Dhawan, who was struck a painful blow on his knee cap off the third ball, threw away his wicket in the next ball by trying to drive the left-arm bowler who then struck again with the last ball to have Saha caught behind for a duck. But Bravo's wicket opened the floodgates and despite Duminy's fghting 59 Mumbai fell three runs short of Punjab's total. Ishan Kishan was also caught out as wickets tumbled early. The mainstays of the team's batting line up in Manish Pandey (16), Shakib al Hasan (2) and Wriddhiman Saha (0) departed cheaply to some impeccable bowling by the MI bowlers.
WICKET! Shikhar Dhawan was clearly struggling, and Mitchell McClenaghan's heroics has dismissed the Indian cricketer for five runs.
Few will dispute that the Sunrisers went down fighting in both those reversals, more so in its last loss to Chennai Super Kings off the very last ball.
It was a repeat of what happened to the visitors during their innings as bowlers dominated the entire run chase. Yusuf has so far scored 3,000 runs at average of 30 at an impressive strike-rate of 146. Basil Thampi also got into the act and in just 11 deliveries, he picked up two wickets, including the crucial one of Suryakumar Yadav, who was Mumbai's highest scorer on the day. MI vs SRH Video Highlights IPL 2018: Siddarth Kaul, Rashid Khan Shine as Sunrisers Hyderabad Stun Mumbai Indians in a Low-Scoring Contest.
Only Suryakumar Yadav (34) and Krunal Pandya (24) got into double figures for the hosts in a rather calamitous batting display.
Williamson kick-started the innings with two sublime strokes through covers but watched helplessly as he lost three partners at the other end.
The venue of the match is at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.