Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) vs Mumbai Indians (MI), IPL 2014: Mumbai make slow start
MI are at 31 for one after five overs against RCB in the IPL 2014.
Aditya Tare © IANS
Apr 19, 2014
Mumbai Indians (MI) are at 31 for one after five overs against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2014. Bangalore won the toss and elected to bowl first at Dubai on April 19. Aditya Tare is batting on eight and Ambati Rayudu is on four. Michael Hussey was the first wicket to fall for Mumbai.
Hussey was dropped in the first over by Chahal at point. Mitchell Starc bowled a full delivery and Hussey drove straight to Chahal, but he did not manage to hold onto it. To run salt on the wound, Hussey cut a short and wide delivery for a four. In the second over, Tare also got lucky.
Albie Morkel bowled a length delivery outside off-stump and Tare edged it to Nic Maddinson at first slip. But the Australian dropped a knee-high length delivery. Hussey then pushed one through cover for another four. But Morkel then struck in the fourth over. He bowled a back of a length delivery and Hussey pulled it straight to Chahal.
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