IPL 2020 DC vs MI Highlights: MI crushes DC, danger looms on Delhi Capitals playoff hopes

Dream11 IPL 2020 MI thrash DC : Mumbai Indians will finish the IPL 2020 points table as No.1 team in the league. Mumbai thrashed Delhi Capitals in the match no.51 of Dream11 IPL 2020 by 9 wickets. MI which was playing 4th consecutive match without their captain Rohit Sharma now has 18 points from 13 matches.

For Mumbai, first Bumrah & Boult took 3 wickets each to shut down DC for 110 runs in alloted 20 overs and then aided by strokefilled 72* off 47 balls from Ishan Kishan, MI won by 9 wickets. Mumbai won the game just in 14.2 overs.

Delhi Capitals has lost their 4th consecutive match in IPL 2020. They are currently on No.3 in the points table with 14 points from 13 matches. DC is now in a danger zone and can miss the playoff bus.

The race has become more complex especially for Delhi Capitals now. DC has not only lost the match today to Mumbai Indians but their net run rate has nose dived to negative.

Delhi Capitals: Played 13, Points 14, NRR -0.159 (Remaining match vs Royal Challengers)

  • DC need to win match against RCB to qualify
  • If they lose, they will almost crash out of the race because of negative run rate
  • KXIP plays CSK – If they win, they will go through at No.3
  • Rajasthan Royals can also go past DC if they beat KKR in their last match

MI wins by 9 wickets

Excellent win for the 4-time IPL winners. Kishan finishes it off in style. It’s full on middle and leg, Kishan picks it up and flicks it over deep square leg for a huge maximum.

100 comes up for MI

Another excellent over for MI. Suryakumar got a single off the first ball and then Kishan hammered a six off the next. The next four balls yielded three singles. 10 runs off the over. MI-105/1 after 14 overs; need more 6 from 36 balls


Ashwin bowled out. Kishan starts with a brace before drilling one down the ground for four. Smart cricket, takes a single off the third ball and gets off strike. A single to end the over.  MI-95/1 after 13 overs; need more 16 from 42 balls


Ishan Kishan is playing really well. He’s paced his innings nicely with a good mix of caution and aggression. He started the over with a six and then got a couple and a single. Suryakumar then ended the over with a couple through covers. 11 runs off the over. MI-85/1 after 12 overs; need more 26 from 48 balls

Fifty for Ishan Kishan

Kishan gets to his half-century off 37 balls. He lofts one over extra cover for a couple and brings up his fifty. A very good innings so far. Good mix of caution and aggression.


MI-74/1 after 11 overs; need more 37 from 54 balls

We reach the halfway mark!

The MI openers want to finish the chase quickly, especially Ishan Kishan who went for another set of consecutive boundaries. 12 runs came off the Praveen Dubey’s over. MI-68/0 after 10 overs; need more 43 from 60 balls

Fifty partnership for De Kock- Ishan Kishan

MI-56/0 after 9 overs


A loud appeal for lbw off the second ball, Kishan is given out but he reviews immediately. Replays show the ball missing the stump by a big margin. Three balls later, Qdk nails the reverse sweep for four. Finishes the over with a brace. Seven off it in the end. MI-48/0 after 8 overs; need more 63 from 72 balls

Excellent review from Ishan Kishan

A good review by Kishan. It’s a googly on middle, Kishan goes for a reverse sweep but misses and gets hit on the pads. The umpire lifts his finger on the appeal but Kishan opts for a review. Replays show it was missing off.

Strategic Timeout taken

Ashwin is back into the attack. Kishan drives one to long-on for a single. Qdk collects a single with a hit to sweeper-cover. Ashwin has been exceptional so far – three off his third. MI-41/0 after 7 overs

End of Powerplay!

