Akshar Patel has been named the Man of the Match for his match-winning effort with the bat. That is all from us tonight! Do join us tomorrow for another exciting double-header. Till then, it's goodbye from us.
Delhi had their moments in the game but it was the last few overs that would hurt them both, while batting as well as bowling. A nail-biter of a game nonetheless.
So near, yet so far for Delhi as they go down once again. They fought tooth and nail in this match but could not get over the line. As for Mohali, their march to the final continues as they become the first team to qualify for the playoffs. This day, it wasn't the Max-Miller combo but a youngster named Akshar Patel who came up the order and carried his bat to see his team through.
Wayne Parnell to Rishi Dhawan
FOUR! Through to the playoffs in style! Dug in short on middle, Dhawan stays back and pulls it with power through the vacant mid-wicket fence for a smashing boundary. Mohali win by 4 wickets.
A low full toss on middle, Dhawan bunts it down to long on and once again, hares back for the second. 4 needed off 3.
Dug in short on middle, Dhawan gets a leading edge off his pull shot, the ball lands just short of fine leg and they come back for the second as the keeper takes the bails off. The umpire refers it upstairs but replays show that Dhawan was clearly in.
Wayne Parnell to Axar Patel
A full toss outside off, Patel slaps it through cover for a single only.
Wayne Parnell to bowl the final over. He needs to defend 9 runs.
Imran Tahir to Rishi Dhawan
A googly around middle, Dhawan jumps down the track to whip it on the on side but gets hit on the pads. 9 to get off the final over.
Jumps down the track but is forced to defend.
Imran Tahir to Axar Patel
Flighted on off, Patel gets a leading edge that lands just short of extra cover, they go for a single but the shy at the bowler's end is off target and Patel makes his ground.
Rishi Dhawan out to bat.
Imran Tahir to George Bailey
OUT! Twist in the tale? A flighted googly around middle, Bailey plays the slog sweep but drags it down a bit and finds Kedar Jadhav at deep mid-wicket who takes a fine catch. 10 needed off 9.
A googly around off, Bailey pushes it to cover off the front foot.
Flatter and fuller on off, driven hard down the ground for a single.
Jaydev Unadkat to Axar Patel
Pushed through mid on for a single to end the over. 11 needed off 12.
SIX! Whacked away! Is that the killer blow? A wide full toss outside off, Patel gets hold of it and sends it over the cover fence for a biggie.
In the block-hole, Patel squeezes it of the inside edge and the ball ricochets off his boot into the hands of Unadkat who takes the catch and goes up for the catch. The umpires however, take it upstairs but replays show that it came off the turf and then off the boot.
Jaydev Unadkat to George Bailey
Slower ball around off, gently run down to third man for a single.
Slow and short on middle, slapped down the ground for a single.