After the match, Pant said, “We were in a good position for most of the match but after reaching that position, we loosened our grip. This has happened throughout the tournament. It is not a matter of pressure but of better strategy and better implementation.
He said, ‘He has missed out throughout the tournament. We have learned from our mistakes and will return as a strong team next year. “I felt the ball hit the bat, but not everyone in the circle believed it,” said Mumbai batsman Tim David, who did not take the DRS when he was caught behind the wicket. I asked what to do and finally decided not to take the review.
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Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and elected to bowl first. The Mumbai bowlers did well to justify Rohit’s decision. Jaspreet Bumrah’s three-wicket haul helped the Mumbai Indians to a 159-run stand with seven wickets in hand.
At one point, the match seemed out of Mumbai Indians’ grasp in response to the 160-run target. When Dewald Brewis was dismissed in the 15th over, the team was 3 for 95. It took 66 off 33 balls to win, but Tim David (34 off 22 balls) and Tilak Verma (21 off 17 balls) shared a 50-run partnership off 20 balls. Although both did not survive to the end, but brought their team to the brink of victory. Delhi had to save only 5 runs in the last over. Khalil Ahmed could not stop Mumbai. Ramandeep Singh smashed Delhi’s dreams by scoring fours.