Delhi Capitals (DC) got the better of defending champions Mumbai Indians (MI) by six wickets.

Delhi Capitals (DC) got the better of defending champions Mumbai Indians (MI) by six wickets in the 13th match of IPL 2021 at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. Batting first, MI posted a disappointing 137 for 9. DC chased down the total with five balls to spare. Here are the player rating for game 13 between DC and MI.

Delhi Capitals

Amit Mishra (9.5/10)

Was the standout performer for Delhi with figures of 4 for 24. Spun a web around the MI batsmen, dismissing Rohit Sharma, Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya and Kieron Pollard.

Lalit Yadav (9/10)

Got the wicket of Krunal Pandya. Kept this extremely tight, giving away only 17 runs in his four overs. Chipped in with a crucial 22 not out in the chase.

Shikhar Dhawan (8/10)

Looked in good form again and made a mature 45. However, he was dismissed just when DC wanted him to stay and take the team across the line.

Avesh Khan (7.5/10)

Was impressive again. Sent back the dangerous Suryakumar Yadav and added the scalp of Rahul Chahar at the end.

Steven Smith (6/10)

Played a good hand of 33 from 29. Was looking good for more when he was trapped lbw by Kieron Pollard.

Marcus Stoinis (6/10)

Claimed the early wicket of Quinton de Kock. Bowled his three overs for 20.

Kagiso Rabada (6/10)

Bowled three overs for 25. Picked up the scalp of Jayant Yadav with a smart delivery.

Shimron Hetmyer (5/10)

Was unbeaten on 14 at the end, took the team across the finish line.

Ravichandran Ashwin (5/10)

Did not claim a wicket. Conceded 31 in his four overs.

Prithvi Shaw (3/10)

Fell early, making only 7. Was caught and bowled by Jayant Yadav.

Rishabh Pant (3/10)

Failed with the bat again. Made 7 before perishing to the guile of Jasprit Bumrah.

Mumbai Indians

Jayant Yadav (8/10)

Made a handy 23 from 22 to give MI something to bowl at. Got the early wicket of Prithvi Shaw. Conceded only 25 in his four overs.

Rohit Sharma (7.5/10)

Was the best of MI batters. Made a fluent 44 from 30 with the aid of three fours and as many sixes. Perished just when MI needed him to carry on, smartly outfoxed by the canny Amit Mishra.

Trent Boult (7/10)

Was economical, going for only 23 in his four, but did not pick up a wicket.

Ishan Kishan (6/10)

Hung around for the team after a middle-order collapse. Tried to hold things together in his 28-ball 26 before being bowled by a yorker-length delivery from Amit Mishra.

Rahul Chahar (6/10)

Sent back the well-set Shikhar Dhawan during DC’s chase to give MI some hope. Bowled his four overs for 29.

Jasprit Bumrah (6/10)

Got the wicket of wicket of Rishabh Pant, but bowled two no balls in the penultimate over. Ended with 1 for 32.

Suryakumar Yadav (5.5/10)

Looked in good form once again but could not play the big innings. Was dismissed for 24 from 15, trying to play a cheeky shot.

Kieron Pollard (5/10)

Was foxed by a slower one from Amit Mishra and trapped lbw for 2. With the ball, claimed the wicket of Steve Smith to give MI an outside chance.

Krunal Pandya (4/10)

Chopped one on to the stumps to be dismissed for 1. Took two good catches in the field. Bowled his two overs for 17.

Quinton de Kock (2/10)

Continued his poor form with the bat, outside edging Marcus Stoinis to be caught for 2.

Hardik Pandya (0/10)

Perished first ball, trying to take on Amit Mishra, hitting the ball straight to the fielder on the boundary.

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