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Rohit Sharma © IANS

 

Apr 19, 2014

 

Mumbai Indians (MI) have reached a score of 63 for three after 10 overs against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). Mumbai have been losing wickets at regular intervals in the fifth match of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2014. Bangalore captain Virat Kohli won the toss and elected to bowl. Ambati Rayudu is batting on 17 and Kieron Pollard is on two.

 

The sixth over bowled by Albie Morkel was a very good over for Mumbai as 18 runs came from it. Rayudu came down the ground and hit one towards mid-wicket for the first four in the over. Tare then pulled a slow bouncer towards deep mid-wicket for the second four. Morkel then bowled a loose delivery outside off-stump and Tare drove it over cover for the third four.

 

Morkel then bowled a wide delivery down the leg side and it raced away for a four. Varun Aaron then dismissed Tare for 17 off 18 deliveries. He digs one in short and Tare mistimed his pull. Maddinson took a simple catch at deep backward square-leg. So, Chahal and Maddinson took catches of batsmen they had dropped earlier in the innings.

 

Things got worse for Mumbai as captain Rohit Sharma was dismissed by leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal. Rohit hit a half-hearted shot towards long-off where AB de Villiers took a simple catch.

 

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