In the fourth over of the innings Rohit Sharma attempted for a huge six to end the over. Ravichandran Ashwin was the bowler. Rohit Sharma hit the ball with full authority as soon as it touched the bat. His right hand at the bottom yanked off the bat and it eventually turned out to be a one-handed maximum over extra cover. Moreover, the batter knew it would be going to a six as soon as he made contact.
Winning the toss Mumbai Indians decide to bat first but lost Quinton de Kock quickly. Moreover, they lost their star performer Suryakumar Yadav as well for just six runs. However, the captain was there and went on to hit 44 runs off 30 deliveries including three fours and as many as sixes. At the end of 11th over Mumbai Indians are struggling with 82 for the loss of five wickets on board.
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Who says what at beginning
The defending champions must be having a tough time out there but they started as the favourites because of the tag itself. Rohit Sharma after winning the toss said, “We are gonna bat first. We have made one change because of the conditions. We have got one spinner instead of a spinner. Adam Milne misses out, we have got Jayant Yadav. Dew plays a factor for sure towards the the back end. The conditions look very similar to what it has been over the last few games that has been played here. This one looks a little more drier compared to the last few games.”
Delhi Capitals captain Rishabh Pant said, “We talked about that, that we are not gonna think too much about the toss. Yes we would have liked to bat first obviously but at the end of the day, the team which plays good cricket will win the match. We have made two changes. Meriwala and Woakes are not playing. Hetmyer and Amit Mishra come in.”