IPL 2022: Watch - Tim David's six has hit the cable and gets unnoticed by all during the DC vs MI match


Delhi Capitals have been scheduled to play their final match in the league stage against Mumbai Indians on 21st May, Saturday. It was an important game for Delhi Capitals, as they had to beat Mumbai Indians to make their place in the playoffs.

Coming to the game, Mumbai Indians won the toss and opted to bowl. Batting first, Delhi Capitals haven't been much impressed with the bat, scoring 159 runs at the end of their inning.

Rovman Powell scored important runs in the middle and added 43 runs for his team. Chasing the target, the skipper of Mumbai Indians Rohit Sharma has struggled a lot and has to walk back with a poor score.

However, the middle-order batters of Mumbai Indians have done well and helped the side to get past the total with five wickets in hand. Tim David once again set the platform for his team as he smashed a quickfire 34 off 11 balls which included 4 sixes and two fours.

We could have done better planning: Rishabh Pant

IPL 2022 - Jasprit Bumrah - Rovman Powell

After losing an important match against Mumbai Indians, the skipper of Delhi Capitals, Rishabh Pant was not seemed to be happy at all. During the post-match presentation, the left-handed batter shared a few words about the game and also claimed their mistakes in the death overs.

"For most of the game, we were on top. On occasions, we let the game slip away from our grasp when we were on top. That's what we were doing throughout the season. Not good enough to win this match I guess," Rishabh Pant was quoted as saying by Cricbuzz.

"It's not about pressure. We could have done better execution and planning. Learn from mistakes and come back stronger next year. We were 5-7 runs short but we bowled really well.

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We bowled well throughout the tournament, but dew came in towards the end and we didn't bowl to our plans. It's hard but we got to take it on our chin and learn from it," he added.

"I thought there was something (about not reviewing the Tim David caught behind). Everyone standing in the circle wasn't convinced and at the end, I didn't go up. We were discussing (with Ponting) that we will tell bowlers to keep it simple. Just keep doing what is working for us and keep believing," he further added.

However, during the game, Tim David was looking ridiculous against DC pacers as he smashed them all around the park. In the 18th over of the game, Tim David smashed a six over the Rovman Powell which has hit the cables and gone unnoticed all, including the third umpire as well.

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