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Mumbai Indians scored 137 runs losing 9 wickets. Captain Rohit scored the highest 44 runs off 30 balls. He hit 3 fours and 3 sixes.
Mumbai Indians suffered a crushing defeat in the Indian Premier League (IPL) match played in Chennai on Tuesday. Delhi Capitals defeated him by 6 wickets. Apart from the defeat, captain Rohit Sharma suffered another setback. Rohit has been fined a hefty Rs 12 lakh. This penalty was imposed for the slow over rate. The Mumbai team could not bowl the entire over within the stipulated time frame. For the first time in this season of IPL, Mumbai was found guilty of Code of Conduct.
To complete 20 overs in 90 minutes
According to the rule, now each team has to complete their 20 overs in 90 minutes. Earlier the rule was that the 20th over should be started in 90 minutes but now within the hour and a half, 20 overs are to be finished in every situation. Teams get two time outs of two-and-a-half minutes in 90 minutes. Meaning teams have to throw a total of 20 overs in 85 minutes. Accordingly, every team has to throw 14.11 overs in an hour.
Rohit missed from Fifty, Delhi’s thrilling win
Delhi’s first win since 2010 at Chennai ground
So far, Delhi Capitals have played 9 matches at Chepak Stadium in Chennai, winning 3. In 2010, Delhi beat Chennai by 6 wickets. After this, played 7 matches on Chennai ground, winning for the first time. 6 times Chennai team has defeated Delhi.
Mumbai got the second defeat in four matches.
If Rohit makes this mistake for the second time this season, he could be fined 24 lakhs. Apart from this, the players of his team will be fined 25% of the match fees, which will be less than 6 lakhs. At the same time, there is a provision for a match ban on the captain and a penalty of 30 lakhs for the slow over rate on the third. In the IPL 2021, Mumbai Indians got their second defeat in four matches and the team is at number four with four points.