan, DD fell four runs short.
Earlier, DD won the toss and elected to field. DD struck early as Pathan had the dangerous Chris Gayle (4) play one onto his stumps. Morkel then had Kohli caught behind but much to his dismay it was off a no-ball. Siddarth Kaul was hit for two boundaries, before he struck timber to send back Pujara (17). Kohli was given another chance when he was dropped on 14 by Sehwag off Kaul.
Shahbaz Nadeem got DD their third wicket as he caught Henriques (26) off his own bowling. AB de Villiers launched Morkel into the crowd before Kohli smashed two boundaries in the 17th over. RCB then took apart Umesh Yadav for 24 runs, with three massive sixes. de Villiers (32*) at his improvising best swept Kaul for two boundaries before Kohli (99) slammed a couple of sixes and boundaries, taking 23 from the last over. The RCB skipper unfortunately was run out off the final delivery to become the first man to be run out on 99. RCB finished their 20 overs at 183 for four.
Man-of-the-Match: Jaydev Unadkat
Brief Scores: Royal Challengers Bangalore 183 for 4 (Virat Kohli 99, Shahbaz Nadeem 1-23) defeated Delhi Daredevils 179 for 7 (Unmukt Chand 41, Jaydev Unadkat 5-25) lost by 4 runs.