IPL: Hyderabad beat Mumbai by 19 runs
Dhawal Kulkarni (center) of the Mumbai Indians celebrates with team mates after the dismissal of Deccan Chargers' opener Herschelle Gibbs during the Indian Premier League (IPL) Twenty20 match in Centurion on Wednesday night.
A superb all-round effort from man-of-the-match Rohit Sharma -- 38 and 4 for 6 in two overs, including a hat trick -- enabled Deccan Chargers beat Mumbai Indians by 19 runs.
Image: Dhawal Kulkarni (center) of the Mumbai Indians celebrates with team mates after the dismissal of Herschelle Gibbs
Hyderabad score second win over Mumbai
Bowler Dwayne Bravo celebrates after dismissing Tirumalsetti Suman, who was caught by wicketkeeper Pinal Shah, for 20 off 13 deliveries, including a four and 2 sixes.
Image: Dwayne Bravo celebrates the dismissal of Tirumalsetti Suman
R P strikes early on
Paceman Rudra Pratap Singh celebrates after the dismissal of opener and Mumbai Indians captain Sachin Tendulkar for just 2 runs.
"I thought the bowlers did a fantastic job. It was the batting in the middle stages that didn't go according to our plan. Pinal batted really well, he kept the scoreboard ticking quite nicely. But it's just that in between overs we lost wickets and didn't score many runs," Tendulkar said after the match.
Earlier Deccan Chargers scored 145 runs for the loss of 6 wickets.
Image: Rudra Pratap Singh celebrates after the dismissal of opener and Mumbai Indians captain Sachin Tendulkar
Gilly senses victory
Deccan Chargers captain Adam Gilchrist celebrates with Tirumalsetti Suman after the dismissal of Bravo.
Bravo scored 13 runs before being caught by Chris Harris off Suman's bowling.
Image: Deccan Chargers captain Adam Gilchrist celebrates with Tirumalsetti Suman after the dismissal of Bravo
Duminy shines for Mumbai
J P Duminy (in the picture) was the lone Mumbai batsman to play an innings of any worth, his 48-ball 52 containing seven boundaries. But he was desperately let down by his teammates.
This was the Hyderabad team's second successive win over Mumbai in the competition, having got the better of them in their opening match-up at Durban.
Image: J P Duminy completes a quick single
Rohit does the 'trick' for Hyderabad
Rohit Sharma celebrates with Gilchrist after the dismissal of the top scorer for Mumbai Indians J P Duminy.
Duminy's wicket made sure Sharma got his hat-trick. He dismissed Abhishek Nayar and Harbhajan Singh in his previous over.
Image: Rohit Sharma celebrates with Gilchrist after the dismissal of J P Duminy