The Mumbai Indians haven’t won their first IPL coordinate since 2012 and it wasn’t to be in this season too. The Delhi Capitals bring down Mumbai by 37 keeps running in Mumbai on Sunday. The home side was bowled out for 176 runs. Prior, Rishabh Pant’s innings guaranteed Delhi completed at 213/6 out of 20 overs. Mitchell McClenaghan was the pick of the MI bowlers as he finished with a three wicket pull. This after Mumbai Indians had won the hurl and chosen to bowl first in their competition opener at the Wankhede Stadium.
Mumbai win by 37 runs
Rahul Tewatia gets Mitchell McClenaghan confused and to each fan’s alarm, Jasprit Bumrah won’t turn out to bat. Bumrah continued shoulder damage after the last conveyance of Delhi’s innings. Ideally, it’s not all that much and Bumrah will be fully operational soon.
Delhi Capitals beat Mumbai Indians by 37 runs
Rishabh Pant (DC) 78 (27)
Yuvraj Singh (MI) 53 (35)
Mitchell McClenaghan (MI) 3/40 (4)
Kagiso Rabada (DC) 2/23 (4)
McClenaghan is the ninth wicket to fall and Mumbai go somewhere near 37 runs.