Kieron Pollard hit a sensational 27-ball 66, which included 8 sixes, as Mumbai chased down 179 with 3 balls to spare. (BCCI image)
In the first innings, Parthiv Patel got Hyderabad off to an excellent start in their innings, hitting 5 boundaries in the first 7 balls he faced. Parthiv smashed 5 boundaries in an entertaining 26 before he pulled a Lasith Malinga to deep square leg. (BCCI image)
Shikhar Dhawan top-scored for Hyderabad with 59 before being dismissed by Mitchell Johnson. His knock included some wristy strokes as he found the boundary with ease. (BCCI image)
Dhawan reached his half-century of 36 balls in the 11th over, when he smacked Malinga for successive boundaries. Hyderabad reached 100 in the next over and the signs looked ominous for the Mumbai Indians. (BCCI image)
Mitchell Johnson conceded 18 runs in the first over of the match, and went for 43 in his 4 overs. (BCCI image)
There was relief - rather than joy - on the faces of Mumbai Indians after the dismissal of Shikhar Dhawan. (BCCI image)
Hanuma Vihari played the anchor's hand in two excellent partnerships, scoring 41 in the process. He put on 73 runs along with Shikhar Dhawan and 55 runs with Cameron White. (BCCI image)
White smashed 43 in 23 balls in a knock that included 3 sixes and 3 fours that put the finishing touches to the Hyderabad innings. (BCCI image)
Chasing a daunting 179 for victory, Mumbai opener Dwayne Smith hit 4 boundaries before being clean bowled by Ishant Sharma. (BCCI image)
After Smith's dismissal Sachin Tendulkar and Dinesh Karthik attemped to consolidate. Mumbai's fifty came up in the seventh over and from then on Sachin and Karthik let loose. (BCCI image)
Just as Sachin and Karthik were looking to up the ante, Mumbai were struck a double blow. After hitting Karan Sharma for a four and a six in the 12th over, Sachin retired hurt on 38 with a hand injury. (BCCI image)
Dinesh Karthik top-edged a Karan Sharma delivery to Cameron White at extra cover and Ambati Rayudu was stumped in Sharma's very next over. (BCCI image)
Rohit Sharma was then partnered by the dangerous Kieron Pollard but were thwarted by Dale Steyn. A fearsome 16th over by the South African yielded just 4 runs with the batsmen struggling against his pace and ferocity. (BCCI image)
Kieron Pollard smashed 8 sixes in the last 16 balls he faced to bring up his half-century and take Mumbai to a 7-wicket victory. (BCCI image)
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