Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Super League highlights: Chahal stars in Haryana's win over Delhi

Catch the all the highlights of the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Super League matches on Sunday where Rishabh Pant's Delhi lost to Yuzvendra Chahal's Haryana.

Rahul Tripathi will lead Maharashtra against Baroda.   -  SHIV KUMAR PUSHPAKAR

Hello and welcome to Sportstar's highlights of the 2019 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.

Delhi vs Haryana - End of 2nd innings

Haryana beats Delhi by 30 runs! Delhi loses the wicket of Varun Sood in the final over and falls short of the target. Delhi never looked like chasing the target after its top order failed while Yuzvendra Chahal dismissed batsmen when they were starting to look dangerous and finishes with 3-27 in his 3 overs.

Delhi needs six sixes off the last over to win this match.

Subodh Bhati and Nitish Rana add quick runs on the board, but Harshal Patel manages to get Rana's wicket off a catch by Amit Mishra. Delhi needs 42 runs to win off 9 balls.

Chahal gets his third wicket! Lalit Yadav is dismissed in Yuzvendra Chahal's bowling after being caught by Rohit Sharma. Delhi needs 49 runs to win off 17 balls.

Nitish Rana (29 not out) is Delhi's only hope right now. Delhi 114/5; needs 68 runs off 24 balls.

Delhi five down! Himmat Singh falls in the process of upping the scoring rate. Delhi loses half of its side and needs 89 runs to win off 36 balls. Delhi 87/5.

Sumit Kumar gets Pant! Rishabh Pant's patient innings of 28 off 32 balls (1x4, 1x6) comes to an end after he is bowled by Sumit Kumar. Delhi now has a steep mountain to climbe. Delhi 67/4; needs 116 runs to win off 42 balls.

Chahal gets his second! Sumit Kumar takes a good catch to dismiss Kunwar Bidhuri as Chahal gets his second wicket of the match. Delhi 51/3; needs 129 runs to win off 68 balls.

Chahal strikes! Yuzvendra Chahal gets the wicket of Dhruv Shorey in his first over. Kunwar Bidhuri the new man at the crease. Delhi 44/2; needs 137 runs to win in 74 balls.

Dhruv Shorey (23 off 19 balls) takes the attacking initiative while Pant (16 off 16 balls) is happy to play the supporting role. Delhi 41/1 in 6 overs; needs 141 runs to win.

Gone! Harshal Patel strikes with the second ball of the innings. He sends back opener Hiten Dalal back for 1 run. Dhruv Shorey joins Rishabh Pant at the crease. Delhi 13/1 in 2.3 overs; needs 169 to win.

Delhi vs Haryana - End of 1st innings

Delhi vs Haryana: Sumir Kumar and Rohit Sharma fall in consecutive overs, but few powerful hits by Amit Mishra and Rahul Tewatia ensure Haryana puts up a commendable total of 181/6 in 20 overs.

Delhi vs Haryana: Despite losing two set batsmen, Haryana has managed to keep getting those quick runs. Sumit Kumar (14 not out) and Rohit Sharma (14 not out) take the score of 148/4 after 17 overs.

Delhi vs Haryana: Gone! Delhi gets the important wicket of Himanshu Rana who departs in Nitish Rana's bowling after a brilliant 59 off 40 balls (6x4, 2x6). His contribution had definitely saved Haryana from a major collapse. Haryana 120/4 after 14 overs.

Delhi vs Haryana: Shivam Chauhan (47 off 31 balls) falls short of a fifty as Varun Singh takes a catch off Varun Sood's bowling. Haryana 114/3 after 12.4 overs.

Delhi vs Haryana: Fifty for Rana! Himanshu Rana reaches his fifty in 34 balls (6x4, 2x6) as Haryana crosses the 100-run mark. Haryana 113/2 after 12 overs.

Delhi vs Haryana: Haryana in a strong position and will be eyeing a total above 180. Shivam Chauhan 42 (26b, 5x4, 2x6) and Himanshu Rana 39 (29b, 4x4, 1x6) looking strong. Haryana 88/0 after 10 overs.

Delhi vs Haryana: Haryana's innings has gathered steam as Delhi's bowlers fail to take advantage of the bright start. Haryana 70/2 after 8 overs.

