Mumbai Indians have been included in the squad for the IPL play – offs. The play-off line was cleared for Bangalore after Delhi Capital lost the crucial match. The main reason for Delhi’s defeat was that Captain Pant did not make the right decisions at the right time. Brieves missed the catch .. Tim David failed to captain the team due to reasons such as not wanting a review for the catch and causing the match defeat. Mumbai Indians chased down the 160-run target set by Delhi by 5 wickets. In the end, Mumbai Indians won with 5 balls to spare as Tim David and Tilak Verma hit boundaries. With this victory, Bangalore reached the play-offs .. Delhi went out of the tournament. The match was played at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Batting first, Delhi Capitals scored 159 for 7 in 20 overs after Mumbai won the toss and elected to bowl. David Warner and Mitchell Marsh immediately lost wickets as Delhi lost two crucial wickets for 22 runs. Captain Pant and Rowman Powell consistently excelled and hit boundaries to give Delhi a 150-plus. Prithviraj Shah 24 (23), Pant 39 (33) and Rowman Powell 43 (34) kept the Delhi team afloat. David Warner 5 (6), Mitchell Marsh 0 (1), Sarfaraz Khan 10 (7), Shardul Thakur 4 (5). Akshar Patel was unbeaten on 19 off 10 balls, while Kuldeep Yadav was unbeaten on 1 (1). Mumbai bowlers Jaspreet Boomra 3, Ramandeep Singh took two wickets .. Daniel Shams, Markande took four wickets. Captain Rohit Sharma disappointed the Mumbai Indians, who were bowled out for 160 by Delhi. Rohit, who played 13 balls, was bowled out for just 2 by Nokia. Ishant Kishan added 51 for the second wicket with Dewald Brewies. Kuldeep Yadav then hit 48 off 35 balls with three fours and four sixes before being caught by Ishant Kishan at the boundary. After going to the Ishant Pavilion, Breivis broke through with sixes, and Shardul Thakur bowled 37 off 32 balls with one four and three sixes. The next ball was caught by Tim David keeper but Pant remained unbeaten due to not going to the review. With the arrival of Life, he hit 34 off 11 balls with four sixes and two fours and was instrumental in Mumbai’s victory. Tilak Verma scored 21 off 17 balls. Ramandeep Singh 13 (6), Daniel Shams 1 (1) not out. Among the Delhi bowlers, Nokia and Shardul Thakur took two wickets each while Kuldeep Yadav took one wicket.