Mumbai Indians

Chasing a modest target of 150 runs, Chennai had an average start as both the openers, Faf du Plessis and Shane Watson, kept the scoreboard running. Du Plessis came out strikingly in the fourth over and hammered two fours and a six to Krunal Pandya. However, Du Plessis gave away his wicket in the same over which ended his 26 runs inning off just 13 balls.

Rohit, after being adjudged LBW during the second innings on Sunday when his side was chasing a massive 233 against KKR at the Eden Gardens, broke the stumps with his bat.

Pandya, who was adjudged the player of the match, said he has been hitting the ball well and hoped to continue in the remaining games.

Chasing a target of 137 runs, Hyderabad were all out for 96 in 17.4 overs. Young West Indies pacer Alzzari Joseph made all the difference in the bowling department, ending with sensational figures of six for 12 in 3.4 overs.

Even Faf du Plessis, South Africa's skipper tweeted that technology should be used more often in cricket as there are many front foot no-balls that are being missed in modern day cricket.

Riding on Rishabh Pant’s stellar performance and good bowling attack, the Delhi Capitals beat Mumbai Indians by 37-run at the Wankhede stadium last night.

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