Delhi vs Haryana: Shivam Chauhan (28 off 15 balls) and Himanshu Rana (18 off 14 balls) stabilize Haryana's innings, scoring at a healthy rate of 9.16 runs per over. Haryana 56/2 in 6 overs.

Delhi vs Haryana: Simarjeet Singh gets Harshal Patel! Both the Haryana openers are back in the hut as Shivam Chauhan and Himanshu Rana set out to repair the early damage. Haryana 26/2 in 3 overs.

Delhi vs Haryana: Gone! Lalit Yadav runs out Haryana opener Chaitanya Bishnoi off the second ball of the match. Haryana 5/1 after 1 over.

The line-ups for Delhi vs Haryana are out.

Delhi:  Himmat Singh, Lalit Yadav, Simarjeet Singh, Hiten Dalal, Subodh Bhati, Navdeep Saini, Dhruv Shorey (C), Varun Sood, Nitish Rana, Kunwar Bidhuri, Rishabh Pant (WK)

Haryana: Sumit Kumar, Harshal Patel, Chaitanya Bishnoi, Shivan Chauhan, Himanshu Rana, Rohit Sharma, Rahul Tewatia, Amit Mishra, Jayant Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Ashish Hooda

There is one more match to go in the Sunday's line up. We will return shortly to provide you with the updates of the match between Haryana and Delhi at the Lalbhai Contractor Stadium in Surat, beginning at 6.30 pm IST.

Mumbai beats Jharkhand by five wickets. Siddesh Lad (18 not out) and Sujit Nayak (17 not out) finish the job with five balls to spare.

Mumbai vs Jharkhand: Siddesh Lad and Sujit Nayak up the scoring rate and bring Mumbai closer to the target. Mumbai needs 9 runs to win in 13 balls.

Mumbai vs Jharkhand: Varun Aaron Strikes! Mumbai captain Suryakumar Yadav back in the dugout after he is caught by Utkarsh Singh in Varun Aaron's bowling. Mumbai 148/5; needs 23 runs off 22 balls.

Mumbai vs Jharkhand: Four Down! Jharkhand right back in the game! Shivam Dube does well with his 23 off 11 balls but falls in Utkarsh Singh's bowling, caught by Vivek Tiwari. Mumbai needs 35 runs to win off 26 balls.

Mumbai vs Jharkhand: Mumbai loses third wicket! Shreyas Iyer goes for 15 runs in 12 balls. Vivek Tiwari takes the catch in Sonu Kumar Singh's bowling. However, Mumbai still in a strong position at 125/3 in 14.3 overs; needs 46 to win off 39 balls.

Mumbai vs Jharkhand: Shaw gone! Sonu Kumar Singh runs through the opener's defence bringing an end to a brilliant innings of 64 off 39 balls (4x4, 5x6). Mumbai 97/2; needs 74 off 53 balls.

Mumbai vs Jharkhand: Aditya Tare out! The keeper-batsman departs for 21 off 25 balls after being bowled by Anukul Roy. Mumbai needs 78 runs to win in 50 balls with nine wickets in hand.

That's it! Maharasthra beats Baroda by 67 runs. Rishi Arothe is the final wicket to fall as he is bowled by Samad Fallah for 3 runs.

Mumbai vs Jharkhand: Fifty for Prithvi Shaw! The right-hander hits five sixes and four fours as Mumbai cruises to 80/0 in 9 overs.

Baroda vs Maharasthra: Vishnu Solanki is sent back by Azim Kazi while Dhruv Patel is bowled by Naushad Sheikh. Baroda nine down with 68 runs to win in 14 balls.

Mumbai vs Jharkhand: Aditya Tare steps on the gas as he hits one four and a six to bring Mumbai's fifty in 6 overs. Mumbai needs 115 runs in 84 balls with 10 wickets in hand.

Baroda vs Maharasthra: Azim Kazi strikes! Naushad Sheikh takes a catch off Azim Kazi's bowling to dismiss Ninad Rathva. Baroda  80/7; needs 87 runs in 38 balls.

Mumbai vs Jharkhand: Blazing start from Shaw. The opener smashes three sixes and two fours as Mumbai races to 37/0 in 4 overs.

