Krunal Pandya scored 11 runs off 10 balls with one four only, while Hardik Pandya went for 2 runs off 3 balls.
Skipper Kane Williamson (6) edged one off Mustafizur Rahaman to Ishan Kishan behind the stumps. On that front, Kieron Pollard and Ben Cutting are eyecatching at 12/1 and 16/1 respectively. Mumbai's power-hitters have regularly made hay with these boundaries and we have seen two scores of 230 plus in the last three years. After Pant departed on 47 off Krunal Pandya, Glenn Maxwell got out early and DD suffered a slight stutter.
After 15 overs, Mumbai were primed for a total of 200 plus having smacked 158 runs for the loss of two wickets.
Mumbai Indians bowling coach Shane Bond feels his team could have played a bit smarter and posted a bigger score but in the end some errors in their decision making cost them the last-ball IPL thriller against Sunrisers Hyderabad. In the afternoon match, Mumbai Indians take on Delhi Daredevils, in the big metropolitan derby. Delhi are 53 for 1 in six overs. Tewatia, Christian and Boult scalped 2 wickets each.
Ishan was on 25 off 11 balls with his captain Rohit Sharma on 7.
Sandeep then dismissed Suryakumar and Pradeep Sangwan off successive balls to ensure that Mumbai Indians didn't achieve the target.
His boundary in the innings helped Sunrisers in going closer to the winning runs. He first removed Lewis, who was caught near mid-off, on an individual score of 48 off 28 balls.More news: #WinnieMandelaFuneral: Lies robbing Winnie of her legacy, says daughter
The normally risky Evin Lewis (29, 17 balls) started off well but tried to hit Kaul across the line only to find the off-stump knocked back.
Even if one of the three bowlers had enjoyed a better day, Mumbai would have won by some distance. Two boundaries, one by Lewis and one by Yadav, good over for MI.
However, Shikhar Dhawan and Mayank Markande were also the top contenders for this award, but it was Rashid Khan who wins the award, after and sensational performence over Mumbai Indians. The match was evenly balanced as Delhi needed 35 runs off 24 balls and with Roy at the crease the away side was very much in contention to win their first game.
The Sunrisers Hyderabad beat the Mumbai Indians and clinched victory in a game that had no shortage of drama amid an electric atmosphere in Hyderabad. He has hit 41 off 20 as of now and is scoring more runs with Lewis on the other side of the pitch. Shami has bowled two expensive overs till now.
Pandya, was carried off the field after twisting his ankle during the opening encounter of the match between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings. With seven of the eight games in IPL11 being won by teams that batted second, Mumbai Indians have to really come out all guns blazing and outbat Delhi if they are to buck the trend. DD dropped opener Colin Munro and their most potent asset Chris Morris to make way for English opener Jason Roy and Aussie pacer Daniel Christian.
However, presently, The opener from Mumbai Surya Kumar has made life hard for Delhi's bowlers.