Mumbai Indians end the Powerplay well with 11 runs off the last over. Kishan started off well, playing a couple of audacious shots. One four was off the middle over mid-wicket and one off the outside edge to third man. MI- 38/0 after 6 overs


Stoinis has come into the attack. Both batters happy to take singles this over. A single to end the over – four ones from the over. MI-27/0 after 5 overs; need more 84 from 90 balls


A good over for MI. They found some momentum with a three fours. De Kock hit a glorious shot down the ground for a four and then Kishan hit a couple of pulls for fours. In between, there was one swing and miss. Nortje missed his lengths in that over. 13 runs off it. MI- 23/0 after 4 overs


Ashwin continues. De Kock nudges it right of square leg for a single. Kishan now hits one to long-on for a single. The openers adopting a cautious approach. Just three from it. MI-10/0 after 3 overs; need more 101 from 17 overs


Kagiso Rabada comes into the attack. De Kock on strike. Two dot balls later, he takes off for a brace. The South African then picks three with a half-hearted pull shot. Five from the over DC-7/0 after 2 overs; need more 104 from 18 overs


Ashwin began the attack for Delhi Capitals and conceded only two runs off the over. DC need more of this form its bowlers so as to defend 110 runs. MI-2/0 after 1 over

We are underway with MI’s chase!

Ishan Kishan and De Kock walks out to open for MI’s chase. Ravi Ashwin begins proceedings for DC.

End of DC’s innings

Rabada run out!! A wicket off the final ball of the innings. Fuller length that’s cutting back in, Rabada misses the slog once again. They are eager to snatch a bye. De Kock quickly lobs the ball to the bowler and Bumrah does the rest. Under-arms a throw and hits the wood. DC- 110/9 after 20 overs


Boult in the 19th and strikes! What a great running catch by Krunal. Ashwin departs.  Kagiso Rabada, left handed bat, comes to the crease. He gets off the mark with a straight six! 11 off the over. DC-107/8 after 19 overs

DC go 8 down

Boult gets his third. Ashwin looks to loft it down the ground, doesn’t connect it off the middle, it flies off the toe end of the bat in the air, Krunal runs to his left from long on, Pollard too was charging towards the ball but then Krunal pouches it safely and goes tumbling. Good call and communication between the two fielders.


Mumbai Indians won’t mind these singles. Krunal cleverly altered his lines and lengths with the batsmen using their feet and gave away just 4 runs. Don’t know what DC are trying to do with just two overs to go. DC- 96/7 after 18 overs


Both the batsmen looked to employ sweep against Chahar in that over. Praveen Dubey got down and swept one fine for a couple, but mistimed one off the third ball. Chahar mixed them up well with leg spinners and googlies in that over. 5 runs off it. DC-92/7 after 17 overs


Coulter-Nile has used his pace variations well to adjust to the track. Ashwin hit a six and a two in that over but it was another over where DC lost a wicket and it was the crucial wicket of Hetmyer. 9 runs and a wicket off it. DC-87/7 after 16 overs

Hetmyer gone; Strategic Timeout taken

DC’s middle order decimated. It’s short from Coulter-Nile, Hetmyer goes for a pull but doesn’t get it off the middle and helps it straight into the hands of Krunal at deep mid-wicket.


Chahar missed his line off the second ball in the over and Hetmyer tucked it past short fine leg for a four. But apart from that blip, Chahar was disciplined with his lines and lengths. He gave away just one more single in the over and ended up giving just five runs. DC- 78/6 after 15 overs


Bumrah strays in line and Harshal Patel whips it past mid-wicket for four. But Bumrah has the last laugh – he gets him out lbw off the last ball. Bumrah in the middle of a dream spell! He is ripping through Delhi’s middle-order. Four runs and a wicket. DC-73/6 after 14 overs

Bumrah on fire!

Harshal Patel walks back to the pavilion. Good length delivery outside off, angling in and goes straight on. Harshal Patel stays in his crease and looks to flick, he misses and gets his high on the pads. The umpire lifts his finger on the appeal. With no reviews left, he had no option bit to walk back to the hut.


Rahul Chahar continues. Just six runs from that over and nearly a run-out. Hetmyer sprinting back for a second off the final ball; a direct hit would have been curtains for the Caribbean. A couple of braces and as many singles from that over. DC-69/5 after 13 overs

Big over for MI

Bumrah removes Stoinis and Pant in the same over. Shimron Hetmyer is in next along with Harshal Patel who comes in to the crease after Pant’s dismissal. Six runs and two wickets from that over. DC-63/5 after 12 overs

Bumrah strikes for the second time in the over

It’s a good length delivery outside off, angling in, it jags back in further. Pant stays in his crease and looks to tuck it to the leg side but misses. He is trapped right in front. The umpire raises his finger on the appeal. Pant opts for a review only to see three reds on the big screen. It was hitting middle and leg. FOW-62/5.


