- Dhoni’s DRS drops Decock
- Mumbai lost by 20 runs
- Chennai tops the points table
The incident took place in the third over of Mumbai batting. Decock and debutant Anmolpreet Singh gave Mumbai a great start. The score started rising in the first two overs. But that excitement did not last long. Chahar’s ball bounced off Decock’s pad. The strong appeal was denied by the umpire.
But Chennai skipper MS Dhoni had no doubts. Without further ado, Dhoni called the DRS. In a TV replay it proved to be a wicket and Decock was out. Decock was bowled out for 17 off 12 balls by LBW. Mumbai could not look back from where the first wicket fell. The team scored 136 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in 20 overs and lost by 20 runs.
Mumbai, who set a target of 157 against Chennai in Dubai, were bowled out for 136. Deepak Chahar and Dwayne Bravo bowled brilliantly. Chahar took 2 for 19 in 4 overs and Bravo took 3 for 25 in 4 overs. None of the key batsmen in the Mumbai line-up could shine. Saurabh Tiwary was the team’s top scorer with 50 runs.
Where is the Mumbai Indians?