Friday, April 6, 2012

Mumbai Indians VS Pune warriors Live sreaming April 6th 2012

Pune Warriors innings:
19th over: 124 for 7 Malinga concedes five from his final over to finish with 2 for 16. Smith manages a boundary through midwicket, but Pune don't seem to have enough on

18th over: 116 for 7 Mumbai will have mixed reactions to that over. Ojha returns and bowls out his quota by conceding 11 and picking a wicket. Second ball, Bhuvneshwar Kumar is beaten all ends by a lovely ball that grips and turns from leg stump and takes out off stump. Then Murali Kartik gets a first-ball four with a well-placed sweep and then lofts Ojha over long-on for six.
17th over: 105 for 6 Harbhajan goes back to his strike bowler, Malinga, who concedes just five runs from the over while dismissing Samuels. The first ball is clipped for two, but the second is a superb yorker which uproots Samuels' middle stump. Not sure why he was rooted to the crease and going back to expose the stumps. That ball was destined to hit timber anyway. Top yorker. Malinga keeps it full all over and Smith struggles to time his shots. Great comeback over from Malinga.
16th over: 100 for 5 Pollard comes back for his final over and gets Uthappa first ball, but also concedes nine runs. Uthappa miscues an attempted hit and ends up chipping a catch back to the bowler, who takes the simple offering and pumps his fist. Big blow for Pune just as they were looking primed for a late surge. Marlon Samuels comes out for his first innings in the IPL and nearly drives a catch to mid-off first ball. Smith keeps working the ball into the leg side and steals a couple off Pollard, and then smacks the last ball past square leg for a four that raises the team's 100.
15th over: 91 for 4 Munaf comes back into the attack and gives away ten runs. Smith tries to open his shoulders but cannot time the shots well. Munaf varies his pace well. Crafty bowler in Twenty20 cricket.
There's also an appeal for a run out as Smith drives out to sweeper cover and harries back for the second. The throw comes in from the fielder and Karthik breaks the stumps, but replays show Smith had hit back in just in time. Smith charges Munaf on the last ball and slashes four to third man. Five overs to go. Pune need boundaries.
14th over:82 for 4 Harbhajan pulls things back after Pollard's last over. Two dot balls followed by a two and three singles. Twice Uthappa hit hard across the line, but didn't manage more than a run. One loft even dropped a few feet in front of long-on. A good over for Mumbai.
13th over: 77 for 4 Seven runs from the over. Steven Smith and Robin Uthappa are making efforts to get across their stumps and turn the ball into the open spaces on the leg side. Pollard was a bit too straight in that over. Varied his length from full and just short of a length. Smith using his wrists well to shovel the ball toward midwicket. Pollard also slips in a wide outside off stump.
12th over: Pune 70 for 4 Much needed boundaries in the over bowled by Franklin, the most expensive of the innings so far. Uthappa gets one on the pads and works it down to deep fine leg for four, and also smacks one past midwicket. Pune need more such shots to get to near a challenging total.
11th over: Pune Warriors 58 for 5 Still Pune struggle to collect quick runs. Pollard gives seven runs. No boundaries though.
10th over: Pune Warriors 51 for 4
Mumbai continue to apply the chokehold. Harbhajan concedes just two runs from the over. Pune need some boundaries, and fast. Very sharp fielding from Mumbai. The crowd is cheering their every move.
9th over: Pune Warriors 48 for 4 Pune slip further. They lose their fourth wicket. One ball after Callum Ferguson is dropped at square leg, he ends up being run out for 12. It was a direct his from Rohit Sharma at point. Super throw.
8th over: Just six runs from the over bowled by Pragyan Ojha. Four dot balls, a two and a boundary.
1st over: After being at sixes and sevens throughout the over, Manish Pandey is bowled by Lasith Malinga for a duck. The over also ends in a maiden. A dream start for Mumbai.
Mumbai: Mumbai Indians captain Harbhajan Singh won the toss and elected to bowl first against Pune Warriors in match three of IPL 5 at the Wankhede stadium on Friday.

1 comment:

import said...

Shame on you Mumbai lowest score but you got failure instead of 2nd consecutive win.

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