Baroda vs Maharashtra: Baroda six down! Swapnil Singh and Ninad Rathva try to rebuild Baroda's chase, but Shamshuzama Kazi sends back Swapnil off a Kedhar Jadhav catch. Baroda needs 102 runs to win in 42 balls with four wickets in hand.

Mumbai vs Jharkhand: Jharkhand rides on Om Prakash Singh's 58 off 30 balls to post 170/4 in 20 overs. Prithvi Shaw and Aditya Tare begin Mumbai's chase.

Baroda vs Maharashtra: Yusuf Pathan's stay at the crease does not last long as he departs in Sunil Bachhav's bowling for 6 runs. Maharashtra captain Rahul Tripathi takes the catch. Baroda needs 113 runs to win in 50 balls with five wickets in hand.

Baroda vs Maharashtra: The batting side is in a spot of real bother now. Krunal Pandya has been dismissed cheaply by Shamshuzama Kazi as Baroda is reeling at 40/3 after 7 overs, still needing 126 runs off 13 overs.

Baroda vs Maharashtra: Deepak Hooda is out for 10 as Satyajeet Bachhav picks up his first wicket. Krunal Pandya is the new man in. Baroda is 22/2 after 4 overs, requiring 144 runs from 16 overs.

Baroda vs Maharashtra: FOUR! Kedar Devdhar starts the chase with a boundary and two deliveries later, Waghmode is gone first ball! Samad Fallah strikes early as DR Deshmukh completes the catch. Deepak Hooda is the new man in. Baroda is 13/1 after 2 overs.

Right then, we are ready with the chase. Openers Kedar Devdhar and Aditya Waghmode are out in the centre.

Baroda vs Maharashtra: END OF FIRST INNINGS! Baroda has been a set a target of 166 in 20 overs by Maharashtra. All four batsmen of the Maharashtra top-order chipped in with runs today. Ruturaj and Zol scored 47 and 20, respectively before Kedar Jadhav (47 not-out) and Azim Kazi (48 not-out) stitched a 87-run partnership to power Maharashtra to 165/2 in 20 overs. One wicket apiece for Athore and Swapnil Singh in the first innings.

Baroda vs Maharashtra: Kedar Jadhav and Azim Kazi have set the stage for a strong finish. The two have put on 55 runs so far for the third wicket as Maharashtra is after 132/2 after 17 overs.

Baroda vs Maharashtra: 100 up for Maharashtra. Kedar Jadhav (24*) and Azim Kazi (9*) are rebuilding after the team suffered quick blows. Maharashtra is after 101/2 after 13 overs.

Baroda vs Maharashtra: Ruturaj Gaikwad misses his half-century by a whisker. He was on 47 when he was trapped in front of his own stumps by Swapnil Singh. Azim Kazi is in next. Maharashtra is after 78/2 after 10 overs.

Baroda vs Maharashtra: Vijay Zol falls for 18-ball 20 to Rishi Arothe. Kedar Jadhav is the new man in at no. 3 and joins Gaikwad (36*) in the middle. Maharashtra is after 58/1 after 7 overs. 

Baroda vs Maharashtra: Openers Ruturaj Gaikwad and Vijay Zol have given Maharashtra an extremely strong start. Gaikwad is currently not-out on 29 off 16, while Zol is batting on 9 off 14. Maharashtra is 39/0 after 5 overs.

Toss- Maharashtra wins the toss, elects to bat

[Next up- Baroda vs Maharashtra]

Match 1- Karnataka beats Punjab by seven wickets


Karnataka wins by seven wickets! K.L. Rahul's unbeaten knock of 84 coupled with Pandey's blistering 33 helps their team storm to a comprehensive victory over Punjab. After Ronit More wreaked havoc in the Punjab line-up, it was Karnataka's batting order to complete the job. Boy, they did it in style! Karun Nair's 23 provided the finishing touch.


Karnataka vs Punjab: Manish Pandey is sent packing on 33 by Abhishek Sharma. Karun Nair is in to bat at no.5. Rahul is into the 80s as Karnataka is 149/3 after 16.3 overs, needing just 15 runs off 21 balls.

Karnataka vs Punjab: Rahul moves into the 70s as Karntaka inches closer to victory. Karnataka is 132/2 after 13 overs, needing just 32 runs off 36 balls.

Karnataka vs Punjab: Manish Pandey has joined the party. With three hits outside the park, he has moved to 26 from 21 balls. Karnataka is 121/2 after 13 overs, needing just 43 runs off 42 balls.

