England opening batsman Jason Roy made a stunning debut for Delhi Daredevils in their last-ball, seven-wicket victory against defending champions Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League on Saturday. Needing 11 runs in the last over bowled by Mustafizur Rahman, Roy struck a four and six off the first two deliveries but missed the next three deliveries, thus giving the Delhi dugout a few anxious moments.
Rishabh Pant (47) then arrived in the middle to build a partnership of 69 with Roy until the 20-year-old was caught by Pollard as he chased a half-century, bellowing his frustration as he departed. Yadav (53) and West Indian Ewin Lewis (48) gave the hosts a blazing start - Mumbai had scored 102 in the first nine overs - but the Delhi pacers did well thereafter to restrict the home team to 194.
Suryakumar Yadav top scored for the team with his 53 runs.
A visibly disappointed Indians skipper Rohit Sharma said at the post-match presentation: "Disappointed not to finish one of those three games".
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The pitch condition is good and it is hoping for Mumbai Indians.
Brendon McCullum: The former New Zealand captain came into the IPL 2018 on the back of a decent run in the Pakistan Super League but hasn't been able to set the ball rolling, averaging only 15.66. Bangalore, on the other hand, have a mixed start to the tournament, losing the opening game to Kolkata Knight Riders but bouncing back in style to outplay Kings XI Punjab at home and then losing a high-scoring game to Rajasthan Royals at home on Sunday. He took pace off the ball. Iyer got together with Roy for a crisis chat before the last delivery of the game, and told the English batsman to keep his shape. The duo who has been Rohit's go-to bowlers in the death have picked only 8 wickets in between them, at an economy of 7.7. "I just told him to hold your position, you are hitting the ball really well, so don't try to be cheeky and all and you can easily clear the boundary". Mumbai lost both games against CSK and SRH by 1 wicket in the last over.