Stoinis’ struggles continue. He goes for 2. It’s that man Bumrah who gets his first wicket. Hits that hard length again. It tails away after landing. Stoinis, with his feet rooted to the ground, feels for it and gets an outside edge to the keeper who at first fumbles but then grabs it safely.



Shreyas Iyers stumped by Quinton de Kock. A flighted delivery and Iyer wanted to play it across the line. Misses it and de Kock is quick enough to do the rest. Replay shows Iyer’s back leg was in the air. Third umpire signals out, Iyers walks back.

We reach the halfway mark!

DC-49/2 after 10 overs

Strategic Timeout taken


DC-44/2 after 9 overs


Jasprit Bumrah – the 2nd highest wicket-taker of the tournament – begins his spell. He has come to bowl the 9th over. Dekhi Capitals are already struggling and now they face the Bumrah Challenge. DC-40/2 after 8 overs


Krunal Pandya is back into the attack. Good start to the over – just three off the first three. Pant and Iyer need to target a bowler or two. Just five off the first five balls. And a single to end the over – just six from it in the end. DC-28/2 after 7 overs

End of Powerplay!

DC-22/2 after 6 overs


Boult continues. Caught behind appeal off the first ball. Iyer the batter in question. Pollard reviews. No edge detected on the replays. Iyer survives. Boult has been superb with the new ball, especially in the Powerplays. Has repeatedly got breakthroughs as has been the case today. Shaw was Boult’s 12th wicket in the PP! Excellent over again. One run from it. DC-19/2 after 5 overs


Good start from Yadav. He bowled tight lines and on good lengths. Pant and Iyer were cautious and dealt in just singles. Just three runs off the over. DC-18/2 after 4 overs


Another successful over from Boult. Prithvi pulled one for a four behind square leg but then went for a swing across the line and got an outside edge over slips for a streaky four. He went for one shot too many again but Boult cleverly adjusted his length, bowled it short and Prithvi got a top edge on his pull charging down the track, de Kock made no mistake. 8 runs and a wicket. DC-15/2 after 3 overs

Boult strikes again!

Boult has cleaned up both the openers within power play. Short one from boult, Shaw went for the pull and got a top edge. Went straight up in the air and taken by Quinton de Kock.


A decent start from Krunal. Prithvi looked a bit shaky. He went for a slog sweep but got a top edge which fell well short of the deep square leg fielder. Shreyas then lofted one over mid off for a four. Krunal bowled a wide down the leg side but apart from that he was tight in that over. 6 runs off it. DC-7/1 after 2 overs

Big wicket for MI

Dhawan walks back on 0. Slightly wide and Dhawan tries to open the face of his bat. Unfortunate for the batsman as his shot falls right in front of Suryakumar Yadav, who takes a good low catch. FOW-1/1

Shikhar Dhawan, Prithvi Shaw out to bat

Shikhar Dhawan and Prithvi Shaw are out to bat for Delhi Capitals. Trent Boult begins the attack for Mumbai Indians

The Stage is set!

DC Playing XI

Delhi Capitals (Playing XI): Prithvi Shaw, Shikhar Dhawan, Shreyas Iyer(c), Rishabh Pant(w), Shimron Hetmyer, Marcus Stoinis, Harshal Patel, Kagiso Rabada, Ravichandran Ashwin, Praveen Dubey, Anrich Nortje



MI Playing XI

Mumbai Indians (Playing XI): Quinton de Kock(w), Ishan Kishan, Suryakumar Yadav, Saurabh Tiwary, Krunal Pandya, Kieron Pollard(c), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Rahul Chahar, Jayant Yadav, Trent Boult, Jasprit Bumrah



Toss Results

MI wins toss and opts to field first

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Milestone match for Mumbai Indians!

MI are all set to play their second and final afternoon fixture of Dream11 IPL as they face Delhi Capitals at the Dubai International Stadium on Saturday. This match will also mark MI’s 200th IPL match becoming the first-ever team to achieve the feat

The DC team has already reached- 3 playoffs spot up for grabs, can they seal one today?



Beginning another double header week, where Shreyas Iyer-led Delhi Capitals will square off against defending champions Mumbai Indians in the first match of the day at Dubai International Cricket Stadium. Already qualified for the playoff, Mumbai Indians would look to consolidate their position at the top of the points table.