Karnataka vs Punjab: 100 up for Karnataka. K.L. Rahul is currently unbeaten on 63 off just 32 balls. Giving him company in the middle is skipper Manish Pandey, who walked out after Mayank Markande defeated Rohan Kadam on 23.  Karnataka is 104/2 after 11 overs, needing just 60 runs off 54 balls.

Karnataka vs Punjab: Fifty for K.L. Rahul in no time! Despite losing his opening partner in the third over, Rahul has continued his onslaught to bring up his half-century off just 22 balls. He has already hit four sixes and three fours. Karnataka cruising at 75/1 after 6.4 overs at run-rate of 11.25.

Karnataka vs Punjab: Early success for Harpreet Brar and Punjab as they get rid of Devdutt Padikkal for just two. However, K.L. Rahul continues to make merry as he has already smashed four sixes and two boundaries in his 14-ball 38 so far. On the other hand, Rohan Kadam is still getting his eye in. Karnataka is 41/1 after 3 overs.


Karnataka vs Punjab: Innings break!  Punjab sets Karnataka a target of 164. Punjab skipper Mandeep Singh was the best of the lot, as he returned to the pavilion after scoring 76 off 50 balls. Gurkeerat Singh's 44 proved to valuable to the team total's of 163/5 from 20 overs.  Ronit More was Karnataka's best bowler as he returned with figures of 4/27 in 4 overs, including scalps of set batsmen Mandeep and Gurkeerat Koushik Vasuki and Shreyas Gopal also picked up a wicket each. Anmol Malhotra was the last man to go for Punjab.

Karnataka vs Punjab: Gurkeerat Singh departs after a well-made 44 off 32 balls. Two fours and three sixes before getting out to Ronit More. Punjab is 146/4 after 18 overs.

Karnataka vs Punjab: Fifty for Mandeep Singh. The captain has led from the front with the bat and has received great support from Gurkeerat Singh, who is currently unbeaten at 36. Punjab is 114/3 after 16 overs.

Last five overs to go!

Karnataka vs Punjab: Mandeep Singh is nearing his half-century and Gurkeerat Singh has started to up the ante at the other end. Punjab is 102/3 after 15 overs.

Karnataka vs Punjab: Shreyas Gopal strikes on the last ball of his first over to send Anmolpreet Singh packing. The batsman is caught by Devdutt Padikkal. Gurkeerat Singh joins Mandeep in the middle. Punjab is 57/3 after 9 overs.

Karnataka vs Punjab: Mandeep Singh, 22 off 14 balls with four boundaries, and Anmolpreet Singh, on 9 off 14, are rebuilding the team's innings after early shivers. Punjab is 47/2 after 7 overs.

Karnataka vs Punjab: The second opener also departs.  Shubman Gill has to depart for 11 after being caught by Shreyas Gopal off Ronit More's bowling. Anmolpreet Singh is the new man in as Punjab is 21/2 after 4 overs.

Karnataka vs Punjab: Abhishek Sharma falls early. Koushik Vasuki picks strikes in his very first over by getting rid of Sharma for 5. Skipper Mandeep Singh joins  Shubman in the middle. Punjab 14/1 after 2.1 overs.

The Punjab openers have walked out to the centre. Shubman Gill, who along with Rishabh Pant was released from India's squad of the ongoing Test for Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, walks out with Abhishek Sharma.

Toss- Karnataka wins the toss and opts to bowl

Match 1: Karnataka vs Punjab at the C.B. Patel Ground in Surat.

Mushtaq Ali Sunday’s matches

Group A: Baroda v Maharashtra; Haryana v Delhi.

Group B: Karnataka v Punjab; Mumbai v Jharkhand.


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Ambati Rayudu has decided to take a break from the forthcoming Ranji Trophy and took to Twitter highlighting “rampant corruption and politics in selection of teams”. | Rayudu alleges corruption in Hyderabad Cricket Association, to miss Ranji Trophy


In New Zealand vs England 1st: B.J. Watling becomes the first keeper from New Zealand to smash a double ton. Mitchell Santner also slammed his maiden Test ton. The two put on 261 for the 7th wicket. At Tea on Day 4, NZ is 590/7 after 198 overs.